Category Archives: The Bram Weinstein Show

Kyrie Irving Asks to be Traded…Again | The Bram Weinstein Show

Kyrie Irving Asks to be Traded…Again | The Bram Weinstein Show

Bram Weinstein and Mike Callow begin the show talking about the breaking news of the day: Kyrie Irving is demanding a trade out of Brooklyn. Who are potential suitors? Is an extension necessary for the trade? And more on the disgruntled superstar. Will Sean Payton actually fix Russell Wilson, plus what was the Broncos plan if they had landed Demeco Ryans. Bram runs through the NFL and a major free agent need for every team, including the Washington Commanders. Barry Svrluga makes the case for Brian Mitchell to make the Hall of Fame, Bram agrees.MORE

One Year of The Commanders: How has it gone? | The Bram Weinstein Show

One Year of The Commanders: How has it gone? | The Bram Weinstein Show

Bram Weinstein and Mike Callow discuss 1 year of Commanders: The highs and lows, mistakes along the way, and the moments that have defined the rebrand of the Washington Football Team. Reports out of the NFL regarding Eric Bienemy is that both Baltimore and Washington are in on the Kansas City Chiefs’ Offensive Coordinator, and are waiting until after the Super Bowl to make a serious run at him. With Tom Brady officially retiring, Bram asks: Will he be good in the booth?MORE

Tom Brady retires (again) | The Bram Weinstein Show

Tom Brady retires (again) | The Bram Weinstein Show

Bram Weinstein opens up the show with a little life update after producer Mike Callow asked about him losing his mind, then jump into the latest in the NFL: Tom Brady is retiring – what caused him to retire so early in the offseason? Plus Ron Rivera is actually conducting business on the west coast off of some news today. It does look like the Bears will be holding on to Justin Fields, Bram and Callow go back and forth on what Chicago should do. The Caps head into the All-Star break on a win but Mike Callow is worried about their direction.MORE

Micah Parson’s wants the Eagles to win “For the division” | The Bram Weinstein Show

Micah Parson’s wants the Eagles to win “For the division” | The Bram Weinstein Show

Bram Weinstein opens the show talking Wizards as they’ve won 6 straight now, then jumps into what’s been said about Micah Parsons wanting the Eagles to win a Super Bowl for “the division” which reopens he and Mike Callow’s argument for Eagles vs Chiefs. The sports world seems to be coming down on Tony Romo, Bram isn’t having it. Ron Rivera is NOT at the Senior Bowl, big deal or no? Bram and Callow react to the breaking news of Sean Payton to the Broncos and what it means for Denver moving so many assets for their new head coach and QB.MORE

Eagles vs Chiefs to faceoff: How did the Eagles get back to glory so fast? | The Bram Weinstein Show

Eagles vs Chiefs to faceoff: How did the Eagles get back to glory so fast? | The Bram Weinstein Show

Bram Weinstein and Mike Callow begin the show talking Championship Weekend, specifically how the Eagles tore down their team under 2 years ago and are right back into the Super Bowl to take on the Chiefs. The ins and outs of both NFC and AFC Championship games: The bad luck of the 49ers, the refs in Bengals/Chiefs and so much more. There was news on offensive coordinators over the weekend, how does it pertain to the Commanders? Bram wonders if it’s quiet for a reason.MORE

Is Justin Fields an option for the Commanders? | The Bram Weinstein Show

Is Justin Fields an option for the Commanders? | The Bram Weinstein Show

Bram Weinstein begins the show remembering Billy Packer, who passed away yesterday. Then, jumps into what happened with the Angels not getting sold and wonders if it was more than “unfinished business.” Warren Sapp says Justin Fields should be a logical trade for the Bears…if the Washington Commanders were to make a move for him, what would it look like? Who on the defensive line would you move? It’s NFL Championship Weekend, the trash talk is getting real testy between the Bengals and Chiefs already.MORE

College Basketball on-court stunt: Where’s the line? | The Bram Weinstein

College Basketball on-court stunt: Where’s the line? | The Bram Weinstein

Bram Weinstein starts the show talking about a stunt in college basketball last night that involved a food delivery service walking onto the court as a prank. Bram wonders where is the line with making games a spectacle and other ramifications that were NOT enacted in the game. Capitals, Wizards, and Monumental Sports owner Ted Leonsis is on a list of sports groups that are worth the most money. Who else made the list – What could be next? A look at the Wizards win over the Rockets and a Caps/Penguins preview. A story on a lawsuit involving malt beverages vs whisky has Bram and Mike Callow asking questions.MORE

Where is the heavy criticism for Bradley Beal? | The Bram Weinstein Show

Where is the heavy criticism for Bradley Beal? | The Bram Weinstein Show

Bram Weinstein starts the show talking Wizards after their third win in a row against old friend Spencer Dinwiddie and the Mavericks. Dinwiddie had harsh criticism over the Wizards and their make up – was he in the right? Plus Bram asks: Why is there not heavier talk on Bradley Beal not just in DC, but on a national level? (28:15) Bills GM Brandon Beane had some words on how the Bills’ roster construction is compared to the Bengals – Bram and Callow think he’s in the wrong. (48:04) Off of Beane’s comments, Bram runs through the Commanders roster and how they’re at crossroads without a QB, but a talented roster.MORE

Why the Orioles won’t move – and how it affects the Nationals | The Bram Weinstein Show

Why the Orioles won’t move – and how it affects the Nationals | The Bram Weinstein Show

Bram Weinstein starts the show talking Orioles as some details have been brought to light that may be good news or bad news depending on how you look at things in Baltimore. It could also be the lynchpin that could get the Nationals sold as well. Aaron Rodgers went after Gronk for taking his comments on Pat McAfee’s show, and says it’s part of a “woke” agenda for him not being vaccinated. Candace Buckner went after the Wizards hard today after trading Rui Hachimura, Bram agrees and wonders why more people don’t. Producer Mike Callow previews Caps vs Avalanche tonight, then Bram and him come to blows on the most popular Oscars nomination.MORE

Rui Hachimura traded to LA, NFL Championship weekend is set | The Bram Weinstein Show

Rui Hachimura traded to LA, NFL Championship weekend is set | The Bram Weinstein Show

Bram Weinstein starts the show talking a little Wizards as Rui Hachimura was moved to the Lakers today for some 2nd round picks. Why the Wizards are just continually spinning their wheels – and how this is an example of that. Then Bram jumps in the NFL slate over the weekend: How the Eagles remain dominant, the Cowboys shortcomings in San Francisco, plus the Bengals just rolling the Bills. There’s a report that Jeff Bezos could spin off the Washington Post to buy the Washington Commanders. Bram runs through why he doesn’t think that’s the case and if there’s really a beef between him and Dan Snyder. There was an unfortunate on-air incident in DC when it came to a non-sports anchor trying to do sports. Bram and Mike Callow couldn’t resist diving in.MORE