Weekends On The Fan
In this week’s installment of the 105.3 The Fan NFL Draft Show, the gang takes a look at the wide receiver options in the draft, as well as a look at the safeties that might be available for the Cowboys. The gang is also joined by CBS Sports draft guru Dane Brugler, as well as answering questions from listeners.
It’s the 2nd official 105.3 The Fan Draft Show, featuring Bryan Broaddus, Jeff Cavanaugh, Kevin Turner, Mike Dingess, and Nate Wood talking the NFL Draft and speculating the options the Cowboys will have in the first round at pick number 16.
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