HOUR 2 - Glenn is still not convinced Cleveland can walk through the playoffs. Fauria did NOT find his Super Bowl 38 jersey last night, meaning that photo from yesterday likely proves that it's in Mexico with Mauricio Ortega. Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider is candid about the rumors surrounding Richard Sherman. Ryan Clark says he will quit ESPN if the Pats acquire Sherman.
HOUR 1 - The Celtics were crushed last night. Glenn says Brad Stevens crapped his pants. Lou thinks Avery Bradley is still the key. Stephen A. Smith says the Celtics roster is comprised of construction workers disguised as basketball players. The guys turn to Red Sox talk about halfway through. Chris Sale was lights out.
President of Baseball Ops for the Boston Red Sox, Sam Kennedy, joined the show to discuss the debut of Chris Sale in a Sox uniform, why baseball players aren't as recognizable as other athletes, David Price's struggles, injuries to Dave Dombrowski's pitchers, and what Robert Kraft did to sports in Boston.

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HOUR 4 - Brad Marchand owes his teammates an apology for a stupid move. Also, Jeff Howe is tweeting about Richard Sherman to the Patriots. The guys take a look at Sherman's contract situation to see if it could work. Also, LeGarrette Blount and Patriots are supposedly still talking. Callers react to Marchand's spear.
HOUR 3 - Tonight's Celtics/Cavs game is infinitely more important to Boston. What teams does Boston want to avoid in the playoffs? The same guy who stole Brady's jersey, apparently has an official "Christian Fauria" jersey, as well, and Christian can't remember if he still has jersey from Super Bowl 38. Speculation runs rampant Mauricio Ortega swiped that one, too. Roger Goodell could be getting a new contract.
HOUR 2 - The guys respond to some dumb comments from LeBron James and discuss whether or not the Cavs will even try tonight. Is this a Bruins town, or a Celtics town? Jack Edwards was really stretching his final call. Glenn used to do hockey play-by-play (obviously). Glenn and Lou fight about whether or not the Cavs are better this year.

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HOUR 1 - Brad Marchand could miss the rest of the season and some playoff games for spearing Jake Dotchin in the balls. Keith Jones agrees. The guys discuss the ethics of nut-shots, and take callers on both sides of the fence.
HOUR 4 - A listener tweeted a video of Lou Merloni catching a ceremonial "First Pitch" from Joe Andruzzi in 2002. The B's can clinch a playoff berth tonight, but don't call it a "must-win." Will the B's call up Charlie McAvoy? The Cavs might sit their stars on Wednesday night vs the Celtics. ESPN is already acting like Tony Romo is a Hall of Famer. Bonnie Bernstein is not happy with CBS' decision. Keefe joins for the crossover and agrees with Lou that the Patriots took over Opening Day.
HOUR 3 - Lou continues to express his anger for the Pats taking over Opening Day. Also, Lou was on the broadcast, and PREDICTED that if Craig Kimbrel threw another breaking ball, it was going to be wild and hit the Adam Frazier. He was right. The guys bitch about the studios being too cold. David Ross was on "Dancing With The Stars." Gronk's wrestling debut did not put him in any danger of getting injured.
HOUR 2 - News breaks during the show that Tony Romo has been hired by CBS, and will replace Phil Simms on the broadcast. The guys discuss everything that led up to this decision, including why teams didn't make a push to get him, and why CBS is willing to put Romo on the "A team" with Jim Nantz, despite never having called a game before. Skip Bayless condemns Romo for essentially quitting without a fight. Also, does this mean that Houston will make a push for Jimmy Garoppolo?