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  1. Hoodie

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    I think I heard BB will be on WEEI this afternnon to talk about the draft. Not that he'll say anything but he can sometimes be a bit less guarded with Ordway and gang.
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    #75 Jersey

    How will that fit into their Johnny Damon marathon?
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    Hahahahahahahaha!
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    Anybody know what time he'll be on? I love BB but there is no way that I'm going to sit through hour after hour of Red Sox/Damon talk.
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    Can someone post the important bits...

    when it is done. I am gonna be at work without radio access. :)

    Also, does anyone who is NOT in the media give a rat$***** about Damon. You would think Babe Ruth was coming back from the dead for cryin' out loud.
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    Ugh. You are so right. I just had to turn it off. I COULD NOT STAND to hear McAdam whine about how badly poor Johnny Demon was treated last night.

    I was thinking of emailing to find out when my coach will be on so I could tune back in then.
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    Wow, an ex-Red Sox player returns as a member of the Yankees and gets booed. Stop the presses.
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    The Red Sox....I've been a long fan but recently I have just despised all the freakin attention they recieve once I really really got into the Patriots, not that I wasnt a Pats fan before. Red Sox, choke artists recieve their attention from storylines...ofcourse the press is all over it. Meanwhile a dynasty is occuring for the Patriots but they are still back seat to those great Sox.
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    Back to Belichick....

    PLEASE POST COMMENTS for out-of-towners!!! Thanks.
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    What? You guys don't want to hear Johnny Damon contract talk? If we don't re-sign him he could go the the Yankees!!!

    Oh wait, it's not December anymore?
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    Damon

    They actually cheered more than booed when he came out in the first inning, especially when he tipped his batting helmet. But, really, this is Boston. That's all he gets. He'll hear the boo's from now on, and that's as it should be. I'm old enough to remember one year when YAZ came to the plate and for some reason everyone was hating him that day. Everyone Booed and booed. Even my grandfather was yelling at him. Then he hit a home run to center, over the triangle, and everyone was cheering like we won the world series. He also tipped his helmet as he was crossing the plate, but I can only imagine what he was saying under his breath..
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    I wonder if they'll ask BB what he thinks about Demon getting booed. I'd love to hear his answer to that!
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    Last night on NEST, Felger said that he didn't think that Adam would get booed in Foxboro.

    He's right as far as I'm concerned. If I'm at the game, I don't plan on booing him. I plan to turn my back to him. Same thing if I'm at home watching and he comes on my screen.
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    Now

    He's on now. Sounds like he's in a good mood too.
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    Luckily for our sake, BB already has a canned answer to that horrible question...

    "I don't comment on players that are not on my team."
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    Hell, he doesn't comment about players on his team.:p
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    He didn't say much really. In brief:

    Maroney represented the best value on the board at the time they picked. He's got good hands, good kick returner, durable. Wasn't chosen to push Corey. It's about having depth.

    They were convinced Jackson wasn't going to last much longer on the board. He can play inside and outside. Catch balls in traffic. He's fast but most important for a receiver to get open and catch the ball. That's what Tom wants.

    They didn't pay much attention to players higher on the draft board because they knew those guys wouldn't be there when they picked. Didn't spend alot of time scouting Leinart or Young or guys like that.

    No idea who'll be available at 6/1 deadline. There's less cap pressure this year so there might not be as many players available as in the past. Still you want to have some cap room.

    Sometimes there can be bidding wars for UDFA. Important to get those players in to compete for positions or be on the practice squad.

    He misses seeing Pete Sheppard! He was very jovial with Glenn and Pete.
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    Does he ever? It is all part of the BB mystique...it works and we keep listening.
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    Boo Adam, he didn't want ot be here - I don't want him here. Boo Woody, Washington, Andruzzi, Milloy. Cheer Givens, WMG, Patten, Ashworth, Fauria, and just about everyone else who left without being jerks about it.
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    I would boo him. Screw him. Past contributions ? Whatever . . . he was paid and cheered for those. He left, for the Colts . . . Boooooooo.
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    Oh no you can't boo Adam. He made THE kick! Without that we could still be in Loserville.
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    I won't be there so I won't be able to boo him. But I would boo him. He's already received his adulation for those past kicks. Bought and paid for. We owe him nothing.
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    No, but we owe OURSELVES something. Like the pleasure of being an adult and acting like one. Its a ******* business. The Sharks and Jets are for Broadway.
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    He's a Colt. I boo the Colts every game. Don't plan on changing now.
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    Damn skippy, BF!! I was involved in several conversations about this today and when Benedict kicker signed with Indy.....Neither player had any loyalty toward us as fans, so as far as I am concerned they can both screw off!

    Also, I am sick of others trying to change my mind about this by asking me if I would jump to a new job for double my pay....there are things more important than cash!! Loyalty and family!

    Sorry that I missed BB. Thanks for the update, Hoodie!
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    Actually, the Jets are for Vaudeville, but point taken.

    PFnV
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    I will always feel his own stubbornness and short term greed led him away from here. AV is a classic case of a guy who got carried away and all wrapped up in himself. AV changed quite a bit from the first 5 years that I knew him versus the last 5, and not for the better. Towards the end - Mr. big shot would barely even acknowledge folks that he had befriended along the way.

    He left legions of youngsters wondering what happened and what to do with their #4 jerseys.

    I will applaud him for his past but really boo him going forward.

    Some day he will return and it will be interesting to see him climb back down that ladder - it really wont be so pretty for him.
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    I treat all opposing kickers the same...I make lots of noise when they're out there to try to screw them up. I'll do the same for Adam.

    I heard Peter Gammons trying to dissect the level of booing and cheering for Johnny Damon...is he nuts?...who f'ing cares?

    this is not friggin baseball!

    you have to be proactive as a football fan, you can't just sit there and react to stuff when it happens, you have to help make things happen.

    I'm sorry, if Adam's wearing a horseshoe on his helmet he's not getting a standing ovation. It's not like he's coming back for a charity event or something, he's coming in here to kick our ass and make us look foolish (because we had the nerve to franchise him).

    Adam now gets the same treatment in Foxboro that Peyton gets. Like I said, if he ever comes back for a charity benefit I might give him the time of day, but not while he's on that field.

    and let me tell you, I can't wait for this game...that was some humiliating sht -- they were totally running up the score for fun.

    we can not win that rematch by enough points. I want all four TEs on the field at the same time. and I want to ram the ball down their throats and make Adam go home to Indy crying with pee stains on his pants.
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