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4:20 - Is her next opportunity to be a Head Coach in the NFL now that she's working with Sean McVay 5:35 - How the idea of being a booth analyst didn't really occur to her and how that changed 6:50 - Who were/are NFL analysts & color commentators she's enjoyed viewing/listening to 8:30 - The best way to incorporate more and new information into broadcasts 10:34 - When she knew she first wanted to become a writer 11:15 - Was the transition from the business world of journalism into sports an intimidating one 12:09 - Who helped in the initial transition? Who was in her corner from the beginning 13:05 - Was there a concern that transitioning into sports would ruin her ability to be a fan 14:35 - Balancing the joy of football with the on and off the field issues the sport provides 16:35 - Would football consider a more transparent approach when it comes to injuries/health issues 17:25 - Her takeaways from her profiles of Aaron Rodgers and Baker Mayfield - represent different times of players 19:20 - Do we expect the QB position and personality of that position change in this new generation 20:24 - How she came up with the voice for her dog Lenny on her podcast 21:40 - What's something about the Miami Clevelander studios we wouldn't expect 22:15 - Her viral reaction to Shohei Ohtani signing with the Mariners 23:20 - Her strangest etch-a-sketch 24:00 - Fan of The Bachelorette finale? 25:02 - Any other impressions besides "DMX" 25:35 - Is Pablo Torre as good of a karaoke singer as he claims to be? 26:10 - Who is a non-obvious Super Bowl contender for 2019