Morning Sports Update: Watch the trailer for Tom Brady’s new TV show ‘Religion of Sports’

Brady worked on the show with former NY Giants rival Michael Strahan.

Michael Strahan denied Tom Brady a Super Bowl in 2007... now they're coworkers? The Associated Press

The Patriots soaked in their big win Monday, while the Celtics made their final roster cut as the regular season approaches.

Here’s the trailer for Tom Brady’s new show ‘Religion of Sports’: Tom Brady had a little more spare time this summer and fall, and it appears that part of it was spent in a very uncharacteristic way. Brady has worked hard to avoid the limelight, but fans may get a little more insight into the mind of the quarterback when ‘Religion of Sports’ premieres on November 15. Brady worked as an executive producer for the show alongside Michael Strahan and Gotham Chopra. (Youtube via NESN)


Sources: Red Sox scouting chief Amiel Sawdaye joining Mike Hazen in Arizona: Yet another front office staffer has departed the Red Sox in the wake of Mike Hazen’s hiring as general manager of the Diamondbacks. Vice-president of amateur and international scouting Amiel Sawdaye has followed Hazen to Arizona. During Sawdaye’s tenure, the Red Sox drafted All-Stars Jackie Bradley Jr., and Mookie Betts. Sawdaye will be Hazen’s assistant general manager. (WEEI)

Red Sox may not fill their GM opening: It now appears the Red Sox will not replace Mike Hazen, with Dave Dombrowski possessing most of the impact in personnel decisions anyway. The previously mentioned Amiel Sawdaye had been a candidate before the team decided to forgo filling the position, as was former Braves GM and current senior vice president of baseball operations Frank Wren. Former general manager Ben Cherington was also recently hired by the Blue Jays. (Boston Globe)


NFL Trade Rumors: Joe Staley “available,” Patriots could be interested: As originally reported by Pro Football Talk, 49ers star guard Joe Staley has been made available via trade, and the Patriots are interested. However, the report also notes that the Patriots would seem to be a longshot, given their reluctance to supply San Francisco with the 1st round pick they are currently seeking. The Patriots are also interested in Browns tackle Joe Thomas, but with the same caveat. (NESN)

Rex Ryan on Patriots-Bills matchup: “I don’t know how much more important it could be”: The Patriots are once again the next team on the Bills’ schedule, and Rex Ryan has declared the game to be the most important of the season. His theory carries some weight in this case though, as the Bills have sagged to 4-3 after a road loss to the Dolphins Sunday, but the AFC Wild Card is also pretty wide-open. The Bills host the Patriots this Sunday at 1 p.m. (WEEI)


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