FOXBORO -- Tom Brady believes in Randy Moss and he made that clear on Wednesday morning in Foxboro. Brady said during his weekly press conference with reporters that no one works harder to prepare himself for the upcoming game than Moss. "He's a great competitor," Brady said. "He works extremely hard. He's a huge part of this team. They don't break down all the film and see what we see and see what the other team is trying to do, game-plan wise. Randy's a great part of this team. He's a leader, he's a captain. He's a great teammate for all of us. You're not going to find anybody in that locker room that doesn't enjoy being around him. I love playing with the guy." Brady was reminded of the criticism thrown at Moss this week from former teammate Cris Carter and hall of famer Jerry Rice. For more, including audio from Brady, visit the football blog It Is What...
Mike Cameron's two-year, $15.5 million deal breaks down as follows: the 36-year-old will receive a $1 million signing bonus and $7.25 million salaries in each of the next two years. Cameron also will receive limited no-trade protection that gives him the right to veto trades to three clubs.
New Red Sox outfielder Mike Cameron met the media at his introductory press conference at Fenway Park Wednesday morning and donned jersey No. 23. Cameron, 36, said he feels that playing in Boston will rejuvenate him. "Being a part of this every single day is going to bring some added youth to my spirit," he said, referring to the intensity level of Boston and the history of the ballpark. "It's pretty special for me."
Cameron said he didn't think his outfield skills have diminished. "I think I've played Gold Glove-caliber center field my whole career, I don't always get recognized for it, but the numbers speak for themselves," he said.
Red Sox general manager Theo Epstein said the Red Sox have targeted Cameron for some time. "He's been one of the most consistent players in the game," Epstein said. "He's going to hit his 25 home runs every year and play outstanding defense, sees...
Tigers Woods was chosen as Athlete of the Decade in voting by The Associated Press, it was announced Wednesday. Woods won 64 events, including 12 majors, during the decade. He received 56 of the 142 votes cast by AP member editors. More than half of the ballots were returned after the Nov. 27 car accident that precipitated the downfall of Woods' public image. Cyclist Lance Armstrong finished second, and tennis star Roger Federer was third. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was a distant fifth, behind Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps and ahead of Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt. Read the full story here.
According to SI.com, the Mets have offered free agent outfielder Jason Bay a five-year deal, at a slightly lower annual average than was in their initial offer of four years and between $60-$65 million. It is also reported that the Mets have rekindled their interest in free agent outfielder Matt Holliday. Bay has been looking for a deal beyond the four years offered by the Red Sox, with one major league source telling WEEI.com Saturday that one team had extended beyond the four years prior to the Mets' most recent offer.
Shortly after the NFLRA released its statement demanding an apology from ESPN, Jim Quirk, the NFLRA's Executive Director, joined Mut to talk about the statement
WEEI's Chris Price joins Mut to talk about his experience of being in yesterday's Patriots championship parade, and which New England free agents could return to play for the Pats next season.
Super Bowl champ Vince Wilfork joins the show to talk about his feelings about winning the Super Bowl and what his future holds.
Flannery joins Mut to break down the Isaiah Thomas trade to Boston and what it means for the Celtics this season and in the future. Paul also chats with Mut about the other deals that happened at the NBA's trading deadline
We talk to Chris Mannix from SI to break down the C's acquisition of Isaiah Thomas and the crazy trade deadline in the rest of the NBA.
Jessica Camerato of basketballinsiders.com joins the show to talk about Marcus Smart, the starting lineup, and trade deadline.
David Ortiz takes a few minutes to talk with Mut, Bradford, and Tomase about some of his new teammates, who Pablo Sandoval reminds him of, and the rules aimed at speeding up the game of baseball.
Mut, Bradford, and Tomase are talking Red Sox spring training. and talk with Red Sox DH David Ortiz about the rules aimed at speeding up the pace of the game
Catcher Blake Swihart, one of the Red Sox top-rated prospects, sits down with Lou to talk about Spring Training and his expectations for the upcoming season
Pierre McGuire of the NBC Sports Network joins the show to talk about the Bruins' continued struggles, and what the team needs to do to improve moving forward
Dale, Michael and Jerry Thornton talk with the great Jack Edwards of NESN fame to get his insight on the struggling Bruins as the chances to salvage this season continue to dwindle.
Ryan Lambert calls the guys to talk about the Bruins playoff chances, Chiarelli's future and if the B's are sellers or buyers as the trade deadline approaches.
Big John can't take it anymore, JUST TALK ABOUT SPORTS!!!
Ben joined Dino, Gerry and Kirk to look at the team's offseason acquisitions. He also chatted about the market for adding quality Cuban talent.
Bogaerts sat down with Dino, Gerry and Kirk to talk about the upcoming season. He revealed that he lost his confidence last season after a tough start and is looking forward to settling into shortstop in the future.
With the recent discussions about the "pace of play", the guys discuss the larger issue of baseball's declining popularity.
The guys react to David Ortiz recent diatribe against the new rugulations about players in the batter's box
Michael and Dale discuss the re-emergence of the Celtics in the public's eye, especially since the trade to bring in Isaiah Thomas. The grit of this young team just might be contagious.
After David Ortiz' comments yesterday, more players are weighing in on MLB's efforts to try and quicken the pace of games in 2015. We discuss it with you.
Dale and MIchael discuss the Patriots and the plethora of players popping up as available in the NFL right now. Are any of them a fit here? We discuss.
Mikey, Mut, and Lenny are joined by the Rev girls, who are revealing the New Revolution uniform Tuesday at the House of Blues in Boston and talking about the Revs.
Mikey, Lenny, and Maggie talk Red Sox baseball with Red Sox Hall of Famer Bill Lee, who is in Florida and out of the snow that's perpetually burying the area.
Mikey gets a call from Kirk Minihane, who wants to clear the air with Mikey and get everything settled. It goes better than you think.
Boston University coach David Quinn joins WEEI’s Scott McLaughlin to discuss the Terriers’ Beanpot title and how he feels about his team as the postseason approaches. Quinn also discusses reports about NHL interest in goalie Matt O’Connor and briefly touches on a recent misstep by Jack Eichel.
After a wild trade deadline, Ben Kichen and Sam Packard breakdown the Celtics and the rest of the NBA. Then Sam yells at Ben about the use of analytics in basketball. Ben yells back.
Chris and Nate from Barstool Sports review the events of Fast Lane and Raw while discussing the potential card at Wrestlemania.
Schilling sits in with Dino, Gerry and Kirk at spring training in Fort Myers. Schill talks about the Red Sox rotation and the indifference of Clay Buchholz.More from this show
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Dale, Michael and Jerry Thornton listen in as David Ortiz goes off to the media about the pace of game rule changes being put in place this year in Major League Baseball. They listen to David, discuss it among themselves, and talk with YOU.More from this show
Red Sox Manager John Farrell joins Dino, Gerry and Kirk to help them examine the pressing issues facing the 2015 Red Sox.More from this show