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Hall Of Famers Munoz & Haynes Visit Ron Cook On Radio Row

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PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – A star-studded edition of the Vinnie & Cook Show was highlighted by visits from two Pro Football Hall of Famers, as Anthony Munoz and Michael Haynes joined Ron Cook live from Super Bowl XLVII’s Radio Row.

One of the greatest offensive tackles to play the game, Anthony Munoz looks back at his meetings with the Steelers, and admits he was happy to face them after the Steel Curtain was past its prime.

The former Bengal great doesn’t know what to make of the Ray Lewis situation, and he wonders how anyone can still not consider Joe Flacco an elite quarterback.

Former Patriot and Raider Michael Haynes was one of the best cornerbacks of the late 1970s and 1980s, and he looks at how defending the passing game has changed since his playing days.

Michael also credits Steeler Hall of Famer Mel Blount for helping to put him on the right path to Canton, and previews how he would have tried to shut down Randy Moss.

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