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Stoney: Turley Still Hates Hoke As His Aztecs Come To Town

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DETROIT -  JANUARY 4:  Kyle Turley, a retired NFL player, waits to speak as a witness at a U.S. House Judiciary Field Hearing on Football Head Injuries January 4th, 2010 in Detroit, Michigan. The hearing was designed to consider recent steps taken at the professional, college, and high school levels to deal with football brain injuries. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

DETROIT – JANUARY 4: Kyle Turley, a retired NFL player, waits to speak as a witness at a U.S. House Judiciary Field Hearing on Football Head Injuries January 4th, 2010 in Detroit, Michigan. The hearing was designed to consider recent steps taken at the professional, college, and high school levels to deal with football brain injuries. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

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Former NFL wildman Kyle Turley has made no bones about his feelings on Brady Hoke leaving his alma mater for the head coaching job at Michigan. He joined me Tuesday to discuss that, his dislike for Mike Martz, the problem with the NFL, and his music career.

Proceeds from the 4th track of his new CD will go to the Gridiron Gladiators fund established for retired NFL players. TheCD is called “Death,Drugs, and the Double Cross” and can be found on iTunes.

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