What Celtics Need To Do To Make Space For Gordon Hayward Or Blake GriffinSo how exactly will the Celtics adjust to open up the salary cap space needed to sign a max free agent ($29.7 million) like Gordon Hayward or Blake Griffin? Here’s a few potential ways the team could proceed, assuming it can secure a commitment from either player.
Neely On Bruins Cap Situation: 'We're Paying The Price' For Chasing 2014 Stanley CupBruins president Cam Neely appeared on Felger & Massarotti Thursday afternoon for the first time of the 2014-15 season.
Jones: How Can The Bruins Get Out Of Salary Cap Jail?Adam Jones talks with Mike Loftus of the Patriot Ledger about the Bruins and the problems they face as they open up training camp.
Gresh & Zo: Kraft Wants Wilfork Back, But Business Is BusinessThe Patriots are in a very tricky situation with Vince Wilfork and it's apparent there's no "win-win" outcome in sight.
Patriots' Contract With Revis A 2-Year Deal For Salary Cap PurposesThe New England Patriots have not yet announced their deal with cornerback Darrelle Revis, but more is coming out about the reported contract.
Volin On Toucher & Rich: Revis Deal Puts Pressure On Wilfork To Take Pay Cut Or RestructureIn order to sign the types of free agents they need to sign in order to get where they want to get, they'll need Vince Wilfork and his $11 million cap hit to "play ball" so to speak.
Felger & Mazz: How On Earth Will The Broncos Avoid Salary Cap Jail?John Elway and the Denver Broncos are spending money like drunken sailors, but will it come back to bite them? No, no it won't. Because the cap is crap.
La Canfora On Toucher & Rich: Revis Can Be Had For A Third Round PickWhat could be most appealing to Tampa Bay is a dance partner willing to take Revis' $16 million contract. If that's true, then a third-round pick could get the deal done according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
Gresh & Zo: The Danny Amendola ProblemDid you like what you saw in Danny Amendola this year? You better have, because he's under contract for four more seasons.
Felger & Mazz: Will Brady Lose His Favorite Receiver Two Years In A Row?The Patriots were unable to reach a deal with Tom Brady's favorite receiver last offseason, and the same fate could be shaping up now.
Shalise Manza Young On Toucher & Rich: Patriots Hamstrung By Hernandez ContractThe Patriots need offensive weapons, but a good portion of their money is already tied up -- with Aaron Hernandez.
Barstool Sports' Jerry Thornton: Remember When Denver Cheated?Folks in Denver this week are quick to point out the Patriots' videotaping scandal as a reason why they won three Super Bowls in the early 2000's - apparently they have a short memory.