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The former Patriots FB Heath Evans joins Mut and Merloni to talk about Brady's extension, what players across the league think of it, and what his thoughts are on Terrell Suggs.
One of the big questions facing the Patriots this offseason is the future of Wes Welker. ProFootballTalk.com's Mike Florio doesn't necessarily think the wideout is due for a huge payday. Florio also hits some topics around the league including Honey Badger's chances of growing up and the best and worst new head coaching gigs.
Belichick is the sole decision maker on the football side. Of course he has advisors he trusts like Nick Caserio and Floyd Reese and his college and pro scouts. But in the end, all critical football decisions are his. Don
the next five weeks in Foxboro, the busiest man at Gillette Stadium will be New England ’s senior football advisor Floyd Reese . When it comes to hammering out deals with agents for first-year players, he’s the man at the table representing
McNair had been shot and killed at the age of 36, it hit hard, especially for New England’s senior football advisor Floyd Reese . Reese served as Tennessee GM when McNair played with the Titans. “I am deeply saddened to learn of today’s tragic
moving on in that direction.” Since Pioli left, helping the Patriots move in that direction have been Nick Caserio and Floyd Reese , who were named New England’s director of player personnel and senior football advisor, respectively, shortly after
football staff where he has had to replace a lead personnel man (Nick Caserio for Pioli), a lead contract negotiator ( Floyd Reese for Pioli), an offensive coordinator (presumed to be Bill O’Brien for Josh McDaniels), a quarterbacks coach (O
of the day: Bill Belichick is not a big fan of ‘Moneyball’ in football. Yes, he has people like senior advisor Floyd Reese , consultant and confidant Ernie Adams and personnel chief Nick Caserio who due diligent football research. But in terms of
the void. Patriots personnel director Nick Caserio – with the input of coach Bill Belichick and special assistant Floyd Reese and a slew of scouts – is responsible for helping to put the roster together using any and all means. “I think really any
Belichick said. "Sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn't. I don't think I'd read too much into it. I think Floyd [ Reese ] and Scott [Pioli] in the past have always done that. Sometimes it comes together, sometimes it's a process
case with a lot of offseason workouts, a large group of support staff and front office folks also attended, including Floyd Reese . •We'll have more a little later this afternoon.
Pioli] and his staff did a great job it in the previous years, but I think Nick and Jon and Jason and those guys and Floyd [ Reese ] – they’ve all done a great job. Q: Do you look at Jerod Mayo and Brandon Spikes really being able to really complement each
In the latest edition of the "It Is What It Is" podcast, Chris Price and CSNNE's Mike Giardi take a look at the Patriots offseason on both sides of the ball, try and get a handle on which new guys will make an impact first, and whether or not the Patriots have altered their style when it comes to drafting and developing wide receivers.
Mike Florio joined the program to discuss the Jets decision to release Tim Tebow, he said the situation is as disaster all around for the Jets and that the problems begins with owner Woody Johnson. Mike also said that he was disappointed with the Pats moving back in the first round.
One of the hardest working men in the biz, Mike Petraglia aka "Trags", sits down with Butch Stearns live in Foxborough to help break down all the latest Pats moves. He discusses his reaction to the trade in Round 1 and the guys those picks produced. Also, the boys talk about the decent trade the Pats made in acquiring LeGarrette Blount from Tampa Bay for Jeff Demps and a 7th rounder.
Joe Castiglione talked with John Lackey after he picked up the W against the Twins. Lackey threw seven innings, and retired the 1st twelve batters of the game.
Dave O'Brien talked to John Farrell before the end of the Twins series. The Sox skipper said that Big Papi's success is no surprise given his work ethic.
John Farrell postgame press conference
Dale and DJ roll on with their puck talk and chat some more about the goalie matchup in this series, as well as the lack of a quality power play for both of these teams. In fact, DJ says the Rangers are even worse on the PP than the B’s! The guys also get into the resurgence of Milan Lucic and his deceptive speed and grit. Dale and DJ talk about the similar styles of play for these teams and look forward to Game 2.
LB joins the show in studio to discuss the Bruins taking a 2-0 series lead against the Rangers and what Claude should do when Seidenberg, Redden, and Ference are ready to play.
Mut and Merloni get into a Red Sox discussion after a successful weekend in Minnesota. They discuss Pedroia, Lackey, and the future of Ellsbury with the Red Sox.
What's better than a whole hour with NESN's Jack Edwards? Not much. We talk all hockey, all the time with Jack live from his study, with a "Loving Cup", whatever that is.
We talk hockey as the Bruins have had little problem taking a 2-0 series lead against the much talk about NY Rangers. Will this continue in games 3 and 4 at MSG? We discuss.
We tackle four topics we haven't yet touched upon today. Gronk!, Proms with celebs and athletes and much more.
Today on the Daily Planet the Bruins have a 2-0 lead over the New york Rangers, the Red Sox are back on the winning sde of things, and the noteable birthdays of the day.
The Bruins have almost finished raking the Leafs, the Red Sox struggle from the mound, Miami Heat fans show their level of class.
Daily Planet Wednesday May 8th
....uhhhh.....a bunch of bombs over there....
Sounds like a prostate exam to me!
Damn New Yorkers!
Linda explains how the shootout transpired in Watertown during the early morning hours. She saw the first suspect mortally wounded and police beginning the manhunt for the second suspect.More from this show
By and large, the focus of development in the minor leagues is on players. Still, there is a developmental path for coaches and managers in the farm system, as is evident from the fact that the previous two managers of the Red Sox' Triple-A affiliate in Pawtucket -- Torey Lovullo (2010) and Arnie Beyeler (2011-12) are now both on the Red Sox' big league coaching staff. They share their insights about the differences between player and coaching expectations in Triple-A vs. the majors, while discussing professional development from the perspective of former minor league managers who aspire to similar positions in the big leagues.More from this show