Felger and Massarotti were joined by Jermaine Wiggins and the guys opened the day discussing two topics. First the guys talked about Peter King’s interview with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. How many elite years does Brady have left? The guys also discussed the potential of the Boston Celtics acquiring Kevin Love from the Minnesota Timberwolves. How much are the C’s willing to give up to land Love? Boston Celtics radio color analyst Cedric Maxwell joined the guys to banter back and forth with Wiggy again.

In Hour 2 of Felger and Mazz, the guys and Wiggy got into the Boston Bruins. What roster adjustments will the Bruins make this off-season? Getting back into the Patriots, how much does Brady have left in the tank? The guys went on to play this week’s edition of 10 Questions with Wiggy. Before letting the callers ask Wiggy some questions, the guys continued to take calls on the Patriots and Kevin Love.

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During Hour 3, Felger and Massarotti discussed Jerry Remy and his son Jared Remy’s guilty plea to the murder of Jennifer Martel. What does Jared Remy’s guilty plea mean to Jerry’s future as the Red Sox television broadcaster? After snapping their 10-game losing streak, the Red Sox have won their last two games. Can there be any positives taken from the back-to-back wins? Finally, the guys got back into Rick Pitino’s comments about Dirk Nowitzki.

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In the fourth and final Hour, Felger and Mazz took calls on everything they discussed today. How many elite years does Tom Brady have left? What impact will Jared Remy’s guilty plea have on Jerry Remy’s future as the Red Sox television broadcaster? Mike and Tony also talked about the Eastern Conference Finals between the Montreal Canadiens and the New York Rangers. To wrap up the day, we hear the Final Word with Marc Bertrand.

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