Fox unconcerned about McDaniels influence

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Fox unconcerned about McDaniels influence

FOXBORO - Color John Fox unconcerned. The Broncos head coach said on Tuesday that he's not losing sleep over the return of former Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels to the Patriots coaching staff. "Every organization has a building full of pro scouts, scouting departments ... our write-ups are fairly big on every player that's on both teams as it is so it's going to come down really to Broncos and Patriots," said Fox.

Asked a follow-up question, Fox stated, "We change players with teams all throughout the year. I think it's a lot about nothing."Tim Tebow, drafted 25th overall by the McDaniels regime in 2010, said,"I wish (McDaniels) nothing but the best. I'm happy for him in his new situation and I want to congratulate him. It's not about him, it's about the Broncos and the Patriots and going into a hostile environment and trying to play a good game against a great team and Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, a team I've watched over the last 12 years growing up. It's exciting."

Antoine Walker congratulates Paul Pierce on his 'great career'

Antoine Walker congratulates Paul Pierce on his 'great career'

Paul Pierce played his final NBA game on Sunday night, marking the end to his 19-year career.

After the game, Pierce's former Celtics teammate, Antoine Walker, congratulated him on a "great career" saying, "HALL OF FAME NEXT"

Pierce and Walker were teammates for six seasons with the Green Team. 

Do the Red Sox have a leadership problem without David Ortiz?

Do the Red Sox have a leadership problem without David Ortiz?

Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, and Jared Carrabis discuss if the Red Sox now have a leadership problem in their clubhouse without the veteran presence of David Ortiz.