Gino Cappelletti leaving Patriots’ radio booth
Cappelletti, known as “Mr. Patriot,” is retiring after 32 years as an analyst. Scott Zolak is expected to succeed him.
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Rob Gronkowski makes cover of ESPN’s ‘body issue’
Call it The Full Gronkowski. The extremely scantily-clad Patriots tight end, wearing only Hulk hands and a grimace, made the cover of ESPN The Magazine’s “body issue” that will hit newsstands on Friday.
Report: Wes Welker and friends tackled by security at Aspen party
Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker was celebrating his upcoming wedding in Aspen, Colo. this weekend when his group tried to crash a party associated with the Aspen Food & Wine Classic, according to a New York Post report.
Tom Brady: Step away from the hair product
- Before you scoff at and dismiss his asymmetrical fauxhawk, think of the hours of work it took.
Report: Family to allow study of Seau’s brain
- According to the LA Times, Junior Seau’s family has decided to allow researchers to study his brain in search of a degenerative condition linked to concussions. (WINSLOW TOWNSON/ASSOCIATED PRESS/FILE)
Reports: Former Patriots linebacker Junior Seau dead
- Football player Junior Seau was found dead in his home, according to a report from TMZ.
Could Tim Tebow wind up with the Patriots?
- According to a tweet by ESPN’s Louise Cornetta over the weekend, John Clayton reportedly said on ESPN radio over the weekend that if the Denver Broncos sign quarterback Peyton Manning that “the rumor circulating” is that the Broncos would then trade quarterback Tim Tebow to the Patriots.
Brady causes spectacle at Celtics vs. Lakers
- Tom Brady caused a spectacle at Sunday’s Celtics-Lakers game in Los Angeles. The Patriots QB looked way too comfortable sitting court-side and chatting with his pal Kobe Bryant during Boston’s 97-94 to the Lakers at the Staples Center.
Tom Brady’s sister engaged to Kevin Youkilis
- A source close to Kevin Youkilis confirms that the Sox third baseman is engaged to Julie Brady, sister of Patriots QB Tom Brady.