Here are the highlights from Monday’s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with Kirk Minihane, John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

— A passenger attempted to bring their large pet pig on a US Airways flight at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut. The person said the pig was for emotional support, but the flight crew said it was disruptive as it paced back and forth in the cabin, so the pig was removed from the plane for disorderly conduct.

“They let her take it on?” asked an incredulous Callahan

“It’s legal,” replied Minihane.

In 2012, a federal law allowed certain animals to qualify as emotional-support animals, including monkeys and miniature horses. The hosts couldn’t believe this.

Said Callahan: “You’re kidding. Oh, God. Miniature horses?”

“What are those called when they take the dogs to the nursing homes?” asked Dennis. “Those aren’t rescue dogs.”

Replied Callahan: “Therapy dogs.”

“So this is a therapy pig?” asked Dennis.

“As you know, I’m fostering puppies and we took them to a nursing home a couple of times and it’s great,” said Callahan. “You see folks who haven’t smiled lately in wheelchairs just perk up. … I will not foster pigs.”

— According to People magazine, actor Kirk Douglas died this past week. In actuality, though, the 97-year-old is still alive and well. The magazine’s website accidentally ran an obituary for Douglas on its website that said “DO NOT PUB” at the top, meaning it was not supposed to be published.

Said Callahan: “It was Thanksgiving weekend and we know how that works. Some fill-in producer and they let it slip. … If you’re Kirk Douglas, this a luxury most of us don’t get to experience. He gets to read his own obit.”

“That’s true,” replied Dennis.

“It’s boring, it’s a poorly written obit,” said Callahan. “I’m guessing The New York Times, and the Boston Herald or [Associated Press] has a obit of him, they haven’t published it yet, that’s a little better done than that one.”

Blog Author: 
Andrew Battifarano
Special Teamer Don Jones was waived in a surprising move, Chandler Jones practiced and the Patriots gear up for what could be their most difficult battle left in Green Bay.

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[0:06:50] ... the fact that they both had defining moments early in the year Aaron Rodgers coming out and saying relax and then. Turning it on after that backing up what he said patriots having the national TV ...
[0:07:48] ... offense they can control the game. They get ahead. So quickly as Bill Belichick pointed out earlier this week they have outscored opponents. 66 to nothing. I think in the first quarter overt you know the ...
[0:11:30] ... per rush so. I think about some of the old Tom Brady Peyton Manning gains went you know they were like 78 possession type games we have bullet. Long extended drives with a don't die keep ...

Celtics columnist, Chris Forsberg, joined Butch and Gordon Edes to talk about the young core of players, Brad Stevens' need to win, and the tough November schedule that the Celtics struggled through.

Here are the highlights from Wednesday’€™s Headlines on Dennis & Callahan with John Dennis and guest hosts Rob Bradford and Jon Meterparel. To hear the segment, go to the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still’€™s young daughter was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a rare type of cancer, in June. According to the girl’€™s mother, Channing Smythe, Still has not paid his daughter’€™s child support for the last four months. Still and Smythe split four years ago after their daughter was born.

The hosts had a tough time believing that Stills was having that much trouble paying for his daughter, especially after he recently made public appearances with her.

Said Bradford: “Here’€™s a weird thing about that is that you have this guy who is constantly seen with his daughter. And bringing her to places, doing things, and we see it all of the time. How is that possible, the whole time, without giving any child support? That seems bizarre.”

“It seems antithetical,” replied Dennis. “If he’€™s willing to go from Cincinnati to Delaware every week and spend quality time with her, wouldn’t the easy part be writing a check every month?”

“What, he shows up and she says, ‘Hey, where’€™s my money?’ ” asked Bradford.

Said Meterparel: “That’€™s what I’€™m waiting for, where’€™s the next layer of this story, he’€™s broke. He’€™s making $507,000 a year, which isn’t much by NFL standards. So clearly there might be a disconnect there.”

— While there have been many protests following the decision to not indict the police officer in the controversial Ferguson case over the shooting of Michael Brown, one African-American man took his voice to YouTube. Charles Patrick Furguson spoke his mind about general race relations, the legal system and police relationships with other African-Americans.

Most of his thoughts go against the grain about how most people feel about the situation at hand, saying a lot of the issues do not lie with the police but with individual people who give the police a reason to arrest them.

The hosts ran a large chunk of the clip and all but applauded the man’€™s opinions.

“You know what’€™s amazing about that?” asked Bradford. “Everything. If you watch it, it’€™s clearly not being read off a script.”

Said Dennis: “There’€™s no notes, he doesn’t look down once. That is off the top of his head.”

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Andrew Battifarano
BC football sideline reporter Scott Mutryn with the worst impersonation of all time.

[0:00:35] ... of times and I was so pretty you know we're about to college football team that I'd be able to. Maybe talk about how bought in college played a couple ballgame forget the court orders to university. Well they certainly do that Lou and I think they dominated throughout the game were you surprised to see that up for from the Eagles. Yet the well as you know but I made a bit mid Burrell. Where and Boston College kid throughout the South Bend, Indiana. In and acted under greed we have eight. If there's a couple ballgame and we prepared artists. Repair our hearts out and ...
[0:02:19] ... your radio partner Scott yes this satellite jets sideline guy from previous Boston college and also without the need to pro produced net sales and greet did and this does he sound a lot more like ...

Ben Cherington joined us to discuss the Sox off-season moves.
Dino picked the Pack.

[0:01:42] ... of Gillette Stadium. Andrew Luck while he is a sending is not Aaron Rodgers for the guys they've beaten and to all due respect Peyton Manning. This is their biggest test and it's on the road and this is a team that is as a lot. As the ...
[0:03:50] ... Kansas City three turnovers nearly 500 total yards they gave up. The Kansas City Chiefs. Implied was if this is as good as the patriots can't beat. Out what we're gonna get better able to exit this is the product watching. Obviously didn't approve and it there's some stuff and offensive line jailed you don't need Logan Mankins. I trust in their game plan expertise which is by the Oslo as do you let us deal but better about the ...

The top stories of the day.

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[0:00:54] ... is some are to be derive such as. Out blogging on the Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle DeVon still and his daughter Leah. Who by the way is such suffering from neural blast Obama rare pediatric cancer ...
[0:01:49] ... there's another part of the story this from the daily news a Cincinnati Bengals tackle DeVon still bubbling just preface this by saying. They're probably two sides to every story but the side we're hearing today about DeVon still Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle. Isn't so great. Still has not pay child support or Leah. According to Channing Smith that would be Leo's mother. ...
[0:02:55] ... expected to earn about 575000. Dollars. In the 2014 season with the Cincinnati Bengals apparently according to the mom hasn't paid child support before months Smith was stills longtime girlfriend. The couple split after Lee was ...

Ashley Byrne of PETA joined the show on the proper way to celebrate Thanksgiving.

[0:13:54] ... and elegant and haven't fished and Harvard degree. The tree along the Florida State that he has the attitude. Speed I want to I want in the middle that owns the middle of that we all ...
[0:15:36] ... back. You're going to hear from. DeVon still hear about DeVon still Cincinnati Bengals as you. Probably aren't a lot about his daughter Leah has cancer and that's been sort of the only feel good story in the National Football League this year. We're going to hear from officer Darren Wilson. From. I'll Ferguson Anderson Missouri and then we're going to play for ...

The guys opened the show discussing the official acquisitions of Sandoval and Hanley by the Red Sox