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  • New Orleans coach Sean Payton on trying to break the schneid of going 7-9 three straight years, and on why he decided to break his long silence with Peter King after he disagreed with King's coverage of the Saints' Bountygate scandal
  • Browns coach Hue Jackson on how his job is different from the other 31 head coaches in the league, and what he likes about rookie quarterback Deshone Kizer
By Peter King
August 15, 2017

For this week's show, I take you inside our Mercedes Sprinter van, that we've been driving around the country from training camp to training camp. Team MMQB catches you up on the sights and sounds that we've seen in our training camp travels.

Later on, you'll hear my conversations with Saints head coach Sean Payton and Browns head coach Hue Jackson, both recorded in Cleveland, before the Saints played the Browns in the first preseason game of 2017. Payton discusses the meaning of the Saints to New Orleans a decade ago, and now, on trying to break the schneid of going 7-9 three straight years. Payton also reveals why he decided to break his long silence with me after he disagreed with my coverage of the Saints' Bountygate scandal. Jackson talks about how his job is different from the other 31 head coaches in the league, on what he likes about rookie quarterback Deshone Kizer, and how he works within the structure of a unique system that includes formed baseball executive Paul DePodesta.

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