Every Thursday is presented by "Violent Gentlemen" and today, former New England Patriot Matt Chatham joined Thursday's podcast (21 minutes in) to defend locker-room attendant Jim McNally. And I continued to react to the fallout of what actually happened on the sidelines of the AFC Championship. Plus, a look at the NBA Trade Deadline's biggest potential moves.
On Wednesday's podcast, I lost my cool over ESPN's new Patriots report that lacks context. I even went on to defend Alex Rodriguez, who, for some reason, is being portrayed as some type of monster. And final thoughts on the NBA trade deadline, spring training, and the Boston Bruins.
Former Boston Red Sox infielder Lou Merloni joined me in-studio for Tuesday's podcast to talk snowstorms, MLB spring training storylines, and the 1999 ALDS.
Comcast SportsNet columnist Rich Levine joined Friday's podcast to talk NBA at the All-Star break. Plus, Brandon Wahlberg from the hit TV show "Wahlburgers" stopped by the studio.
Former NHL enforcer and Stanley Cup champ George Parros joined Thursday's podcast (presented by Violent Gentlemen) to discuss his clothing line, fighting in the NHL, and life after hockey. Plus, I closed out the show by crushing one media member who criticized David Letterman for "not asking the tough questions" to Bill Belichick.
As USA's Little League champs take some heat, Wednesday's podcast was a reminder to all of us that Gordon Bombay did things the right way, when he made the Hawks hand over Adam Banks to play for his correct district. On this day, we can all learn a lesson from the Mighty Ducks. Plus, Comcast SportsNet NBA analyst Kyle Draper joined the show (25 minutes in) to talk some basketball as we near the All-Star break. And we closed the show out with some final thoughts on A-Rod, Wes Welker, Brandon Browner, Kanye West, and Tyler Seguin.
WEEI's Jerry Thornton joined Tuesday's podcast (17 minutes in) to talk Patriots, Jerry Rice's gloves, and Rex Ryan still in the AFC East. Plus, my thoughts on another Boston snowstorm, the Grammy's, Monday Night Raw, the Knicks' horrible season, and the San Diego Padres' latest acquisition.
The son of two-time World Heavyweight Champ George Foreman was in-studio for Friday's podcast to discuss his new book, his gym, his boxing career, his family, and yes, even the George Foreman Grill.
Former NHL defenseman Ryan Whitney joined Thursday's podcast (25 MINUTES IN), all the way from Russia. Plus, my reaction to Pete Carroll continuing to defend the Seahawks' final play call in Super Bowl XLIX.