There’s a new movie that is filming in New Hampshire this year, titled “Losing Jerry” (Article in The Hippo)

WEEI might consider renaming their morning show “Losing Gerry.”

This morning had Jon Meterparel slipping into Gerry Callahan’s chair alongside John Dennis as the station started another week without their morning show headliner. Meterparel strictly played the foil role this morning, arguing against each point Dennis was making at the moment, just as the formula calls for.

The Big Show embraced the idea of Ron Borges coming onto their show and airwaves. Pete Sheppard called out Borges for being wrong about so many things regarding the Patriots, almost daring Borges to call in now that he is no longer a Globe employee and thus subject to the “Globe ban” on WEEI.

Dan Kennedy offers up his thoughts on the Ron Borges “retirement.”

Gordon Edes serves up a special Monday edition of the Ask Edes Mailbag.

Dan Lamothe wonders if this could be the first 100-win Sox team in 61 years.

The Big Lead has a look at local guy/college hoops junkie Jeff Goodman. He’s a good guy who has worked his way up from the bottom to become one of the top college basketball writers in the country.

Jessica Camerato has part two of her Life After the Second Pick series on players the Celtics could focus on should they miss out on one of the top two picks.

Peter King has his weekly filing of Monday Morning Quarterback. It contains praise for Ron Borges and lists a Dan Shaughnessy line from draft weekend as one of his quotes of the week.

Patriots re-sign LB Junior Seau (

With the re-signing, Mike Reiss offers some Seau analysis. Over at the Herald, Albert Breer has more analysis.

Bill Barnwell has a look at the offseason moves of the teams in the AFC East.

Is This Necessary? (BostonsportZ)

Chad Finn leads off his national Nine Innings column with some love for the Rockies’ Matt Holliday.


7:00pm, NESN – Red Sox @ Yankees
7:30pm, ESPN2 – AFL – New Orleans Voodoo @ Philadelphia Soul
8:00pm, TNT – Cavs @ Pistons