PSN audio schedule: Week of May 4-10

logo5Scheduled Prime Sports Network podcasts for the week beginning Monday, May 4.

Monday, May 4

6 p.m.: Prime Sports Boxing

  • Sean O’Grady, former world lightweight champion and Hall of Famer, breaks down Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s unanimous decision over Manny Pacquiao and who may line up next against him. Mayweather, now 48-0, has stated he’ll fight one more time before retiring.


Tuesday, May 5

6 p.m.: Prime Sports Baseball

  • David Kerr, editor of, joins Greg DePalma with analysis on news and notes from around the majors with an eye on fantasy news, injury updates, minor-league prospecting and the latest World Series futures. This week will include a spotlight look at the AL Central.

7 p.m.: Jets Confidential Radio

  • Greg DePalma recaps the New York Jets’ draft performance with special guest Dan Shonka, GM and national scout for Ourlads’  NFL Scouting Service.


Wednesday, May 6

6 p.m.: Prime Sports Golf

  • Greg DePalma and PSN Managing Editor Jeff Shain, also a contributor for, preview The Players Championship with injury updates, odds and predictions. Martin Kaymer is the defending champion at TPC Sawgrass.


Thursday, May 7

Ourlads16 p.m.: Ourlads NFL Draft Guide

  • Dan Shonka, general manager and national scout at Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Service, recaps the NFL Draft with team-by-team analysis on every key selection and trade.


Friday, May 8

6 p.m.: Prime Sports Football

  • Mario Puig, football writer for, joins Greg DePalma with analysis on how every NFC team did in the offseason, from free agency to the draft.

Ragozin8 p.m.: Prime Sports Horse Report

  • Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of discuss Kentucky Derby champion American Pharoah’s chances at taking the Triple Crown. They’ll also handicap the weekend’s Man O’War Stakes at Belmont Park and the Vanity Stakes at Santa Anita.


Saturday, May 3

2 p.m.: Prime Sports NASCAR

  • C.J. Radune, motorsports writer for, pulls alongside Greg DePalma with analysis of key drivers after qualifying for Saturday’s Kansas 400. Jeff Gordon is defending champion at Kansas Speedway.



  • All times Eastern
  • Chat sessions are open during every program for Q&A and comments