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B&C Morning Show: Brian Billick And Dick Vermeil With B&C MP3

Former Ravens coach, current NFL analyst and dear friend of the program Brian Billick stopped by bright and early for a chat. As usual, Craig gave Brian a hard time. Carton was irked by the fact that Mr. Billick interviewed for the Eagles HC vacancy, despite telling him that he did not want to get back into the coaching game. Coach did not get the Philly job because the Eagles hired Chip Kelly. College coaches hav... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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