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As the Patriots come off their win against the Panthers, Mustard and Johnson discuss Jimmy G and how he performed. Also, Red Sox fall for the 3rd straight game.
Kirk & Callahan with Mut discuss the Patriots QB situation heading into preseason Game 3, and Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy's morning take on the team which mirrors Kirk's.
Patriots like they’re above the law ... and Deflategate is the definitive proof. ... That’s when the former Chicago Bears star attacked the issue with biting sarcasm. “That didn’t happen right? I thought it went away. No one ever got fined
the cap), Atlanta Falcons ($279.3 million, 109.1%), Seattle Seahawks ($274.9 million, 107.4%), Chicago Bears ($271.5 million, 106%) and Denver Broncos ($269.8 million, 105.4%). ... If teams don’t meet their individual 89% thresholds (and/or the league as a whole its
the PUP list. And will Charles Woodson -- as great as he is -- be able to duplicate his career 2009 season? -- Chicago Bears (6-10) If being a head coach in the Super Bowl is the equivalent of playing a sold-out concert at Madison Square
per Brian McIntyre of Mac’s Football Blog), when he went 8-for-10 for 63 yards and a touchdown against the Chicago Bears in a game that ended up as a 38-23 win for the Patriots . In that game, it appeared that the goal was to get Brady and the starting offense off
are the Bruins. When Dennis Green was coach of the Arizona Cardinals he had the infamous line after losing to the Chicago Bears in dramatic fashion "They are who we thought they were!" Well, the Bruins are starting to look like the team we thought they were ... last September. That was before the team started laying bricks across the
FOXBORO — Nearly 24 hours later, Bill Belichick isn’t changing his approach on the way the Tom Brady matter was held before Thursday’s preseason game with the Bears. About 60 minutes before Thursday’s game, Belichick told the team’s pregame radio broadcast that the quarterback would be making his
FOXBORO — Even Jimmy Garoppolo was caught off guard. The credo of every quarterback in the NFL — and especially under Bill Belichick — is be ready to enter the game at all times. The thinking of the Patriots coach Thursday reportedly was to start Tom Brady in his final home game before Oct. 16 […]
FOXBORO — Anthony Johnson made himself quite the name in Thursday night’s 23-22 win over the Bears at Gillette Stadium. The nose tackle out of LSU has had to remake his image from a 325-pound space-eater to a 280-pound up-the-field force as a defensive lineman. The undrafted lineman came into the
FOXBORO — The weather should be ideal as Tom Brady is expected to start in the second preseason game as he makes his final Gillette Stadium appearance before Week 6 against Cincinnati. The forecast is calling for clear skies and 79 degrees for the 8 p.m. kickoff at Gillette. There’s no rain in the
foot-11, 200-pounder, originally entered the NFL as a fourth-round (131st overall) draft choice by the Chicago Bears in the 2014 NFL Draft out of Minnesota. He played in all 16 games with four starts for the Bears in his rookie season