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Steve Raible – Seahawks Radio Network

Seahawks play-by-play man Steve Raible joins us to help set the stage for Sunday’s home game against Tennessee

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Dennis Koho – WCL President

Dennis Koho the president of the West Coast Baseball League which includes the Bellingham Bell tells us about the realignment into three four-team divisions

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Monday Evening Quarterback

Monday Evening Quarterback reviewing the NFL weekend and look ahead to tonight’s Monday Night Football matchup

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Mark Collins – Bellingham Blazers

Bellingham Blazers coach Mark Collins joins us to discuss the team’s 2-0 start and a pair of home games this weekend

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J.R. Sweezy – Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks guard J.R. Sweezy joins The Zone to talk about the Hawks hot start and their upcoming game vs. the Colts

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Sigmund Bloom – FootballGuys.com

Sigmund Bloom from FootballGuys.com breaks down the week in fantasy football

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Paul Moyer – Seattle Seahawks

Paul Moyer from the Seattle Seahawks Radio Network joins us talk about the Hawk 4-0 start and their upcoming game vs. the Colts

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Mack Strong – Seattle Seahawks

Former Seahawks fullback Mack Strong now of the team’s broadcast crew joins us to talk 4-0 and the Colts game Sunday

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Gregg Bell – GoHuskies.com

Gregg Bell from gohuskies.com tells us about the Dawgs hot start and looks ahead to the game against #5 Stanford on Saturday

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Mike Keith – Tennessee Titans Radio Network

Mike Keith from the Tennessee Titans Radio Network talks about Jake Locker’s injury status & their trip to Seattle in two weeks

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