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Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com believes Julian Edelman will be the Patriots’ number two receiver heading into the regular season.
I think Edelman is the team’s No. 2 receiver on opening day if he is healthy. I also wouldn’t undersell his athleticism and speed. Naturally, losing part of the offseason as he rehabs his foot wasn’t ideal, but I think one of the main things he has going for him is a trust built up with Tom Brady and a knowledge of the offense. If he’s healthy on the opening day of camp, I think he’ll quickly elevate to close to the top of the depth chart.
I think by default alone, Edelman is the Patriots second best receiver. Can’t think of anyone better than him other than Danny Amendola.
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Associated Press FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – We have heard multiple media outlets commenting in regards to formerNew England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez’ involvement in the case of the death of27-year-old Odin LIoyd. Now, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is speaking out. For the first time, he shared his thoughts on this matter to the media Monday afternoon according to...
A.B. A letter Aaron Hernandez wrote to New England Patriots personnel director Nick Caserio was published on Boston.com today.
My favorite part is, “I have set very high goals for myself in the NFL and am focused 100% on achieving those goals.”
Hindsight truly is 20/20. Here is the letter in full:
Dear Mr. Caserio,
I am writing in regards to some of the feedback I am receiving...
Football is three weeks away! Rejoice! Well... Three weeks away from training camp. Then the inevitable disappointment of sitting through awful pre-season games - but we're close enough to football to talk about football, which makes me happy. In a preview to training camp, let's have a look at some of the key battles we can look forward to.
Let's start with the player...
The Aaron Hernandez – Odin Lloyd murder case appears to be unfolding quickly. While there are others being questioned in the killing, Hernandez is the only one who has actually been charged with murder. Take that for what it’s worth. […]
Below are three photos from the surveillance system at Aaron Hernandez’s home that shows all three men the night of Odin Lloyd’s murder.
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Alfonzo Dennard (DEHN'-nurd) of the New England Patriots has been arrested and accused of driving drunk in Lincoln where he once starred as a Nebraska defensive back.
Lincoln police say 24-year-old Dennard was pulled over southeast of downtown Lincoln just before 2 a.m. Thursday. Lincoln police say Dennard failed a field sobriety test.
Police spokeswoman Katie Flood says Dennard...
The New England Patriots' forgotten tight end for the past few weeks, Rob Gronkowski, is making strides towards his recovery from back surgey last month, reported Ed Werder of ESPN.
While there's still no timetable for his return, he has resumed light workouts in an effort to be ready for the start of the season on Sept. 8th. Werder says he's "looking good"...
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Aaron Hernandez has not yet been convicted of any crime, but that hasn’t stopped endorsers and other companies from cutting ties with him. The latest to scrub Hernandez from existence is video game juggernaut EA Sports. On Monday, an EA Sports spokesperson told CBSSports.com that the former New England Patriots tight end is being removed [...]
Patriots owner Robert Kraft has called drafting Aaron Hernandez a “mistake” by his organization. In the face of a mistake, Kraft also defends his decision by saying he never expected to encounter this situation. According to reports from ESPNBoston.com, Kraft has said he was “duped” by Hernandez. Kraft explained Hernandez as a likable human being, and was always very respectful...
Many players have become unexpectedly important to this year's Patriot's team this off-season. The departures of Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd, coupled with the health problems for Rob Gronkowski, and incarceration of Aaron Hernandez, has left the offense wide open. Together, these occurences have thrust a number of players into the spot light as important pieces to a consistently...
In the fallout from the arrest of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez on murder charges, Patriots owner R0bert Kraft said the team and he was "duped" by Hernandez and bought into the belief he was a changed man. It's been well documented Hernandez had his share of troubles as a teenager and then during his playing days at the University of Florida...
A lot of evidence had been revealed to the press late yesterday and gives some troubling insights into the case against Aaron Hernandez. It appears that the former Patriots tight end was indeed the man who pulled the trigger, killing his "friend" Odin Lloyd. The murder was apparently because Lloyd had been associating with some of Hernandez's enemies. Some of the evidence...
Even the most heartfelt letter won’t get Aaron Hernandez back on the Patriots’ roster anytime soon, but a letter might have been what convinced the Patriots to draft him back in 2010.
Coming out of Florida in 2010, Hernandez was viewed as a risk by many NFL teams because of a history with marijuana use during his three years at the University. Some teams took the 2009 Mackey...
Tom Brady was once a high school kid who knew that big things were heading his way — Check out this quote from the Patriots MVP in his high school yearbook “If you want to play with the big boys, you gotta learn how to play in the tall grass.” This isn’t quite as good as J.R. Smith’s yearbook quote, but still pretty good.-TO
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