4th and final hour of Mut at Night is off and running as Mut and Bradford take a look at Mut's current attitude. Bradford feels like Mut is beaten down or a bit downtrodden. Then Mut shifts the camera back to Bradford as the guys take a listen to some of Rob's Spring Training broadcasts. Mut also gets Bradford's thoughts on Gronkowski and his contract.
Hour 2 of Mut at night rolls on as Mut sifts through Peter Keating's phone interview with Kirk and Callahan earlier in the morning and tries to figure out how this is anything but a troll job. Mut then discusses Rob Gronkowski and his current contract with the New England Patriots.
Hour 3 of Mut at Night gets going as Rob Bradford is in studio to join Mut. Mut and Bradford open by talking about Rob's exceptional diet and how great he currently looks then they talk about Kyrie's knee injury, Red Sox spring training baseball and the up coming opening day of the regular season. Mut also acosts Rob for allowing young children to call into the program.
Hour 1 of Mut at Night gets underway as Mut begins with the fact that a caller from yesterday's show has stuck with him for the last 24 hours. With the help of Rich Keefe, Mut and Rich breakdown if Tom Brady is in fact a sellout. The guys then dicuss Tom Brady's contract bargain over the years. Lastly, they listen to some fantastic poetry from Trenni and Gary on their Early Edition show.
Mut and Keefe discuss the Aaron Hernandez special and its bias toward Hernandez. Mut wouldn’t have watched it if Kirk and Gerry weren’t in it. They also wonder how fans will react to a Red Sox-Yankees game in London.
Keefe and Villani discuss Malcolm Butler joining the Titans and his comments about the Super Bowl. They also get into Jason McCourty joining the Patriots and wonder if it’s strange Jason and Devin share a Twitter account.
HOUR 4 - Nate Solder is one of many ex-Patriots cashing in on the free agency frenzy. How will Brady and co. soldier on without their regular blind side tackle? Also, Mut and Tomase aren't in the March Madness spirit.
Mut is joined by Rob Bradford, who is far away from the snow, in sunny Ft. Myers Florida. The two talk about the flurry of news going on in NFL free agency, and specifically the contract Malcolm Butler just signed with the Tennessee Titans. Mut and Bradford argue over whether the Titans overpaid or not, and what Butler's departure means for the Patriots.
Mut at night begins with Mut and Rich Keefe talking about all the big news of the day in NFL free agency. They focus on the departures of both Danny Amenola and Malcolm Butler, but also get into some of the other big moves around the league.
Mut and Bradfo use their final hour together to continue talking about NFL free agency, and how its already had a large negative impact on the Patriots. They wonder if this all comes back to reports of disufunction an disagreement withing the Pats organization, and if that is the case, is it yet another sign that the dynasty is coming to a close.
Villani and Hannable use the last hour of the show to continue to talk about the Patriots. They discuss the biggest positions of need for the team, and how Bill Belichick, at this point in his career, only seems willing to coach, or add to the roster, players that adhere to a specific set of traits.
Chris Villani takes the reins of the program, and begins by talking about the Celtics, in the wake of multiple injuries. Villani explains that this season, since Gordon Hayward went down in game 1, has been a wash for the C's, and that the only thing that matters for the team the rest of the way is to get as healthy as possible. He also gets into OJ Simpson after last nights interview aired on FOX, and takes some calls from people who believe OJ either didnt do it, or didnt act alone.
Mut and Keefe dive into the 6th and final episode of the Tom vs. Time series, and share their takeaways. They play and react to some clips from the episode, and summize that Brady isn't always happy with his current situation with the Patriots.
In the final hour Drellich circles back to talking about Richard Sherman and his free agency. Evan wonders how Patriots fans and the team would feel about a more outspoken guy like Sherman joining the team, as well as if he's the best use of the Pats cap space. Patrick Gilroy also jumps in later in the hour to join the discussion.