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Simeon Rice shares reaction to civil unrest in our country
Former NFL defensive end Simeon Rice joins "Good Morning Football" and shares what needs to change in society in light of recent events, reacts to civil unrest in the United States and more.
Williams, Smith, Silver: How NFL can prove sincerity in social justice efforts
Hall of Fame defensive back Aeneas Williams and former NFL wide receiver Torrey Smith join NFL Network's Steve Wyche and Michael Silver to discuss how the NFL and NFL teams can prove sincerity in their social justice efforts and share their reactions to players announcing their plans to kneel in 2020.
Miles Boykin: What people should know about Lamar Jackson
Baltimore Ravens WR Miles Boykin joins "Good Morning Football" to discuss why 2020 will be a breakout year for the Ravens, what the Ravens are taking from their playoff loss to the Titans and shares something people should know about Lamar Jackson.
Saleh, Williams, McGee discuss changes to Rooney Rule, importance of Black QB coaches
NFL Network's Steve Wyche talks to Robert Saleh, Doug Williams and Garrick McGee to discuss the importance of a pipeline to create head coaching opportunities for diverse candidates to get head coaching jobs, the newly instituted Rooney Rule and hiring Black QB coaches for Black QBs.
NFL HCs in waiting? Schrager's top candidates from Giants, Ravens
NFL Network's Peter Schrager introduces two under-the-radar coaches who could be next up to receive head coaching opportunities. New York Giants defensive coordinator Patrick Graham and Baltimore Ravens special teams coordinator Chris Horton.
Ted Ginn Jr.: What Kaepernick could bring to a team in 2020
Chicago Bears WR Ted Ginn Jr. joins "Good Morning Football" to discuss what his former teammate Colin Kaepernick could bring to a team in 2020, why the Bears were a perfect landing spot for him in free agency and the QB competition between Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles.