Tom Brady’s body coach Alex Guerrero often wears New England Patriots gear on the sideline during games. He looks like he’s a member of the Patriots staff. He isn’t — Bill Belichick made that clear on Wednesday. Belichick was asked how Guerrero contributes to the team and whether his role has grown with the team. “No,” Belichick said Wednesday. His role hasn’t grown? “No,” Belichick said. “He works at TB12.” Guerrero’s spot on the sideline is a rarity for people who are not employed by the Patriots or the Kraft Group. Yet he was there in Week 2 in New Orleans with the team. “He works with some of our players,” Belichick said. “I think that’s pretty well documented. He’s not on our staff.” Guerrero could
Here are all the links from around the hockey world, and what Im reading, while appreciating that Brad Marchand is willing to say something is an absolute joke. There are not enough candid players in the NHL like good, ol' No. 63. *So FOH (Friend of Haggs) Dan Shaughnessy writes that the Bruins are a lowly number four nowadays in the power rankings of the big four Boston sports teams. Certainly, Danny is technically correct in saying that the Patriots, Red Sox and Celtics are ahead of the Bruins in terms of the Boston pro sports zeitgeist and that they dominate the sports conversation.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- As he marched onto the MetLife Stadium field Monday night, Tom Coughlin did not come across like a man one day removed from losing a football game by three touchdowns. The overlord of the Jacksonville Jaguars had two good reasons to project the radiant, puffed-chest vibe of someone who had just won the Super Bowl: 1. He would hold the Lombardi Trophy in his hands during a halftime ceremony honoring the 10-year anniversary of his New York Giants' epic victory over the 18-0 New England Patriots. 2. He would watch live as the former assistant who replaced him, Ben McAdoo, coached like a hopeless rookie at the start of his sophomore year. Coughlin isn't enthusiastically rooting