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Danny and Price react to the HOF class that was announced last night. They get into the names and legacies, especially a questionable one in Tony Dungy.
Butch Stearns, Rob Bradford, and John Tomase discuss Tom Brady's decision to attend the Super Bowl 50 festivities
Armstrong, Todd Rucci, Max Lane and Lawyer Milloy. (He also said he’s checked in with two former teammates, Ted Johnson and Kevin Turner, who are suffering from medical conditions during their post-playing days.) It’s likely that more than
McGinest’s game-saving fourth-down tackle. “All bets are off at the 1-yard line,’’ Patriots linebacker Ted Johnson said. “It’s whoever is tougher and whoever executes better, really. On that play, we were better
AGENT SIGNINGS 1. Monty Beisel/Chad Brown, 2005 The Pats went into an important transition year at linebacker after Ted Johnson retired, Roman Phifer moved on and Tedy Bruschi suffered a stroke. And Pioli and Belichick simply failed in finding
not after '05, which is when McGinest left. The year before saw Ty Law get released, Tedy Bruschi suffer a stroke, Ted Johnson retire, Roman Phifer depart and Romeo Crennel take the job in Cleveland. And then, early in
2005 seasons. Tedy Bruschi had his stroke and hasn’t been the same since. Ty Law was released into free agency. Ted Johnson retired. Roman Phifer wasn't resigned. Romeo Crennel took the head coaching job in Cleveland. Rodney Harrison, three
It’s not the knees he’s concerned about now as much as the upper part of the body, namely the head. Like Ted Johnson , he is actively involved with brain injury awareness through his company Brain Network Activation. “Just the
beating in the AFC championship. (Mark J. Rebilas/USA Today Sports) SAN FRANCISCO — Former Patriots linebacker Ted Johnson watched like everyone else as Tom Brady was hit some 20 times in the AFC championship, including four sacks. His
SAN FRANCISCO — Ted Johnson has made a name for himself after winning three Super Bowls with the Patriots by being outspoken. He’s at it again. Speaking
Ted Johnson is still outspoken on HGH and brain injuries. (Mike Petraglia/WEEI.com) SAN FRANCISCO — Ted Johnson has made a name for himself after winning three Super Bowls with the Patriots
players and their work habits: “Nobody works harder than Ted. Nobody’s more diligent. Nobody trains harder.” — on Ted Johnson , 8/30/2000 “I do feel bad for Rodney. Nobody has worked harder than he has. He’s had a couple of significant injuries