The New England Patriots celebrate International Women’s Day over social media.
Rob Gronkowski announces his return for 2018 NFL season in Instagram statement.
In this fair city Yours Truly calls home, there is a major street named Ming Avenue.
You hear the talk, and you either smirk in disbelief or gnash your teeth in anger.
There might be a few of you out there who think the playoff win over Pittsburgh was sweeter than the Super Bowl win.
The next thing out of Troy Brown’s mouth sounded something like “Hey, if I’m gonna be a number one receiver, I want to be paid like one! I hope the Patriots feel the same way and take care of me!”
Okay, Bill and Bob. He really now is your guy.
Drew Bledsoe now is a Buffalo Bill.
ESPN.com is reporting that talks between New England and Buffalo are heating up and that a deal could be consummated before the weekend to bring Drew Bledsoe to upstate New York.
With the draft approaching it appears that any urgency to trade Drew Bledsoe is the farthest thing from Bill Belichick’s mind.
Is it possible that Drew Bledsoe could still be wearing red white and blue next season?
To most Patriot fans, Drew Bledsoe represents something he’s never been in his entire Patriot career: a draft pick gold mine. The Former Franchise was injured, lost his starting job, and his replacement winds up being Super Bowl MVP and cops a trip to Honolulu. That’s how you go from the future greatest player in team history to prime trade bait.
The Patriots have added another tight end to their roster after reaching a contract agreement with former Seattle Seahawk Christian Fauria.
It’s like the Super Bowl is still going on.
It looks like Belichick hasn’t changed his mind about the six-year veteran, and the team rewarded Vinatieri on Friday with a new three-year contract.
|NBC Sports Boston - Jun 16th, 2021|