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Chat wrap (Sox shortstop edition)

Posted by Chad Finn, Globe Staff  November 26, 2009 08:09 PM

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After watching last night's Cowboys-Raiders snoozefest, I'm pretty sure Richard Seymour (three tackles, allegedly) is the first player since the Lions' Aaron Gibson in 2000 to play an entire game in a tryptophan coma. What a culture shock it still must be for him, going from playing for the guy on the left over there to Tom Cable.

Anyway, no Black Friday for me -- as usual, it's Chat Friday, and we gladly talked turkey (sorry) about the Sox shortstop situation, why we should be skeptical about the Halladay gossip, Pats-Saints, and even some media matters.

Click the replay button below to read the transcript.

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