By MyFM's Jake Archer - We need to stop dwelling on the Super Bowl. It's so hard to do, and even though I am #OnTo2018, I know that the loss will never truly go away and that wrong will never be righted. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Patriots offseason coaching comings and goings saw another loss as Ray Ventrone, the assistant special teams coach, is reportedly heading off to Indianpolis to join the Colts. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - This isn't really a sports story but I definetley thought it deserved some recognition. Patriots star Rob Gronkowski and his family donated $25,000 to The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Ever since Sunday night after the Super Bowl, there has been a lot of talk about Rob Gronkowski. Sure he got his home robbed, which I covered here, but there have been a few other topics surrounding Gronk that have people up in arms. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Wow. What an absolute stunner. Adam Schefter just dropped a tweet on everybody's heads stating that Josh McDaniels will not be heading to Indianapolis and instead will be staying here in New England as the offensive coordinator. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - It's Tuesday morning and the pain from the Patriots Super Bowl LII loss still cuts deep. Two of the men who helped guide the team are now moving on with new careers though. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - This NFL season has been unlike any I have seen in my young life. There was just so much that seemed out of whack and the most unpredictable league got even more unpredictable. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - I know it’s tough to savor the moment when it comes to anything in life. You get caught up and you don’t realize what’s happening while it is and then when you look back you think about how you should’ve held onto that time in your life a little tighter. Read more.
Well, I’m back! I hope you missed me while I took some time away from the sports writing here with MyFM 101.3. I was just too busy reading “The TB12 Method” and contemplating Kyrie Irving’s flat earth theory, but now we are ready to roll again just in time for Super... Read more.
By MyFM's Ray Auger - It never fails. Everytime I drive to and from Boston and pass that timeless green structure on Yawkey Way I get a bit choked up. Whether it's a year I'm excited about or not, you can't deny the amazing history that encompasses that small Boston... Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Just when you think the New York Jets have hit rock bottom, they find a way to fall even lower. They admittedly are doing the right thing now by cleaning house and getting rid of what was a very disappointing team, but they still can’t like what... Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Well, so much for the thought that the Patriots were looking for Julian Edelman’s replacement. Edelman and the Pats had another season together, but decided they wanted to add on two more as they came to terms on a two-year contract extension worth $11 million. For both sides, I love this deal and as a fan I could not be happier. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Patriots continue to stay busy even in May, as the past two days have seen them make two somewhat surprising moves. First, yesterday the Pats restructured star tight end Rob Gronkowski’s contract. Gronkowski’s new deal can make him the highest... Read more.
So today, the cover athlete for the videogame Madden 18 was announced, and it was none other than New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. I, for one, was shocked because I did not think this Patriots-hating world we live in would allow another Patriot to grace the... Read more.
The New England Patriots made a move yesterday that is not seen very often in the NFL. In fact, I didn’t even know this move was possible because I’d never seen it done or heard of it. The team applied this seldom-used May 9th tender on unrestricted free agent running... Read more.
The NFL Draft is always a bit of a letdown for Patriots fans because the team is perennially good and thus tends to have lower draft picks. The team also rarely goes after any of the big name guys out there and usually takes some player you’ve never heard of or don’t... Read more.
After months of talking about it, reading about it, seeing it on television and beating it into the ground, we are finally here! It’s the week of the NFL Draft. This year’s draft will be held in Philly and it all starts with round 1 on Thursday night starting at 8 p.m. I... Read more.
The New England Patriots spent yesterday doing a lot of housekeeping as they signed, re-signed and restructured deals with a few different players. In a flurry of interesting moves, we saw more and more of how the 2017 Patriots roster would take shape. The most... Read more.
Yesterday some terrible, distressing news came out of Foxboro as the Patriots have found that they don’t know where to hang their fifth Super Bowl championship banner in Gillette Stadium. Sadly, the stadium already has quite a few banners and Pats owner Robert Kraft is... Read more.
After what seems like six months of workouts and evaluation, college football’s best and brightest will be drafted into the NFL fairly soon. The draft will be held in Philadelphia from April 27th through the 29th and teams will have some big decisions to make. One... Read more.
Over the past couple of weeks we really haven’t heard a whole lot regarding cornerback Malcolm Butler’s status with the New England Patriots. Butler has been looking for a better contract and hasn’t gotten it from New England, which has frustrated him. Then when the Pats... Read more.
Yesterday Robert Kraft met the media at the NFL meetings in Arizona and spoke on a number of topics from Malcolm Butler to Brandin Cooks. He gave a bunch of great sound bites but perhaps his most interesting piece of information was that Tom Brady has told him he wants to... Read more.
I never thought I’d be even asking this question, but with the way things have played out this offseason, the circumstances are forcing me to consider the Patriots bringing back cornerback Darrelle Revis. I don’t want to do it for a variety of reasons, but when your team... Read more.
For about three or four weeks after the Super Bowl, the storyline of Tom Brady’s game jersey being missing was still interesting to me. I consider myself a pretty big Patriots fan, a pretty big Brady fan and a person who would be concerned about this type of thing. But... Read more.
Finally, the Dont’a Hightower watch is over as he has decided to come back to the Patriots on a 4-year, $43.5 million deal with $19 million guaranteed. It is a huge signing for the Pats as Hightower is a leader on and off the field who continues to be one of the best... Read more.
Usually around this time of year the fans in Boston have turned the page on football and are beginning to focus on the Red Sox, Celtics or Bruins. This year is not like most years however, as the Patriots have demanded our attention with their very active, news-filled... Read more.
In early March, the Patriots are typically one of the more quiet teams in terms of making roster moves. They’ve had a track record of waiting out the free agent market to see what they can do and rarely making splashy moves. This year however, the Pats have jumped right... Read more.
Well, it’s offseason time and with that means changes are coming. Two of the recent moves being made involved a longtime Patriot and a player that lasted just one year here in New England. Yesterday, defensive lineman Chris Long took to Instagram to announce that he... Read more.
The Patriots have decided that they will not retain star linebacker Dont’a Hightower using the “franchise tag”, as the deadline to do so is March 1st. This will likely cause many Patriots fans to freak out, as something does every offseason. But don’t be that fan because... Read more.
We are officially into the NFL offseason and it’s time to turn the page and start thinking about what the Patriots will look like in 2017. There are many moves to be made through trades, free agency and the draft but one of the biggest decisions the Pats have involved... Read more.
It’s Wednesday and we are now a few days removed from the Patriots winning it all. I’ve had time to digest a lot of what happened and although it still seems pretty surreal, I think I’ve got a way better grasp on what went down. This was a game for the ages; I don’t need... Read more.
There are very few words for what happened on Sunday night in Houston. It is beyond belief what transpired on that field between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. There were extreme highs and extreme lows but in the end the Pats came out on top by a score... Read more.
Fire up the duck boats! The New England Patriots are Super Bowl champions and they will hold their victory parade on Tuesday at 11 am according to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh. The parade route will start on Boylston Street in front of the Hynes Convention Center. It will go... Read more.
By MyFM's Ray Auger - One of the pleasures of being a Patriots fan, other than the frequent Super Bowl’s that we get to celebrate, is the comradary among fans. This is especially delightful during a time when the world seems politically divided more than ever. A time... Read more.
This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for. The Patriots will face off with the Atlanta Falcons in the 51st Super Bowl on Sunday at 6:30 Eastern Time. It’s been a long two weeks of preparation and discussion over what will happen and who will ultimately be victorious... Read more.
On February 5th in Houston when the New England Patriots take the field for the Super Bowl, they will doing so against one of Boston College’s greatest former athletes. Matt Ryan, the star quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons and likely NFL MVP, was a Boston College Eagle... Read more.
Foxboro - The New England Patriots were facing a tough test on Sunday night as they welcomed in the Pittsburgh Steelers to Foxboro. But that test never really came to fruition because the Pats controlled the whole game from start to finish. Tom Brady put in one of the... Read more.
This weekend the AFC Championship Game will be held at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. It’ll be a packed house, ready for an instant classic between two of the NFL’s greatest franchises. But the commissioner of the league, Roger Goodell, will not be in... Read more.
If you take a look at the upcoming weekend of Conference Championship games and the four teams that are still standing you might notice that each one has a high-powered offense led by one of the league’s best quarterbacks. You might also notice that none of these teams... Read more.
If you stayed up late enough on Sunday night, you might have seen the Pittsburgh Steelers hang on for a win against the Kansas City Chiefs to move on to the AFC Championship Game. Pittsburgh will travel to New England for a Sunday night showdown this weekend that pits two... Read more.
Just before the Patriots and the Texans kick-off tomorrow night, the National Anthem will be sung by a Waltham resident. A recent graduate of Brandies University where she was president of the Student Government and recently hired as an aide to freshman State... Read more.
With Wild Card Weekend wrapped up, the New England Patriots know who will be coming to Gillette on Saturday for their playoff opener. After beating the Oakland Raiders 27-14, the Houston Texans have earned the right to travel to Foxboro and meet up with the Pats. New... Read more.
The New England Patriots will not be playing on Wild Card Weekend as they have earned a first round bye in the playoffs. The team is scheduled to kickoff at 8:15 pm on Saturday January 14th against an opponent that will be determined this weekend. With the number one... Read more.
By WMRC's Jake Archer - This Sunday the New England Patriots will travel to face a division opponent and wild card playoff team in the Miami Dolphins. The Patriots have not won down in South Florida since 2012 and will be looking to get back on track against a Dolphins... Read more.
The New England Patriots locked up their record eighth straight AFC East championship on Sunday and also secured a first round bye in the playoffs, but the team faces a short week before taking on the New York Jets. In fact, most of the NFL faces a short week because the... Read more.
This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt and Tim will be joined in studio to start show by Milford Football Coach Joe Todd, Milford AD Peter Boucher and Milford Gridiron Club President Tony Chiarelli. They’ll preview Milford’s homecoming game with Sharon... Read more.
This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt, Tim and Craig will be joined by Hopedale Girls Volleyball Coach Andrew Mainini. The Lady Blue Raiders are 10-0 so far this season. Medway Girls Soccer Coach Jason Rojee will also likely call in to discuss their season... Read more.
This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt, Tim and Craig will be joined by Medway AD Rob Pearl. They’ll discuss the fall sports season to date for the Mustangs and preview the Boys/Girls Soccer match at Gillette Stadium on October 17th against... Read more.
This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt, Tim and Craig will be joined by Holliston AD Matt Baker. We’ll discuss the fall sports season to date for the Panthers. Red Sox Senior Vice President / Ticketing, Fenway Events & Concerts Ron Bumgarner will also... Read more.
WMRC-First Class Radio has just completed negotiations with CBS Radio Boston, and has finalized an agreement that will insure that New England Patriot’s Football will be broadcast throughout the Greater Milford market through the 2019/20 season. Read more.
Tom Brady and Patriots have agreed on a 2 year contract extension. Brady is now signed with the team through 2019 when he would be 42 years old. Financial terms of the deal have yet to be disclosed, but speculation is that it's a... Read more.
This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt, Tim and Craig will recap all the High School Hoops from Friday and recap the week in LOCAL sports. Scheduled guests this week include Franklin Girls Swimming Coach Jessica Pridham... Read more.
This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt, Tim and Craig will recap all the High School Hoops results from Friday and recap the week in LOCAL sports. Scheduled guest include Franklin Boys Basketball Coach CJ Neely and Kevin Stone from the Milford Daily News. We'll also... Read more.
The Sports Buzz is LIVE the Day after New Years! This week on The All New Sports Buzz; Matt Romeling and Craig D'Alessandro will host and will be joined by Medway/Ashland Girls Hockey Coach Kurt Carter. The Mustags/Clockers... Read more.
Ranting Romel is a weekly blog (usually sports related) from WMRC’s Matt Romeling. His thoughts and opinions are entirely his own and do not represent WMRC, WMRCdailynews.com or its sponsors and partners. Read more.
Ranting Romel is a weekly blog (usually sports related) by WMRC’s Matt Romeling. His thoughts and opinions are entirely his own and do not represent WMRC, WMRCdailynews.com or its sponsors and partners. Read more.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft has a lot to say about the league he is a part of, Patriots Nation and "one of its all-time great players and a man for whom I have the utmost respect". In a press conference earlier this morning, Kraft expressed his frustration and... Read more.
Tom Brady via Facebook - I am very disappointed by the NFL’s decision to uphold the 4 game suspension against me. I did nothing wrong, and no one in the Patriots organization did either.
Despite submitting to hours of testimony over the past 6 months, it is disappointing... Read more.
USA Today - NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld Tom Brady's four-game Deflategate suspension Tuesday, citing the New England Patriots quarterback's decision to have his cell phone destroyed before a meeting with an NFL-backed investigator as a key piece of... Read more.
USA Today - The decision by the New England Patriots to accept their Deflategate punishments will have no bearing on quarterback Tom Brady's pending appeal, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday at the conclusion of the NFL's spring owners meetings... Read more.
The Sports with Matt Romeling and Dennis Alves airs every Saturday from 10-Noon. This week we will broadcast live from Medway Pride Day. We'll have live interviews form the event. We'll have also radio highlights from Sox/Mariners, a Chris Colabello... Read more.
USA Today - An investigation into the so-called Deflategate scandal concluded it is more likely than not that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady "was at least generally aware of the inappropriate activities" by two team employees that resulted in balls being... Read more.
Despite much media chatter to contrary the Patriots stood pat in round 1 of the NFL Draft on Thursday selecting junior Defensive End Malcom Brown. The Texas native started all 13 games for the Coach Charlie Strong and the Longhorns last season and led the team... Read more.
WMRC-First Class Radio has just completed negotiations with CBS Radio Boston, and has finalized an agreement that will insure that New England Patriot’s Football will be broadcast throughout the Greater Milford market through the 2015/16 season. After signing with WMRC... Read more.
AP - Longtime New England nose tackle Vince Wilfork has signed with the Houston Texans. Wilfork announced the decision on Twitter on Monday, then the Texans confirmed the signing. The 33-year-old has spent his entire 11-year career with the Patriots. Now he'll join... Read more.
The Detroit News reported that Super Bowl XLIX gameday MVP Tom Brady handed the keys of his rightfully won 2015 Chevrolet Colorado to teammate and hero of the game Malcolm Butler, a cornerback for the New England Patriots. It's almost tradition for the Most Valuable... Read more.
Congratulations to our New England Patriots! As we have come to learn and love over the past 14 years or so, the party doesn't end when the whistle blows. In fact, that's when the party really gets started! New Englanders love their celebrations and there's nothing... Read more.
Fox News - Tom Brady's three-yard touchdown pass to Julian Edelman with 2:02 left helped the New England Patriots come back from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Seattle Seahawks, 28-24, in Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Ariz... Read more.
USA TODAY - New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Thursday he had no knowledge of any intentional ball deflation by his team in the AFC Championship Game. He left it open for the NFL investigation to determine how that might have happened.... Read more.
By WMRC's Matt Romeling - After the AFC Championship win over Indianapolis last Sunday Bill Belichick had one of his more comedic moments in his 15 years as HC of the NEP when he channeled his “we’re on to Cincinnati” phrase by proudly proclaiming to a raucous home... Read more.
Bill Belichick has perhaps put a new twist on the cliché “it’s a fine line between genius and insanity.” For the Patriots Coach though perhaps substitute the word deception for insanity, and I’m sure he and his family would prefer we use the former... Read more.