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Patriots fans vacationing at Old Orchard Beach, Maine this Labor Day weekend were treated to one final airplane banner message for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell as it circled his summer home in the area.
In case you missed it, a brief controversy unfolded on the official Twitter account of the National Football League Sunday night when a seemingly innocent tweet involving Super Bowl predictions appeared to be missing the most recent Super Bowl MVP.
According to news first broken by Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, the NFL announced today that Commissioner Roger Goodell will not be in attendance opening night when “newly-freed” Quarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots take on the Pittsburgh Steelers.
While fans in New England rejoiced at the news their star quarterback was exonerated, others outside the region voiced their displeasure.
Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times is reporting the Patriots have invited former Buccaneers 2015 seventh round pick fullback Joey Isoefa to Foxboro on Thursday for a visit and workouts.
Patriots radio color commentator and former backup Quarterback Scott Zolak handled emcee duties for the discussion. He asked Brady and other players to “name one of the coolest things they did that really allowed them to celebrate as Super Bowl Champs.”
Last time Pats fans heard from Kembrell Thompkins, radio announcer Scott Zolak was searching for show ponies and asking where’s the beef as Thompkins hauled in the winning score against the Saints with five seconds remaining early in the 2013 season.
The Houston Texans tweeted out a picture of Vince Wilfork this morning donning overalls as a promotion of tonight’s new episode of Hard Knocks on HBO.
Boston Herald Patriots beat writer Jeff Howe reported this afternoon fullback James Develin will be placed on season ending injured reserve after fracturing the tibia in his right leg Friday night in the third preseason game against the Carolina Panthers.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter , the New England Patriots completed a trade for second-year return specialist/receiver Jalen Saunders from the New Orleans Saints for a conditional draft pick.