Bob Golic, brother of Mike, talked about being drafted by the Patriots. He also shared his thoughts on the players today being "soft" and tells a few stories about the awful field and Cleveland, and how much he things "Deflategate" is nonsense.

[0:00:00] ... Joining us right now and 97 WEI. A former New England patriot he's also the much more talented at much more attractive gold rather on the radio ads Bob Bullock. And it recognized it ...
[0:08:15] ... Then my my dad called that I had a call from the Chicago fire of the old world football league's and that goes for. The Chicago fire if they're the Ryan Speier overseas eventually might not they would I could have been international yeah there you go to Bob ...
[0:10:48] ... it. We left so it all out Ellen alone thank hip hop Brian Billick coming up next on 37 W yet. ...





ESPN's Sal Paolantonio joined the show for a quick couple minutes to joke about the time he heard himself being bashed on WEEI.

[0:00:14] ... thing is great breaking news. Right from Providence and right from the Renaissance. Hotel select. The Providence airport and I'm listening to Dennis McNally the guy in the car you drive the cars got it now. ...
[0:02:33] ... mentality. France says last night and it was I am on the Boston Globe that line from Shaughnessy this morning. We went over today this time it's the patriots against the world at your IQ and ...




LeGarrette Blount said the Seahawks were immortal. Richard Sherman popped off about Roger Goodell. Robert Kraft threw a few jabs at Richard Sherman. Marshawn Lynch made sure he didn't get fined.

[0:02:00] ... like armed. What's your favorite stuffed animal. Right here the person asked Bill Belichick that question a little girl yeah a little girl I think it was Saddam. Mailed to stutter out it was due to ...
[0:03:29] ... because the politics. His for some way or another you by some Carolina Panthers you know maybe Philadelphia Eagles fans of some former players. They've product children aren't aren't there or there but they're not. Won't ...
[0:05:42] ... know that. But you know as well as anybody. That's not what Bill Belichick wants he doesn't mean does not worse that he got mad at you overs and would you got cold in the office ...
[0:07:18] ... Moore Bob Marshall which. But the two different approaches. You get to Seattle Seahawks and it just themselves right at the patriots are themselves as well. Maybe the airport would look out of character. With the ...






Dale and Michael talk to John Brenkus about the tests he did in relation to deflate gate and the conclusions he came to.

[0:04:25] ... those segments. It take it to the set of countdown to give Ray Lewis. You watch this Chris Carter some guys that Parker outlaw it clearly they have. All kinds of ideas about what happened. Yet there's you know what ray ...
[0:05:18] ... point is. I there are way more acts in and I think Bill Belichick ousted incredible disservice to their own argument he should've just stuck to I don't have any idea. In a period he then ...
[0:11:29] ... Sony have had thought about it like to that play. Absolutely capital Tom Brady was a 100% correct way that he described dated in throwing that is expletive it's it was correct it up all the ...





Dale and Michael talk to John Brenkus about the tests he did in relation to deflate gate and the conclusions he came to.

[0:04:25] ... those segments. It take it to the set of countdown to give Ray Lewis. You watch this Chris Carter some guys that Parker outlaw it clearly they have. All kinds of ideas about what happened. Yet there's you know what ray ...
[0:05:18] ... point is. I there are way more acts in and I think Bill Belichick ousted incredible disservice to their own argument he should've just stuck to I don't have any idea. In a period he then ...
[0:11:29] ... Sony have had thought about it like to that play. Absolutely capital Tom Brady was a 100% correct way that he described dated in throwing that is expletive it's it was correct it up all the ...





Me & Gronk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today was the Patriots media availability day. The last day the world gets to talk to the players before the Super Bowl. So it seemed only fitting for me to find Rob Gronkowski and ask about the pressing issue of the day: The time he and I were the announcers and judges for a figure skating competition on Barstool Sports. Sorry, assembled media. Your nonsense about the challenges of the Seattle defense and all that had to wait.

@JerryThornton1

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton

Kings center Mike Richards, who was an important part of both of Los Angeles’ recent Cup wins, was placed on waivers Monday and cleared them on Tuesday after no NHL team claimed him.

Richards, who turns 30 next month, was assigned to Los Angeles’ AHL affiliate, the Manchester Monarchs, after posting less than desirable numbers for the past couple of years. This season, Richards has registered just five goals and 10 assists in 47 games.

Richards’ contract is worth $7 million this season and has a total 12-year, $69 million value that stretches to 2020.

Richards has played in 224 consecutive games for the Kings, but that streak will come to an end Wednesday night.

Blog Author: 
Judy Cohen

Kings center Mike Richards, who was an important part of both of Los Angeles’ recent Cup wins, was placed on waivers Monday and cleared them on Tuesday after no NHL team claimed him.

Richards, who turns 30 next month, was assigned to Los Angeles’ AHL affiliate, the Manchester Monarchs, after posting less than desirable numbers for the past couple of years. This season, Richards has registered just five goals and 10 assists in 47 games.

Richards’ contract is worth $7 million this season and has a total 12-year, $69 million value that stretches to 2020.

Richards has played in 224 consecutive games for the Kings, but that streak will come to an end Wednesday night.

Blog Author: 
Judy Cohen

With 22 years in the NHL under his belt, 42-year-old Martin Brodeur will retire and take a front office job with the Blues, the team announced Tuesday. Brodeur will make the official announcement at a Thursday press conference.

Devils president and general manager Lou Lamoriello said he has assured Brodeur that the netminder’s club of 21 years also has a place for him when he’s ready to return. Lamoriello and Brodeur have been talking for the last few weeks, so it wasn’t much of a surprise when the announcement was made.

After the Devils opted not to re-sign the veteran and decided to stick with Cory Schneider as their No. 1, Brodeur went to look for work elsewhere. He signed with the Blues as a free agent on Dec. 2 and registered a 3-3 record in five games started.

Brodeur finishes his career with a 691-397-176 record, giving him the regular-season NHL record for wins, games and minutes. In his tenure in the league, Brodeur has posted a 2.24 goals against average, .912 save percentage and 125 shutouts.

“It’s kind of sad to see a guy like him hang ‘em up,” Blues All-Star goalie Brian Elliott said. “I’m sure it’s a tough decision, but I was grateful to be on the same team with him if only for a little bit.”

His numbers in the postseason also earned him three Stanley Cups with the Devils, and he holds the record for starts with 204 and shutouts with 24. He’€™s also second in postseason wins with 113.

Brodeur compiled four Vezina Trophy wins and was named to the All-Star team 10 times in his career.

Blog Author: 
Judy Cohen

With 22 years in the NHL under his belt, 42-year-old Martin Brodeur will retire and take a front office job with the Blues, the team announced Tuesday. Brodeur will make the official announcement at a Thursday press conference.

Devils president and general manager Lou Lamoriello said he has assured Brodeur that the netminder’s club of 21 years also has a place for him when he’s ready to return. Lamoriello and Brodeur have been talking for the last few weeks, so it wasn’t much of a surprise when the announcement was made.

After the Devils opted not to re-sign the veteran and decided to stick with Cory Schneider as their No. 1, Brodeur went to look for work elsewhere. He signed with the Blues as a free agent on Dec. 2 and registered a 3-3 record in five games started.

Brodeur finishes his career with a 691-397-176 record, giving him the regular-season NHL record for wins, games and minutes. In his tenure in the league, Brodeur has posted a 2.24 goals against average, .912 save percentage and 125 shutouts.

“It’s kind of sad to see a guy like him hang ‘em up,” Blues All-Star goalie Brian Elliott said. “I’m sure it’s a tough decision, but I was grateful to be on the same team with him if only for a little bit.”

His numbers in the postseason also earned him three Stanley Cups with the Devils, and he holds the record for starts with 204 and shutouts with 24. He’€™s also second in postseason wins with 113.

Brodeur compiled four Vezina Trophy wins and was named to the All-Star team 10 times in his career.

Blog Author: 
Judy Cohen