Rodger Sherman

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Celtics head to Chicago to finish road trip

The Boston Celtics looked tired and lost the first two games on their road trip by double digits, but will try to rebound after a few days of rest against a Chicago Bulls squad that's staying...

TV: Celtics keep road trip going vs. Bulls

The Boston Celtics look to bounce back from a trip to Texas Tuesday night as they head to Chicago as the only local team in action.

TV: Jets, Titans battle in ugly Monday night game

With Boston's local teams off a night after a ridiculous near-comeback by the New England Patriots, there's Monday Night Football and some college hoops action on TV Monday night.

Sox sign Stephen Drew to $9.5 million deal


The Boston Red Sox signed Stephen Drew to a one-year contract Monday, bringing in the brother of former Red Sox outfielder J.D. Drew to fill the gap on the left side of their infield.

49ers vs. Patriots, Week 15: 'Key word: Almost'

The New England Patriots rallied back to nearly pull off the greatest comeback in NFL history, but couldn't finish the job as they lost 41-34 to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night.

Celtics complete Texas triangle vs. Rockets, Spurs

The Boston Celtics take on the Houston Rockets and San Antonio Spurs on national TV just two days removed from a double-overtime win over the Dallas Mavericks.

C's win in double OT before tough road tests

The Boston Celtics had plenty of rest before Wednesday night's game against the Dallas Mavericks, but they'll need to bounce back quickly from a double overtime win, as they head to Texas Friday...

C's tied in second behind pace-setting Knicks

The Boston Celtics have creeped into a tie for second place in the Atlantic Division, although the New York Knicks have pulled out to a sizable lead in the early going.

TV: Boston teams idle, NBA takes spotlight


Boston sports fans have some time to soak in the New England Patriots' completely dominant win over the Houston Texans Monday night, as all Boston sports teams are inactive. There's other stuff on...

'This was a statement game for the Patriots'

The Patriots completely dominated the Houston Texans, holding the No. 2 offense in the league to 14 garbage-time points and scoring 42 against the league's No. 6 offense.

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