As word of Dante Scarnecchia’s retirement got around this week, the New England Patriots produced an appreciation video to the coach as a thank you.
Scarnecchia, retired from the NFL on Tuesday ending a run as the longest tenured coach in Patriots history.
On Tuesday, news was announced that New England Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia is retiring from the NFL after 36 seasons.
The Patriots coaching staff is losing a legend as longtime assistant coach Dante Scarnecchia is retiring after 36 seasons in the NFL, 34 of them with the Patriots. That’s longer […]
End of an era? Save that for March when some famous quarterback’s contract expires.
The hits to the New England Patriots offensive line keep coming.
The Patriots drafted Isaiah Wynn in the first round of the draft last year with the expectation that he would be the left tackle of the future.
The Patriots discuss the importance of their Super Bowl LIII championship ring.
One of the keys to the 2016 success had to do with continuity. The Patriots five starters played together nearly wire-to-wire last year
The play of the Patriots offense line has to be considered one of the pleasant surprises thus far in 2016.
Marcus Cannon has been a lightning rod for criticism the past few years from Patriots fans and members of the media. The 2016 season won’t be any different.
The team is banking heavily on the return of coach Dante Scarnecchia who was retired for two years. The health of this group is a big question mark
The Patriots added some help to their offensive line with the addition of 3rd-round pick Joe Thuney on Friday night.
Le’Raven Clark from Texas Tech is a player that would not only fit into the Patriots system but would push for reps at right tackle immediately
Joe Haeg from North Dakota State is a player who would fit in well with the Patriots system. A former walk-on player, he could be targeted early on Day 2.
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