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The Patriots are releasing the 2nd year player from Troy with a failed non-football injury designation according to ESPN’s Field Yates.
“He’s got special pass-rushing skills,” Kuligowski said. “He’s a guy that can play on every special teams. He’s very smart. If Trent gets drafted late, he’ll be a stea
So why is there so much tension there? It is called a culture of winning. Bill Belichick knows and has witnessed, in his 35+ years in the NFL,
Jackson has good athleticism and he will fight for the ball at the high point. While he isn’t a burner and doesn’t possess great top end speed, he’s quick off the line and at the snap he can lock up with a receiver and is very physical.
With the 2018 NFL Draft in the books, when it comes to the Patriots, the more things change, the more they remain the same. Bill Belichick is the master at […]
Good morning, here are your Sunday’s Patriots news 4-29, & AFC East Notes Quick Hitters: The Patriots made a curious decision to hold their post-Day 2 draft press conference immediately […]
Gronkowski Announcement Doesn’t Change Much: Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and his agent Drew Rosenhaus met with Bill Belichick on Tuesday telling the coach that he’s returning for the 2018 […]
Santos was a frequent guest in the family car on fall weekends when we’d travel to see relatives who lived all over the New England area. His work never changed whether the team was very good or very bad and many times in-between
The PatsFans.com podcast, “Patriots 4th & 2” did a video podcast of an interview we did with Boston Sports Journal’s founder Greg Bedard late last week as we spoke about the upcoming NFL Draft.
Now they both Garcia and Rivers are slated to return and ready to compete. While they didn’t play any meaningful snaps in 2017, both were able to sit in the meetings and probably have a much better idea of the Patriots system this year.
After investing in Tony Garcia last year and bringing back LaAdrian Waddle, our take is that they may draft one, but more for depth. Now with the news that Garcia is fully ready to go, we’ll double down with that.
With the right coach and the right system, Samuels can line up anywhere and be a factor on offense. As a running back out in the flat, as an H-Back, or in the slot. He will probably become a core special teamer immediately.
Of all of the Top 10 WRs getting paid, only one Demaryius Thomas has a Super Bowl ring. And he got his with the best defenses in the NFL during those years. Just something to file away the next time someone laments that the Patriots need a diva WR.
Lots of Opportunities to Move Up With the trade of Brandin Cooks to the Rams, the Patriots draft picks now look vastly different than they did a week ago. […]
The Patriots could package those picks (23,31) and move up into the Top 15 to snag a quarterback of the future, like a Josh Allen, Josh Rosen, Lamar Jackson or Baker Mayfield,
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