There’s been a Tom Brady sighting.
While his teammates were engaged in the first week of offseason workouts in Foxboro, paparazzi spotted the quarterback yesterday working out on the campus of UCLA. By the looks of this photo slideshow, it was a relatively solitary, low-impact workout, with only a dog to keep him company.
While Brady was big earlier in his career about working out in Foxboro over the course of the offseason — securing the best parking spot had been a big point of pride with him — the quarterback is doing more and more of his offseason conditioning away from Gillette Stadium. For example, he held workouts with Arizona quarterback Matt Leinart in California last spring.
For their part, his teammates sound relatively nonplussed Brady is not...
FORT MYERS, Fla. — On Wednesday, Adrian Beltre flashed what he described as his favorite play for the first time as a member of the Red Sox. On a comebacker that kicked off the foot of starting pitcher John Lackey, Beltre raced toward the mound, barehanded the ball and, while falling to his right, generated incredible power on a throw to first to clip Alex Cora.
“That’s probably my favorite play. I love to make those plays, especially when it’s supposed to be a base hit,” he said. “It’s always nice to know that I can still do that. I hadn’t done it this year yet.”
To see the frame-by-frame slideshow of his play, click here.
The divisiveness in the U.S. House of Representatives continued this week, with Republicans refusing to OK a resolution suggested by a Maryland Democrat to congratulate the University of Maryland basketball team for a great season that earned the Terps a spot in the NCAA tournament. Read more about this silly debate, plus get links to the day's top stories, plus videos, trivia and more, at Thursday's Morning Mashup.
John Holland scored 26 points and Boston University opened play in the College Basketball Invitational Wednesday night by traveling across the country and eliminating defending CBI champion Oregon State, 96-78. Carlos Strong added 22 points and Tyler Morris netted 18 for the Terriers, who shot 56 percent from the field and drilled 12 3-pointers.
BU , which won its first postseason game since 1959, will host Morehead State in a quarterfinal game Monday.
In the CollegeInsider.com Tournament, Harvard dropped a 93-71 decision to Appalachian State in Boone, N.C. Jeremy Lin had 11 points, seven rebounds and five assists for the Crimson in his final college game. Lin leaves Harvard as the only player in Ivy League history to record 1,450 points (1,482), 450 rebounds (494), 400 assists (406) and 200 steals (225).
Paul Pierce had a team-high 29 points and Kevin Garnett added 22 as the Celtics celebrated St. Patrick's Day with a 109-97 laugher over the New York Knicks at TD Garden. Pierce and Garnett were red-hot from the floor as Pierce made 11 of his 17 field goal attempts and Garnett was 9-of-11. Bill Walker started and scored eight for the Knicks, who were led by David Lee's 29. The Celtics improved to 43-24 with their third straight home blowout win and passed Atlanta for third in the Eastern Conference. For complete coverage, visit the Green Street blog.
Tom Curran calls the show to discuss the Vince Wilfork contract situation. After texting with Vince this morning, Curran says that Vince's camp is possibly trying to put the "genie back in the lamp" and that the possibility of the Pro Bowl DT returning to the team has improved.
Heath Evans of the NFL Network joins Mut and Lou to talk how Revis and Browner impact the Patriots defense, the Vince Wilfork Situation, and the arms race between Denver and New England
We talk Revis with his friend and mentor, former Patriot Ty Law.
Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck joins Mut and Merloni to discuss and reflect on the Boston Marathon Bombings a year later.
Jackie MacMullan talks some Celtics with Mut and Merloni as the season is winding down and the team is positioned to have a high draft pick.
Jackie MacMullan of ESPN Boston joins Mut, Lou, and Christian to talk about Rajon Rondo in the booth, the rest of the Celtics losing season, and the epic battle between the Pacers and Heat.
Dave O'Brien and Joe Castiglione talk with Red Sox starting left fielder, Grady Sizemore. grady talks about what it was like to hit a home run off his old teammate, C.C. Sabathia, and his reaction to not seeing Koji on the mound in a save situation.
Steve Lyons joins Dale and Holley to talk about the Red Sox and Yankees series and Michael Pineda's sticky hand.
Kevin Millar makes his weekly appearance to discuss Michael Pineda's apparent pine tar on his hand, the Red Sox loss to the Yankees, and the team's pitching.
Greg Wyshynski of Yahoo! Sports joins DJ to break down the first-round matchup between the Bruins and Red Wings. Also discussed is Zdeno Chara's Norris candidacy, transparency with voting for the NHL awards and whether the Canadiens will get out of the first round.
Shawn Thornton joined the show to preview the upcoming series against the Red Wings.
2 games left in the season and the Bruins are in the driver's seat for the President's Cup which is allowing them to coast and get healthy. Pierre McGuire updates Mut and Lou on the possibility of Seidenberg's return and talks about situations elsewhere in the NHL.
Crystel called in to defend the terrorists.
Our friend Michele McPhee joined the show to discuss the latest with Kayvon.
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.
Andy Brickley joins Mut and Merloni to discuss the Bruins Red Wings series, a possible Seidenberg return, and the power play.
Buster Olney joined Mut and Merloni to discuss the Lester contract offer and the trickle-down effect in the clubhouse, the defense of Xander Bogaerts, and the slow start
We speak with Matt Chatham, who re-tells his story from that fateful Monday and looks ahead to brighter things, including this year's marathon.
Dale, Michael and Steve Lyons reflect back on the event last year, and the good that has taken place since then as Boston came together.
We speak with David Abel of the Boston Globe, who penned the incredible piece on the Richard Family in this past weekend's Boston Globe.
Nifty jumps on the Planet for an hour.
Lou Merloni did play-by-play with Joe Castiglione today and then joined The Planet Mikey Show to talk about what went wrong, and a few things that went right as the Red Sox started their campaign to defend their World Series title.
WEEI.com's Chris Price joins John Ryder and Chris Villani on Planet Mikey to discuss the signing of Revis Island
The Red Sox' High-A minor league team in Salem recently had a 16-game winning streak that spanned two seasons. So what? From the standpoint of making prospects better and fostering player development, does that matter? Salem manager Carlos Febles (who managed Salem for the end of their winning streak, but who was also in charge of a 50-87 Single-A Greenville team in 2013) and Salem radio play-by-play man Evan Lepler discuss -- while also touching on a number of prospects in search of the next Earl Weaver and Vinegar Bend Mizell.
Scott and Ben recap WrestleMania 30 and talk about the death of the Ultimate Warrior.
Friend of the show, Brad Faxon, checks in to examine all the Masters action and to evaluate Bubba Watson's performance.More from this show
LB joins Mut and Merloni in studio to preview the Bruins first opponent in the playoffs, the Detroit Red Wings.More from this show
The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane. Today the guys discussed Aaron Hernandez getting in more jailhouse trouble.More from this show