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May 14, 2008 at 7:03 AM--


Check out 49erswebzone.com's partner site, Pro Football Central, tonight at 4pm (Pacific Time) for their live radio broadcast.

Pro Football Central Radio Show live will be on this Wednesday night at 7 pm est. We would love to hear from you on PFC Radio so here is the call in number 1-800-984-7550. Don't miss PFC Radio Wednesday night at 7 pm est. Already confirmed for Pro Football Central Radio show Live will be the starting fullback for the Seattle Seahawks Leonard Weaver will be on live. After starting fullback Mack Strong suffered a herniated disk in his neck, prompting him to retire, Weaver was named the Seahawks starting fullback. His first starting game was against the New Orleans Saints, where Weaver had 3 carries for 40 yards and 3 receptions for 53 yards. A restricted free agent in the 2008 offseason, Weaver signed his one-year, $1.417 million tender offer on April 17. Leonard will be on live to talk about Shaun Alexander who he expects to start at running back and so much more.

Along with Seahawks fullback Leonard Weaver appearing on Pro Football Central Radio, we will stay in the NFC West with defensive lineman Clifton Ryan of the St Louis Rams appearing live on the show as well Wednesday night at 7 pm est. Ryan will be on live to talk about the draft, Chris Long, what his role will be in this very good defensive line and much more.

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