Jeff Howe from The Boston Herald joined Adam Jones on Wednesday night. Jeff shared his insight on where the Patriots are at entering week three of the NFL season. They also talked about Tom Brady’s chemistry that he has with his receivers.
Would You Rather Wednesday: Derek Carr or Jimmy Garoppolo, Andrew McCutchen or Adam Jones, Healthy scratch this weekend, Dobson, Thompkins or Amendola, Watch Bad Judge or Blackish, Dee from Its Always Sunny or Elaine from Seinfeld?
David Steele of Sporting News joined Adam Jones to talk about everything that has been going on the NFL, over the last week. From Adrian Peterson to Jonathan Dwyer, more names seem to be added to the list of players who are charged with something. It’s truly troubling for the league.
In Hour 2, Felger and Mazz talked about the latest news surrounding Adrian Peterson and the NFL. How badly has the NFL handled the Adrian Peterson child abuse allegations and the Ray Rice investigation?
Felger and Massarotti kicked off the day discussing the Boston Bruins and the start of training camp. When training camp opens tomorrow, both Torey Krug and Reilly Smith could be the first two holdouts in the Peter Chiarelli era. Have the Bruins done enough to improve the squad?
Days after reactivating running back Adrian Peterson, the Minnesota Vikings announced this morning at 2:30am that they placed Peterson on the exempt/commissioner's permission list, which means they'll continue to pay him but he won't be playing for the near future. Gresh, Zolak and Albert Breer discuss.
Wide receiver Danny Amendola has had one, maybe two standout games during his tenure with the Patriots. Has he fallen out of favor with Tom Brady? Is he still injured? Why can't he contribute? Andy Gresh, Scott Zolak and the NFL Network's Albert Breer weigh in.
The NFL has no clear cut policy on how to deal with arrested/indicted/charged players. Adrian Peterson proves that. The guys took calls on AP and advertisers potentially pulling out their sponsorships.