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Doug & Wolf

Doug and Wolf get you up with latest sports news presented in an entertaining way. It's Jock vs. Joe every morning as former NFL player Ron Wolfley brings the perspective of a former athlete and former high school bench warmer Doug Franz speaks for the average fan. Listen live every morning from 6-10 AM Arizona Time on Arizona Sports on 98.7 FM or download this podcast.

John Chayka, Coyotes general manager   (9:53)2-17-2017
John Chayka discusses the upcoming NHL trade deadline.
John Clayton, ESPN NFL insider   (8:59)2-17-2017
John Clayton says Jay Cutler may be a temporary answer at quarterback in San Francisco.
Pro's Prose   (3:23)2-17-2017
Phil Jackson has hit rock bottom, which is where you desperately do not want to be.
Ryan McDonough, Suns General Manager   (20:31)2-17-2017
Ryan McDonough says the Suns will continue to persue star players in free agency and trades.
Steve Keim, Cardinals general manager   (22:03)2-17-2017
Steve Keim says the Cardinals' championship window is longer than just one year.
February 17, 2017 - Hour 1   (39:36)2-17-2017
DeMarcus Cousins and Eric Bledsoe want the same thing, but it's the wrong thing. The Coyotes and Sun Devils finish in dramatic fashion. Bill Belichick will be narrating a World War II documentary in the near future. 
February 17, 2017 - Hour 2   (39:52)2-17-2017
Derrick Hall responds to criticism from his former general manager. John Clayton says there might be a big name quarterback on his way to the NFC West. Steve Keim promises that one big thing will change in 2017. 
February 17, 2017 - Hour 3   (37:42)2-17-2017
Steve Keim addresses the Cardinals' offseason decisions in free agency and the draft. What would it take to trade for Jimmy Garoppolo? Are the Cardinals convinced that D.J. Humphries will be the starting left tackle in 2017?
February 17, 2017 - Hour 4   (36:51)2-17-2017
John Chayka wants to keep the Coyotes core players together going forward. Ryan McDonough has a similar agenda, but would like to add a star to the mix. McDonough says the Suns are two star players away from winning a championship. 
Al McCoy, Hall of Fame voice of the Suns   (7:57)2-16-2017
Al McCoy says Jerry and Bryan Colangelo both asked him for his opinion before making trades.
Bryan Sperber, President of Phoenix International Raceway   (10:34)2-16-2017
Bryan Sperber says PIR is in store for a massive renovation project.
Derrick Hall, Diamondbacks president and CEO   (21:11)2-16-2017
Derrick Hall says Dave Stewart should have voiced his concerns about trading Dansby Swanson.
It's Paul's Call with Paul Calvisi!   (8:28)2-16-2017
It's Paul's Call with Paul Calvisi!
Jim Pitman, Phoenix Mercury general manager   (9:14)2-16-2017
Jim Pitman explains what you can expect to see when you go to a Mercury game.
February 16, 2017 - Hour 1   (40:35)2-16-2017
Dave Stewart says he regrets trading Dansby Swanson. Jim Pitman explains what you will experience when you attend a Phoenix Mercury game. Bryan Sperber discusses the big renovations going on at Phoenix International Raceway. 
February 16, 2017 - Hour 2   (36:18)2-16-2017
Luke Walton is disappointed in his team's performance against the Suns. Draymond Green says something that seems outrageous. Zack Greinke talks about his first bullpen. 
February 16, 2017 - Hour 3   (39:45)2-16-2017
Derrick Hall says the Diamondbacks don't have a good relationship with Maricopa County right now. Hall also discusses Dave Stewart's recent criticisms of the D-backs' leadership structure. Someone is throwing around wild accusations. 
February 16, 2017 - Hour 4   (37:30)2-16-2017
Does the Suns' win over the Lakers mean much? Paul Calvisi came up with an idea that deserves some credit. Al McCoy says Jerry and Bryan Colangelo used to ask him for his opinion on trades before they made them. 
Andy Markham, 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open tournament chair   (8:46)2-15-2017
Andy Markham says fan behavior at the Phoenix Open was off the charts in a good way.
Bobby Hurley, ASU men's basketball coach   (9:36)2-15-2017
Bobby Hurley says ASU basketball is progressing nicely as a program.