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Railbird Central Podcast: 2017 Linebackers Preview

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Railbird Central Podcast: 2017 Linebackers Preview

Episode 824

We begin our position-by-position preview series leading into Green Bay Packers training camp with an interview featuring Ben Clubb, the linebackers coach at Balko High School in Oklahoma. Our interview was spurred by a recent Q&A Clubb did with Last Word on Sports. We talk about Nick Perry, Clay Matthews and more as we break down the linebackers on the Packers roster. After the interview, we also pay our respects to the late Packers tight end Mitchell Henry, who passed away last week.

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I like the lead-in audio clip that segues to the expert interview ("Moltar, find me another expert, one who likes me this time").

I tracked it down to 'Space Ghost', episode 24 or 27 (depending on where you look) - never heard of Space Ghost before, but I'm from England, not from the USA, so maybe it never aired here.

Like the Vince clip as well.

No-one comments on podcasts, but keep up the good work, I'm sure plenty of people listen in.

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