Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss Darrell Revis' comments to SI about the Patriots turning his mother away at the door of their 2015 championship ring ceremony.
Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss Darrell Revis' comments to SI about the Patriots turning his mother away at the door of their 2015 championship ring ceremony.

[0:03:22] ... by the way a guy who was essentially new winning that big Super Bowl ring that everybody got. And he's sending his mom today except his ring on his behalf. You letter I shut shut mom ...
[0:04:22] ... should be here Revis even your objection your team when when the super bowl of though personally ring you're gonna get a good career yeah atomic. Tech shares of plausible point two what are they just ...
[0:06:18] ... gets graduate buys you would buy but. Eight promises to get the trip to Disney World. They leave that very day that same day. Where they are there I don't know if they were there I don't know ...
[0:08:11] ... anybody into their homes and that you know how much of these Super Bowl rings worth you don't know than that in India you've got all those question marks. I think they did emotion wise. As I said there's there's video footage we've hole looked out of her dancing with wrong and and other guys down on the field after the Super Bowl or strike. I I think they have an idea who she was. And and I'll and I'll take it one step further ...






We close the show down with some of the best in sound that you may have missed.
We talk to John Farrell live from Houston amidst the Sox horrible road trip.
We close the show down with some of the best in sound that you may have missed.
We talk to John Farrell live from Houston amidst the Sox horrible road trip.
Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss the Sox and how this may already be the priciest bunch of pukes to ever take the field.
Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss the Sox and how this may already be the priciest bunch of pukes to ever take the field.
Inspired by Hanley Ramirez, we look at four Boston athletes that were known for doggin' it.
Inspired by Hanley Ramirez, we look at four Boston athletes that were known for doggin' it.