Simms & Lefkoe Podcast: Clowney Interview, Favre Calling Out McCarthy?

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The Simms & Lefkoe Podcast
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It's Episode 127 of The Simms & Lefkoe Podcast!

At the end of the latest show (1:11:06), Jadeveon Clowney of the Houston Texans joins the guys to talk about when he knew he was a physical freak; how much he's changed his game because of injuries; what Michael Bennett taught him during joint workouts; whether he hangs out with J.J. Watt off the field; why D.J. Reader doesn't believe in dinosaurs; and what the next step is for the Texans this season.

Earlier in the show, Chris and Adam discuss how long Le'Veon Bell's holdout will last (8:44); Lefkoe's new favorite Twitter account (14:07); which NFL quarterbacks are #FakeQBs (14:43); Brett Favre calling out Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy (17:29); three reasons the New England Patriots are better than everyone else (22:49); Luke Kuechly's brain-swelling collar (30:26); and the NFL's newest vegan (33:17). 

Warning: Contains NSFW language.


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