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Former New England Patriots linebacker talks about what he has in common with Junior Seau, and the former NFL great's passing.
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Now that New England’s rookie mini-camp has wrapped up, it’s high time we put together the roster for 2012.
(Is it really high time? No, not at all. But with all these players in Foxboro, the temptation proved too much.)
Quarterback: Tom Brady, Brian Hoyer, Ryan Mallett.
Notable Omission: None.
Yes, it takes a pair the size of duffle bags to pencil in Brady as starter...
Junior Seau's death got former New England Patriots linebacker Ted Johnson thinking again about his own career in the NFL and his struggles with post-concussion syndrome after he retired in 2005.
''It's corrode or explode,'' Johnson told a conference on pediatric concussions at Boston Children's Hospital on Friday. ''And it all exploded by killing...
Wes Welker recently stated that since he signed his franchise tender things have only gotten worse with his contract negotiations with the New England Patriots. He claims that they have actually offered him less money then their original offer since signing the tender.
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe, the Patriots aren’t too happy about the...
New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker has come out and said that since he signed his franchise tender, contract talks between his representatives and the Patriots have only gotten worse.
“There have been talks, but nothing that’s brightened anything at all,” Welker said. “It’s actually gotten worse.”
Welker admitted that he went against the advice...
The Patriots have lowered their offer regarding a long-term deal for Wes Welker, and the star wideout noted that negotiations have gotten worse since he signed his franchise tender, according to the Boston Herald.
While the Patriots would prefer Welker to play under the tender of $9.5M in 2012, he is not believed to have an issue with that decision, and is furthermore...
One would’ve never thought the day would come that Wes Welker’s relationship with the Patriots was so strained that he could possibly be on his way out of New England.
Yes, there are contract issues, but that’s pretty normal in the world of professional sports. The athlete thinks he’s worth one thing and the team thinks he’s worth another. That’s just the way it works...
New England Patriots WR Wes Welker was unhappy this Spring when the franchise slapped the franchise tag on him. Welker eventually succumbed to the tag and signed his tender offer this week. Now, Welker is unhappy with the club once again over the current state of contract talks with the Patriots.
Welker, speaking on the current status of his contract talks with the club, told the...
Last year, the Patriots offered Wes Welker a lot of money for a slot possession receiver. This year, they franchised him and he signed the one-year tender for $9.5 million. When he received his offer a year it ago, it was for 2-years and $16 million, so when you think about it, he is getting [...]
Rob Gronkowski takes Troy Polamalu for a ride during a Oct. 2011 Patriots-Steelers game.
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Hot News for LB Junior Seau
A bicycle stolen from Junior Seau's Oceanside home days after
the former NFL star's suicide has been recovered, police said.
Time to get back in the blogging saddle with some Best of 2011 Tom Brady highlights. (by SuperNHLVideo)
To be the subject of this tribute song. Kind of catchy, no?
Hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ interview the biggest names in sports media and pop culture each week on Football Nation's The Sports-Casters podcast.
Their guest this week is Chris Burke, author of the Audibles blog on SI.COM. Burke joins the guys to chat about the death of Junior Seau, undrafted free-agents, and keeping an audience during the offseason. Burke: