The Trib’s Dan Pompei ponders whether Tyler Eifert is a realistic target for the team, how they will address a multitude of issues with so few picks and whether they will trade up or down in the first round.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish tight end Tyler Eifert setting his record for most receptions by a tight end on this play with Wake Forest Demon Deacons linebacker Mike Olson during the second half of their game at Notre Dame Stadium, in South Bend, Indiana, on Saturday, November 17, 2012. (Nuccio DiNuzzo / Chicago Tribune)
Edzo joins the DK Show and talks about why it can be tough to play at home after a long road trip, Andrew Shaw sticking up for his teammates and Kap proposes a contest to decide whether he or Eddie … […]
Cubs radio voice Pat Hughes talks about how long it takes to build chemistry with a radio partner, his all-time favorite baseball broadcasters and shares fun stories about Harry Caray and Ron Santo as part of his Baseball Voices CD … […]
Former big leaguer and new Cubs first base coach Eric Hinske joins the DK Show and talks about how he is glad to be back on the field, the importance of team chemistry, his multitude of tattoos and more. … […]
Drew Sharp of the Detroit Free Press joins the show to talk about his recent ranking of the Ohio State Buckeyes and the flack coming from it, who should make the title game over an unbeaten Ohio State team, and … […]