Tony Massarotti and Adam Jones, who is in for Michael Felger, kicked off Agenda Free Friday discussing the latest with Brady case and the impending MLB trade deadline. Earlier today, it was reported that the NFL and NFLPA want to expedite the DeflateGate case and get it done before the start of season.
With the MLB trade deadline ending today at four, the Red Sox have an opportunity to make some moves during a disappointing season. Zolak and Bertrand talk about what moves could be made and who the Red Sox could be targeting before the trade deadline.
On this hour of Toucher & Rich, 98 Mile names its first finalist, NFL Network's Albert Breer discusses the latest news around the league, and the Jets fan who paid for the Cheaters banner to fly in Foxboro joins the program.
In 2009, a Jets equipment staff member was caught using illegal substances on the kicking balls on the Jets' sidelines. Zolak and Bertrand discuss if this incident may help Brady's case in federal court.
With the Deflategate issue seemingly headed to court, the judge hearing the case urged both sides to settle out of court. Zolak and Bertrand are down in Foxboro, and they start the show discussing the recent findings in Brady's suspension appeal.
Is John Farrell Finally Seeing the Writing on the Wall?
John Farrell has started being more critical of some of his players in recent weeks to the media and Adam Jones wonders if Farrell finally sees the writing on the wall that his days as Sox manager are numbered. Jones and Matt McCarthy also discuss was the Red Sox have to trade at tomorrow’s trade deadline.
Providence Journal Patriots beat writer Mark Daniels joined the Adam Jones Show to discuss the latest developments in Tom Brady’s Federal Court case against the NFL. The guys also talked some football following the Patriots first public workout at Gillette Stadium.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continue to take calls on Brady’s suspension before they got into the some Boston Red Sox talk. Mike and Tony discussed the struggling Red Sox and some trades that have been made before tomorrow’s deadline.
In this hour of Toucher & Rich, James Stewart and Rich Keefe go head-to-head in the first semifinal matchup of 98 Mile III. CBS Sports' Will Brinson joins the show to talk eveything Tom Brady, and T&R kill some time waiting for Bill Belichick's press conference.
In this hour, Toucher & Rich reveal the results for the Wallach vs. Bertrand 98 Mile III rap battle. Fred talks about his appearance on SportsCenter, and they have some fun with Bill Belichick's press conference on Tuesday.
Joe Murray (in for Adam Jones) plays the Game of Jones on a Would You Rather Wednesday. Would you rather sit through 4 quarters of the Patriots 4th pre-season game, or 3 innings of a Rick Porcello start? Would you rather be a lawyer for the NFL or the NFLPA in the Brady case? Joe answers those and more.
NESN Patritos beat reporter Doug Kyed joined Joe Murray (in for Adam Jones) to discuss the latest Tom Brady news including Robert Kraft’s unexpected statement Wednesday morning, and the NFLPA’s official court filing to throw out Brady’s suspension.
Tony Massarotti kicked off the Baseball Reporters discussing Mookie Betts’ trip to the seven-day concussion disabled list. Mazz also broke down the Toronto Blue Jays trade of short-stop Jose Reyes for Colorado Rockies short-stop Troy Tulowitzki. Tony also began to preview trade options for the Boston Red Sox as Friday’s deadline approaches.
During the press conference right before the start of training camp, Belichick was in regular season form, giving the media the bare minimum. Bertrand and Jones discuss the questions asked to Belichick and what they got from the conference as a whole.
In this hour of Toucher & Rich, John Wallach and Marc Bertrand go head-to-head in 98 Mile III, CBSBostonsports.com's Mike Hurley joins the show to discuss everything DeflateGate, and T&R play internet police with an Indy reporter.
With Robert Kraft speaking today during the training camp press conference, he came out and bashed the NFL while stating his support for Brady. Bertrand and Jones reflect on whether or not Kraft's comments actually helped Brady's image after the ball deflation scandal.
A day after the appeal ruling from the NFL upheld Tom Brady's four game suspension, Brady released a statement on Facebook. Bertrand and Jones react on what the quarterback had to say after his suspension was upheld.
With the Brady suspension being upheld, Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick both spoke to the media for the start of training camp. Bertrand and Jones, filling in for Zolak, react to the statements made by both Kraft and Belichick.