By Matt Dolloff, 985TheSportsHub.com Tom Brady reportedly signed a two-year extension with the Patriots over the weekend - but only in a technical sense. In reality, he's getting a raise for 2019. After that? We'll see. New details have emerged on Brady's deal via Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. The "extension" reportedly includes a…
By Matt Dolloff, 985TheSportsHub.com Full disclosure: I am not in Detroit this week. But plenty of great Patriots reporters are, so I'm here to collect their great reporting for one place. Just wanted to be up front about that, here. Check below for live Twitter updates from the Patriots and Lions' joint practice at the…
The Patriots and Lions get to ramp up the intensity this week as they partake in a trio of joint practices. Here's what players said in anticipation.
With joint practices and the start of the preseason coming next week, the Patriots decided to hold a lighter practice on Friday. Here's a full recap.
Behind The Seams: Quiet trade deadline puts onus on existing Red Sox to play closer to their potential
The Red Sox did nothing at the 2019 trade deadline, but that just means the onus is on their existing players to play closer to their potential.
Patriots training camp, day 7: A major bounceback for N'Keal Harry and the Patriots' young receivers
One day after an ugly practice, the Patriots' young receivers bounced back in a major way at training camp on Thursday. Here's a full recap.
The Patriots' retooled offense is a work in progress, and in training camp it's working against perhaps the deepest secondary in the NFL.
Rookie wide receivers made the strongest impression at Patriots training camp on Wednesday. Here are the full notes and observations from Foxboro.
The Red Sox are now 9-11 behind Price this season and just 8-14 behind Chris Sale, a combined record of 17-25 that would translate into roughly 66-96 over a 162-game schedule. More importantly, the Sox are just 1-3 behind Price and Sale since beginning their 14-game gauntlet against New York and Tampa Bay – and 5-0 behind everybody else.
The Patriots have had one week of training camp with a lot to take from it. How does the projected 53-man roster look now? Here's our newest guess.
The Patriots held their annual live in-stadium practice for season ticket holders and Foxborough residents at Gillette Stadium on Monday. Here's a recap.
Patriots players spoke about their excitement for the first practice of the 2019 season in full pads, and the benefits of getting to real physical football.
Patriots training camp, day 2: More reps for Brian Hoyer and Jarrett Stidham as Tom Brady takes a day off
Here are some notes and observations from day 2 of 2019 training camp for the Patriots, which included a day off for quarterback Tom Brady.
We all know the plan with Chris Sale this year, but looking at the numbers after his high pitch games, his performance is inconclusive.
Tom Brady looked like his usual sharp self on a light day of practice on day 1 of training camp. Here's a full recap.
The Patriots have several new veteran additions who could be counted on for major roles in 2019. Here's who we'll be watching on day 1 of training camp.
Sale has a maybe a dozen starts left to validate a baby-Sale plan that certainly seemed to have blown up in the Red Sox’ faces in the earliest stages of this season, when the Red Sox opened by going 6-13 and Sale went 1-7.
The Red Sox used a seven-run third inning to power a win at the Trop.
By Matt Dolloff, 985TheSportsHub.com The Patriots had six cornerbacks on the 53-man roster in the 2018 playoffs. In 2019, one of them is not making the team. Unless Bill Belichick hits us with the ol' seven-cornerback strategy, the Patriots head coach has a tough decision ahead of him at that position on the main roster.…
An oral history of the 1999 Red Sox and how they built a contender, with comments from former players, coaches, and others.
By Matt Dolloff, 985TheSportsHub.com It's never too early to do some good old-fashioned roster projectin'. Well I guess you could point out a time that's pretty early. March would have been silly. But now it's almost time for Patriots training camp, so it's truly time to start thinking about cutdowns for the Super Bowl LIII…
NFL won't suspend Tyreek Hill due to lack of evidence, further muddying their own standards for suspensions and domestic violence
Hill will not be suspended after the NFL concluded it didn't have enough evidence to determine he violated the Personal Conduct Policy.
The Boston Red Sox have picked up where they left off before the All-Star Break, and that's not a good thing. Tony Mazz has more in this week's Behind the Seams.
The Bruins are bringing Chris Kelly back to the organization.