Former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley will be the next featured guest on "Inside Look presented by Cadillac", debuting Sunday, Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet.
CSN's David Kaplan sat down with Daley to talk about everything from his belief that Chicago should have a second NFL team, losing the 2016 Olympic bid for Chicago and his love for the White Sox.
Here is a sneak peek of some of what Daley had to say:
DALEY on his belief that the NFL should award Chicago with a second franchise:
Why is it New York has two (NFL teams), Florida has three, San Francisco has two? When you think of that, Chicago loves sports too. We get a second team in here, you could build a new stadium, you could have a huge international soccer teams coming in, you could do the Final Four, you could do anything you want with a brand new stadium. Itd be privately funded, government can help a little bit, but Ive always believed we could take a second team and, every Sunday, we would have a team playing in the National Football League.
DALEY on losing the 2016 Olympic bid for Chicago:
We got great coverage worldwide about Chicago, so I was back there and met a lot of the delegates...I was nice to em (laughs), and I have a lot of good memories about it, but like anything else, it became a political issue and thats what it is.
DALEY on keeping a low profile at White Sox games and other sporting events:
Ive never been recognized at sporting events because I want to be there as a fan. Fans want to see the players; they dont want to hear about any of us.
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