Each time he’s been hit and knocked down, Drew Bledsoe has gotten back up and returned to the huddle. Why? It’s what he does. He’s a football player.
The phrase “Go Blue!” might mean more in Foxborough, Massachusetts than in Ann Arbor, Michigan right now.
ESPN.com reports that New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe was taken to a local hospital on Sunday night for observation following a devastating hit he took from Jets linebacker Mo Lewis during the fourth quarter against the Jets on Sunday.
Drew Bledsoe has earned the reputation of being one of the best pure passers in the game because of what he’s been able to do with his arm, not because of his running ability.
This is a world where the only way people truly believe anything anymore is if they have proof that they should have a reason to.
It’s no secret that a football team needs to play hard for a full 60 minutes, but that’s something that Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said on Thursday that his team will be focusing on.
Heading to Foxboro Stadium this Sunday? If you are, you may want to get there early and be ready for some inconveniences that understandably are extremely necessary.
The NFL announced on Tuesday that the week 2 games that were postponed following the tragedy that took place last week will now be played on the weekend of January 5-7 in order to retain a 16-game regular season schedule.
NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue decided on Thursday that the league would cancel the upcoming games that were scheduled for this weekend, and Patriots head coach Bill Belichick will turn his attention from Carolina to the New York Jets who will be coming to Foxboro next Sunday.
The NFL has announced that a decision has been made regarding Sunday’s upcoming games, and that there will not be any games played this weekend.
Following the tragic events that have taken place in New York City as well as in Washington DC, the NFL released a statement regarding the games for the upcoming weekend.
Bill Belichick announced on Monday the team officially signed 2001 draft choice defensive back Brock Williams, and then immediately placed him on injured reserve.
If New England is going to take the first step back toward respectability, it’s going to require more than just a victory on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
FOXBORO, MA — After heading into last season with most of their offensive line banged up, things appear to looking up for the 2001 New England Patriots. Quarterback Drew Bledsoe […]
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