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Tom E Curran wrote about Adrian Peterson's visit with the Patriots. After his 1800s New Latin vocabulary words bring the show to a halt, the debate "rages" over if this is a good move for the Patriots or not. And our LNLL looks at one of the all time great broadcasters in the game today. And Lou Merloni.
Dale, Michael and Rich Keefe have fun listening in on Tim Tebow's at-bats for the Mets against Rick Porcello and the Sox. Warning - lots of mocking here because he didn't exactly fare well.
who spoke with Greg Bedard of the Boston Globe, Vega compares with Patriots edge rusher Rob Ninkovich . The Canadian Football League has served as an occasional pipeline for talent to the NFL for players who might have missed out the first time around. Quarterbacks
three seasons with the Patriots, Myers spent time with the Saints, Jets and Lions, and then played in the Canadian Football League . For more Patriots news, visit weei.com/patriots .
any inspiration from a fellow veteran quarterback to keep on plugging, he can look north of the border to the Canadian Football League , where 41-year-old quarterback Henry Burris just led the Ottawa Redblacks to a Grey Cup championship. Burris, who threw
also being questioned. McKnight played three seasons for the Jets and one for the Chiefs. He played in the Canadian Football League this season. He is the second ex-NFL player to die in New Orleans this year in a road rage incident. In April, former Saints player Will Smith was shot
by the Cincinnati Bengals in the fifth round of the 1974 draft out of Louisville. He spent two seasons in the Canadian Football League with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Ottawa Rough Riders before signing with the Patriots as a free agent in
runners on base, Salvador Perez drills a walk-off double . Your browser does not support iframes. From the Canadian Football League , Winnipeg receiver Ryan Smith isn’t looking when quarterback Drew Willy throws him a pass, but the ball somehow