New England Patriots News and other quick NFL stories for Monday, June 14, 2021.
All the best social media reactions from Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski’s former Patriots teammates following their Bucs Super Bowl victory.
David Andrews shares his mentality moving forward as the Patriots turn the page to the Arizona Cardinals next week.
Julian Edelman celebrates “National Burger Day” with throwback Twitter video reviewing hamburgers.
NFL announces the selections to the 2010’s All Decade Team, eight players with Patriots ties and head coach Bill Belichick are chosen.
Berry was the New England wide receivers coach for four seasons under Chuck Fairbanks and Ron Erhardt. He returned three years later as head coach, replacing Ron Meyer mid season. 1985 was Berry’s first full season as head coach. It would turn out to be the best year to be a fan of the Patriots in the first four decades of the franchise.
The Patriots have plenty of quickness at WR but not a ton of speed. Cooks will fix that. He has blinding speed and had TDs in 2016 of 98 and 87 yards.
There are several players available that may be of interest to the Patriots as either a defensive end or as an outside linebacker.
The Patriots will enter the beginning of the 2017 league season with several important decisions to make in regards to free agency. While the team has the third most salary […]
The Patriots signed Sheard to a 2-year, $11 million-dollar contract with $5 million guaranteed including a $4 million bonus before the 2015 season.
With the victory, the Pats clinched the AFC East for a record 8th straight year and for the 14th time in the past 16 years.
In this episode we talked again to Lee Schecther who is a writer for PatsFans.com and Bleacher Report. Lee was on to discuss his very interesting article entitled “The Patriots Have a “Scheme” Problem, Not a Talent Issue on Defense.” Co-hosting this episode was Steve Balestrieri.
Gronk caught just three passes for 56 yards but the 34-yarder at the end of the game was a beauty that put the Patriots in a great position.
“Bill makes no decision based on ego. So, when he makes a decision with Jamie Collins, it is truly what he believes to be in the best interest of the team.”
One thing about Belichick is that he doesn’t care what people think, doesn’t pay attention to the media and will put himself out there for criticism.
|ESPN - Jul 26th, 2021|