• UMass: UMass announces the cancellation of the fall sports season
  • Patriots: Patriots add depth to their backfield by signing Lamar Miller
  • Boston College: Day 5: Coach Hafley speaks on the season and QB’s meet the media
  • Patriots: Cam “meets” the media for the first time
  • UMass: For the Minutemen, a season of uncertainty brings an opportunity to get better

Patriots Pulse Blog: Blount Force Trauma Is Back in New England.

“Blount” force trauma is back! The Patriots have re-signed running back LeGarrette Blount to a one year deal. Bill Belichick played his cards right with Blount. He didn’t rush to re-sign him. Instead, he gauged the running back market and other teams interest in Blount. Once he saw that Blount was struggling to find work, he re-signed him. Blount rushed for 703 yards and six touchdowns on 165 carries last…

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Doc’s Daily Rants for 4/12/16

Isaiah Thomas and the Celtics are collapsing at the wrong time! 1. The Red Sox laid an egg yesterday, especially David Price. He’s suppose to be the stopper. He looked anything like one yesterday. But don’t worry, Clay Buchholz is pitching tonight! My nippies are already hard. GIVE ME A BREAK! HE SUCKS! 2. The Celtics are frauds! How do you come out flat at home against a team you…

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Idiot of the Day: Josh Gordon (Two-Time IOTD)

Suspended wide receiver Josh Gordon has failed yet another drug test. Gordon took the test last month and it was revealed yesterday that he failed it. Just like Justin Blackmon, Gordon is proving to be another monumental failure who can’t stay clean. Gordon gave the appearance that he had turned his life around but apparently that’s not the case. It was revealed this past weekend that he is living with…

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Bloody Red Sox Blog: Sox Come Up Lame in their Home Opener. 

Chris Davis “crushed” the Red Sox chances of winning their home opener with a three run homer in the ninth. (courtesy of the Washington Post)  The Red Sox came up lame this afternoon in their home opener losing  9-7 to the Orioles. David Price and Craig Kimbrel both got roughed up in their home debuts. The Sox offense once again provided enough run support but the pitching was disappointing.  Price…

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2016 NFL Draft: First Round Mock Draft 2.0

Jalen Ramsey might just be the most talented player in this draft. Here it is patients. My second of four four mock drafts. Enjoy. 1. Tennessee Titans: Laremy Tunsil OT Oke Miss: The Titans are looking to trade down but if they don’t, they’ll draft Tunsil to beef up a suspect offensive line. 2. Cleveland Browns: Carson Wentz QB North Dakota State: Wentz had an impressive pro day two weeks…

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NFL At Large: Four Downs with Doc for 4/10/16

The Jets better get used to seeing Ryan Clady in civies. It’s going to be a frequent occurrence.  1st Down: Former All-Pro Defensive End Will Smith Shot to Death: Former all pro defensive end Will Smith was shot to death last night after a traffic accident. Smith’s wife was also shot multiple times but survived. I can’t even wrap my brain around this senseless act of violence. Smith was a…

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Black and Yellow Blog: The Bruins Would Be Making a Major Mistake if They Fired Claude Julien. 

Thanks to another late season collapse, the Bruins failed to make the playoffs for the second straight year. So, who has to shoulder the blame? Cam Neely? Don Sweeney? Claude Julien? The players? I think all parties involved should the blame but to fire Julien is not the answer. Julien is one of the best coaches in the NHL. Firing him would be a mistake. If anything, Cam Neely should…

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Doc’s Daily Rants: Weekend Edition.

If Cam Neely and Don Sweeney were smart, they wouldn’t fire Claude Julien.  1. The Bruins choked! PERIOD! Julien deserves blame, Neely deserves blame but more importantly, the players deserve blame. They are all at fault!  2. Firing Claude Julien is not the answer. Who is out there that is a better coach than Julien? Guy Boucher? Marc Crawford? Jacques Martin? Give me a break! Julien is a better coach…

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