New England Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy continues to live his best life post Super Bowl glory.
On Tuesday, Van Noy was a guest on Barstool Sports’ “One Bite” pizza review show with founder Dave Portnoy.
Check out Van Noy’s take on a New York slice along with a bonus roasting of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
WARNING: NSFW, Language.
Fitzy returns with an all new episode of “NFL Fan Therapy”.
“After getting back home from the Super Bowl, Francis goes to call his bookie to see how much money he won but he “accidentally” dials Les the Steelers fan by mistake.”
WARNING: NSFW, Language.
For more Patriots and Fan Therapy videos check out
townienews.com or FitzyGFY on YouTube.
Love is in the air across Patriot Nation.
Check out all of the best social media postings from current and former Patriots to their loved ones on Valentines Day, including a funny feature from Super Bowl week with James White.
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The 2018 season couldn’t have ended any better for the New England Patriots.
The team showed the football world that they are “still here” with a sixth Lombardi trophy.
On the team official Twitter account Wednesday, various members of the team thanked fans for their support all season in a special video.
The New England Patriots created a lot of memories during the 2018 season.
On Twitter this past weekend, the NFL shared video of what they felt were the ten best plays by the Patriots on their road to their sixth Super Bowl championship.
From spectacular catches to clutch special teams plays, relive some of the best in the video highlight reel below.
Josh Gordon will be a Super Bowl champion afterall.
According to a
report by ESPN Boston’s Mike Reiss, Gordon will receive a Super Bowl LIII ring from owner Robert Kraft.
In December, Gordon was suspended
indefinitely by the NFL for violating the terms of his reinstatement under the substance abuse policy.
The suspension prevented Gordon from playing in the final two regular season games and playoffs.
In 11 games with the Patriots, Gordon
finished third on the team with 720 receiving yards.
Gordon logged 40 receptions and three touchdowns, one of which was the
500th of Tom Brady’s career.
As the Patriots marched to a Super Bowl championship, Gordon continued to show his support over social media.
Gordon thanked fans and the organization in his Instagram story Monday.
He is eligible to apply for
reinstatement in May pending treatment progress.
Eight days after winning Super Bowl LIII, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has renamed his famous fishing boat.
Spotted by fan Evan Landy, Belichick’s boat got a paint upgrade from “VII Rings to “VIII Rings”.
The boat appears to be in a tropical location far from the cold New England winter.
Belichick’s eight rings come from his tenure with the Patriots (6) and as an assistant with the New York Giants (2) under Bill Parcells.
Belichick donated a
previous fishing boat named “V Rings” to Sail Newport in 2017.
During the third quarter of Super Bowl LIII, Patriots safety Patrick Chung suffered a broken forearm injury that knocked him out of the game.
Chung had surgery performed back on February 9th and
shared video a day later providing an update on his recovery.
On Monday, Chung
shared a photograph (WARNING Graphic) of his scar that coincidentally contained as many stitches as his jersey number.
“23 stitches. Coincidence??? I think not! Hahaha #keepbeingsavage is my new hash!!” Chung wrote below the photograph.
In the days following the Super Bowl, Chung shared a few optimistic postings to his Instagram, including himself in a sling postgame with his father.
Chung signed a
two-year contract extension with the Patriots in March 2018 and is expected to be back in time for training camp next summer. 2019 will mark his 11th NFL season.
As part of NFL Films “Turning Point” series, check out how the New England Patriots successfully held Sean McVay and his Los Angeles Rams offense to just three points in Super Bowl LIII.
(View the episode in its entirety on YouTube per NFL restrictions)
Winning a Super Bowl has a variety of special perks.
During Sunday nights 61st Annual Grammy Awards ceremony, New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman and safety Devin McCourty were selected as the presenters to announce the winner for the
“Best Pop Duo or Group Performance” category.
Lady Gaga won the Grammy Award for her song “Shallow”, sung by Gaga in the film “A Star Is Born” with actor Bradley Cooper.
McCourty and Edelman’s appearance garnered a few boo’s from the Los Angeles crowd, but Devin made light of the situation joking, “LA, thank you for your cheers. Also, thank you for your boos. I appreciate you supporting your community.”
After the show, Edelman shared photographs of himself with Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, actor Mark Wahlberg, musician Rob Thomas, and Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown.
The McCourty twins shared a backstage photo with former First Lady Michelle Obama and actress Jada Pinkett Smith.