State Police said today they've cited now former Patriots player Brandon Spikes on charges he rammed into the back of an SUV on I-495, injuring the three people inside early Sunday. Read more.
Stephen Kurkjian explains.
Patricia Shong, who died Monday, seems like she was a very nice lady: Devoted wife and mother, loyal worker. And a true Patriots fan:
Patricia enjoyed scrapbooking, cross stitching, pixel art, knitting, and crocheting. She relished weekly card night with the ladies. Patricia was known for being an avid reader which all who knew her can attest to based on her mini home library. She especially loved spending time with her family. She would also like us to set the record straight for her: Brady is innocent!!
The marketplace, however, may have a different verdict: Read more.
Patriots supporters have arrived at the league office. Chanting "Free Brady..." pic.twitter.com/KErSZzqDlp
â€” Tiffany Blackmon (@tiffblackmon) May 12, 2015
UPDATE: Barstool's David Portnoy and pals got arrested after handcuffing themselves together in the lobby.
Oh, those wacky Barstool folks, now down in New York for the day. They're all probably way too young to remember the time Dave Maynard led a troop of Minutemen down to New York to protest parking tickets people in Massachusetts started getting even if they had never visited that city.
Brady gets four-game suspension - twice as long as the one initially given Ray Rice.
The Herald posts his Deflategate comments.
Sports Illustrated reports an NFL lawyer concluded "it is more probable than not" that Brady knew his balls were not up to snuff during that game.
WCVB reports the jury in the Odin Lloyd murder case reached a verdict today.
The verdict means an automatic sentence of life without possibility of parole, although the Supreme Judicial Court will review it. He also faces two murder charges in Boston for the death of two men in the South End in 2012.
Bradley got a good view of Rob Gronkowski as the Patriots parade began down Boylston Street.
As he waited for the Patriots parade down Boylston this morning, Nick Barber watched the guy attaching the Patriots banner to the pole atop the Old Hancock Building.
You can sort of see him about halfway up the pole in the photo below - if you squint and use your imagination a bit:
The Globe's Andrew Ryan reports police officers will be instructed to order down anyone they see atop a snow pile during tomorrow's Patriots victory parade.
Too much snow on the ground, too much cold, the Mayor says:
Due to today's bad weather and the worsening forecast for tonight, the New England Patriots and the City of Boston have made the mutual decision to postpone the victory parade until Wednesday, February 4 at 11 a.m.
This is the above-the-fold half of the Seattle Times print-edition front page today.
Because that's when the Patriots Duck Boat parade will start at the Prudential Center. It will end with at City Hall, rather than with the ceremonial dunking in the Charles, because the Duck Boats are not equipped as icebreakers.
UPDATE: Mayor Walsh says no rally at City Hall, though, due to all the snow and the windchill. Also: City is working to remove snow from everywhere, not just the parade route, mayor says. He adds:
I think we're gonna have school tomorrow. We're not cancelling school for the parade tomorrow, I can tell you that.
With police keeping people out of Kenmore Square who weren't there before the end of the game, fans who just want to be part of something big are streaming towards the Parkman Bandstand.
Chris in Boston captured a large crowd on its way there.
UPDATE, 11:40 p.m. People began leaving the bandstand around 11:25 and started heading towards Kenmore Square. Some people began throwing ice chunks on Boylston Street; one car had its windshield shattered at Boylston and Ring Road.