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The Patriots will honor longtime LT Matt Light at halftime of their Week 14 Monday night matchup with the Texans.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) December 4, 2012Matt Light was a staple on that left side of the Patriots offensive line for 11 years. He retired this year due to his battle with Crohn's disease. Certainly a lock for the Patriots Hall of Fame, Light absolutely deserves a half time tribute after playing his entire career with the Patriots. The Patriots have been paying tribute to many of their recently retired stars of late. In 2010, they gave Tedy Bruschi his own tribute and will now have done it twice this year - once with Kevin Faulk and now with Matt Light.
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By now everybody knows that New England officially wrapped up another AFC East division title on Sunday. Many news and media outlets have mentioned that the Patriots have had 12 consecutive winning seasons. But what no one seems to be discussing is the fact that the Pats have also had the most wins in the division every single year...
The New England Patriots have placed wide receiver Julian Edelman on injured reserve with a foot injury and signed Donte' Stallworth at that position.
Edelman was on crutches with a walking boot on his right foot after the Patriots' 23-16 win at the Miami Dolphins last Sunday. The team's announcement Tuesday did not specify the nature of the injury. Edelman has five...
Fantasy Football News - According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, New England Patriots wide receiver is expected to miss an extended period of time. Edelman suffered a foot injury in Sunday’s win over the Dolphins and was seen in a walking boot. FFLockerRoom Take - Well that is great news for owners of Wes Welker and Aaron Hernandez but terrible news for fantasy owners who had just...
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Patriots WR Julian Edelman broke his foot Sunday and is likely to get both surgery and a trip to the IR, per Dan Roche.
The Patriots went out and signed WR Donte Stallworth in preparation for Edelman’s absence, according to the Boston Herald. This will be Stallworth’s third stint with the team.
The Patriots have dealt with some injuries this year, including the loss of both Aaron...
(via Silverman’s Best: Patriots at Dolphins - 12/2/2012)
The winning coach yesterday was dour. After beating a divisional opponent on the road in a key game for the playoff picture, he half-heartedly trotted out to greet the opposing coach. The opposing coach offered his head and said “congratulations” and the winning coach briefly touched his hand and started to jog away, not even making eye contact.
The losing coach wasn’t happy...
FOXBORO, Mass. — Donte Stallworth hasn’t been in a classroom in over 10 years. But as finals season quickly approaches for most students, Stallworth will also be hitting the books.
The 33-year-old receiver was re-signed by the Patriots on Monday, and knows the Patriots’ offense better than just about any receiver on the free-agent market, save for maybe Deion Branch. But even...
As Julian Edelman crutched his way out of the locker room at Sun Life Stadium on Sunday evening, the Patriots already slim receiving corps grew even thinner.
Edelman joined Rob Gronkowski on the shelf, leaving the Patriots with just six receiving options, between tight end and wide receiver. Even worse, the injury left Tom Brady with just three healthy wide receivers on the active...
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman was banged
up yet again during yesterday’s win against the Miami Dolphins, while offensive
lineman Dan Connolly exited the contest due to a back injury, reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman (foot) was
hurt again during the 23-16 win against the Dolphins. He missed last week’s
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Two yards from a touchdown on third down, Tom Brady took the snap and fell to the turf curled around the ball, happy to settle for a field goal. The high-scoring New England Patriots went conservative Sunday, and the approach paid off with another AFC East championship.