Sorry to pick on you Shalise – but you do know the whole world can see these Tweets, right?
The “black cloud” has arrived – Patriots training camp opens this morning, and with it, another long work cycle for the media covering the team. I do understand the sentiment above – the start of camp means a lot of six and seven-day work weeks from now until January - but I still don’t think it is wise to describe it as a “black cloud” hanging over you.
With the start of training camp, I feel it is appropriate to turn to our Patriots Daily Senior Foreign Correspondent Scott A Benson, who weighs in with The Boys of Late Summer – A Primer.
Time to spot players who can get it done - I picked on Shalise a little above, but I did enjoy her breakdown today of the younger players who need to step it up this season.
New faces, old confidence at Patriots training camp - Jonathan Comey looks at a few key guys on the roster to watch for this training camp.
Patriots must establish roles at camp - Mike Reiss says that this is the major underlying theme at this year’s training camp.
Vince Wilfork fine with doubters - Karen Guregian has the nose tackle embracing the underdog role this season.
Five questions surrounding Patriots defense - After looking at the offense yesterday, Robert Lee examines the defense today.
Rating the Roster, Training Camp Edition (Part 7) - Christopher Price has been rating the roster, here are the top 17 players on the Patriots right now.
Coach’s crew no longer the picture of supremacy - Hey, it wouldn’t be football season without Professor Ron Borges around to throw a wet blanket on things.
So these aren’t lines meant to stir up the fan base and generate clicks and comments?
Today, the grass looks great, the locker room smells great, the players are great and the kiddie corps of assistant coaches Bill Belichick has surrounded himself with are budding geniuses, not the underpaid lab assistants many of them appear to be.
Bill Belichick was a genius once, when the players in the photos were still active.
Randy Moss has caught a lot of balls in three years, but not the long one the Pats needed most against the Giants at the end of Super Bowl XLII. The evidence of past performance suggests that Branch would have caught it in that situation, but Moss never will.
Right. It’s just the imagination of a “delightfully thin-skinned”* fan base. Carry on.
The Red Sox finished off a three game sweep of the Angels yesterday afternoon after Marco Scutaro snapped a 3-3 tie with an eighth inning grand slam that made a winner out of Josh Beckett, 7-3. Check all the links at RedSoxLinks.com.
Red Sox bring home hope from trip - Gordon Edes has the Red Sox coming home with hope.
I actually thought about linking Shaughnessy this morning, until I read his final paragraph. He apparently cannot even write a glowing column on the Red Sox without taking a shot at the Krafts. Pathetic.
Sox keep their season alive with sweep of Angels - Sean McAdam has the Red Sox potentially saving their season yesterday.
Lowell’s rehab assignment is one for the books - Daniel Barbarisi has a quick note on Mike Lowell tearing it up in his rehab assignment.
Beckett left rest to Scutaro - Peter Abraham took a lot of notes yesterday.
* Quotes added at the insistence of Joe, the Dolphins fan from the comment section.