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10 Questions With Wiggy: Do You Believe Tony Dungy?

BOSTON (CBS) - Former NFL veteran and Sports Hub personality Jermaine Wiggins has an opinion on everything, so when he's in studio Wednesday afternoons with Felger & Mazz, they have a number of questions at their disposal and ready to go for him to answer.

Here are the questions on the latest segment of 10 Questions With Wiggy:

10. After having gone through at least 11 NFL training camps we ask you: How did you feel about this time of year?

9. I read something on Yahoo! Sports about the toughest officiating job in sports.They said World Cup referee was no. 1 on the list. Should it be? Which referees, and on what call, have the toughest job?

8. Tony Dungy said he wouldn't have drafted Michael Sam. Not because he was gay, but because of the distraction. Do you believe Tony Dungy?

7. Chiefs QB Alex Smith, going in to the last year of his contract, wants to be paid a top 10 quarterback salary. Is he worth it?

6. Carl Yazstremski or David Ortiz?

5. Wiggy Word on the Street: "I'm on my grind working the sktreets tryn to get my Denzel on I'm just looking for that extra work!" Please translate.

4. Another training camp question: What team had the hardest conditioning test in your career? What was it? Is there any excuse for failing ANY conditioning test?

3. Doc Rivers has said he will quit the Clippers if Donald Sterling remains as owner heading into next season. Your thoughts.

2. Weekly check on Black Sports Online shows me a recurring theme on photo galleries: "Thirst Trapping." For example: "Kim Kardashian bikini thirst trapping in Mexico" or "Rihanna thirst trapping for the World Cup." Can you please translate "Thirst Trapping?"

1. Thanks to the latest installment of Wiggy Leaks a few weeks ago, we learned ahead of the world that LeBron would be heading back to Cleveland and Rob Gronkowski would be ready to go early this summer. Give us something new. What are your sources on the ground saying this week?

Listen below!

10 Questions With Wiggy



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