Found May 07, 2013 on AFC East Daily:
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is pretty unfamiliar with his wide receiver corps in its current state.And now, it looks like the only familiar face he knows will be absent for a while. Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe reported Tuesday that the team's only returning wideout, 26-year-old Julian Edelman, will be sidelined for at least a month with a right foot injury. Edelman originally injured the foot last December and was placed on injured reserve.Edelman's injury further complicates the team's depth chart at the moment, as he's not the only one who's currently a bit banged up. Josh Boyce, the team's newly acquired receiver out of TCU, is battling a foot injury of his own at the moment and is currently day-to-day.And while Danny Amendola is healthy now, his status is up in the air in the minds of the fans until he can prove that he can stay on the field for more than 12 games over two years.Young noted that there's a shot that Edelman c...

Report: Julian Edelman in Walking Boot After Reinjuring Foot, Will Miss Team Activities and Possibly Minicamp

Julian Edelman‘s injury concerns have extended into the offseason. The wide receiver and punt return man for the Patriots is in a walking boot after having surgery on his right foot, Karen Guregian of The Boston Herald reports. Edelman broke that foot in December and was placed on injured reserve for the rest of the season. Shalise Manza Young of The Boston Globe reports that Edelman...

"According to NFL sources, Patriots receiver Julian Edelman is in a walking boot after reinjuring his..."

“According to NFL sources, Patriots receiver Julian Edelman is in a walking boot after...

Tom Brady Got All Screamy About Winning $25,000 At The Kentucky Derby

Tom Brady has attended the Kentucky Derby a number of times, possibly because it’s a fine event to attend if you’re rich and have a penchant for dressing ridiculously — two things he excels at. But it wasn’t until this year that Dreamboat won significant money betting on the winning horse at the Derby. I think we can all agree this is a feel-good story for a long downtrodden...

"I’ll be honest, the years we tried to go in there and fire zone and play Tom Brady in that way, he..."

““I’ll be honest, the years we tried to go in there and fire zone and play Tom Brady in that...

Tom Brady Says He Is Partially Motivated By An 85-Year Old Sushi Chef

CBS Boston: Still, past missteps serve only as motivation for Brady, and when he takes the field in September, he’ll be wholly focused on the task at hand. That’s due mostly to Brady’s inner drive, but he said that his determination was aided by — of all things — a documentary on an 85-year-old chef’s quest to improve upon his sushi. “It smacked me in the face as a...

Ryan Clark says Tom Brady 'sees ghosts'

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Terrell Owens Says Signing With Patriots Would Be ‘No Brainer,’ Thinks Sky Would Be Limit With Tom Brady

Terrell Owens spent some time out in Los Angeles, Calif., working out with Tom Brady earlier this offseason, and it just so happens he would be interested in playing for the Patriots. Owens caught some passes from Brady at USC in early April and, like almost any intelligent NFL player, would want to play with Brady and the Patriots full time, according to

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PFF’s Top 101 of 2012: the Full List | 21. Tom Brady, QB, New England...

Tedy Bruschi tells Clark: Brady is ‘protecting the franchise’

Former New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi responded Wednesday to Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark’s comments about Tom Brady seeing “ghosts.” The now ESPN analyst said Brady may “duck” and “flinch,” but it’s all because he knows his team can’t afford to lose him to injury.

Report: Teams turned off by media attention that follows Tebow, Belichick “hates” him as a player

According to Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports, it seems as though no NFL teams want Tim Tebow and it might be because of his cult-like following. “He seems like a great guy to have on a team, and I’d be tempted to bring him in as our backup,” one NFC head coach told me Wednesday. “But it’s just not worth dealing with all the stuff that comes with it.” “You don’t want...

2013 NFL Draft: 5 Late Round Picks With Pro Bowl Potential

Everyone likes to analyze and critique their team's first round draft picks and see who is going to come in right away and help the squad. But the real strategy is finding the players in the later rounds that will fill out your roster and develop.Scouting departments comb the college football ranks for players who they envision will develop as starters or solid contributors...

cremeblush: Can we just take a second to appreciate the most...

cremeblush: Can we just take a second to appreciate the most perfect couple at the met gala? They’re both so perfff Tom Brady and Gisele.

Ryan Clark Said Tom Brady ‘Sees Ghosts’

Steelers safety Ryan Clark is studying up on how to be an ESPN talking head for a second career when he retires from the NFL in a few years. Naturally, a fundamental part of being an ESPN analyst is saying purposefully provocative things and/or general trolling. To that end, Ryan Clark is already a smashing success, for he was on the air yesterday talking trash about the Patriots...

Steelers Safety Ryan Clark throws stones from glass house at Brady, Patriots

Maybe Ryan Clark will be proven right. It is a difficult task to replace the production Wes Welker has given the New England Patriots over the past six seasons. Danny Amendola may struggle to replace that production and maybe Tom Brady does feel a phantom blitz every now and then, but, the Steelers aren't exactly dealing from a position of strength at WR or otherwise, and Clark...
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