That's great news, according to 106.7 The Fan producer Jim 'Landfill' Mullins, who was worked into a lather over the changes by radio host Chad Dukes.
"I'd like it if we could stop pretending like we know who these people are or what they do," Dukes said. "I mean, I'm sure Hoffman knows. I mean, I'm sure JP Finlay knows. But do you think the average fan, if Eric Schaffer walked in and vomited on the floor, would have any idea who he is? We're endlessly going to hear about whether or not this is a good idea though, right?"
"Well, are you at all emboldened by the fact though that when we did the call-in segment about Kevin O'Connell and all these guys we hear endlessly about, people seemed to be perfectly fine with Rivera coming in here and blowing all these losers out?" Dukes asked.
"I'm completely fine with Rivera coming in here and getting rid of all these guys," Landfill said. "This is a guy who was a part of the front office that led the team to 3-13. If this guy was some scary, indispensable talent, the team wouldn't be so bad."
The two would spend the next several minutes going up and down the organization, asking who should stay and who should go, with Dukes hilariously setting the tee for his producer to sound off.