Gisele Bundchen catches passes from Tom Brady during his suspension.
In a strange ending to a strange summer saw Tom Brady play the first half for the Patriots as they dropped their final preseason game 17-9 to the Giants
Tonight isn’t about the starters, although players like Tom Brady and Julian Edelman made the trip. Tonight is about the players on the bubble.
The biggest and most difficult cuts come on Saturday when the team has to cut to their 53-man roster limit. The six-man practice squad can be filled Sunday.
The Patriots haven’t had much luck when it comes to early round receivers in past years, and it looks like they’re on the verge of having another name potentially added to the list of disappointing players.
The Patriots improved to 3-0 on the preseason for the first time since 2003, and after taking a quick look at Friday night’s game, here’s a quick look at eight players who definitely made an impression during New England’s 19-17 victory over Carolina.
The Patriots shined defensively in their 19-17 win over the Carolina Panthers in Week 3 of the preseason. But, some of the defensive showing was credited to Cam Newton and the Panthers’ struggles.
“There are no dress rehearsals, we are professionals, this is the big time” Willie Nelson Had to use my favorite Willie Nelson quote in there, as we do every year […]
Martin appeared in 11 games in 2015 and caught 26 passes for 326 yards and two scores as the Patriots third wide receiver.
We already posted about the solid work done by Jimmy Garoppolo, LeGarrette Blount, and Anthony Johnson. So who else stood out?
Among the cognoscenti of national NFL writers, Edelman is considered a “system player”. While we differ with that, no one can argue his worth with the Pats.
Patriots players create tributes to Muhammad Ali on social media.
if you are one of the many wide receivers vying for a roster spot or an increased role, this means something totally different…Opportunity.
Best social media posts by current and former Patriots on Mother’s Day.
Amendola has agreed to a restructured, two-year deal that will pay him $7.35 million with another $750,000 available in bonuses and incentives for 2016-17
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