NESN has hired a new anchor who has a history dating pro players. With the trend of that happening in Boston the last few years, does NESN need to keep an eye on Kacie McDonnell?
Now that center Bryan Stork has been cut, should we be concerned with the Patriots O-Line? Glenn, Lou and Christian talk about the Patriots O-Line and how Jimmy G will handle it in the first 4 weeks.
Sam Kennedy of the Red Sox calls in to talk to the guys about the proposed renovations at Fenway Park and if Jonathan Papelbon will ever sign.

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Clay Buchholz, after another good outing, is making a case to be part of the rotation for the rest of the season. Glenn, Lou and Christian get into who will be the odd man out in the rotation and if Buchholz is suited for the 8th inning.
Tim Tebow's MLB workout is apparently going to have scouts from many MLB teams, and the guys still can't believe that he's getting this much attention for a sport he has no chance to play.
The 2016 edition of the annual survey into what sports fans think about their teams (and more importantly, about the media) is out, and Glenn, Lou and Christian dive into some of the opinions of the local fans.
Tom Brady returned to practice after his unexplained days off to shed some light into his mysterious scissors injury that prevented him from playing last Thursday's preseason game.
Andrew Benintendi made possibly the catch of the year for the Sox, and the guys talk about the hype surrounding that play. Also, they get into Pats talk, and focus in on what a loss of Tom Brady for 4 games means to an already shaky offensive line.

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Glenn, Lou and Christian continue to talk about the Josh Brown domestic violence situation, and hear from ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, who (of course) says he's hearing that players think Brown got a light sentence because he's white.
Glenn, Lou and Christian talk about how the Sox have continued their winning ways throughout a tough road trip. They also look at that crazy Benintendi catch from last night, and what they could possibly do with their awful bullpen.