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On April 25th 1993, the historically bad fortunes of the New England Patriots franchise shifted to good following the selection of Washington State University quarterback Drew Bledsoe with the first overall pick.
Drew Bledsoe named Patriots honorary captain for AFC Championship game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
A recap of Patriots past and present celebrating the 2017 Chirstmas season.
The NFL community reacts to the tragic loss of wide receiver Terry Glenn over social media.
Best social media postings from the Patriots week 13 victory over the Los Angeles Rams.
Best Patriots social media posts from Thanksgiving.
Best social media postings from the Patriots Week 11 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
Best Patriots July 4th social media postings.
Patriots Fathers Day social media postings
Kevin Faulk announced as newest member of the New England Patriots Hall of Fame.
Best social media posts by current and former Patriots on Mother’s Day.
Former Patriots quarterback was able to experience the joy of leading his team to an AFC Championship in 1996/97 and being part of a Super Bowl win in New England during the 2001 season, but he got to enjoy what was probably an even better moment on Saturday night out in Oregon.
Mike Reiss the Patriots most respected beat writer has teamed with NE legend Troy Brown to write the most definitive, can’t-put-down work on Brown’s career
Bill Belichick had his first opportunity on Monday to let everyone know that as soon as veteran quarterback Drew Bledsoe returns, he will step back into the line-up as the the team’s starting quarterback and send second-year back-up and current starter Tom Brady back to the sidelines. The only problem is, he didn’t exactly do that, and thus the speculation begins.
ESPN.com reports that New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe was taken to a local hospital on Sunday night for observation following a devastating hit he took from Jets linebacker Mo Lewis during the fourth quarter against the Jets on Sunday.
|Sports Illustrated - Nov 29th, 2021|