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I did not see it, but I think it is a good idea that they are promoting the guest appearance on the show like that, hopefully more people will tune in. This should be an Oakdale now segment I think. There are also two other guests appearing in October, I wonder if they will promote them as well.

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Is this guy still playing? I doubt a veteran athlete who isn't OJ Simpson could help any show's ratings these days. -_-

LOL...no, Phil Simms has probably been retired for 15 years. He has a son, Chris, who started for the Bucs last year, and suffered a horrible injury, getting hit so hard his liver split (I think it was his liver) and had to be surgically repaired.

I think it's nice the daytime division is getting some support from the sports division...but I kind of doubt anyone's going to tune in just to see Phil (who's now a sportscaster.)

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