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PHOTO: Tom Brady “No Days Off”

Robert Alvarez
February 18, 2020 at 3:18 pm ET

Well, there are still no recent real estate updates to #BradyWatch2020 but we did get a look into Brady’s offseason workouts this week.

On Instagram Monday, Brady shared a photo with his wife Gisele training together on the Presidents Day holiday.

“No Days Off” the familiar caption read.

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#nodaysoff 😍

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Brady also shared some emotional words directed at his critics in an Instagram story.

In the meantime, the wait for a decision rolls on, but it’s clear wherever Brady ends up, he’s as motivated as ever.

At the time of this posting, NFL Free Agency begins in exactly 30 days.

WATCH: The Great Brady Heist – The Story Of Tom Brady’s Stolen Super Bowl LI Jersey

Robert Alvarez
at 3:03 pm ET

Back on February 1st, FOX Sports with NFL Films aired a documentary covering the theft and recovery of quarterback Tom Brady’s Super Bowl LI jersey from the Patriots locker room.

The documentary shares never before seen Super Bowl surveillance footage and profiles just how the FBI tracked down the memorabilia.

In case you missed it, check out the documentary in its entirety below.

Video courtesy, FOX Sports.

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

Robert Alvarez
February 14, 2020 at 5:09 pm ET

With the 2020 off-season underway, members of the New England Patriots took time to share some heartfelt Valentines Day social media posts with their loved ones.

As the NFL calendar remains empty until free agency opens in March, mid-February becomes a time of rest and relaxation across the NFL for active players and their families following the Super Bowl.

Check out some of the best photos and messages shared by the team below.

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My forever Valentine ❤️

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Forever My Lady ❤️

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My forever valentine ❤️

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Tom Brady Takes A Funny Shot At Peyton Manning’s Golf Game Over Twitter

Robert Alvarez
February 8, 2020 at 1:30 pm ET

Even though one of them is retired, the Peyton Manning/Tom Brady rivalry continues off the football field.

On Friday, Brady fired off a funny roast at Manning following a tweet that read “Brady would have sunk this” in reference to a shot made by Manning at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am celebrity golf tournament.

Brady, who is expected to return for his 21st NFL season saw an easy opportunity to make a retirement jab.

He didn’t disappoint.


PHOTO: Tom Brady “The Only Way Is Through”

Robert Alvarez
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While it remains to be seen where quarterback Tom Brady will play in 2020, any leftover chance of retirement appears over.

On his Instagram account Friday, Brady shared a beach workout photograph with a caption counting down the weeks until kickoff.

“31 weeks until kickoff. That’s a lot of time to get better. #TheOnlyWayIsThrough”

On Wednesday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter told WEEI’s Greg Hill Morning show that Brady and the Patriots have no had contract discussions to this point.

“Not contractually. They haven’t had negotiations,” he said. “They haven’t sat down to have the conversation they need to have — ‘Hey, what do you want to do?’ I am sure they are talking generally. Yeah, I am sure. They were at the Super Bowl on Sunday together.”

Schefter also told WEEI he expects the Patriots will reach a resolution with Brady before free agency begins.

“I am just saying if you’re New England, you need to get that answer,” Schefter said. “You can’t repeat at quarterback what happened at tight end last year. At tight end last year Rob Gronkowski announces the eve of the owners meetings in late March he’s retiring. We were two weeks into free agency at that point in time. There’s no other suitable alternatives on the free agent market at tight end and New England really never filled the position all year long. They did the best they could, but there’s nobody like that.”

The Patriots could negotiate and resign Brady at any point between now and the start of free agency.

The rest of the NFL has to wait until the start of the legal tampering window at 11am on March 16th and ending at 2:59pm March 18th.

VIDEO: NFL Fan Therapy – Tom Brady Isn’t Going Anywhere

Robert Alvarez
at 11:53 am ET

NFL Fan Therapy returns with an all new Patriots episode featuring Francis’ thoughts on a Tom Brady return.

“No, unfortunately the Patriots didn’t make it back to the Super Bowl this year, but Francis has good news for the group- Tom Brady’s coming back and he isn’t going anywhere! #NFLFanTherapy” 

WARNING: NSFW, Language.

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VIDEO: Three Years Ago Today The Patriots Won Super Bowl LI

Robert Alvarez
February 5, 2020 at 4:08 pm ET

“They have completed the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history.”

Three years ago today, New England Patriots radio play-by-play man Bob Socci uttered those words following the teams historic 25-point comeback victory over the Atlanta Falcons.

After trailing 28-3 with just under five minutes to play in the third quarter, the Patriots went on an unprecedented 31-0 scoring run, clinching their fifth Lombardi trophy during the first overtime in Super Bowl history.

Relive some of the sights and sounds from the game courtesy of the Patriots twitter account.

PHOTO: Julian Edelman To Tom Brady “Baby Come Back”

Robert Alvarez
February 4, 2020 at 7:24 pm ET

Add Julian Edelman to the campaign seeking a Tom Brady return to New England.

On his Instagram, Edelman shared a photoshopped image of himself in the memorable boombox scene from John Cusak’s 1989 film “Say Anything”.

“Baby Come Back”, Edelman wrote in an accompanying caption.

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Baby come back @tombrady

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Over the weekend, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported the Patriots are willing to pay Brady $30 million per year to keep him in New England.

The Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders have emerged as other legitimate candidates for Brady in 2020.

If a deal with the Patriots isn’t agreed to over the next 43 days, Brady will hit free agency March 18th.

In the meantime, the Brady watch rolls on.

PHOTOS: The Patriots Reflect Back On Super Bowl Memories

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at 8:38 am ET

Super Bowl LIV marked the first time since the 2015 season the Patriots were not the AFC representatives.

On social media Sunday, a few current and former Patriots reflected back on their best memories from the big game.

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When a dream becomes a reality.

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VIDEO: 18 Years Ago Today, The Patriots Won Their First Super Bowl

Robert Alvarez
February 3, 2020 at 8:38 pm ET

They say you always remember your first.

On Twitter Monday, the New England Patriots shared throwback footage from Super Bowl XXXVI against the St. Louis Rams.

Entering as 14-point underdogs and riding a first-year starter Tom Brady at quarterback, the Patriots walked away with a dramatic 20-17 victory in the final seconds for Lombardi number one.

Relive all the best moments in the link below.