Another quiet news day here this morning, but here are today’s New England Patriots headlines from around the internet.
With the Super Bowl ending the football season, Mike Reiss has an entry this morning to let everyone know what’s next for Patriots coverage in his blog at ESPNBoston.com.
The Boston Herald has an article on Robert Kraft, whoÂ will reportedlyÂ be the keynote speaker at a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender networking session.Â According toÂ organizer, Kraft’s appearanceÂ is the first time the owner of one of the cityâ€™s premiere sports teams will headline a major event for gays.
â€śItâ€™s groundbreaking, absolutely groundbreaking,â€ť said David Zimmerman, whose Boston Spirit maggie is putting on the fourth annual LGBT Executive Networking Night later this month. â€śOnce again the New England Patriots and its ownership are leading the way in professional sports.â€ť
Tom Curran writes that the loss by the Steelers ends up being a big win for New England, as their legacy as the dominant team of the decade remains intact.
Kalle Oakes ofÂ The Lewiston Sun-Journal writes that while Brady may be a “lock” to get into the Hall of Fame, so is Ben Roethlisberger.
Nick Underhill of MassLive.com disagrees, and writes that Roethlisberger isn’t in Brady’s class just yet.
WEEI’s Dale and Holley discussed if people watched the Super Bowl from a Patriots perspective and if they played the “what if” game – would the Pats have beaten the Packers?Â You can listen to the audio here.
Erik Scalavino has a position snapshot, with thisÂ edition focusing on the New England defensive backfield.
WEEI.com has an article onÂ draft prospect Jordan Todman, RB from UCONN.Â It includes notes along with a highlight video from YouTube.
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