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"In the Clubhouse with the Nats Report" with Al Galdi, Host of the Al Galdi Show on Team 980 In this episode Richard discusses the Washington Nationals and thier latest moves with Al Galdi from Team 980 right here in Washington D.C. During the conversation, Al wonders why the Washington Nationals haven't been involved in talks to acquire free agent George Springer. Don't forget to subscribe to the Nats Report Morning Briefing and follow us on Twitter for the latest Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball headlines.
In the Clubhouse with Al Galdi, Host of the Al Galdi Show on Team 980 In this episode Richard discusses the Washington Nationals and thier latest moves with Al Galdi from Team 980 right here in Washington D.C. During the conversation, Al wonders why the Washington Nationals haven't been involved in talks to acquire free agent George Springer.&nbsp;

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03-25-20 The Morning Blitz with Al Galdi - Galdi rips to pieces the statement from Trent Williams' agent ripping the Redskins Al Galdi rips to pieces the statement from Trent Williams' agent ripping the Redskins...
Yesterday, Trent Williams' agent, Vincent Taylor put out a lengthy statement to various media outlets ripping the Redskins.
"The relationship between the Redskins and Trent Williams has reached a point where it's in the best interest that the Redskins trade or release him. Despite its knowledge of the irreconcilable differences, Washington was unable (or unwilling) to negotiate a trade of Williams. The team then gave Williams and his representatives the right to seek trading partners. Williams' representatives provided the team with trading options, but the Redskins have shown no interest in negotiating in good faith and, in fact, have given inconsistent demands on what it wants in return for a trade.
"Throughout the process, Williams has maintained his silence and not spoken negatively about the team nor has he pursued potential legal actions. This seems to not be a successful strategy. Players who are outwardly critical of the team do get traded.
"Although Trent Williams will always love and respect Dan Snyder, his teammates, and the Washington Redskins' fans, he wants to be traded or released. It's time for the organization to act in a manner that is both in Williams' and the team's best interest."
Galdi has a few takeaways after reading this statement...
Trent's holdout in 2019, when you consider the lost salary and fines, is estimated to have cost him about $13 million.
This statement reeked of desperation. It came out in Week 2 of 2020 NFL Free Agency. Up until that point, so many high-profile NFL players had been traded: receiver DeAndre Hopkins from the Houston Texans to the Arizona Cardinals; receiver Stefon Diggs from the Minnesota Vikings to the Buffalo Bills; edge rusher Calais Campbell from the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Baltimore Ravens; interior defensive lineman DeForest Buckner from the San Francisco 49ers to the Indianapolis Colts; corner Darius Slay from the Detroit Lions to the Philadelphia Eagles; quarterback Nick Foles from the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Chicago Bears. Some of these instances - those involving Campbell and Slay - involved the player working out a contract extension with his new team. And yet we had heard nothing so far during 2020 NFL Free Agency - nothing! - regarding any momentum building toward a Redskins trade of Trent, as the belief continued to be that the Skins' asking price for compensation and/or Trent's asking price for a new contract were/was too high. Trent and his agent were getting humbled.
It was becoming very clear that Trent wasn't nearly as desirable as he thought he was, and making the desperation even worse was that the Redskins had leverage in that.
This statement was absurd in some of what it said, Taylor even suggesting that the Redskins should release Trent was ridiculous. There was no way that the Skins were just going to let him go for nothing. Taylor saying that the Redskins had "shown no interest in negotiating in good faith" by having "given inconsistent demands on what it wants in return for a trade" was ridiculous.
The Redskins can ask for whatever they want from whoever they want. What if the Redskins don't want to trade Trent to an NFC team and thus are asking for more for Trent from an NFC team than from an AFC team? They have every right to do something like that. Same thing regarding what Taylor said at the end of the statement: "It's time for the organization to act in a manner that is both in Williams' and the team's best interest." The Skins getting as much as they can for Trent is them acting in their best interest.
Taylor saying that "throughout the process, Williams has maintained his silence and not spoken negatively about the team" was ridiculous.
The statement very clearly told us that Trent had gone from having a problem with Bruce Allen and Larry Hess to having a problem with Ron Rivera - Taylor made it a point to say that "Trent Williams will always love and respect Dan Snyder." Remember, Trent in breaking his silence on Halloween 2019 made it clear that he had no problem with Dan. The statement made no mention of Ron. And very interesting was something that ESPN Redskins insider John Keim had on March 24, 2020, in his article on all of this: "Redskins coach Ron Rivera spoke with Williams over the phone earlier this offseason and the two met in person one time for five minutes." Five minutes. That was it.
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03-25-20 The Morning Blitz with Al Galdi - Galdi rips to pieces the statement from Trent Williams' agent ripping the Redskins Al Galdi rips to pieces the statement from Trent Williams' agent ripping the Redskins...
Yesterday, Trent Williams' agent, Vincent Taylor put out a lengthy statement to various media outlets ripping the Redskins.&nbsp;
"The relationship between the Redskins and Trent Williams has reached a point where it's in the best interest that the Redskins trade or release him. Despite its knowledge of the irreconcilable differences, Washington was unable (or unwilling) to negotiate a trade of Williams. The team then gave Williams and his representatives the right to seek trading partners. Williams' representatives provided the team with trading options, but the Redskins have shown no interest in negotiating in good faith and, in fact, have given inconsistent demands on what it wants in return for a trade.
"Throughout the process, Williams has maintained his silence and not spoken negatively about the team nor has he pursued potential legal actions. This seems to not be a successful strategy. Players who are outwardly critical of the team do get traded.
"Although Trent Williams will always love and respect Dan Snyder, his teammates, and the Washington Redskins' fans, he wants to be traded or released. It's time for the organization to act in a manner that is both in Williams' and the team's best interest."
Galdi has a few takeaways after reading this statement...
Trent's holdout in 2019, when you consider the lost salary and fines, is estimated to have cost him about $13 million.&nbsp;
This statement reeked of desperation. It came out in Week 2 of 2020 NFL Free Agency. Up until that point, so many high-profile NFL players had been traded: receiver DeAndre Hopkins from the Houston Texans to the Arizona Cardinals; receiver Stefon Diggs from the Minnesota Vikings to the Buffalo Bills; edge rusher Calais Campbell from the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Baltimore Ravens; interior defensive lineman DeForest Buckner from the San Francisco 49ers to the Indianapolis Colts; corner Darius Slay from the Detroit Lions to the Philadelphia Eagles; quarterback Nick Foles from the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Chicago Bears. Some of these instances - those involving Campbell and Slay - involved the player working out a contract extension with his new team. And yet we had heard nothing so far during 2020 NFL Free Agency - nothing! - regarding any momentum building toward a Redskins trade of Trent, as the belief continued to be that the Skins' asking price for compensation and/or Trent's asking price for a new contract were/was too high. Trent and his agent were getting humbled.&nbsp;
It was becoming very clear that Trent wasn't nearly as desirable as he thought he was, and making the desperation even worse was that the Redskins had leverage in that.
This statement was absurd in some of what it said, Taylor even suggesting that the Redskins should release Trent was ridiculous. There was no way that the Skins were just going to let him go for nothing. Taylor saying that the Redskins had "shown no interest in negotiating in good faith" by having "given inconsistent demands on what it wants in return for a trade" was ridiculous.
The Redskins can ask for whatever they want from whoever they want. What if the Redskins don't want to trade Trent to an NFC team and thus are asking for more for Trent from an NFC team than from an AFC team? They have every right to do something like that. Same thing regarding what Taylor said at the end of the statement: "It's time for the organization to act in a manner that is both in Williams' and the team's best interest." The Skins getting as much as they can for Trent is them acting in their best interest.
Taylor saying that "throughout the process, Williams has maintained his silence and not spoken negatively about the team" was ridiculous.&nbsp;
The statement very clearly told us that Trent had gone from having a problem with Bruce Allen and Larry Hess to having a problem with Ron Rivera - Taylor made it a point to say that "Trent Williams will always love and respect Dan Snyder." Remember, Trent in breaking his silence on Halloween 2019 made it clear that he had no problem with Dan. The statement made no mention of Ron. And very interesting was something that ESPN Redskins insider John Keim had on March 24, 2020, in his article on all of this: "Redskins coach Ron Rivera spoke with Williams over the phone earlier this offseason and the two met in person one time for five minutes." Five minutes. That was it.
To hear anything you might&rsquo;ve missed from The Morning Blitz with Al Galdi check it out in The Team 980 Audio Vault or The Team 980 App.
Chargers Game Preview Series: Podcaster Al Galdi and The Washington Football Team On today's episode, Steven was joined by podcaster Al Galdi - host of the Al Galdi Podcast to preview the Chargers upcoming matchup with the Washington Football Team.The two discuss Ryan Fitzpatrick's integration in Washington, the hype surrounding Chase Young, Montez Sweat and the ferocious defensive line, and the Football Team's 2021 outlook.Thanks for tuning and enjoy the show!Use the code GUILTY for 20% off your next MANSCAPED order!Use "NFL100FP" at busr.ag/guilty for a 100% bonus on your deposit!Use the code “GAC” for 10% off your order at https://www.backroomcollection.net/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chargers Game Preview Series: Podcaster Al Galdi and The Washington Football Team On today's episode, Steven was joined by podcaster Al Galdi - host of the Al Galdi Podcast to preview the Chargers upcoming matchup with the Washington Football Team.The two discuss Ryan Fitzpatrick's integration in Washington, the hype surrounding Chase Young, Montez Sweat and the ferocious defensive line, and the Football Team's 2021 outlook.Thanks for tuning and enjoy the show!Use the code GUILTY for 20% off your next MANSCAPED order!Use "NFL100FP" at busr.ag/guilty for a 100% bonus on your deposit!Use the code “GAC” for 10% off your order at https://www.backroomcollection.net/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
AL GALDI IN THE HOUSE On today’s episode we welcome back the voice of Washington Mr Al Galdi . We talk about the recent announcement about attire at fedex . Also what players need to step up this pre-season . Is Davies becoming a locker room leader already ? Will Sam Cosmi benefit from a stiff training camp . Plus much much more
BONUS EPISODE: Washington Football Team Chatter with Al Galdi of Team980 Radio Washington The man with the Golden Voice Al Galdi joins Eric and David as they dissect everything Washington Football Team. They ask Al’s thoughts on the handling of Haskins benching, the QB situation going forward, changes needing to be made to the roster in 2021 and more. If you’re aspiring to get into sports media, Al also talks about his path to getting where he is and offers some GREAT tips for the listeners looking to get in the field. We finish out the interview with some MD themed rapid fire. Don’t miss this great interview!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
AL GALDI IN THE HOUSE! On today’s show . Andy and Maurice are joined by Al Galdi . The boys talk Washington football in depth . Also sneak in a little nationals chat . Plus some burgundy globes talk!!! Enjoy the show .
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