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The Bruce Exclusive LIVE: Mitchell Trubisky, returners, gunners, and more

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On this episode of “The Bruce Exclusive LIVE” Bruce takes questions from the Locker Room audience on returners, running backs in the first round, and the AFC East while discussing the value of Buffalo Bills backup quarterback Mitchell Trubisky’s contract.

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Bruce Nolan, host of “The Bruce Exclusive” podcast on the Buffalo Rumblings podcast network, will be recording weekly shows on the Locker Room app over the next few months to try and create a more engaging and interactive show with Buffalo Bills fans. It’s just one more way we’re trying to reach out to fans in a new way.

What is Locker Room? It’s a relatively new venture, dating back to the fall encouraging sports fans to talk live radio-style with each other using the app. The app, which at the moment is only available in the App store for iPhone users, allows you to join a “room” where one or more of us will be talking about the Buffalo Bills, then you can ask questions in a text-based chat and even “call in” to speak directly on the podcast!

We hope you’ll join Bruce weekly! Make sure to follow him on Twitter @BruceExclusive to keep up with the weekly shows!


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