The Patriots reportedly sign a free agent tight end, Jae Crowder expects to play Thursday against the Blazers, and the Bruins continue to limp to the finish of the NHL season.
Patriots reportedly sign tight end Clay Harbor: According to a league source, New England on Wednesday agreed to terms with free agent Clay Harbor, increasing to five the number of tight ends on the roster. Harbor worked out for the team at the beginning of free agency. (The Boston Globe)
Jae Crowder ready to push his ankle to the limit vs. Blazers on Thursday: The Celtics may have their most versatile player back in uniform when they take on the Trail Blazers Thursday night at the Moda Center. (WEEI.com)
Red Sox pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez reportedly won’t return until May:
#RedSox LHP Eduardo Rodriguez scheduled for 2-3 live BP sessions before he gets in a game. He will not be back until some point in May.
— Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) March 30, 2016
Bengals reportedly sign former Patriots receiver Brandon LaFell:
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) March 30, 2016
Why the Red Sox should send Rusney Castillo to Pawtucket: The combination of a .253/.288/.359 line in the majors last year and a .189/.259/.208 line this spring convinced the Sox to reach a different conclusion: Castillo is not ready for an everyday role. (The Boston Globe)
It may be a rough final week for the Bruins: When you’ve found yourselves only having amassed two out of a possible 14 points over the last seven games during the stretch run of the regular season, you can imagine the tendency to succumb to little unlikelihoods of the game. (Boston.com)
This is how tough the “Big Bad Bruins” were: