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The Patriots continue to weed through tight ends, and thus the upcoming visit of Kellen Winslow isn’t surprising. Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Hernandez, and Visanthe Shiancoe are currently gainfully employed as the Patriots tight ends, however, we all know Shiancoe could be gone in a heartbeat. Winslow, released last week by the Seattle Seahawks will be passing through Gillette, but it’s unlikely the Patriots would sign him, most like they are gathering information for their taxi squad. Another reason for not signing Winslow is contracts are guaranteed if a free agent is signed before the first game of the season.
Winslow was waived by the Seahawks on September 1st, 2012. He declined to reduce his salary so the Seahawks released him
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Michael Hoomanawanui is the newest Patriots tight end, but he might not have been the first choice for the job.
Mary Paoletti of CSNNewEngland.com reports that Kellen Winslow failed his physical when the team brought him in for a look on Tuesday.
We don’t know if he would have been signed had the physical gone better. Winslow’s visit was being viewed as the Patriots doing...
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Quarterbacks: Tom Brady, Ryan Mallett
Tom Brady is, well, Tom Brady. Need I say more? Brady has been as good as anyone in the league but entering his 13th year, some have questioned how much he has left. Obviously he has a couple seasons left in him and when he is doubted, he usually shines. No worries for me there. Mallett had first round talent coming...
Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we featured a post about New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady starring in a commercial for the brand of Ugg boots.
In the below video is the latest commercial that features the Super Bowl winner trying to hock them to a more male crowd:
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Even though their season opener is just days away, Bill Belichick is still doing his due diligence and looking for ways to improve the Patriots' roster. Reports surfaced Tuesday that the Pats worked out quarterback Mike Kafka and will work out tight end Kellen Winslow. New England made a couple of official roster moves, though, signing running back Lex Hilliard and releasing...
According to Danny O’Neil of The Seattle Times, it doesn’t look like the NFL will be suspending Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch for being arrested in the offseason for DUI.
“It appears increasing unlikely that he would be suspended.
“Generally, if a player is going to be suspended for an upcoming game, the league tries to notify the team by Monday or Tuesday. There...
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It's my rankings and I'll be a homer if I want to. But seriously, outside of the Baltimore area, you'll have a hard time finding someone who won't concede that the Patriots were the best team in the AFC last season. They were a Gronkowski injury away from being the champs. The Pats restocked the defense, and got Tom Brady a legit...
The Seattle Seahawks may be without their starting running back when they open their season in Arizona on Sunday.Marshawn Lynchhas had troubles with chronic back spasms this week, putting his status for Sunday’s game in question and possibly in doubt.
The trickle down affect in fantasy football leagues is great, as this could put more on the shoulders ofRussell Wilson. The Cardinals...
The Seattle Seahawks could possibly be without Marshawn Lynch for Sundays season opener at the Arizona Cardinals.
The running back has been experiencing issues with back spasms, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN, and his status remains up in the air at this point.
Way, waay back this spring, right after rookie mini-camp, we tried a Pats roster preview. Now, for your reading pleasure, we have taken the time to review our predictions.
(Keep in mind, people: this was on May 14. That’s a long time ago, like before “the Red Sox” served as a punchline for “What has 18 legs, no head, and refuses to live up to expectations?”)
If there’s one position on defense with the most volatility it’s by far the cornerbacks.
Based on talent, the group should be much improved.
But in the NFL, talent doesn’t always win on Sundays.
Headlining the cornerbacks is third-year pro Devin McCourty. The former first-round pick struggled mightily in 2011 after earning a Pro Bowl nod as a rookie...
Welcome to the second decade of the 2000’s: where television shows can be watched at the viewer’s leisure; where movie trailers disclose the story, twist, and conclusion to every single upcoming film; where reality shows produce higher ratings than The State of the Union address, and where fantasy sports have reached levels of popularity that it took the sports they are based...
Comments on the Seattle Seahawks by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
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Chris Berman (ESPN, 20) - 4-0 preseason with young, eager team always a good sign.
Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 19) - If Russell Wilson is as ready as he looks, this team will be better than expected.
Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 18) - Rookie Russell Wilson talented...