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Evan Lazar covers the Patriots for CLNS Media Network. Twitter: @ezlazar   1:00 – Evan Lazar of CLNS Media Network 2:00 – Jamie Collins returns to the Patriots 13:30 – Patriots re-sign DT Danny Shelton 19:00 – When will Tom Brady get his contract extension? 22:00 – What to look for in OTAs coming up

The latest NFL preview podcast from the Sports Gambling Podcast is their NFC North Preview. The guys are joined in studio with Ryan Conner a Chicago Bears fan and stand up comedian. You can follow Ryan on Twitter @RCComedy.

The Patriots need to select a Quarterback in this year’s NFL Draft.  We know it, you know it, Tom Brady knows it. The main questions are who will it be, and when will they get him? This is by all accounts a dynamite QB class with the possibility of 4 Quarterbacks taken in the first

A lot of ink has been spilled this offseason about the future of the Patriots big-3 of Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Rob Gronkowski.  Most people assume that all three will be back this year and all this hand wringing done on Sports-talk TV and talk radio is much ado about nothing. Yet it’s mid-April

Trags welcomes back Ryan Hannable of WEEI to break down the trade of Brandin Cooks to the Los Angeles Rams. The Patriots now have 4 picks in the first two rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft.  Will they package the picks to try and move up for a premiere Quarterback?  Also what does the Cooks

Trags welcomes back NESN’s Zack Cox to break down what happened at the NFL owners meetings as well as how Bill Belichick approaches roster building and why the Patriots might not have to abide by the Rooney Rule when hiring Belichick’s successor. 1:00 – Zack Cox of NESN 2:00 – Robert Kraft addressing the media

Trags and’s Kevin Duffy try to make sense of the mass exodus from New England via NFL free agency, as multiple key pieces of the Patriots 2017 team have left. The guys discuss the departures of Nate Solder, Danny Amendola, Dion Lewis and Malcolm Butler and how the Patriots will attempt to fill the

The Boston Bruins came from behind in the third period tonight to beat the Carolina Hurricanes 6-4. David Pastrnak led the way with three goals in the third to give the Bruins the edge. Matt Grzelcyk, Brad Marchand, and Danton Heinen also scored tonight for the Boston Bruins. This Bruins team is showing they don’t quit

Trags welcomes in Adam Kurkjian of The Boston Herald to review the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. The guys discuss the best looking prospects at QB, TE and CB, bringing up topics such as whether Lamar Jackson is the right fit at QB in New England, whether the Patriots will draft a tight end early on

Trags welcomes back Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal to discuss the bizarre offseason that Rob Gronkowski has had, how New England will look for replacements for both Gronkowski and Tom Brady, New England’s upcoming free agents and much more. 1:00 – Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal 2:00 – Daniels explains why and how

For legions of fans, the New England Patriots are synonymous with winning. They’ve built one of the greatest dynasties in professional sports history off the strength of a visionary owner, and the greatest coach and quarterback in NFL history. Look back before the dynasty – before the five Super Bowl wins – and you’ll find

Turn on your TV or flip on your smartphone and the chances of you finding your favorite sports writer or analyst on a program or podcast are quite high. That wasn’t always the case, in fact, that was out of the ordinary. Lesley Visser made the full-time switch from The Boston Globe – where she

OJ Simpson is one of the most controversial figures in American history. Leddy was able to converse with the man who currently represents him, Malcolm Lavergne. The much anticipated interview with OJ Simpson’s lawyer Malcolm Lavergne (@SinCityAttorney) is finally here. He had some harsh words for the Goldman family, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Judge

Oakland Raiders OL Ian Silberman (UF/BC Alum) joins Leddy (@Ledds12) and guest co-host Jack Howarth. Mark Davis’ horrible hair is introduced and Jon Gruden’s impact is discussed. Plus, the evil Roger Goodell and his contract demands were brought into play. Fair to say Ian is not his biggest fan. In addition, the interesting comments made

Trags welcomes in Jim McBride of the Boston Globe to break down a host of post-Super Bowl issues for the Patriots, including the mind-boggling decision to bench Malcolm Butler. The guys also discuss Josh McDaniels returning as offensive coordinator after turning down the Indianapolis Colts head coaching job and the potential of Rob Gronkowski retiring

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