Author Archives: Robert Alvarez

Julian Edelman Shares Workout Video, Says He’s “Determined”

Robert Alvarez
February 23, 2018 at 9:58 am ET

As the New England Patriots turned the page for 2018 season preparations, wide receiver Julian Edelman continues his comeback following the ACL injury last August that forced him to miss the entire season.

Taking to his social media accounts Tuesday, Edelman, now six months removed from the injury, shared a workout video of himself leashed to a resistance band while running in a straight line, a technique used in the “TB12 method”.

The short video, set to a brief music clip from the new Drake single “Gods Plan” was accompanied by a caption that said “Determined”.

Edelman’s recovery process is on track for training camp.


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PHOTO: Tom Brady “Wins”First Sunday With No Football

Robert Alvarez
February 15, 2018 at 6:00 pm ET

It didn’t take long for quarterback Tom Brady to move on from the Super Bowl.

On Instagram Sunday, the first with no scheduled football games until next August, Brady shared an affectionate photograph with himself and his wife Gisele Bundchen kissing at their Costa Rica vacation home.

“This Sunday’s outcome is a lot better than last Sunday’s. #losingstreakstopsatone”

Even in defeat, Brady always wins.

Best Of Social Media: The New England Patriots Celebrate Valentines Day

Robert Alvarez
at 5:00 pm ET

As the 2018 offseason gets underway, members of the New England Patriots took time to share some heartfelt Valentines Day social media posts with their loved ones.

For the immediate future, many of the Patriots will now take some time away from the rigors of a football season and you can check out some of their getaway vacation locations below.

Tonight. My valentine ❤️

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Julian Edelman Inducted Into College of San Mateo Athletics Hall Of Fame

Robert Alvarez
at 4:00 pm ET

The 2017 season will likely go down as a forgettable one for New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, who missed the season recovering from ACL surgery while watching his team march to another Super Bowl appearance from the sidelines.

A week into the off season, there was some positive news for Edelman moving forward into 2018 when he was chosen for induction into the College of San Mateo Athletics Hall of Fame.

Edelman, who played his first year of college football at the school before transferring to Kent State University, credited the College as the place that “helped mold me into what I am today.”

In his one season as a freshman starting quarterback, Edelman passed for 1,312 yards and 14 touchdowns, while also rushing for a school-record 1,253 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Marquis Flowers Goes After Patriots Critics With A Series Of Tweets

Robert Alvarez
at 2:00 pm ET

As the New England Patriots continue the process of moving on from the 2017 season, linebacker Marquis Flowers took to his Twitter account Monday to try and clear the air with those criticizing himself and his team in the aftermath of Super Bowl LII.

Beginning with an article in the Boston Sports Journal by Greg Bedard that viewed Flowers Super Bowl performance as worse than the issue with Malcolm Butler’s benching, Flowers defended his head coaches decision making while also holding himself accountable for a bad game.

Secondly, Flowers responded to a quote from Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Lane Johnson who referred to the Patriots as a “fear based organization.”

When a fan pushed Flowers further on defending Belichick with a tweet that read “so you believe your teammate malcolm butler who you worked with all year the blood sweat and tears he didnt deserve to play???? did u tell him that marquis??” Flowers reiterated how those decisions were out of his control.

To conclude his series of tweets, Flowers shared what a full season under Belichick helped him with most while also calling out a few internet trolls that wanted to give him a hard time.

Flowers will head into the off season as a free agent, but judging by his defense and outpouring of emotion towards his time so far New England, he certainly learned a lot in just one full season.

VIDEO: On Randy Moss’ Birthday, Check Out Every TD Of 40 Plus Yards

Robert Alvarez
at 10:30 am ET

Newly elected Pro Football Hall of Famer Randy Moss celebrated his 41st birthday on Tuesday, and to celebrate the occasion the NFL compiled video of every single Moss touchdown from over 40 yards.

From his rookie season in 1998 to his final season in 2012 with the San Francisco 49ers, check out how many times defenses were “Mossed” over his legendary career.

VIDEO: NFL Fan Therapy – Patriots Super Loss Counseling

Robert Alvarez
February 10, 2018 at 3:58 pm ET

NFL Fan Therapy returns with a new episode involving Patriots fans following their tough Super Bowl loss.

“The Philadelphia Eagles beat Tom Brady and the Patriots in the Super Bowl and now Francis and the rest of the New England fan base is still coming to grips with the loss.”

Video courtesy, @Fitzy GFY,

Patriots React To News of Garoppolo Record Deal With 49ers

Robert Alvarez
February 9, 2018 at 8:04 pm ET

On Thursday, former New England Patriots quarterback and current San Francisco 49er Jimmy Garoppolo made headlines when he agreed to an NFL record 5-Year, $137.5 Million Contract.

On social media, a few of Garoppolo’s old teammates in New England took time to congratulate him on his new deal and wished him well.


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Antonio Brown Jabs Brady Dropped Catch, Forget’s He’s Sitting Home

Robert Alvarez
February 8, 2018 at 9:01 pm ET

Not a whole lot went the Patriots way during Super Bowl LI, but unlike 15 other AFC teams, they still managed to claw their way to an eighth NFL title game appearance under head coach Bill Belichick.

One of those losing teams was the Pittsburgh Steelers, who went one and done in the postseason and will enter 2018 without a championship ring in the last nine seasons.

Despite their head coach proclaiming “we expect to be there” and players chirping about a rematch with the Patriots, it never came to fruition as Steelers were sent packing for the Pro Bowl by the Jaguars.

Which takes us to Monday, Over his Instagram account Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown decided to poke a little fun at Tom Brady’s dropped reception and old teammate James Harrison.

So to recap, despite not having a win against the Patriots since 2011, Brown for whatever reason fired a slight shot when they were down and out, because the only place the Steelers can beat New England of late is behind a screen.

VIDEO: @FitzyGFY’s Wicked Pissah Super Bowl 52-Cast

Robert Alvarez
February 4, 2018 at 12:00 pm ET

New England Patriots superfan Fitzy returns with an all new webcast previewing the Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night.

WARNING: NSFW, Language.

Video courtesy @FitzyGFY