Steven and Jeff are keeping track of what the NFL owners are doing during the spring owners meetings. First order of business was to award Super Bowl L and LI to two locations. San Francisco is set to host Super Bowl L while Houston was awarded Super Bowl LI. Jeff brings up an interesting point about how much money is spent on news stadiums as Atlanta gets set for a new home.

Steven is not too thrilled about the league moving the NFL Draft to May. Longtime Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher announces his retirement. Charles Woodson heads to Oakland and Cowboys QB Tony Romo is out 3 to 4 weeks, but not for having back surgery.

Finally, the guys have some fun with Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin saying OTAs are just “football in shorts.”

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