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PFW in Progress Recap 1/13: Chiefs Preview; Practice Report

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We're breaking down the top segments from Wednesday's edition of the PFW in Progress radio show so you don't miss a thing. Hit play on the podcast above and forward to the segments indicated below to listen.

0:02:00 - Fred Kirsch began today's show as a solo act and is very concerned with the Patriots Divisional Round match up with the Kansas City Chiefs. Fred began the show with many reasons why the Patriots should respect the Chiefs and how New England could lose this game. 

0:17:00- Paul Perillo joined the show from the Patriots locker room noting that Rob Gronkowski nor Chandler Jones were present in the open locker room. 

0:20:00 - Andy Hart entered the show guns blazing for the second straight day. He noted that Bill Belichick made a rare appearance in the open locker room session holding a pair of boxing gloves. 

0:33:00 - The show discussed the Steelers culture of dirty play and how it stems from head coach Mike Tomlin.

0:49:00 - Fred dove back into deflate-gate and demanded a public apology from Roger Goodell and the NFL. 

0:55:00 - Erik Scalavino joined the program in his blue sweater and informed the audience the only Patriots player missing from practice was Tre' Jackson. Erik also informed us that Rob Gronkowski was back on the practice field, but was having medical attention to his arm during stretching.

1:12:00 - The PFW Boys discussed last night's snowfall and Bryan Stork's tweet noting he was removing snow with his John Deer tractor. 

1:44:00 - The show discussed the overall health of Tom Brady heading into this weekend's game with the Chiefs.

1:50:00 - Erik Scalavino entertained the masses with his best Matthew Slater impersonation. 

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