McNabb and Malone of Week 4 of the NFL season

09/27/2013

NFL Insider Under CenterEvery week, NBC Sports Radio co-hosts Mark Malone and Donovan McNabb discuss the latest topics burning up the airwaves in the NFL.

This week, the former NFL quarterbacks talk about Tampa Bay’s decision to bench Josh Freeman in favor of rookie Mike Glennon out of North Carolina State, the 0-3 starts of the New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers and Trent Richardson’s second week as a member of the Indianapolis Colts, among other topics.

(Listen to Mark Malone and Donovan McNabb discuss Week 4 of the 2013 NFL season)

You can listen to Mark Malone and Donovan McNabb every day on Under Center with McNabb & Malone. The show airs from 3–7 PM Eastern on NBC Sports Radio and NBCSportsRadio.com.

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