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Railbird Central Podcast: Tony Mandarich Interview

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Railbird Central Podcast: Tony Mandarich Interview

Episode 424

After a brief round-up of news coming out of Packers training camp and our position-by-position preview of the offensive line, we talk to former Packers offensive lineman Tony Mandarich, the No. 2 overall draft choice in 1989 and acknowledged "bust." Mandarich speaks with candor about his time in Green Bay, his use of both steroids and pain-killers, as well as the current state of the NFL, lawsuits and health insurance and his new job as a photographer and cinematographer. Mandarich joins us at about the 26-minute mark in the show...

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BobBrews's picture

Tony was brilliant! (Whaa?) He was very well spoken and let us in on the inner workings of the NFL. I was very impressed with his honesty and demeanor. The show ran long but it is worth it. Brian Carriveau let him talk and did a good job of letting the show follow the guest rather than forcing question. Great show. Thank you both.

onekainen's picture

Very interesting. Mandarich seemed gracious and candid. Good "get" guys!

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