The team is back with another great radio show. Our summer book series rolls on with a special one this time and we talk with one of the nation’s top NFL columnists who spent time in Las Vegas last week assessing the current state of the Raiders move here.
Our summer book series is back with a two-part conversation with gifted writer and author Peter Richmond who joined us on CBS Sports Radio 1140-AM this morning.
Richmond’s book Badasses: The Legend of Snake, Foo, Dr. Death and John Madden’s Raiders chronicles the team’s golden era of the 1970s. Considered by many to be the best football book ever written, Badasses gives us the stories right from the mouths of Raiders legends Ken Stabler, Phil Villapiano, Mike Ciani, and more. Richmond walks us through those years and also talks about how his opinion of the Raiders moving to Las Vegas has done a 180-degree turn. It was great radio so don’t miss listening to the replay.
Also joining us was Los Angeles Daily News NFL columnist Vincent Bonsignore. Bonsignore wrote a brand new piece exploring the status of the team’s move to Las Vegas talking to directly to owner Mark Davis. The piece does a great job of highlighting the delicate balance Davis and crew are trying to maintain until they can move to Las Vegas after the 2019 season.
Our interview with LA Daily News NFL Columnist Vincent Bonsignore.
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