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Matt Patricia ‘Clowns’ Goodell On the Flight Home

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February 7, 2017 at 5:00 am ET

Matt Patricia ‘Clowns’ Goodell On the Flight Home(PHOTO: Ron Chenoy - USA TODAY Sports)
Posted: Feb 07, 2017 05:00
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It appears that there is little love in the Patriots locker room for Roger Goodell to the point where even one of the coaches is taking part in goofing on the NFL commissioner.

Player favorite Matt Patricia was spotted wearing a t-shirt with a rendition of Goodell with a clown nose as he got off the plane, with the Patriots’ defensive coordinator further endearing him to a fan base that watched him lead this defense to an NFL best in points allowed this season, as well as seeing that same group shut the Falcons out for the final quarter plus as the Patriots ran off 31-straight points, the final six of which came in overtime to win Super Bowl LI.

You’ve gotta love him, and fortunately after not taking a head coaching position, he’ll be back on the sidelines again for New England in 2017.

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