Brady's latest ad is UGGsly

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Brady's latest ad is UGGsly

By Jon Fucile
WickedGoodSports.com

After the fiasco on the water slide where Tom Brady looked like he was terrified going down what looked like a three foot slide, one had to wonder whether or not Brady could possibly be less manly. Weve seen people getting chased by bears that looked less scared than Brady on that water slide.

Then Brady one-upped himself. Or one-downed himself depending on how you look at it. He made a deal with UGG to promote UGGs for men.

Let that sentence sink in for a little bit here: UGGs. For. Men.

Ugh. Notice it doesnt say For Real Men because that would just be false advertising. This ad looks like hes trying to be some kind of cowboy. You know, the type of cowboy that would get the crap kicked out of him if he showed up to a saloon wearing those boots.

No one should ever wear UGGs. Not men, not women and especially not NFL quarterbacks. UGGs are ugly, idiotic footwear that spoiled teenage girls and 40-year old ladies who are pretending theyre still in their early 20s wear. Yeah, it is totally a great idea to wear some fur lined boots in the summer time with your mini skirt that wouldnt fit a 5-year old, you fool.

You look ridiculous.

Brady might as well just grow his hair out, throw on some tight jeans and walk around holding his kid while sporting his new foot wear because if he wants to dress like one of those girls from 16 and Pregnant he might as well play the part, too.

Seriously, Tom, what the hell is wrong with you? You dont need the money that bad. Youre the highest paid quarterback in the NFL and your wife makes millions and millions a year for looking good from the neck down. She probably wants a real man. If you keep wearing UGGs, you do know how this is going to end up dont you?

The ladies love Chad! We polled a couple of other big Boston athletes to get their opinions. Hey Jason Varitek, would you wear UGGs?

Hes about 80 and that is just one of the reasons he wouldnt wear UGGs. How about you, Tim Thomas? Would someone as awesome as you wear something so crappy?

See that, Tom? See?! Real champions dont wear UGGs. Maybe this is why Eli said he's as good as you. Obviously, he isnt as good talent-wise but his Manningface isnt nearly as terrible as those UGGs, Tom.

Eli has to get drunk to watch highlights of himself after games and to get through Tom Brady UGGs ads without waiting to physically harm himself. All we can hope for is that Bill pulls Tom aside and gives him the what-for!

Well forgive you if you win another Super Bowl this year. Maybe.

Patriots release a pair from end of roster

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Patriots release a pair from end of roster

After importing a fleet of corners over the weekend, the Patriots released veteran Rashaan Melvin on Monday.

Melvin was claimed off waivers in October of last season as the Patriots were combing the league for cornerback depth. He’d been with the Ravens previously and was targeted repeatedly by Tom Brady in the 2014 AFC Divisional Playoff win. Soon after joining the Patriots, he was on the field against the Giants in Week 9 when Justin Coleman got injured. It didn’t go well as Eli Manning sought Melvin out and chewed him up.

The Patriots released Melvin in mid-December and then signed him back to their practice squad.

The Patriots drafted Cyrus Jones on Friday and reportedly added four more undrafted corners (the team hasn’t confirmed those agreements yet) so Melvin became expendable.

The Patriots also released linebacker James Vaughters, who they signed to a futures contract in January.

Red Sox President Sam Kennedy on the "State of the Sox"

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Red Sox President Sam Kennedy on the "State of the Sox"

In episode 9 of "The Baseball Show" podcast, Sean McAdam talks with Boston Red Sox Team President Sam Kennedy about a wide range of issues, including the pressure to win this season after two straight last place finishes, the long-term future of Fenway Park, increasing revenue with other events, and changing the schedule early in the season for more games played in better weather.

McAdam also talks about recent MLB suspensions for PED's of Chris Collabello of the Toronto Blue Jays and Dee Gordon of the Miami Marlins. Should teams pay a penalty for their players' actions? Are suspensions too long?