With the Patriots playing on Thanksgiving they were on a mini-bye week this past weekend, the Celtics were off Monday and won’t be on the court again until Wednesday, and the Red Sox haven’t made any big splashes during the Hot Stove season. All of this put together equals a few slow days in the Boston sports media.
The only two notable news stories coming out of Monday were Jermaine Cunningham being suspended four games for violating the league’s policy on performance enhancing substances, and then a report from Kansas City stating the Red Sox have spoken to the Royals regarding a trade of Jon Lester for prospect Wil Myers — although the deal will in all likelihood never happen.
Here are a few of the notable links from this morning:
If BC finds the right coach, don’t get too attached– Christopher Gasper says since BC isn’t a football powerhouse, if they do get the right coach, don’t expect him to stay long as he will likely leave for bigger program after a few seasons.
Jermaine Cunningham’s PED use all about survival– Gerry Callahan doesn’t blame Cunningham for trying to get an advantage coming off a season where he recorded just one tackle.
Tom Brady getting better with age– Jeff Howe looks at the season Brady is having despite being 35-years-old.
Belichick is seeing secondary gains– Tom E. Curran has how the secondary is getting better each week.
Mike Napoli will next meet with Texas– Peter Abraham in his notebook says the free agent C/1B will meet with the Rangers after meetings with Boston and Seattle.
3 thoughts on “A slow time on the local sports scene”
The Clipper don’t play da blame game!
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Not much of a basketball fan.Been following and playing organized hockey since the glory days.The lockout out and lack off NHL games is starting to sink in.Also follow college hockey but its not the same.
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