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PFW In Progress Recap 2/18: Jerod Mayo's future

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We're breaking down the top segments from Thursday'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 - The show began with a full compliment of hosts as Fred, Paul, Erik, and Andy were all present to discuss the retirement of Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo.  

0:15:00 - The PFW Crew felt that coaching would indeed be in the future for Mayo, but would it be with the Patriots? At only 29 is Mayo too young to begin a coaching career in the NFL?

0:35:00 - Paul Perillo enlightened the masses with some insight as to what happens to a players rights once he officially signs his retirement papers. With the recent retirements of Calvin Johnson and Marshawn Lynch these types of questions have been abundant during PFW In Progress. 

0:50:00 - After reading several emails on the subject, Fred Kirsch asked the crew if Mayo belonged in the Patriots Hall of Fame. 

1:25:00 - The discussion shifted to the ongoing Twitter feud between Bill Simmons and Dan Shaughnessy. 

1:45:00 - The show wrapped up with discussions on the Hall of Fame selection process and Fred Kirsch brought to light an intriguing plan making it harder for players to be enshrined in Canton. 

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