ESPN's Adam Schefter talks NFL with 'Sportsbreak'

ESPN's Adam Schefter smiles for the cameras as he works on the floor at the 2011 NFL Draft. He made a guest appearance on WGMU's "Sportsbreak" Wednesday night. (Photo courtesy of Creative Commons, user ryan lejbak).

ESPN's NFL Insider Adam Schefter talked with the guys from "Sportsbreak" of WGMU Radio Wednesday night about the current situation in the NFL.


Listen to the WGMU interview


Schefter discusses the ongoing lockout between the players and the owners, as well as the possibilities of reaching agreement in the near future.

"It's very simple, it's all about money," Schefter said. "That's it."

He also speculates on the moves that will be made once the lockout is lifted, such as the possibility of the Washington Redskins acquiring quarterback Vince Young, and discusses the newest draft class.

"The truth of the matter is somebody probably hit on some fifth or sixth round draft pick that we don't know that much about that's going to turn into some star," he said.

Schefter began working for the NFL Network in 2004, and made frequent appearances on ESPN's "Around the Horn" before becoming the NFL Insider for ESPN in 2009. He now makes daily appearances on ESPN's SportsCenter and on ESPN Radio.

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