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The Onside Kick Family Hour: Conspiracy theories from the NFL offseason!

This week Stephen White, Danny Kelly and RVB are discussing the conspiracy afoot at the Jets' OTAs, the Buccaneers finally passing sixth grade science and lots more idiocy from the NFL offseason.

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Good news friends and football fanatics! The Onside Kick Family Hour is back. Actually it didn't go anywhere, we just had a week off for some meetings. But we fired up the microphones again last week, and made a really great show that I think you're going to enjoy.

Let's face it, there isn't much to talk about during May or June in the NFL, but there's still a lot of space to fill and a big appetite to feed. So we get all kinds of dumb things from OTAs and other offseason work teams are doing right about this time of year, and we had a little fun with it on this episode.

Topics covered include:

  • The totally made-up conspiracy theory that had Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker sitting out OTAs to protest the Jets not re-signing Ryan Fitzpatrick ... yet.
  • The Buccaneers did a study, like paid for it and everything, to find out that outdoor temperatures are cooler in the morning versus the afternoon. WOAH!
  • Kirk Cousins looked great in 7-on-7 work and did a great job finding his checkdowns. Fun!
  • Arian Foster comeback hype train.
  • Cleveland's all excited for ... Josh McCown.

You can listen above, or you can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, if that's your sort of thing.