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Weekly Appearances by Tom Crabtree & Jarius Wynn on Railbird Central

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Weekly Appearances by Tom Crabtree & Jarius Wynn on Railbird Central

We're excited to announce tight end Tom Crabtree and defensive lineman Jarius Wynn will make regular, weekly interviews on our morning talk show Railbird Central right here at Cheesehead TV.

New this season, Railbird Central will air on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. Episodes will be a half hour less, but the trade off is that they'll air one more day per week.

Our season debut will occur at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning and will include an interview with Crabtree.

So make sure to tune in LIVE at 8:30 when the CheeseheadTV.com homepage will be taken over with our Live Stream broadcast player and accompanying CoveritLive blog.

As usual, every episode will be podcasted for your listening pleasure.

Thanks and see you on Wednesday!

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Mark's picture

Dangit I have class I'll just catch the podcast

Pack Attack's picture

This is awesome.

Chad Toporski's picture

Great job, Brian! Looking forward to the new format with the players.

As always, I'll have to catch it on the podcast, but it makes for a nice commute to work.

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