In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz get into the Seattle Seahawks and cornerback Richard Sherman. Mike and Tony got back into the NFL’s investigation and how it will impact the Super Bowl. Finally, we hear from Mad Mike and Squeaky Mazz in the Final Word with Marc Bertrand.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz continue to discuss the league’s investigation into the Patriots handling of game balls. Bob Socci, radio voice of the New England Patriots, joined Mike and Tony to talk about NFL’s investigation and how it will affect the Super Bowl. To wrap up the hour, the guys got back into the league’s investigation.
Felger and Massarotti opened the day discussing the latest news in the NFL’s investigation into whether or not the New England Patriots knowingly deflated game balls. Mike, Tony, and Marc Bertrand also recapped Tom Brady’s and Bill Belichick’s press conference addressing the league’s investigation.
The Boston Herald's Jeff Howe talked to Toucher & Rich about the media circus at Gillette Stadium yesterday, if Belichick was right to blame Brady for deflated footballs, the NFL's part in the investgation and more.
Rich had the talk with his son yesterday. Not THE talk, but he had to explain to his son what happened to our hero Tom Brady in DeflateGate. Rosevelt Colvin called in. There's some funny prop bets from Vegas for Media Day and the Super Bowl. According to Fred, Gisele is old news at Soul Cycle. You'll never guess which Patriots player goes there now!
Adolfo interviewed people at a fast food restaurant about DeflateGate. Albert Breer of the NFL Network called in. Some reporter asked Tom Brady "What happened to our hero?" Mark Brunell got all emotional after Tom Brady's press conference, further proving Fred's point that NFL players are all emotional wrecks.
Fred, Rich and Wallach are ready to go to Arizona and talked about some travel plans. Fred wants to go to Alice Cooper's restaurant. Did Brady or Belichick come off as more believable yesterday? Do the Patriots look more favorable today? Fred says no.