WEEI reports that Celtics rookie guard Orien Greene was arrested after a high speed chase at 3:30 AM. Celticsblog.com points to this Police log in the Daily News Tribune of Waltham, which has a 24-year-old Orien Greene being arrested last night. (CBS4 says it was the Greene of the Celtics.) In addition, Shira Springer on the Boston.com Celtics Blog says Al Jefferson could miss the rest of his season with his ankle injury.

Tim Bresnahan says that Jeff Gorton has already made a big impact on the Bruins with his work on the draft and the good young prospects the Bruins have from the last several years. Mike Loftus takes a look at one of those promising prospects, defenseman Mark Stuart, who has been impressing the Bruins in the short time he has been with the big club. Win Bates looks at the Bruins falling once again in a shootout. Loftus’ notebook has more on the Bruins losing another shootout.

Rob Bradford has a look at Julian Tavarez making friends and influencing people yesterday. Garry Brown looks at the Red Sox new second baseball, Mark Loretta . Kevin Thomas looks at David Wells as the lefty attempts to get ready for the regular season.

Glen Farley has a look at the opening weekend NFL National TV schedule which does not include the Patriots. Mike Reiss has a look at new Patriots receiver Reche Caldwell as well as the Patriots bringing in Eric Warfield for a look at cornerback. John Tomase in the new Herald Patriots blog “The Point After” seems angry that Bill Belichick was “the only head coach not in attendance at this morning