A Boston Herald report that said New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady would sit out from all off-season activities unless the team upped his salary has been pulled from the newspaper's website due to sourcing questions.
"The dominoes are about to continue their Foxboro free fall".
This is not the first time Borges has been handed down a suspension from a Boston-based publication.
A source told Kyed to "trust your instincts", which is good advice, unless you have Borges' instincts, in which case you probably should do a little more research.
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Tom E. Curran of NBC Sports Boston's reported that Brady's reported demand is inaccurate. It also fed into an overall narrative that Brady is no fan of Garoppolo after ESPN's reporting on an alleged power struggle between Brady, Bill Belichick, and Robert Kraft.
Friday morning, the Twitter account for WEEI sports radio show Kirk & Callahan published texts it says a listener identified as "Nick in Boston" sent to Borges, claiming to be Brady's manager Don Yee and offering the juicy, and untrue, details. The Herald immediately took down the column and we've yet to have a response from Borges. It's no longer available online.
Borges responded by saying "Sounds like I need to write a column today".
"Somebody tweeted Ron Borges" phone number and I just picked it up and for some reason I just thought, "Hey, I'll text him and say I'm Don Yee.' And he just went with it for some reason", Nick in Boston explained on WEEI Friday morning (via PFT).