Waddle & Silvy

Former Bear Tom Waddle and Marc Silverman talk all things Chicago sports on ESPN 1000, Chicagoland's leader in sports.

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Hour 4: Rick Sutcliffe and Bears Over/Unders


Rick Sutcliffe joins the guys to recap the Cubs season, and the guys go through some Bears Over/Unders for Sunday.


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Hour 3: Dave Revsine and Doug Kezirian


The guys preview the weekend of college football with Dave Revsine, and Doug Kezirian gives you the best plays of the weekend.


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   42m
 
 

Hour 2: Dan Wiederer and Waddles World


Dan Wiederer gives the guys a preview of Bears and Vikings, and the guys take a trip to Waddles World.


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   42m
 
 

Hour 1: NFC North Changes and Crosstalk


Waddle and Silvy recap last night's Packers game and what it means for the division, and they crossalk with Carmen and Jurko.


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   43m
 
 

Hour 4: Michael Wilbon and AB Tweets


Michael Wilbon jumps on with the guys to bury the Cubs and talk Bears, and Silvy reads the latest AB Tweets.


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   46m
 
 

Hour 3: Barstool Big Cat and Paul Allen


Barstool Big Cat joins he guys with his Bears and Cubs thoughts, and Paul Allen gives the guys a look at the Vikings.


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   43m
 
 

Hour 2: Jeff Dickerson from Halas and Waddle's World


Jeff Dickerson joins the guys from Halas with a Bears report, and they detour into Waddle's World.


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   43m
 
 

Hour 1: Trubisky's Plan and Crosstalk


Waddle and Silvy discuss the plan for Trubisky on Sunday vs the Vikings, and they crosstalk with Carmen and Jurko.


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   44m
 
 

Hour 4: Jesse Rogers & Mark Giangreco


The guys talk Theo Epstein and Cubs with Jesse Roger. Mark Giangreco joins the show to talk Bears.


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   48m
 
 

Hour 3: Jeff Passan on the Cubs Future


Jeff Passan joins the guys to give his thoughts on what the future will hold for the Cubs, and who may manage the team next season.


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