HOUR 2 - Glenn and Lou give the latest developments on the Malcolm Butler situation. Michael Lombardi made some comments over the weekend about what the compensation might be that the Pats are seeking. We also talk about the possibility of a Darrelle Revis return to New England. Later in the hour, we played some sound of Jay Glazer as he updated everyone on the case of Tom Brady's missing Super Bowl jersey. Finally, Lou gave his thought on Drew Pomeranz' triceps injury, and what the state of the Red Sox rotation is right now.
HOUR 1 - The show opens up with the news that Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey was found. The guys theorize who might be responsible. Glenn and Lou then get into the value of Isaiah Thomas. Glenn compares him to Allen Iverson. Lou argues that Thomas is a 'max contract' player.
A "Pete Abraham Grand Wizard" edition of the Whiner Line

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HOUR 4 - Pete Abraham is starting to block people on Twitter. Rex Ryan has been hired by ESPN. Hanley Ramirez as a designated hitter. Isaiah Thomas is a max contract guy right now.
HOUR 3 - St. Patricks Day conversation turns into a deep look at how bad Irish food really is. Lou doesn't want Benintendi batting in the 3-hole.
HOUR 2 - Glenn and Lou give updates on Malcolm Butler. They talk about how a potential Butler departure affects the perception of the Stephon Gilmore signing. Also, Marshawn Lynch may be coming out of retirement, Richard Sherman to the Saints maybe, the Giants have extended JPP and signed Geno Smith, and Le'Veon Bell can't go to prom.
HOUR 1 - Pete Abraham is getting obliterated on Twitter, and STILL hasn't issued an apology. The Globe is also silent. The "Pardon My Take" guys from Barstool Sports reported, yesterday, that Malcolm Butler will be traded to the Saints, but there is still no movement on that front. Michael Lombardi says the Seahawks may be trying to move Richard Sherman. Callers weigh in on the Pete Abraham situation.
HOUR 4 - The guys finish the show with some more developing Patriots thoughts including Dont'a Hightower's contract, Malcolm Butler in New Orleans, and Chris Gasper's article about Butler and the Pats. Also, we play some sound of Mut ripping Glenn from last night, which leads to a GLORIOUS line from Glenn (by mistake, of course) and there's been an update regarding the Citgo sign.
HOUR 3 - The guys take a look at some wacky, wild brackets that are going around, and let the listeners know that we're clearly a serious a sports radio show who wouldn't stoop to that level. However, we WOULD like to find a way to do weekly drunken podcast. Also, Christian is going on vacation, the guys struggle to find TruTV (like they do EVERY year), the Bruins are a completely different team under Bruce Cassidy, and Al Horford needs to play like he did last night, more often.
HOUR 2 - Pete Abraham was circling the wagon for David Price on Wednesday night, in a series since-deleted tweets, where he accused those critics of being racists. The Globe has been silent on the issue. Also, WEEI's John Tomase joined Mike Mutnansky, and put his OWN foot in his mouth in an attempt to defend Abraham.