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VIDEO: Check Out The Best 2018 Scott Zolak Game Reactions

Robert Alvarez
March 12, 2019 at 10:30 pm ET

As the New England Patriots conclude their 2018 championship season with a new league year beginning March 13th, take a took a look back at Scott Zolak’s best in-game reactions.

Zolak, alongside play-by-play partner Bob Socci, have already called three championships together since 2013 on 985 The Sports Hub.

Since replacing Gino Cappelletti in 2012, Zolak has become a fan favorite for his excitement and enthusiasm during games.

Check out the funny clips shared by the Patriots Twitter account below.

Patriots Spend Evening At Tom Brady’s Annual Best Buddies Event

Robert Alvarez
June 4, 2018 at 5:44 pm ET

Tom Brady was back on the football field Friday night.

Brady and a few current and former Patriots teammates took to the field at Harvard Stadium for Brady’s 19th annual Best Buddies Tom Brady Football Challenge fundraising event.

Over the course of the evening, Brady was scrambling out of the pocket away from a defensive line filled of kids while throwing touchdown passes koppto Julian Edelman, Troy Brown, and even ESPN NFL Analyst Adam Schefter.

Other notable Patriots in attendance were Tedy Bruschi, James White, Chris Hogan, Christian Fauria, Dan Koppen, Jason McCourty, Devin McCourty, Ted Karras and Scott Zolak.

When asked about the events importance, James White told Patriots.com, “It’s always a special time, meeting the buddies again, seeing them run around and have fun, putting a smile on their faces,” James said. “It’s a great turnout, a great cause.”

The game ended in a highly competitive 112-112 tie.

Check out some of the best sights and sounds below.

Always good seeing old friends and making new friends with @bestbuddies !

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Social Media Reacts To The Passing Of Terry Glenn

Robert Alvarez
November 21, 2017 at 5:42 pm ET

On Monday morning it was first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter that former New England Patriots wide receiver Terry Glenn passed away at a hospital in Dallas, Texas following an automobile accident. Glenn was 43 years old.

Glenn played his first six NFL seasons with the Patriots, who drafted him seventh overall in the 1996 NFL Draft. During that timespan, Glenn played in 68 games and recorded 329 receptions for 4,669 yards and 22 touchdowns. He currently ranks eighth in team history in receiving yards and ninth in receptions.

In his first year with the Patriots, Glenn made an immediate impact on the team, starting 15 games and setting an NFL record for most receptions by a rookie with 90 catches for 1,132 yards and six touchdowns. His contributions that year helped the Patriots earn an 11-5 regular season record, claim their first division title in a decade, achieve their first playoff victory in Foxboro Stadium and advance to Super Bowl XXXI.

In a press release by the team, Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft shared the following statement;

“We were shocked and deeply saddened by today’s news that Terry Glenn died in an auto accident,” Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft said. “Terry was one of the most gifted receivers we have ever had. For so many Patriots fans, his rookie season will be remembered as one of the most impactful in franchise history. After a disappointing 6-10 finish in 1995, we drafted Terry seventh overall, and in his first year, he helped propel the Patriots to an AFC Championship and Super Bowl appearance. One of my favorite memories came when we hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers in the divisional playoff game. It was my first home playoff game as an owner and just the second home playoff game in our history. It will always be remembered for the fog that filled Foxboro Stadium that day. Yet, on the first play from scrimmage, Drew Bledsoe threw a deep pass that disappeared in the fog and reappeared 53 yards downfield in Terry Glenn’s hands. We scored on the next play and ended up winning 28-3. Our thoughts and prayers are with Terry’s family, his former teammates and friends who mourn his loss.”

As word spread throughout the NFL, former teammates of Glenn along with present players took to their social media accounts to share their final goodbyes and condolences with personal tributes.

https://twitter.com/chatham58/status/932631688391417856

https://twitter.com/edelman11/status/932695493687365632

https://twitter.com/ochocinco/status/932634176943284224

https://www.instagram.com/p/BbvW5d6hpTz/

Also shared were some highlights during Glenn’s Patriots career.

https://twitter.com/joegiza/status/932768446940672003

MUST SEE: Best Social Media Posts from Week 2

Robert Alvarez
September 20, 2015 at 11:14 pm ET

In the days leading up to Sundays matchup against the Buffalo Bills, the New England Patriots once again became public enemy number one on their first road trip of the season. As expected, many opposing fans and players alike voiced their displeasure and jealously towards the defending Super Bowl champions.  While the Patriots fans that made the trip to Western New York defended the franchise with pride.

Patriots radio color commentator and former backup Quarterback Scott Zolak decided to have a little fun and live tweet from the team bus on the journey to and from the stadium. The “G-rated” posts are below, check @scottzolak for the NSFW pictures.

The Buffalo Bills pro shop thought they would have a little fun trolling the Patriots with an old joke.

Some die hard fan decided to pay for a billboard to share his wonderful poetry.

When all was said and done Sunday evening, the Patriots got the last laugh improving to 2-0 on the season with a 40-32 victory. Tom Brady completed 38 of 59 passes for 466 yards and three touchdowns, improving his career record against the Bills to 24-3.

The results left this Bills fan feeling a little down and Brandon LaFell acted like a fan while recovering from a foot injury.

And sometimes even the experts get it wrong.

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VIDEO: Brady Speaks at Patriots Charity Gala

Robert Alvarez
September 2, 2015 at 12:20 pm ET

On Tuesday night at Gillette Stadium, the New England Patriots held their annual Charitable Foundation Kickoff Gala. The event included a panel discussion where Quarterback Tom Brady spoke publicly for the first time since his appearance at Salem State University back in May.

Patriots radio color commentator and former backup Quarterback Scott Zolak handled emcee duties for the discussion. He asked Brady and other players to “name one of the coolest things they did that really allowed them to celebrate as Super Bowl Champs.”

Team owner Robert Kraft also spoke to the audience calling Deflategate the “most overblown story in recent NFL history” and praised the players for “ignoring the noise.”

CSNNE’s Mike Giardi reported the Patriots Charitable Foundation raised over $85,000 last night and is the teams largest fundraising event every year.

You can check out Brady’s responses here courtesy of CSNNE.com