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Misunderstanding of the Maya calendar has some believing the world will end in 2012. Those better-versed in their understanding of ancient civilizations believe that 2012 represents a reset of the clock and an ushering in of a new era on this world. This may be true for the New England Patriots, as contract negotiations for a long-term deal with wide receiver Wes Welker show no signs of improving. The fact that 2012 could be Wes Welker's last season in a Patriots uniform would indeed be the ushering in of a new era for the Pats second only to the loss of Tom Brady or Bill Belichick. Welker is a phenomenal albeit aging receiver who has revolutionized both the way the Patriots and the rest of the league play the game of professional football.

Kevin Faulk Still 'Praying, Hoping' for Return to Patriots

Kevin Faulk has seen limited playing time over the past two years, but the running back is still holding out hope that he could suit up for a 14th season in New England. Faulk told the Boston Herald that the Patriots haven't yet reached out about a potential return, but the 36-year-old running back is still training in the hopes of returning. "I hope so. I'm still praying...

Vote: Who Is the Best Wide Receiver in Patriots History?

Troy Brown was voted into the Patriots Hall of Fame on Monday firmly cementing the receiver as one of the greatest in franchise history. But was he the greatest of all-time? Brown holds a franchise record at the position with 557 career receptions and was an integral part to each of the Patriots three Super Bowl titles. There are a number of other former Patriot wideouts who have...

Defensive Snap Review for the New England Patriots | Bleacher Report

Defensive Snap Review for the New England Patriots | Bleacher Report: Good breakdown from Frenz.

Patriots - One opposing scout offers his take on the Patriots' offseason moves - WEEI | Christopher Price

Patriots - One opposing scout offers his take on the Patriots' offseason moves - WEEI | Christopher...

Rob Gronkowski’s ankle recovery is “going well”

Getty Images New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski underwent ankle surgery almost four months ago and so far all indications are that his recovery is “going well.” While Gronkowski hasn’t yet participated in OTA’s, he’s been on the side working on his conditioning and is now walking without a limp. “Just taking it day by day,” said Gronkowski. “Everything...

Rob Gronkowski Feels Ankle Injury Is 'Getting Better Every Single Week'

Back in february, the Patriots Super Bowl chances hinged squarely on the right ankle of tight end Rob Gronkowski. Unfortunately for the Patriots, that ankle didn't hold up quite as well as they had hoped in the 19-15 loss to the New York Giants. But as New England gears up for a new season and another shot at claiming the franchise's fourth Super Bowl title, Gronkowski'...

Tom Brady’s wife is still bringing home the bacon

Fred Taylor To Go Into Ring of Honor

According to a team source, the Jaguars will induct running back Fred Taylor into the team's Ring of Honor during the September 30th game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Edelman Expects To Stay

Patriots WR/DB/PR/QB said that in 2012 he expects Bill Belichick will keep him at the wide receiver position. That is until the team needs him to perform the same duties as last year.

Troy Brown honored by fans' vote

One day after it was announced that he would be the 19th member, 18th player, of the Patriots Hall of Fame, Troy Brown expressed gratitude to the fans for whom he played for his entire 15-year career and who voted him into the Hall. "I look back on it now and I realize now how much the fans really did appreciate what I was doing when, at times, it seemed like some other people...

Fans Vote Troy Brown into Patriots Hall of Fame

The fans have spoken and former New England receiver Troy Brown will be the 2012 inductee into the Patriots Hall of Fame. He will be the 18th player and 19th total member of the Hall of Fame. Brown was one of three finalists nominated by a 17-person committee in April, the other two were former free safety Fred Marion and former head coach Bill Parcells. Fans then had five weeks...
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