The boss handed the guys some sealed envelops and wanted to know how far they would go.
The NFL Draft is looming, and 105.3 The Fan has it covered better than anyone. Here’s 6 segments of NFL Draft talk with Bryan Broaddus from DallasCowboys.com, Jeff Cavanaugh from the G-Bag Nation, and Kevin Turner from the Ben and Skin show.
Here are a couple of quick updates on the fine football playing gentlemen who have and/or will be checking in with the Dallas Cowboys for a pre-draft visit as we get geared up for the NFL Draft.
Couple changes to the big board today. I did a rewatch on a couple of first round guys that I had a tough time getting a handle on the first time through.
Over the last few months, we’ve been lucky enough to be able to go hang out with Bryan Broaddus of DallasCowboys.com at Valley Ranch to watch a bunch of film in preparation for next month’s NFL Draft
There are certainly a lot of prospects that I disagree on with many of the NFL Draft experts. And to that I say: I don’t care.
G-Bag Nation’s very own Jeff Cavanaugh was foolish… brave enough to participate in an Attack Dog demonstration as supervised by the good folks at the Garland Police Department. The dogs were all expertly trained and […]
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.
Jon Daniels chased down Jeff Cavanaugh in Surprise, challenging him to ask the “tough” questions after calling him a “Twitter tough guy.”
With the GBag Nation out in Surprise, Arizona all this week – you know there is going to be havoc in the desert.
To kick off the upcoming NASCAR season, the G Bag Nation created their own high speed race: the first annual Check Change 225, a race around the “track” here at CBS Radio to determine who […]
A quick update from the NYC for you fine folks, in the form of a little tale about the five reasons that Dallas is better than NYC that I’ve surmised so far.