Ray Allen has had a lot to say about his former team, the Boston Celtics, since joining the Miami Heat this summer. Could he be jeopardizing his legacy?
Jeff Green might have a side job as a media heckler. That's the only explanation since he is continuously a target of media ire.
It was a long and winding route, but Ryen Russillo will finally be heard on 850 AM in Boston.
Matt Chatham, a former New England Patriots linebacker turned Boston sports media member, brings a different style of analysis to Pats fans.
Is Mike Felger, arguably the most influential member of the Boston sports media, influencing the way that the New England Patriots are covered locally? Bruce Allen examines the premise.
Another week, more chaos. Bruce Allen puts together the important tidbits from the week that was in the Boston sports media, including John Henry addressing the rumors of a possible sale of his Red Sox and the Patriots' Week 1 ratings.
Brian Scalabrine won't put on an NBA uniform next season, effectively bringing his playing career to an end, but he will be heading to the broadcast table for CSNNE. Might the beloved Scal eventually replace legendary Celtic Tommy Heinsohn?
FOX Sports is jumping head first into its first full season of college football coverage. Gus Johnson and Charles Davis will serve as the lead broadcast team, and former ESPN reporter Erin Andrews will anchor the new "Fox College Saturday.'
Something being overblown in the Boston sports media ... Could you imagine such a crazy thought? Well, that might be the case with the New England Patriots' supposed offensive line struggles, according to NESN/CSNNE's Matt Chatham.
There are a lot of things wrong with the 2012 Red Sox, but it's not the Boston sports media's fault. That being said, it doesn't mean that the media doesn't deserve some criticism. Bruce Allen examines in his weekly media roundup.