Rob Gronkowski may no longer be making an impact on a football field, but it remains business as usual in the community helping others.
On Wednesday, Gronk and his brothers traveled to the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital in Portland Maine to spend time with the patients and donate a $25,000 check.
“We saw about a dozen kids, to put a smile on their face meant a lot,” Gronkowski
said of the visit. “To see them come up and joy, cheers of joy, just have a blast, talk to them, have them ask questions about sports, it was awesome to see and awesome to put a smile on the kid’s faces.”
Check out the full CBS News report from Gronk’s visit in the tweet below.
The good deeds didn’t stop there, Gronk also hosted his annual kids camp last weekend and shared a recap of the event over Instagram.
The kids also asked some tough questions.
Despite his playing days coming to an end, Gronk keeps finding new ways to put smiles on faces.
With his time as Boston Bruins
banner captain long over following a tough Stanley Cup Final defeat, New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman is full speed ahead into 2019’s Super Bowl defense.
On Instagram Thursday, Edelman shared a short hype video to go along with a caption that read “New Year, New Mountain To Climb.”
Despite making a full comeback in 2018 that led to Super Bowl MVP, Edelman is clearly hungry to play a full 16 game schedule for the first time in three years.
September 8th can’t come soon enough.
Need a football fix during the dog days of summer?
Well it’s “docu-tyme”.
Check out the first official promo for
100% Julian Edelman, a feature documentary produced by Showtime.
The documentary follows Edelman’s journey from a season-ending ACL injury in 2017 to Super Bowl MVP this past February.
Michael Rapaport provides narration along with interviews from Tom Brady, Snoop Dogg, Michael Strahan, Deion Sanders and Mark Wahlberg.
100% Julian Edelman will air at 9pm EST July 28th on Showtime.
The Patriots shared new footage from the Super Bowl LIII ring party on Friday over social media.
Check out the video below containing a few players and coaches discussing the importance of their Super Bowl LIII championship ring.
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2019 continues to be a turnaround year for defensive tackle Danny Shelton.
After being benched for four of the final eight games, Shelton turned in his best performance during Super Bowl LIII.
Shelton helped the Patriots defense shut down the Los Angles Rams running game.
The Rams wound up averaging just 3.4 yards a carry by the end of the night.
Check out some of Shelton’s Super Bowl impact courtesy of CLNS Media’s Evan Lazar.
On Monday, the New England Patriots elected to
bring back Shelton on a one-year deal as first reported by ESPN’s Field Yates.
Shelton thanked the Patriots for the new opportunity on Instagram while also revealing he will be a father later this summer.
Congratulations to Danny and family!
Monday marked the beginning of organized team activities (OTA’s) across the NFL.
As the New England Patriots begin their title defense, check out some classic sound bites of Bill Belichick mic’d up courtesy of NFL Films.
“Don’t out dumb yourself.”
Tom Brady’s trophy case just got even more crowded.
On Monday, the “Tom vs. Time” Facebook documentary series was named the winner for “outstanding serialized sports documentary” by the Sports Emmy Awards.
beat out two volumes of Amazon Prime’s “All or Nothing” featuring Manchester City and the Dallas Cowboys, HBO’s “Being Serena,” and ESPN+’s “Quest for the Stanley Cup.”
The series premiered in January 2018 during the NFL playoffs and offered a behind-the-scenes look into Brady’s life both on and off the field throughout the 2018 season.
Brady reflected back on the process it took to film the series in an Instagram post on Tuesday.
You can re-watch the series at
Over the weekend, Jason and Devin McCourty returned to their alma mater of Rutgers University as the honorary commencement speakers for the graduating class of 2019.
Jason McCourty graduated from Rutgers in 2009, and Devin a year later in 2010.
Both siblings became the first twins to play in and win a Super Bowl together this past February.
Their speech stressed the importance of an education and how despite successful careers in the NFL, those close to them felt earning degrees were a necessary backup plan.
Check out their full address courtesy of the Patriots YouTube account below.
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman has accomplished many things over the course of his life and now can add college graduate to his resume.
Last weekend Edelman completed his degree from Kent State University nearly ten years after leaving the school for the NFL.
graduated with a bachelors degree as an integrated studies major.
Check out some video highlights from Edelman’s special day courtesy of the Patriots team cameras.
Leading up to graduation, Edelman shared the backstory behind his efforts to complete his education and Tom Brady saw an opportunity for a little laugh.
On May 6th, safety Rodney Harrison was selected to be the 29th member of the New England Patriots Hall of Fame.
On Twitter, the team paid tribute to Harrison with a highlight reel of top plays from his Foxborough tenure.
Check out some of the best below.
Harrison will join offensive tackle Leon Gray in an induction ceremony outside The Hall at Patriot Place on July 29th.