The Patriots traded former first round pick Laurence Maroney to the Denver Broncos along with a sixth round pick in exchange for a fourth round pick in next year’s draft. This brings to an end, a strange, disappointing, and at times interesting run in Foxborough for Maroney.
Randy Moss told everyone who would listen yesterday that he wants to remain in New England, and that he won’t be talking further about his contract. Let’s hope he sticks to his word.
The Patriots are getting ready for the New York Jets this Sunday, but yesterday, the media wasn’t too interested in talking to Bill Belichick about the game. In his conference call yesterday morning, a grand total of TWO questions were asked of the coach. For a group that rails about lack of access to the coach, they were more interested in attending Matt Light’s Celebrity Shootout – a very fine event, but one that went all day long. They could’ve participated in the Belichick conference call.
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Laurence Maroney dealt to Denver – Mike Reiss reports on the trade of the running back.
Lo-mo is no-mo . . . Maroney’s weird stay is over – Tom E Curran says that Maroney is now Denver’s goodhearted goof.
Why the Patriots may have traded RB Laurence Maroney and a look to the future… – I’m intrigued by Ian Rapoport’s theory on the trade.
Randy Moss wants to end career with Patriots – Karen Guregian has the wideout talking about why he talked on Sunday and what he wants for the future.
Silent treatment would have saved Moss – Mark Farinella says that Moss would’ve been better served keeping quiet.
Jets Week means excitement – Glen Farley wants to grab a (gosh darn) snack and watch this game.
With Patriots arriving, Jets check the baggage – Albert R Breer looks at things from Jets perspective.
Effective use of safety belt – Shalise Manza Young’s notebook has Corwin Brown talking about Pat Chung’s performance in the opener.
Jed Lowrie hit two home runs, David Ortiz hit his 30th homer of the season, and Massachusetts native Rich Hill picked up the win as the Red Sox beat the Mariners 9-6 in Seattle last night. Get all the stories at RedSoxLinks.com. The Red Sox also released their 2011 schedule.
The return of Ortiz, Martinez and Beltre to the Red Sox? Not a bad idea. – Rob Bradford thinks it might be smart to bring all three players back for 2011.
David Ortiz (30 HRs) is still swinging – Gordon Edes has Ortiz reaching 30 homers for the sixth time with the Red Sox, and first since 2007.
In short order, Lovullo sees his work paying off – Brian MacPherson has Pawtucket manager Torey Lovullo pleased with what he’s seen from Ryan Kalish, Daniel Nava and others.
John Lackey weighs in on numbers for debut season – John Tomase talks to Lackey about his first season with the Red Sox.
Hill gets win for his hometown team – Sean McAdam’s notebook has the hometown kid getting the win.
Metered calls on BC football games – Lenny Megliola profiles Boston College announcer (and WEEI morning flashguy) Jon Meterparel with the help of spotter Peter Foley, who has known Meterparel since he was a kid.