The Preacher and the Teacher talks Celtics. The guys discuss what the Celtics could do in terms of trading draft picks. Also they talk some time travel.

[0:02:07] ... member of the club interesting way and. What did you time travel Jerry Kelly and recommend a book or timing of it was called manhunt or something like it used to vote John woke people on ...
[0:12:02] ... would happen is it's only go down and and Massey plays like Aaron Rodgers. With the the burgeoning and vs the to a company cliches played trying to iron out here. If they're not eight depends ...
[0:15:30] ... as like city. He's into your ability is not even close without Tom Brady. One shot by a lot stronger shaking was out for a few weeks now and it's not about Islam as they do ...
[0:16:37] ... excited that that's what the longest in the NFL and I know Tom Brady people like unique you don't is no question about it MMI and experience beast. And I know that. The public doesn't have ...






The Preacher and the Teacher talk trading Jimmy Garoppolo and possible returns for him. The guys take calls and get into some heated discussions over the Patriots.

[0:00:24] ... Saturday February 18 the second to the last weekend in February and Larry Johnson. Let the slow times roll because you've now. Once the Super Bowl and all the hype and hoopla and the pomp and ...
[0:05:12] ... in Baltimore yet. And then his old team Tampa Bay one what Brad Johnson number back right you're immortal. Brad Johnson that was the day that Rich Gannon got picked five times as Super Bowl for Oakland. And now tamper ran away with that most of the time however and certainly in this error when Brady and Manning. Name the last time Brad Johnson might have been the last time. A team won without. Not a great quarterback but certainly a very good quarterback Eli Manning ...




The New York Times says Bill Belichick is a paying member of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club. (Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports)

The New York Times says Bill Belichick is a paying member of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club. (Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports)

Last weekend, Patriots owner Robert Kraft was photographed dining with President Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla. Don’t be surprised if his coach, Bill Belichick, is spotted at the property at some point this offseason.

For the third time in as many weeks, Trump is spending the weekend at his members-only club, which he’s turned into a winter White House. Last week, controversy arose when Trump was briefed about North Korea’s ballistic missile test on the resort’s patio, creating the possibility that onlooking patrons were privy to classified information.

In a story Saturday, the New York Times runs down some of the club’s dynamics, including concerns about members using their status to wield influence with the president. Shortly after Trump was elected to the Oval Office, the entry fee doubled to $200,000. Most of the nearly 500 paying members are real estate developers, Wall Street executives and other titans of industry who will be likely be affected by the administration’s policies.

The article primarily focuses on the largely anonymous corporate executives who bandy about the property, but it also mentions a couple of members who are well-known to Bostonians: columnist Howie Carr, and Belichick.

It’s not surprising that Belichick is a member. Last year, he and his girlfriend, Linda Holliday, took an after-dinner picture with Trump at Mar-a-Lago.

Perhaps another meal is on the schedule. Trump still has to congratulate Belichick on the Super Bowl win, and thank him for the endorsement letter he wrote before the election.

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Alex Reimer
Pete and Pat Gilroy are talking about the Patriots offseason and what moves they could make. THe biggest focus being whether they will be trading backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo.
Pete and Patrick Gilroy talk with Boston journalist and writer about his upcoming projects, the Tom Brady book and movie chronicling the Deflategate saga and eventual Super Bowl LI win.

[0:00:45] ... He is involved. With the new book and movie coming out about Tom Brady data it's a Pete Patrick in Boston that would take a few right doing. Sure there are aired on well one thing on their forget viewing in your lovely wife Jessica Jessica's as a sabre is and so to Ares. Well my wife and grit and yeah she dug much Lisa. Wait are you have to be replaced soon. Their ID card for reminding me why or how that's what they do it. All right so how does at all. Are the salt out of this all come about with Tom Brady. So you know as you get laid out color might might. Author resonate there. We we work. Are patriots say it was which screenwriter couple got Nepal canvassing Eric Johnson. Staying where Oscar nominated for a fighter and they'll look the finest hours which was co op Q Sharon wrote that book ...
[0:02:58] ... her words out there yet the reality here. You know you know Tom Brady. Was always an armed OK it was never supposed to really be what he is today in the sixth round pick. Didn't ...
[0:05:49] ... feel better it was an amazing moment receive Austin. And I think Tom Brady gridlock crossing characteristics. To the city at all. When when treated wanna come here. But doctors talked on Brady and look at ...
[0:10:47] ... looks just like him to me that to pull out Beasley is Matt Damon will he be a top of the list possibly. I don't know you know I don't know it won't want to article ...






Pete and Patrick Gilroy look ahead to the second half of the Celtics season and if this team is primed to make a run even if they don't make a splash at the trade deadline.
Pete and Keefe are talking about the Celtics and what Danny Ainge may do at the trade deadline, or if he will wait and see how the lottery plays out with the Brooklyn Nets pick and free agency.
Holley and Keefe discuss the Celtics loss in Chicago and the tough foul call on Marcus Smart that basically handed the Bulls the victory.
Holley and Keefe discuss the Celtics loss in Chicago and the tough foul call on Marcus Smart that basically handed the Bulls the victory.
With All-Star weekend and the dunk contest upon us, Keefe and Holley discuss the NBA's current best dunkers, plus our top 5 all-time greatest dunk artists.