Tuesday night on The John Murphy Show we were joined by the newest Buffalo Bills wide receiver. Caleb Holley signed with the team earlier in the day and talked about the long road he has traveled from Anchorage, Alaska, all the way to One Bills Drive. In college, Holley was confident in his ability to get behind defenses and make big plays, but he knows his role will be different in Buffalo.
“I would say I’m still learning everything, it’s gonna be tough at first, but I feel like I could bring a lot to the table. My consistency with catching the ball, just finishing, and making plays on the ball.”
At the top of the second hour of the show, we were joined by author and Ravens play-by-play man Gerry Sandusky. He talked about his new book “Forgotten Sundays,” and how it was inspired by his father, former NFL player and coach John Sandusky.
“It’s the journey that I think all men hope to make in life, and that’s to really get to know your father. In the end, the person that I get to know the best is myself.”
We were also joined by ESPNBoston’s Mike Reiss, who talked about the injury risk that New England took in drafting Dominique Easley in the first round of the NFL Draft. He also talked about potential plans for second round pick Jimmy Garoppolo, how much longer he thinks Bill Belichick may coach, and gives a health update on tight end Rob Gronkowski.
You can hear the full John Murphy Show from Tuesday, below:
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