Jermaine Wiggins learned his true feelings about salt water when he joined Charlie Moore in the latest episode of “Charlie Moore Outdoors.” The former New England Patriots tight end went out on the ocean with the Mad Fisherman, but as it turned out, Wiggins preferred calmer waters and spent most of the trip seasick. Moore admitted that the fishing wasn’t as good, either. But...
Former New England Patriot and NESN’s own Jermaine Wiggins is gone fishing this Sunday with The Mad Fisherman himself, Charlie Moore. Wiggy tried to dig a bit deeper into what makes Charlie tick, all while enjoying the open water, good conversation and Charlie’s usual antics. Check out the episode preview above and be sure to catch this new episode of “Charlie Moore Outdoors”...
This is a story about Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. trying to fight former teammate Jermaine Wiggins. Here’s some background. Wiggins was a part of the New England Patriots’ first Super Bowl team in 2001. The fact that he grew up in East Boston, Mass. coupled with some of the big plays he...Read More
Former New England Patriots tight end Jermaine Wiggins grew up in East Boston, so he certainly knows his way around town. Wiggins also knows where to go to get a delicious meal, and his favorite haunts include East Boston pizza staple Santarpio’s and Italian restaurant Jevelli’s, located right down the street. Check out all of Wiggy’s favorite spots in the video above. Thumbnail...
As the initial flurry of free-agent signings began to die down, Jermaine Wiggins joined Adam Pellerin in the NESN studio Monday night to break down the moves the New England Patriots have made thus far. The Patriots made a splash late last week, particularly with the additions of cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner, but Wiggy says the Pats could still benefit from adding...
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