http://shots.bostonsportsmedia.com/2008/09/herald-dancing-with-the-devil-borges-a-possibility/ I don't read the Herald any longer for Pats coverage because of the Tomase fiasco, but the mere notion of Borges getting another major print platform in Boston gives me the heebie jeebies. You just KNOW he's going to be an agitator bent on stirring up sewage. By David Scott Boston Sports Media Watch Numerous reliable Scottâ€™s Shotsâ€™ sources are confirming that ex-Boston Globe writer, Ron Borges, is in discussions with the Boston Herald about filling one of three vacant spots on sports editor Hank Hryniewiczâ€™s desk. If true, a Borges hire would indicate the Herald is either very bold or very desperate, as the scars from the John Tomase Saga still linger at the cityâ€™s struggling second fiddle news gatherer. At the very least, the paperâ€™s editor, Kevin R. Convey, would be stretching his promised â€śbond of trustâ€ť with readers to the limits if his sports department scoops up Borges, the crosstown rivalâ€™s ex-plagiairst. When asked specifically about Borges via a Monday afternoon email from Shots, Hryniewicz would only say, â€śIâ€™m still in the interviewing process for all three openings on the staff and Iâ€™m quite happy with the way the process is moving forward.â€ť Borges, it appears, would be in line for the general columnist slot left vacant by Tony Massarottiâ€™s departure to the Globe. Borges would obviously have a heavy football bent to his columns, the way the now-branded â€śMazzâ€ť leaned toward baseball and as the Brady injury showed for WEEI.com on Sunday, Borges does have a lot of bulldog left in that bully persona of his. (Traffic soared at the site Sunday night and into Monday, according to a WEEI.com operative.) For his new part-time employer, Entercom, Borges was ahead of the Brady-out-for-season story (with Yahoo!â€™s Michael Silver, it should be noted) as his deep and well-placed league connections were once again on display while the competing locals struggled to gain confirmation of the ACL injury.