Say It With Me
From Draft Day
00:00 - 03:59
3m 59s
Sonny Weaver uses a competitive negotiation strategy to benefit himself in a trade deal with another NFL team. Because he has done research on the other team and knows what is important to them, Sonny can use clever wordplay to convince the other team to accept his deal terms.


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