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Capital sports if you have past headlines big story in the sports world today is the first playoff expansion in the NFL in thirty years that's right it's been since nineteen ninety the last time the NFL expanded their playoff field and they have done just that today there were fourteen teams will now make the playoffs seven teams per conference that's increasing by two W. only one team that has a first round bye as opposed to in the old system there were two of the NFL says they're gonna release their new schedule by made the night bangles cut cornerback Drake Kirkpatrick once upon a time is the number one pick Seahawks are either going to add Yanick the doc way in a trade with the Jaguars port sounds like Everson Griffen who played for Pete Carroll at USC may join them via free agency and Griffin according to reports is close to signing Seahawks also one of the teams rumored to be involved in the deal from the dock where the NFL's by the top fifty players to participate in the April twenty third NFL draft in their virtual green room the NFL is considering allowing the raiders in the city of Las Vegas the host of the draft in twenty twenty one according to Matt barrows told us yesterday from the athletic forty others reach out to the agent for tight end Jordan reed and a couple baseball notes the S. pen Jeff Passan reports minor leaguers received four dollars per week through the end of may or the start of the minor league season and New York Post columnist Joe Sherman quoted an unnamed baseball official as saying that the baseball season could begin in a matter of weeks with games played without fans in attendance will talk about that in more of a chance announcer Dave Flemming next sports with back at it is whether it's the Little League World Series college football and basketball the NFL for his voice is heard across the country toward the end zone what to us he'll always be David B. for all two years later Katie what else sports B. R. one O. four five and six we're going to do this every week baseball for no it's gonna be a quality hay with a flaming on the on the go slow Dave hello hope you and yours a well well we're.