Former Patriots linebacker and current Big Ten Network analyst Rosevelt Colvin called Toucher & Rich Friday morning to cover a slew of NFL-related topics, including his reaction to the Miami Dolphins locker room controversy.
Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge discussed the end of the Celtics winning streak, the preparation of Coach Stevens in relation to other coaches he’s worked with and whether or not this upcoming draft class is all that.
Torey Krug of the Boston Bruins joined Gresh and Zolak for his weekly appearance and explained why the team is playing better, and also why producing on offense is so important for him.
Patriots insider Mike Giardi of CSNNE joined The Adam Jones Show to analyze their Monday Night Football matchup against the Panthers, and whether or not they have any interest in safety Ed Reed.
Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe spoke with Toucher & Rich Tuesday morning about the Red Sox offseason, including trade rumors and other possible moves.
Now that the Celtics have rattled off 4 straight wins, Mike Gorman of Comcast SportsNet New England thinks fans and media had a “rush to judgment” of the C’s when they started off the season 0-4.
Joe Haggerty of CSNNE joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the hometown team’s three game win streak, as well as which Bruins will make their country’s respective Olympic teams.
Gresh and Zo discuss the Richie Incognito interview with Jay Glazer from over the weekend, who attempts to clear his name in the alleged bullying of Dolphins teammate Jonathan Martin.
Orlando Magic general manager Rob Hennigan called in to preview tonight’s Celtics game, as well as the challenges his team faced from the Dwight Howard fallout, and his thoughts on the rebuilding Celtics and coach Brad Stevens.
The Patriots were off on Sunday, but there was still plenty of football to talk with CBS Sports and WFAN’s Boomer Esiason.