Hour 2 of WEEI Late Night gets going as Ben Maller continues to discuss the departure of Malcolm Butler as well as Danny Amendola to the Dolphins and Dion Lewis to the Titans. With all these players leaving for other opportunities, where will the Patriots look to add to their roster? There are currently rumors flying around about Jordy Nelson and AJ McCarron and so Ben Maller feels the need to address both of them.
Third and final hour of WEEI LAte Night gets rolling as Ben Maller continues to discuss the exodus of Patriots players in free agency and the lack of returning talent from the open market. A big name that Maller wants to keep an eye on however is one Ndamukong Suh. Although his reputation is not great, the prospect of a great player like him is intriguing.
Hour 1 of WEEI Late Night is off and running as Ben Maller breaksdown Malcolm Butler's departure from New England amidst the snow storm that has struck all of New England. What's worse than losing players to free agency for the Patriots is the fact that no free agents have been funneling into New England to improve the roster. Maller also addresses the unbelievable 3rd period comeback of the Boston Bruins tonight against the Carolina Hurricanes.
Hour 2 of WEEI Late Night gets rolling as Big Ben Maller breaks down the "promotion" of Brian Flores to become the primary defensive play caller for the New England Patriots. However, Flores was not officially named the defensive coordinator of the team and Maller doesn't like that. Ben also touches on the average play of one Al Horford as well as Kobe Bryant's Oscar award.
Third and final hour of WEEI Late Night is off and running as Big Ben Maller discusses the Patriots retaining Kenny Britt and picking up the next year of his contract for just over a million dollar. Maller gives you his thoughts on Britt and then stays focused ont he Patriots but shifts to Malcolm Butler and people are still upset he didn't play in the Super Bowl. Lastly, Ben touches on the retirement of one of the "best" NFL referees in history and his huge biceps, Ed Hochuli.
4th and final hour of WEEI Late Night gets going as Patrick Gilroy opens the hour discussing the departure of Michael Holley from WEEI. Then Gilroy shifts gears and discusses Kobe Bryant at the Oscars. Finally, he brings everything full circle and closes the night with a final thought on Al Horford and the Celtics.
Hour 3 of WEEI Late Night is off and running as Patrick Gilroy tries to make sense of everyone's sudden optimism that David Price will have a great season. Following the release of an article by WEEI's own Rob BRadford, Patrick does not understand how anyone can put their faith in a guy like Price.
Hour 1 of WEEI Late Night gets underway with Patrick Gilroy breaking down the "Average" Al Horford controversy. Gilroy adamantly defends Horford and tries to explain to people that even though he's making max money, doesn't mean what you get from him and players like Lebron will be equal.
Hour 3: In the final hour, Ben Maller reacts to a listeners email explaining the real reason behind Malcolm Butler's benching during the superbowl. Ben also talks about if the WWE will be able to outbid the NFL for Gronk.
The second hour of WEEI Late Night gets going as Big Ben Maller continues to discuss the signing of free agent JD Martinez by the Boston Red Sox and his number one recruiter according to Bob Nightengale, Mr David Price. Maller sifts through Price's comments to Nightengale and seems to detect a whiff of unlikelihood in the story. Maller then touches on the man he sees as the Bill Belichick of baseball, Chris Sale, and his excellent interview with Kirk and Callahan earlier in the morning.
Third and final hour of WEEI Late Night rolls on as Big Ben Maller gives an update on the state of the New England Patriots more than two weeks out from the Super Bowl loss to the Eagles. A big story still surrounding the Patriots is the benching of Malcolm Butler, so Maller takes a looks at comments by Devin McCourty and Alan Branch to try and understand what on earth is going on. Then Maller addresses the idea that Gronk is "50-50" on retiring or staying with the Patriots. Lastly, Maller...