Alan is a copy editor and writer at SB Nation and SB Nation Boston. He was a sports reporter at The Eagle-Tribune in Lawrence, Mass., for four years before moving to the Washington, D.C. area last June. The Boston native, who graduated from George Washington University in 2005, lives with his wife Rachel in Rockville, Md., and makes a constant effort to avoid being a horrifically obnoxious Boston fan.
The Descent: a look at Randy Moss’ long, strange 2010. The brilliant receiver's departure wasn't easy to take. Here's how it went down.
Director David O. Russell's boxing flick might be the best Boston movie ever. SPOILER ALERT: in the end, the underdog ends up winning.
A game into the 2010-11 season, the Celtics are already humming. Good news for Boston: the Heat have plenty of work to do.
We explain that while Patriots running back Danny Woodhead has been a great find for the Patriots, he isn't the folk hero the media's has made him out to be.
Is anybody else sick of hearing about the Patriots seeking revenge against the Ravens? Here's why New England needs to forget about avenging last year's playoff loss and just worry about winning this week.
Randy Moss is gone. Can Brandon Tate fill the void?
The Celtics forward has had a unique career, at least compared to other NBA stars. Alan Siegel traces Pierce's path to greatness.
Love him or hate him, Patriots receiver Randy Moss has made some ridiculous catches over the years. Here are five of his best.
Rajon Rondo hosted a one-on-one basketball tournament on Alcatraz Saturday. We've got the full details.