Stephen A. urges Josh McDaniels not to be afraid to the leave the Patriots
Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Domonique Foxworth debate whether New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels should stay with the Patriots or seek an opportunity with the Cleveland Browns.
At a rally in Columbia, SC, Sen. Bernie Sanders warned a crowd of the billionaire class' influence on government and politics. He added that "all of the money in the world is not going to be able to stop us." Super Bowl XXXIV champion and former Rams wide receiver Isaac Bruce calls in to Golic & Wingo to express his thoughts on getting elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of the 2020 class. Bruce discusses how good the Rams were when he, Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk among others were on the team and thinks they probably should have won more Super Bowls. (6:21) Bruce praises the game of former teammate Torry Holt and makes a case for why he should be a Hall of Famer.
#NFL The city of Charleston, S.C., flooded one out of almost every five days in 2019, according to the National Weather Service. NBC News' Dasha Burns traveled to South Carolina to get a first-hand look at how climate change has already impacted the people there. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said today:
"When the Democrats, back in 1980, were all pulling for Reagan to be the nominee because they thought he'd be the easiest to beat. I think Republicans speculating about which Democratic candidate for president would be the easiest to beat may be a bit foolish. I think it's going to be a contested general election. There's a lot of energy on both sides. For myself, I'll leave it up to Democrats to pick who they'd like to be their candidate. I would add this however: if you look at what the various candidates for president on the Democratic ticket are saying, not a whole lot of difference between any of them. They all look pretty much the same to me, and pretty much the same is very, very far to the left. It looks like moderate Democrats are an endangered species."