A “throwback thursday” look back at the career of cornerback Mike Haynes as he celebrates his birthday this week.
Fitzy and Kipp react to the New England Patriots signing of Cam Newton in an all new “S**t Pats Fans Say” video.
This time of year tends to be the home stretch for players who are trying to enjoy some additional days with their families before the start of football. Instead, this year may see the coronavirus cause them to cut that short.
There are two main reasons why Newton, a former league MVP was signed by the Patriots so late in the off-season.
Jacoby Brissett featured guest on “Double Coverage with the McCourty Twins”, discusses NFL career and draft day stories.
“Patriots All Access” hosts a conversation about racism with NFL players who share their personal experiences and thoughts on social justice issues.
The Erhardt-Perkins system that Brady excelled in, isn’t exactly a fit for Newton, so if they are serious (and we’ll get to that shortly) about giving the reins of the offense to Newton, then they’re going to have to make some changes to the offense
And with Stidham’s mobility, they should be putting into action some RPO plays to take advantage of that.
Ty Law shares fan-created graphic art of himself, Darrelle Revis, and Stephon Gilmore highlighting the legacy of Patriots jersey number 24 during the dynasty run.
Good morning, here is your Sunday Patriots news 06-21 and AFC East notes this week. And a Happy Father’s Day to the millions of great dads out there. With so […]
Fitzy has a meltdown at Dunkin Donuts thinking about the changes to the New England Patriots this offseason.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers reveal first photographs of Rob Gronkowski wearing team jerseys.
Bill Belichick is the master manipulator and motivator. He can take a team that won a dozen or so games for a decade and make them believe that nobody believes […]
Good morning, here is your Sunday Patriots news 06-14 and AFC East notes this week. Quick Hitters For the Pats, and the NFL: Training Camp: The Patriots will open training […]
If the league and the Patriots in particular, want to do something substantive, they could sign Colin Kaepernick.
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