Calais Campbell Contract, Rookie Mini-camp, Guest Scott Wedige On Arizona Birdgang Podcast

After a week off, the Arizona Birdgang Podcast crew of Joe, Mario and Tyler got back together in the studio to record the latest episode of the show. With the team agreeing to terms on a new contract for defensive end Calais Campbell, they discuss what that means for the team and whether it was a good contract or not.

As a nice change, the show had a guest from the team -- undrafted rookie Scott Wedige. He talked about his experience so far as a rookie and the adjustments to the professional game.

They discussed the rookies from this year's draft class and why there is perhaps concern for safety Justin Bethel. From there, the discussion of athletes and Twitter comes up as it has before.

Where do you side in this discussion?

To listen to the latest edition of the Arizona Birdgang Podcast on your phone, click here. Or, if you are on your computer, just use the embedded player below. Thanks for listening!

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