92%ers we are back with episode thirty-one of New Heights presented by our friends at Fireball and it has already been a crazy start to free agency.
In this episode, we look at some of the best unsanctioned New Heights Merch (03:55), probably spend too much time sorting NFL players into Hogwarts houses (07:00), and try to figure out who Jerry Jones has been using as a horcrux (13:50).
More importantly, Jason gives us the details on why he decided to run it back for another season (18:05), how he feels about some of the free agency moves the Eagles have made so far (24:28), and Travis welcomes a new teammate to the Chiefs (32:20).
We also touch on some of the other big free agency moves from around the league (32:50), explain why playing “Poop Dollar” is the correct amount of dumb for living in Vegas (36:30), and then finally what the entire NFL world has been waiting for, we react to all the Aaron Rodgers speculation (40:30).
This episode also includes Jason’s incredible conversation with Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni (58:50). The guys talk about what he learned in year two (01:02:25), how he rebounded from the infamous opening press conference (01:13:15), the secret to hiring the perfect coordinator (01:25:00), why the QB sneak shouldn’t be banned (01:41:50), and how he bribed Jason to come back to the Eagles (01:47:50).
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