Judge Berman has yet to rule in the Brady case.

Welcome to Wednesday’s Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our WEEI.com home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

Welcome to Wednesday’s Morning Mashup. For the latest news, start at our WEEI.com home page or click here for the top stories from our news wire.

WEDNESDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
MLB: Yankees at Red Sox, 4:05 p.m. (NESN; WEEI-FM)
MLB: Angels at Athletics, 3:35 p.m. (MLB Network)
MLB: Nationals at Cardinals, 8:15 p.m. (MLB Network)
WNBA: Mystics at Mercury, 3:30 p.m. (NBA TV)
Tennis: U.S. Open, 1 p.m. (ESPN), 6 p.m. (ESPN2)

AROUND THE WEB:

Curt Schilling has been mostly quiet since his suspension from ESPN last week following his retweet of a post that compared Muslims to Nazi-era Germans, but on Tuesday he lashed out at a website for what he considered biased reporting, and in the process he took a swipe at ESPN colleague Chris Mortensen.

The website Awful Announcing published an email Schilling wrote to one of its writers in which the former Red Sox pitcher complains that the site misrepresented Schilling’s tweet by implying he was comparing all Muslims to Nazis.

Wrote Schilling: If you want to rip me, or talk [expletive] about me, please do it with more than an ounce of pride in your job. Nowhere, ever, before during or after, have I ever compared “Muslims” to “Nazis”, ever. Normal every day peace loving Muslims have as much to do with “radical” as I do with “fleet afoot”.

However it appears, like many, you ‘made me say it’ anyway.

Added Schilling: You chose to make it up, ‘misremember’ as best you can, and create something that didn’t exist because it was the ‘flavor of the day”. Even if it wasn’t true> Very Chris Mortensen of you.

I don’t have a racist bone in my body, never have. Anyone that knows me even a little knows that.

Yet you, like so many others, continue to destroy what’s left of the publics trust and confidence in media by creating a story of your own design and liking when you didn’t need to, and smearing someone’s reputation ato do it. Any thought at all as to my children and their thoughts if they read the lie you created? That’s an honest question. I dealt with it in my home, but I always wonder when people of your ilk give ruining someone a shot, if you ever do think about the family you impact. Especially when you are creating a story that never happened to do it.

Schilling asked that the email “remain between us,” and asked for God’s forgiveness for “this rant.” However, the site reprinted the email and included a response from writer Dan Levy.

Wrote Levy: You have no idea how hurtful your messages are to people, so you can hide behind your love of soldiers, the flag and the bible all you want, but what you publish is vile and racist, no matter what Sarah Palin says in your defense. That has nothing to do with my integrity.

— Veteran running back Fred Jackson is looking for new employment after being released by the Bills — he took a physical for the Seahawks on Tuesday — but he isn’t leaving Buffalo quietly.

Jackson, the third-leading rusher in Bills history, thanked fans for their support during his nine years with the team, but he expressed his frustration with general manager Doug Whaley.

“There’s only one person in that organization that I haven’t gotten honesty from, and that was [Whaley],” Jackson told The Buffalo News.

The 34-year-old is convinced he still can play, and he’s not pleased with how his tenure in Buffalo ended.

“It was a tough pill to swallow, especially because I felt like I can still contribute,” Jackson said, adding: “[The Bills] gave me a shot. I’ll always be happy about that, but … they closed the door on me playing there, too.”

Whaley, for his part, said Monday that “everybody was on board” with the decision, including the team’s owners, but he would not go into detail about the reasons behind the move.

“There are a lot of circumstances that go into that, but we will keep that in-house for competitive reasons,” he said.

— About a month after Boston backed out of the bidding for the 2024 Summer Olympics, Los Angeles was officially named as America’s candidate Tuesday.

The announcement came after the Los Angeles City Council voted 15-0 in favor of striking an agreement with the United States Olympic Committee.

“I want to thank Los Angeles for standing up, once again, as America’s bid city,” USOC CEO Scott Blackmun said.

Los Angeles previously hosted the Summer Games in 1932 and 1984.

“This is a quest that Los Angeles was made for,” L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti said at a press conference at Santa Monica Beach, where the beach volleyball competition would be held. Garcetti added that the Games would be profitable for the city.

While Boston’s politicians balked at accepting responsibility for any cost overruns, Los Angeles apparently is willing to take the chance with the host city contract — should it be awarded the Games.

“We are in this to win it, and I think we will,” Councilman Paul Kerkorian said. “We can’t do that at the risk of exposure to our taxpayers.”

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Sept. 2, 2001, with Yankees pitcher Mike Mussina one strike away from a perfect game, which Red Sox pinch-hitter broke it up with a single to center field?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “What escalated the whole thing is that [Tom] Brady and the Patriots were going to cooperate fully, and then when it came down to it, they didn’t. If it was J.J. Watt, I think he would have been cooperative, and it wouldn’t be a question. … I don’t think J.J. would destroy his cellphone.” — Texans owner Bob McNair, on Deflategate

STAT OF THE DAY: 13 — Strikeouts for Red Sox starting pitcher Rick Porcello — a career high — in Tuesday’s 3-1 loss to the Yankees

‘NET RESULTS (mobile users, check the website to see the videos): Ryan Goins hits a walkoff home run in the 10th inning to give the Blue Jays a win over the Indians.

With two outs in the ninth inning of a tie game, Brandon Moss hits a three-run walkoff home run for the Cardinals against the Nationals.

Rangers baserunner Elvis Andrus is successful on a straight steal of home against the Padres.

Diamondbacks pitcher Rubby De La Rosa tries to quick-pitch the Rockies, but it goes badly as he throws the ball to the backstop and is called for a balk. Acknowledged De La Rosa: “I don’t know what I was thinking, but I know it wasn’t a good idea.”

The Rockies turn a triple play against the Diamondbacks without much effort.

Mariners batter Mark Trumbo crushes a home run that hits the train sitting high above the outfield at Houston’s Minute Maid Park.

Controversial tennis player Nick Kyrgios appears to take a nap during a break in his first-round loss to Andy Murray at the U.S. Open.

TRIVIA ANSWER: Carl Everett

SOOTHING SOUNDS: The late Billy Preston was born on this day in 1946.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Spar
We discuss the latest from Judge Berman in the deflategate case, and what it might mean.

[0:05:47] ... he could at that exact time issue an injunction on behalf of Tom Brady thereby negating everything I'm gonna say after. Because the problem is going to be if he doesn't issued the injunction. But he ...
[0:20:24] ... players have got to be gone if they're gonna do this to Tom Brady what bacon academy. But the bottom line is most players just wanna play football they wanna avoid distractions I mean Tom Brady wouldn't comment on this that there were Peyton Manning. No way in Haiti's. He would be focusing in on just here trying ...
[0:22:25] ... map that they are all doing like when I love to get Tom Brady off the field for a month. Damn right I would especially everybody in the AFC that struck going to be jockeying for ...
[0:24:17] ... my third one for the day McNair. Talking about he does want Tom Brady punished. Then goes on to say is there anything conclusive there now you don't have any conclusive evidence. I probable but not ...






We discuss the latest from Judge Berman in the deflategate case, and what it might mean.

[0:05:47] ... he could at that exact time issue an injunction on behalf of Tom Brady thereby negating everything I'm gonna say after. Because the problem is going to be if he doesn't issued the injunction. But he ...
[0:20:24] ... players have got to be gone if they're gonna do this to Tom Brady what bacon academy. But the bottom line is most players just wanna play football they wanna avoid distractions I mean Tom Brady wouldn't comment on this that there were Peyton Manning. No way in Haiti's. He would be focusing in on just here trying ...
[0:22:25] ... map that they are all doing like when I love to get Tom Brady off the field for a month. Damn right I would especially everybody in the AFC that struck going to be jockeying for ...
[0:24:17] ... my third one for the day McNair. Talking about he does want Tom Brady punished. Then goes on to say is there anything conclusive there now you don't have any conclusive evidence. I probable but not ...






We close out the Dale and Holley program with some of the best sound of the day that you may have missed.

[0:00:30] ... that sound that everybody wants to hear in the country in. Is Houston Texans owner Bob McNair taking shots that Tom Brady and the patriots. We've read and read the quotes okay. The gas station in which I'm which he did that interview identifies ...
[0:01:51] ... intelligent things he says if you listen. Judge Berman he's saying what Tom Brady novels were better in the second half that would regulate this apple ball. Under that argument from Iraq moment a bit this ...
[0:02:50] ... this kind of dictatorship power Montreal. Yes who came to the party. Tom Brady Lucy what happened in the CBA. There might see it Kessler and in these Smith cliff would you not putting now to go before a commission be domestic Google can't we have got a problem. Tom Brady had to go for a ride prevail. Texas okay. Yeah that'd be in the also said Bob Brady is one of the ...
[0:04:01] ... verb is what you white suit white. He's got a problem with Tom Brady and he's convinced of his guilt. I don't understand it words at par and frankly it's no mystery murder technology sometimes confuses ...






We close out the Dale and Holley program with some of the best sound of the day that you may have missed.

[0:00:30] ... that sound that everybody wants to hear in the country in. Is Houston Texans owner Bob McNair taking shots that Tom Brady and the patriots. We've read and read the quotes okay. The gas station in which I'm which he did that interview identifies ...
[0:01:51] ... intelligent things he says if you listen. Judge Berman he's saying what Tom Brady novels were better in the second half that would regulate this apple ball. Under that argument from Iraq moment a bit this ...
[0:02:50] ... this kind of dictatorship power Montreal. Yes who came to the party. Tom Brady Lucy what happened in the CBA. There might see it Kessler and in these Smith cliff would you not putting now to go before a commission be domestic Google can't we have got a problem. Tom Brady had to go for a ride prevail. Texas okay. Yeah that'd be in the also said Bob Brady is one of the ...
[0:04:01] ... verb is what you white suit white. He's got a problem with Tom Brady and he's convinced of his guilt. I don't understand it words at par and frankly it's no mystery murder technology sometimes confuses ...






We discuss the NFL's insistence and inconsistency when they continue to rely on the term 'integrity' throughout this deflategate process.

[0:00:50] ... just weeded out. I think I will be announcing my ruling on Tom Brady suspension to date via Twitter at 4 PM eastern standard time. Now this a little tidbit for the boys and girls who ...
[0:03:46] ... were in the NFL office but we're just guessing. But it was Troy Vincent and in date guardian and who Webber might cancel whoever the the any got multiple sources because they were all reading off ...
[0:05:56] ... the blame for that with judge Berman. Yes that's OK if I'm Tom Brady and Jeffrey Kessler and I'm sitting in in judge government's courtroom. You know the first of the three sessions the 13 weeks ago or weeks it'll never once. I walked out of that courtroom and I Satan them in the packet that SUV with Tom Brady and I'm Jeffrey Kessler writes it probably selling nothing. I mean we have them. He doesn't like their case at all he made it click yes like their case why would we give up anything here. And I would Tom Brady wouldn't wreck but that's why am blaming Berman a little bit here 'cause I don't know the skills of of forcing a ...
[0:08:27] ... and I don't you dangle that journey and I do think that. Tom Brady in the league I'm talking about. Berman who everybody has said from the beginning it seems like he wants a settlement that ...






We discuss the NFL's insistence and inconsistency when they continue to rely on the term 'integrity' throughout this deflategate process.

[0:00:50] ... just weeded out. I think I will be announcing my ruling on Tom Brady suspension to date via Twitter at 4 PM eastern standard time. Now this a little tidbit for the boys and girls who ...
[0:03:46] ... were in the NFL office but we're just guessing. But it was Troy Vincent and in date guardian and who Webber might cancel whoever the the any got multiple sources because they were all reading off ...
[0:05:56] ... the blame for that with judge Berman. Yes that's OK if I'm Tom Brady and Jeffrey Kessler and I'm sitting in in judge government's courtroom. You know the first of the three sessions the 13 weeks ago or weeks it'll never once. I walked out of that courtroom and I Satan them in the packet that SUV with Tom Brady and I'm Jeffrey Kessler writes it probably selling nothing. I mean we have them. He doesn't like their case at all he made it click yes like their case why would we give up anything here. And I would Tom Brady wouldn't wreck but that's why am blaming Berman a little bit here 'cause I don't know the skills of of forcing a ...
[0:08:27] ... and I don't you dangle that journey and I do think that. Tom Brady in the league I'm talking about. Berman who everybody has said from the beginning it seems like he wants a settlement that ...






In honor of the benching of RGIII, we talk about four athletes who went from the top to the bottom real fast.