Tom Brady is having a blast as his teams is rolling all comers, while waiting for the future Hall of Famer to return from suspension. After the 3-0 Patriots dismantled the Texans with Jacoby Brissett under center — Brady took to Facebook to mock Houston with this hilarious parody of a backpage headline for the
I’m not sure this is wanted the Houston Texans needed or wanted at all. According to Adam Schefter, Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski will be active tonight, his first action of 2016 season. New England is starting rookie Jacoby Brissett at the quarterback spot, so call it a gift for the young guy.
Tom Brady is going to quarterback the New England Patriots until he’s 50, or at least close to it. According to Dianna Marie Russini — Brady and the Pats have agreed to a contract extension. Tom Brady turns 39 in August, so his new, agreed-to, 2-year extension gives him chance to play in New England
The Patriots are in need of some help at running back, so they reached out to a one-time great. According to various reports, veteran running back Steven Jackson met with the New England Patriots on Wednesday. Source says #Patriots meeting today with RB Steven Jackson based on mutual interest. Pats need a RB and Jackson
New England Patriots cornerback and Super Bowl hero Malcolm Butler, just recorded his first regular season interception. Butler made a spectacular diving interception off a deflected pass attempt.
It’s probably extremely difficult to get in touch with Bill Belichick if you don’t have his personal phone number. The Patriots head coach may have an email, but he’s not likely to hit you up on social media anytime sooner. During a morning interview with WEEI Boston, the Patriots general made it clear, that he
The Patriots just locked up an anchor to their offensive line for the next few years, signing Nate Solder to a two-year, $20.62 million contract extension. Patriots OT Nate Solder signed a two-year, $20.62 million contract extension that ties him to New England through 2017, per NFL source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 9, 2015
The New England Patriots fuming mad about an ESPN report outlining the “culture of cheating” that’s been heavy in New England since 2000. The Patriots released this statement on the matter, calling the NFL and ESPN liars. Here is the statement the #Patriots issued in response to today's ESPN report. Strong stuff pic.twitter.com/NPAAAmcz2M — Ben
Just how brazen was Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots during their spygate years? Well according to this ESPN Outside The Lines report, Belichick would have lower level Patriots employees sneak into the opposing locker rooms, and steal playsheets. In fact, many former New England coaches and employees insist that the taping of signals
This is beginning to get down-right annoying now. In a story from the next installment of ESPN The Magazine, Don Van Natta Jr.Seth Wickersham break down the issues between the NFL and the New England Patriots. Just days after Tom Brady’s Deflategate suspension was overturned, Spygate has return to the forefront, with a scathing piece