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Tony Massarotti and Marc Bertrand kicked off the week talk about NFL Free agency. This weekend the New England Patriots signed former Arizona Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson and brought back cornerback Aqib Talib on a 1-year deal. Is the Wilson signing the best move by the Pats have made in free agency? Also, the guys tell their St. Patrick’s Day stories.
In Hour 2, Mazz and Bertrand talked about the Boston Bruins and yesterday’s 2-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins. During yesterdays loss, David Krejci took a shot off his knee. Reports are there are no broken bones and he is listed as day-to-day. Robert Kraft spoke today about Wes Welker’s decision to sign in Denver with the Broncos. Kraft admits Welker was their first choice, but Danny Amendola was the backup plan. Was Welker overpriced by his agent?
During the 4pm Hour, Tony Mazz and The Beetle continued to discuss Robert Kraft’s comments about the negotiations with Wes Welker. The Patriots are usually pretty quiet when it comes to discussing what goes on behind the scenes. Why did Kraft say what he said? Does the Patriots organization expect backlash from the fans for letting Welker go elsewhere? Tonight the Boston Celtics have a chance to put an end to the Miami Heat’s 22-game winning streak. The Celtics are saying that Kevin Garnett has a strained left adductor, which kept him out of Saturday’s game against the Bobcats and could cause him to miss tonight’s game. What will a win for the Celtics tonight mean?
In the 4th and final Hour, Tony Massarotti and Marc Bertrand continue to talk about Wes Welker leaving New England for Denver and Robert Kraft’s comments made earlier about that situation. The guys play some of Kraft’s comments and try to figure out who is to blame for Welker leaving New England. Is it Welker’s fault? His agent’s fault? The Kraft’s? Finally, it’s the Final Word with Adam Kaufman.