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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 07:32

Bizball Radio

Welcome to another edition of Bizball Radio

This week we lead off with complete breakdown on the next steps in the NFL after Judge Susan Nelson ruled that the lockout should be lifted.

For our third edition, we interview SBNation's National Baseball Editor and former ESPN.com writer Rob Neyer. We talk to Rob about his leaving ESPN.com for SBNation and what it offers him (and readers), plus his take on social media, the state of being a writer during the print industry upheaval, his phone call from Bud Selig and how he views his legacy, and finally, what -- if anything -- he would change about MLB.

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Thanks to producer Ted Price, here's this week's edition.


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