Craig James Defends Patriots & Tom Brady; Predicts Adrian Peterson Will Have Record Breaking Season & Interviews University Of Oklahoma Coach Bob Stoops On This Week's Edition Of Airing It Out with Craig James

Aug 03, 2015, 15:32 ET from Compass Media Networks

NEW YORK, Aug. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --  

"Where's the evidence?" asks Craig James on this week's edition of Airing It Out with Craig James. "I'd be supporting Tom Brady even if I weren't part of the New England Patriots' family tree."

James goes on to say that Commissioner Roger Goodell is making a mistake by suspending Tom Brady and that the NFL is mishandling player personnel discipline.

In an interview with Oklahoma Sooners head coach, Bob Stoops, who coached Adrian Peterson in college, both James and Stoops predict Peterson will have a tremendous 2015. "I guarantee you, Adrian is out to show everyone 'don't forget about me.'" James goes as far to predict Peterson might run for over 2,500 yards.

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ABOUT AIRING IT OUT WITH CRAIG JAMES:

Craig James, former analyst for ESPN College Game Day and renowned college and NFL star, hosts "Airing It Out with Craig James" – a podcast by Compass Media Networks dedicated to delivering unique and compelling insights into the world of college and NFL football. Since launching in May, Airing It Out has featured exclusive interviews with two NFL Hall of Famers, quarterback Roger Staubach and running back Eric Dickerson; plus two top college hard coaches, Baylor University Coach Art Briles and University of Arizona Coach Rich Rodriguez.

During the summer, Airing It Out with Craig James will broadcast once per week. Beginning with the start of the NCAA season, Airing It Out will offer two weekly episodes available for download on Thursdays, with a look ahead to the weekend's game action including picks, and then on Tuesdays, put the weekend's games into perspective.

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