TMZ  – Another New England Patriots star … dating ANOTHER smokin’ hot supermodel. 

This time, it’s wide receiver Julian Edelman and Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima. 

Sources close to the two tell us … they met at the beginning of the month in Miami through mutual friends and have been out a couple of times. …

In fact, EdeLima was spotted out on a day date at Straight Wharf in Nantucket over the weekend holding hands! 

Please, Hammer! Don’t hurt ’em!

Tom Brady, you’re go-to wide receiver sees your world class Victoria’s Secret model and raises you the World’s Most Beautiful Woman.

And believe me, I am not just saying this about Adriana Lima because she’s canoodling with Minitron in Nantucket. I have been saying this for years. She is the perfect package. My absolute wheelhouse chick. And it killed a part of my soul when she was slumming with some athletic nobody like Marko Jaric. Clearly she, like me, wanted to see her with a man worthy of her lofty status at the top of the Supermodel Pyramid. And wisely understood what Gisele figured out long ago: that only a Patriot would do.

This is how a dynasty should operate. Winners on the field, winners off the field and establish that Alpha Male status by dating total dime pieces, and it filters down to the players. They know that nothing less than the best will do. Maintaining a great dating game translates into championships. Winning at football and winning at life go hand in hand.

Brady with Gisele. Mr. Kraft with Ricki Lander. Bill Belichick with Linda Holliday. Danny Amendola with Miss USA Olivia Culpo. And now Edelman fires back with my ultimate woman. The Patriots will not rest until they’ve done it with every insanely hot woman in the world.

It’s your move, Rob Gronkowski.


Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton

Pro Football TalkPatriots coach Bill Belichick has assembled the least diverse staff of any head coach in the NFL, according to an ESPN study of diversity in NFL coaching.

Belichick’s staff of 14 coaches includes just two minorities, meaning the Patriots have the NFL’s least diverse staff, according to ESPN.

You have to say this for ESPN: there is no quit in them.

They’ve come after Bill Belichick time and time again to prove he’s a cheater, a liar, and an arrogant, disrespectful misanthrope, only to come up with nothing. So now they imply he’s a racist.

Every shot they’ve fired at Belichick has been discredited, so now they’re throwing the empty gun. From Tom Jackson’s timeless classic “They hate their coach” to Chris Mortensen’s infamous Tweet about the PSI to the Don Van Natta/SethWickersham hit piece on the eve of the 2015 season has been point/counterpointed by Patriots fans, middle school Science Fair projects and the NFL’s own multi-million dollar investigation. So now, they come after him with a much, much worse accusation. And one that can’t be disproven: what’s in his heart. ESPN knocked on our front door trying to hand us a leaflet claiming The Hooded One is a cheater, only to be kicked down the steps. Now they’re trying to crawl in through the window screaming “racism.”

Once again though, thankfully, the facts get in the World Wide Leader’s way. I could list the minority coaches Belichick has hired, developed, won with and made the careers of. Or point out that Jim Brown has said Belichick volunteers more of time and money helping him mentor minorities in prison than any African-American athlete today. But I’d be making those “Some of my best friends are …” type arguments. Instead I’ll just point out he has put together the best coaching in football, and it’s not even a debate. In the ultimate meritocracy, he has hired people from every walk of life, from former players to guys who went to boarding schools to rocket scientists. He’s had one of the youngest coordinators in the league and just re-hired a position coach who came to the Patriots during the first Reagan Administration.

If he hasn’t proven through his actions that it is all about what you can do to help his team win and not what your background is, no one has. And to take a snapshot of this one particular moment in Belichick’s time here and imply that it means he doesn’t hire minorities is exactly the same situation as Red Auerbach in the 80s. The most pioneering executive in NBA history built a dynasty that had several great white players, and there were people claiming the Celtics were a racist organization for it.

So do your worst, ESPN. Bring it on. You’ve lost all credibility anyway. You might as well give us something to talk about while we wait for your next Patriots hatchet job.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
Respected journalist Jackie MacMullan is forced to spend ten minutes listening to previous show renditions of Gary Tanguay's erotic writings, including from his novel 'Love in a Day.'
Dino, Gary Tanguay and Jackie MacMullan discuss the state of the presidential race, including whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton have driven any voters from one side of the political spectrum to the other.
ESPN's Jackie MacMullan are in studio to discuss the state of the Celtics, including Gerald Green's signing over the weekend and a glut of players on the roster.
Dino, Tanguay and Jackie Mac talk a little Red Sox with one week to go before the non-waiver trade deadline in MLB

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[0:06:10] ... in the checked us out Kent. I think any pitcher in the American League may be in all of Major League based right about this he has given up more hits than any pitcher in the American League. So when spring training rolls around next February were down there is obligated mobs down populist we'll see what was the problem. Do you think that you will be is going to be. The adjustment because not austerity and it's awful loss is a lot that was at the beginning does not now ally and now he's like you don't guys like he's right he's going to be in the top five numerically and right now pleading for most hits in all of baseball among the American League they've had wildly yeah price. Well in the first inning is killed him but he in the first innings than in his is doubtful. You could still have velocity but if you're not locating your pitches sent out there on Google do reloading here and duke itself up again. You know if you don't locate you're not executing. Because I mean everybody knows if you throw a hundred you throat Adam Melhuse still gonna get it art 6177797937. Our number three coming up Jack McMullen gear tank weighed keynote Dennis with few. When we ...

It seems the door is open for yet another season of Arrested Development, according to one of the show’s stars.



Tony Hale, who played Buster, recently told Entertainment Tonight radio he is pushing for a fifth season of the hit show. But only because he wants to see what happens to his on-screen love, Lucille Austero (or “Lucille Two”), played by Liza Minnelli.

“I want to see what happened to my sweet girlfriend Liza Minnelli,” Hale said. “I want to know what happened to my woman!”

Hale said it’s not out of the question, but it would be more difficult to put a show together now.

“It’s a lot of scheduling. A lot of people are doing different stuff and it’s nine people to get together. I really want to see where the story continues.”

Hale also posted a pic to his Instagram that day with AD costar, Will Arnett:




Now, I loved this show. I think the first few seasons were brilliant. But the fourth season was terrible and I’m grateful they never made the Arrested Development movie because that would have also been terrible. I really hope they don’t come back with a fifth season and I probably wouldn’t watch it if they did.

So please don’t campaign for this, Tony Hale. I don’t care what happens to Lucille Two and it would be pretty selfish to put us through another dreadful season just so you can have on-screen sex with Liza Minnelli.

Blog Author: 
Lucy Burdge
Gary Tanguay takes on 'Headlines' with an update on a mass shooting in Ft. Myers, the Democratic Convention, Roger Ailes and Donald Trump, and Gisele at the Olympics.

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[0:03:52] ... real good in the writer wrote that it. But if you school. Michelle Obama he said what Michelle Obama's that was really you know. Then it's it's yours charges that it I like witches but I don't want to say it ...
[0:04:45] ... But trump expanded his lead with white voters who do not holding college degree. From 51 at 31% to 62 to 23%. Right now. Would trumpet of course we have the beauty of it coming up ...
[0:06:19] ... want to do so many goes. Hey remember me I tried to run for president you guys are just trying to get active right. You I don't want to America regardless but politically you had any idea ...

John Dennis, Jackie MacMullan and Gary Tanguay discuss the opening of Patriots camp which is just three days away.
Dino, Gary Tanguay & Jackie MacMullan discuss the weekend's induction of the Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy into the baseball HOF and whether he should actually be in there.

[0:00:22] ... they all want my job. Well congratulations. To baseball hall of Famer Dan Shaughnessy but I will correct you. In not everybody want to drop I would not wanna be a beat writer columnist. Covering Major ...
[0:00:58] ... Jackman and about annals okay urgent change my day is fine. And Dan Shaughnessy who who like I think really sort of highlight. My discomfort with broadcasters and journalist being in the hall of fame. You ...
[0:02:48] ... a completely separate entity. And clearly no one is gonna ever accused Dan Shaughnessy of being in bed that. Was not my point but but it but he gives a way this gives off this perception ...
[0:06:55] ... widen so forth and he didn't help the red sex with a World Series. But the wait didn't cover the team the day of the week it wrote about the team in the weight Dan sparked ...