Would you rather pay 2-years and $12 million for Amendola, who will turn 33 in November, or Clayborn who is coming off of a 9.5 sack season and turns 30 in July?
Chris Price of the Boston Sports Journal joined the show on Wednesday to discuss the free agent exodus taking place in Foxborough and where the Patriots go next this off season.
I’ll admit, this pick is more out of spite and sticking it to the Bills. Because if Kyle Williams left Buffalo for New England, the Bills wouldn’t know whether to shut down New Era stadium or induct him into the ring of honor next season.
He’s done well for himself financially outside of football, owning 30 Dunkin Donuts franchises.
(That has to be the first time anybody has used a figure skating analogy to make a point about James Harrison. There’s no way those two topics have ever co-mingled.)
Despite retirement rumors, Patriots fans can rest easy because Dan Shaughnessy of The Boston Globe says Rob Gronkowski will be back next season.
Last year I predicted 6 players would stay in New England and LeGarrette Blount was the only one who the Patriots didn’t resign. I correctly predicted Brandon Bolden, James Develin, Dont’a Hightower, Matt Lengel (they signed his tender and cut him in August, still counts!) and Malcolm Butler (he was a restricted free agent, STILL COUNTS!)
There has been less time and energy spent on investigative journalism surrounding Rick Pitino’s unlawful dalliances and Bobby Knight’s exodus from Indiana than there has been on when Bill will hang up his hoodie.
By Aaron Jackson, With the offseason now here Patriots fans will likely move on to the next sport, and with the Bruins and Celtics performing the way they are who can blame them? But before you decide which one to move on to, let’s take a look at 5 burning questions I have for New […]
Mark grilled Barstool’s, Jerry Thornton, on a few Boston vs. Philadelphia pop culture topics. Hear what he had to say, below.