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Malcolm Butler is having a very impressive training camp and on Monday he had a couple of impressive pass breakups as well as a one-handed interception.
Here is our 53 Man Roster Projection 3.0 based on how things have been progressing in camp and if the season started tomorrow.
The Patriots are awaiting news from the Brady hearing in NY Federal Court on Weds the day before their first preseason game to learn if his suspension holds.
Injuries have started to become an issue and Friday saw one of the Patriots’ key players join the list of guys who have gotten banged up early in camp.
One of the key players to watch during the Patriots’ training camp has been DE Jabaal Sheard. He’s off to a very solid start and is primed for a key role.
Former Patriot Willie McGinest was honored on Wednesday night as the defensive end was enshrined into the team’s Hall of Fame in front of a big crowd outside the Hall At Patriot Place Presented by Ratheon.
The New England Patriots were back on the practice field Tuesday afternoon for day five of training camp.
After releasing offensive lineman Kevin Hughes and defensive lineman Vince Taylor on Monday, the Patriots added some additional players Tuesday as they continue getting a look at players in their second week of training camp.
This is a world where the only way people truly believe anything anymore is if they have proof that they should have a reason to.
The NFL has announced that a decision has been made regarding Sunday’s upcoming games, and that there will not be any games played this weekend.
Following the tragic events that have taken place in New York City as well as in Washington DC, the NFL released a statement regarding the games for the upcoming weekend.
Bill Belichick announced on Monday the team officially signed 2001 draft choice defensive back Brock Williams, and then immediately placed him on injured reserve.
FOXBORO, MA — After heading into last season with most of their offensive line banged up, things appear to looking up for the 2001 New England Patriots. Quarterback Drew Bledsoe […]
Led by three interceptions, the Patriot defense suffocated the Carolina Panthers, while third string quarterback Tom Brady tossed a touchdown pass to David Patten, leading the Patriots to a 23-8 exhibition win Saturday night.
Tuesday, August 15, 2001. On this day, Bill Belichick quite possibly took the 2001 Patriot campaign and flushed it down the drain. And it was the absolute correct thing to do.
|ProFootballTalk.com - Mar 4th, 2021|