Darrelle Revis is back in New York, and on Wednesday's podcast, I was not happy. Also, Comcast SportsNet's Mike Giardi joined me (39 minutes in)with his reaction to the Patriots losing the best cornerback in the NFL.
On Tuesday's podcast, WEEI's Chris Price joined me (17 minutes in) to discuss NFL Free Agency, but more specifically the New England Patriots. Darrelle Revis is still in the spotlight, and I explained why I have my eye on the Dallas Cowboys as a potential sleeper for the league's best cornerback. And I closed out the show with Paul Heyman's idea of a WWE/UFC championship unification.
NFL Free Agency doesn't officially begin until Tuesday, but that didn't stop some big-name players from agreeing to new deals over the weekend. On Monday's podcast, I reacted to some of the moves, including what Devin McCourty's return to New England means for Darrelle Revis. Plus, a look back at everything that happened over the weekend.
On Friday's podcast, I came down hard on the Boston Bruins for giving both Torey Krug and Reilly Smith so much money, but more so Smith. I also looked at some of the latest NFL news, which included Brandon Marshall traded to the New York Jets.
Anaheim Ducks winger Matt Beleskey joined me on Thursday's podcast (17 minutes in), presented by Violent Gentlemen. Plus, I opened the show with my thoughts on Vince Wilfork's departure from New England and other NFL news. I closed out the show with some strong thoughts about Toronto Blue Jays top prospect Daniel Norris' lifestyle.
The Boston Herald's Jeff Howe joined Wednesday's podcast to discuss all the latest NFL news, and more specifically, with the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. And my reaction to the LeSean McCoy trade.
Barstool Sports' Brian "Rear Admiral" McGonagle joined Tuesday's podcast to help recap the NHL Trade Deadline. Plus, my take on the NFL Franchise Tags, and possible free agents moving forward. And is there Cole Hamels trade news? Kind of.
It's deadline day for NHL trades and NFL franchise tags. Monday's podcast provided early reaction to some of the moves that were made on Sunday night and early Monday morning.
Arizona Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle was in-studio for Friday's podcast to discuss everything from his acting skills to the WWE to Monday's NHL trade deadline.
On Thursday's show, I played audio of David Ortiz' latest rant about MLB's new pace-of-play rules for hitters. I agree, and then go into a rant of my own about pitch clocks in baseball, and the people who want them. And I closed out the show with thoughts on Alex Rodriguez, Derrick Rose, and Kevin Garnett. Like every Thursday, it's all presented by "Violent Gentlemen."