Sports Final: Free Agency Not Perfect For Patriots, But Nothing They Can't Overcome
The Patriots have lost Trey Flowers and Trent Brown to free agency, and lost out on Adam Humphries and Danny Amendola. But Mike Reiss says this is nothing they can't overcome, as he breaks down all the wheeling and dealing on WBZ-TV's Sports Final.

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Sports Final: Charlie McAvoy Sure Loves Playing In BostonCharlie McAvoy grew up in New York, but his heart is in Boston. The Bruins defenseman shared his love for the city, and discussed the team's high hopes for the playoffs, with Dan Roche for WBZ-TV's Sports Final.
Sports Final: Which Patriots Free Agents Will Be Back In 2019?ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss joins Dan Roche on WBZ-TV's Sports Final to look ahead to NFL Free Agency. Several players including Trey Flowers, Trent Brown and Stephen Gostkowski are on the open market -- which ones will be back in New England?
Sports Final: Bob Beers On Bruins' Great Run This SeasonThe Boston Bruins are flying high as one of the best teams in the NHL. Bruins radio analyst Bob Beers joins Steve Burton on WBZ-TV's Sports Final to discuss the team's season, their chances in the playoffs, and what has been the key to their success so far.
Kyrie Irving Doesn't Have Much To Say After Celtics Lose To RocketsCeltics guard Kyrie Irving was a man of few words after the team lost to the Rockets in Boston, their fifth loss in their last six games.
Jeff Goodman On Sports Final: Can Celtics Flip The Switch For Playoffs?The Celtics were a listless and lifeless bunch Sunday against the Rockets. They hope they can flip the switch when the playoffs arrive, but that is looking less and less likely by the day. Jeff Goodman of The Stadium joins Dan Roche on WBZ-TV's Sports Final to discuss the Celtics struggles, and whether or not they can put it all together for the postseason.
Sports Final: Reflecting On Life and Career Of Nick CafardoThe Athletic's Steve Buckley and WBZ-TV's Dan Roche remember late Boston Globe Red Sox reporter Nick Cafardo, who passed away last week in Fort Myers. Both share their memories and some stories about Cafardo, who was loved by everyone on the Red Sox beat and fans alike.

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