It’s the Southie version of The Hangover: Four Boston transplants living in Los Angeles decide to road trip to Arizona for the Super Bowl with no tickets, no plan, and no fear. They watched the Super Bowl with Gronk’s brothers, snuck into and got kicked out of the same bar three times, partied with Bob Kraft and Rick Ross, ended up on TMZ, and spent enough on Ubers to buy themselves a car. And according to them, it was all worth it. More
Archive Chandler Jones
I miss football and not just because it’s a sport that should be in season when it’s this flipping cold out.
Luckily, the NFL continues to do everything it can to keep the game on a year-round schedule so that people like me can geek out on free agent speculation and draft scuttlebutt, most of which has no real basis in reality.
But that’s OK, because football. And with NFL free agency beginning in earnest on Saturday (free agents can officially talk to teams and field offers that day then sign new contracts on March 11), and multiple juicy rumors regarding the Patriots making the rounds over the past few days, now is as good a time as any to begin a fruitless pursuit into the realm of what they may or may not do. More