Kirk, Gerry, and Trenni discuss the potential return of Gary Tanguay and the hazing of Joe Thuney. Headlines with Kirk.
Schefter discusses his report that that Patriots will receive at least a first round pick for Garoppolo and denies Trent Dilfer's take that Schefter was given information by the Patriots.

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[0:06:40] ... possible so the gonna hire always openings will be filled with a Super Bowl so if mcdaniels takes a job. Or Patricia. They're gonna have to take that job and then stay with new England and then until the Super Bowl correct. Yeah a little work to do more than adequate situation television Seattle. And there's an agreement tailor it to job and ...
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Tim Hasselbeck thinks Matt Ryan should be the MVP
Tom Brady recaps a week 17 victory and looks ahead to the NFL playoffs
Gary Tanguay is meeting with Kirk and Joe Zarbano
Tom Brady and Tim Hasselbeck join the show
Gerry was pretty chatty at the Patriots Day preimere
Kirk and Gerry are back from vacation and talk about the 14-2 Patriots. Both think Brady should be MVP.
Chris Villani updates the latest happening in the Aaron Hernandez trial(s) after his Boston Herald coverage. Also, Chris, Butch and Trenni react to Kevin McHale telling Minihane that the '86 Celtics would beat modern day Golden State.
Steve Buckley, Trenni Kusnierek, and Chris Villani discuss the lack of fans watching the Bruins and Celtics during the regular season