Mike Florio and Peter King break down Antonio Brown's impact in the Patriots' offense and how Tom Brady should help Brown's transition to the Patriot Way.
Eckhart: I wonder what is swift. I mean, the Dems were swift with the impeachment in the house. I do hope swift mean faster than that. We need the country to move on. ... Chuck Schumer launched an assault on Mitch McConnell's plans for how to hold Donald Trump's impeachment trial Monday night, calling them a 'cover-up' designed to hide evidence from the American people. The Democratic minority leader assailed McConnell's bid to hold a fast-track trial and almost entirely rule out the chance of getting witnesses and documents as a 'national disgrace.' Speaking outside New York's Penn station before he boarded a train to Washington D.C. he said McConnell had torn up a promise to follow the precedents set by Bill Clinton's trial. He accused McConnell of trying to exclude existing evidence gathered by the House and said: 'He doesn't want to hear any of the evidence and he doesn't want to hear any new evidence. That's a cover-up, not a trial.' Schumer said McConnell had torn up a promise to follow the precedent of the Clinton trial rules, which allowed 24 hours over four days for each side and also explicitly included all previous evidence gathered by the House, and therefore by extension, Ken Starr. Instead, Schumer said, McConnell kept his planned rules secret until the last minute of a public holiday.