Gresh & Zo
With the Patriots unlikely to place the franchise tag on Aqib Talib by this afternoon’s deadline, the team reportedly has another shutdown corner in their plans.
Despite the attention and “controversy,” Rondo hasn’t let it negatively affect his play on the court. In fact, he’s played very well, and that’s something that head coach Brad Stevens has appreciated from his point guard.
Riley Cooper signed a five-year deal worth $25 million, $10 million of it guaranteed. Gresh and Socci discuss whether Julian Edelman will get a similar payday.
The unofficial countdown to the NFL Draft kicks off this week as the combine is underway at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Gresh, Zo and Hardy brought back the No Huddle for a special Combine Edition.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak caught up with Celtics coach Brad Stevens Friday afternoon as he sat on the team bus heading to shootaround in preparation for tonight’s game against the Lakers.
The Boston Globe’s Dan Shaughnessy shed some light on the David Ortiz press conference from Wednesday and the verbal altercation reported to have taken place.
In terms of modern greatness in sports you can’t begin the discussion without mentioning Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak compared the two future Hall of Famers Thursday morning.
After defeating the Cardinals to win the World Series, the Red Sox bolstered their roster in the offseason by signing Edward Mujica, Burke Badenhop, Jonathan Herrera, Grady Sizemore and a 37-year-old A.J. Pierzynski…wait what?
Don’t let Aqib Talib sign with another team, because this Patriots defense is very close to being elite, according to Albert Breer of the NFL Network.
Michael Sam is forcing the NFL to voyage into uncharted territory, and the team that drafts him will be put to the ultimate test.