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Mina Kimes, Sarah Spain and Israel Gutierrez join Tony Reali to talk about some reported tech glitches with the Cincinnati Bengals’ No. 1 overall pick during the NFL’s draft run-through on Monday, and discuss whether there will be issues with technology during the actual 2020 NFL draft. They also discuss whether Justin Herbert is rising and/or Tua Tagovailoa is falling.
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