St. Louisans love the NFL, and who better than the flagship station of the Rams to present a comprehensive weekly look at all things pro gridiron? Every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., former Rams vice president of player personnel Tony Softli tackles the issues that define America’s game and, more specifically, the Gateway City’s team.
On 101 ESPN’s “Pro Football Sunday,” Softli brings his unique blend of front-office experience and sprawling knowledge of X’s and O’s to a three-hour platform for the hardcore pigskin fan. In-depth conversations with members of the Rams and insiders from around the country provide a level of access that simply can’t be found anywhere else on the radio dial.
With the hometown crew ramping up for its second season under head coach Jeff Fisher, not to mention squads near and far readying their bids to dethrone the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, the anticipation for the 2013 season intensifies with each passing day. “Pro Football Sunday” is proud to chart the entire 52-week quest for the Lombardi Trophy. Around these parts, the whistle never stops play.