Tom Brady may not be in Foxboro for OTA’s, but that isn’t stopping him from getting in some rather unique workouts.
Over the weekend, Brady was overseas in attendance at the Monaco Grand Prix as part of some promotional work with Swiss luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer and in the process threw some long passes on board a yacht to Formula 1 driver and race winner Daniel Ricciardo, who was standing on a separate yacht.
The Patriots meanwhile, will host their second round of OTA sessions on Wednesday and Thursday of this week, Brady is not expected to be in attendance.
On social media Monday, multiple members of the New England Patriots took time out of their Memorial Day holiday to pay their respects to the true Patriots that paid the ultimate price serving in the United States Armed Services.
Take a moment today to think of the men and women who lost their life for our freedom…Praying for the families who live everyday with that loss..THANK YOU..and much respect to the service men and women who carry on the legacy of their brothers and sisters #FreedomIsntFree
We are so fortunate and blessed to live in this wonderful Country. None of that would be possible with out the brave men and women who have sacrificed so much. Let’s remember and honor them not only today but everyday!
Is there a more unpredictable Instagram account than that of Rob Gronkowski’s?
On Thursday, Gronk shared a rather eye opening picture of himself in full scuba gear with a tiger shark casually swimming past him in open waters.
The photograph coincided with a press release shared by the Discovery Channel announcing that the Patriots tight end will be prominently featured in the network’s Shark Week program “Monster Tag”
“Top athletes including Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Olympic Champion Lindsey Vonn and New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will join forces with top shark scientists to learn crucial information about the ocean’s top predators. Shark populations are in trouble worldwide, but a daring collection of dedicated shark researchers are using the latest satellite technology to try and save them. If researchers can use satellite wildlife tags to figure out where sharks feed, mate, and birth their pups, the information will be critical to conserving the species. Produced by Propagate Content.”
The program will air during the 30th anniversary of “Shark Week” at a later date between July 22nd and 29th.
Saw Tom Brady’s outfit for the Met Gala. Let me just say… I support it. You reach a certain point, have as much success as he’s had, you can wear whatever you want. He could show up as Spiderman or an old-school rapper and I’d be like, “Man, I respect it, go with what you feel.”
According to a Boston Globe article by Christina Prignano, “The theme of the event was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” leading some stars to show up in celestial-inspired gowns and others channeling religious themes.”
We’ll leave the interpretation of that up to you. In the meantime, it’s just another offseason in the extravagant life of Tom Brady.
It’s been nearly 18 years since former New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe was a key figure in the local sports scene, but over the past two weeks, Bledsoe gained some newfound Boston attention from a very unlikely source, Terry Rozier and the Celtics playoff run.
To set the stage, in Game 1 of the Celtics first round matchup with the Milwaukee Bucks, C’s point guard Rozier called Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe “Drew”, either by accident or a little subtle trash talk after the teams Game 1 victory.
In response, the Bucks Bledsoe claimed he had no idea who Rozier even was after the Bucks tied the series in Game 2.
The Patriots meanwhile, saw the war of words as a perfect way to troll the Milwaukee Bucks while also showing some support for the local basketball team. The series was a tight back and forth that resulted in a Game 7 in Boston.
So at least for one series, Drew Bledsoe had some of the sports spotlight shined back on him and he didn’t disappoint. Helping provide one of the funniest and random Boston sports collaborations of recent memory.