Terry Glenn is the subject of more articles today. First, his pal Nick Cafardo gives him as amiable and glowing an article as you’ll read about any athlete. Jim Donaldson is stuck on the phrase “It’s so much better”, but does go into Glenn’s troubled history here a bit more Cafardo did. Michael Felger gets former teammates’ thoughts on Glenn. Tom Curran talks about Glenn in his notebook. Mike Reiss sends Terry a note.

Meanwhile, Alan Greenberg chooses to focus on Brett Favre, and Felger has an article on the Packer’s QB as well. Jackie MacMullan looks at the importance of Troy Brown to the Patriots. Tom Curran also looks into whether Otis Smith can still get the job done at cornerback. Michael Gee has the Patriots’ mantras all figured out. Bill Reynolds says “We now live in Darwinian times. Winners and losers. Haves and have-nots. People who make it and people who don’t.” He go on the talk about how the Yankees and Patriots now know what it feels like to be losers. Similar notebooks from the Globe and Herald, as both look at Lawyer Milloy attempting to fire up the troops, and Favre discussing retirement someday.

Bill Burt wrote yesterday about a subject that was a big topic on WFAN in New York Tuesday afternoon, namely that Roger Clemens is “intrigued” by the idea of coming back to the Red Sox. Gordon Edes and Jeff Horigan write about Larry Lucchino’s trek West in search of a GM. Dan Shaughnessy catches up with former Sox pitcher Aaron Sele, now riding the pine for the Angels…unhappily. He also throws in a couple Celtics items after running into Jerry Sichting.

Shira Springer has Jim O’Brien saying what every coach in the history of NBA has said before a season. “We want to run more.” Steve Bulpett looks at the talent of Kedrick Brown. Bulpett also talks about the running game in his notebook.

Stephen Harris has a Bruins preview. Nancy Marrapese-Burrell looks at captain Joe Thornton. She also looks at the ex-Bruins who will be involved with the NESN broadcasts. Karen Guregian says things look grim for this Bruins’ season.

The Houston Rockets have a job opening. Wonder what they need someone to do that for?

Here, on this site, another milestone. Went over the 100,000 unique visitors mark yesterday. Thanks to everyone for your support.

FSNE has Celtics/Bulls preseason action at 7:30. ESPN has Boston College/Virginia Tech college football at 7:30. FOX has Giants/Cardinals game two at 8:00. ESPN2 has Maple Leafs/Penguins at 7:30 and Red Wings/Sharks at 10:30. ESPN Classic has a Sports Century on Sunday’s opponent Brett Favre at 8:00 & 11:00 HBO has Inside the NFL at 10:00.

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