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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the New England Patriots have signed free agent defensive tackle Tommy Kelly. Source: #Patriots and former #Raiders DT Tommy Kelly agree to a two-year deal, I’m told. Great fit. Bet @wilfork75 will be pumped. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 8, 2013 Kelly is a nice addition to go along with Vince Wilfork. Need NFL Tickets?...
The New England Patriots didn’t do too much to bolster their roster with new talent on the open market, but the club did a rock-solid job of retaining its own players over the last four weeks in 2013 NFL Free Agency. Let’s take a look at the Patriots’ updated team needs entering the 2013 NFL Draft (in no particular order). Photo Via New England Patriots Official Facebook...
Even though the New England Patriots signed Danny Amendola this offseason, Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com believes they’ll likely come out of this year’s draft with a wide receiver. Whether it’s in the first, second or third round, I think it’s clear that the Patriots need to come out of the 2013 draft with a receiver. That, to me, is the most compelling storyline for the club...
So, news came out around a week ago that New England Patriots Wide Receiver Julian Edelman visited the New York Giants. But no moves have been made since that visit, with Edelman apparently weighing up all his options. So we've got to consider where the Patriots would stand with or without Edelman.
If he stays, it's another body. It's a familiar receiver for Tom Brady to...
The New England Patriots are likely to add a wide receiver
through the upcoming NFL Draft, according to Michael David Smith of Pro
Smith notes that five wide receivers caught passes for the
Patriots last season, and none of those players are currently under contract
for the team.
The Patriots did sign St. Louis Rams free agent wide
receiver Danny Amendola...
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has been
battling a “stubborn infection” in the area around where a second metal plate
was installed to repair his broken left forearm, putting his readiness for the
start of the season in jeopardy, according to Ron Borges and Karen Guregian of
The Boston Herald.
Gronkowski is currently nearing the end of a six-week cycle
8 Late-Round Prospects Who Would Be a Perfect Match for Patriots : Taking a look at some...
The Twitter avatar bet is slowly becoming the wager of choice for many professional athletes whose teams square off in the NCAA Tournament (or bowl games). The latest example? Former Syracuse football star Chandler Jones and former Michigan standout Zoltan Mesko put it all on the line for the Final Four game Saturday night. The two are currently teammates for the New England Patriots...
Infections can be a serious thing post-surgery, it is one of the things that doctors always warn you about, because if something does get infected, you have to basically have the same surgery all over again.
Doctors thought they got all of GRONK’s infection out after his 3rd surgery on his forearm, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski ”very...
New England is quietly have a productive off-season and signing guys that fit their system. Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Patriots have signed former Raiders defensive tackle Tommy Kelly.
Source: #Patriots and former #Raiders DT Tommy Kelly agree to a two-year deal, I’m told. Great fit. Bet @wilfork75 will be pumped.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 8, 2013
Like a cheesy horror-flick villain that survives electrocution, drowning and gunshots, tight end Rob Gronkowski’s infected forearm just won’t quit.Despite telling ESPN last week that he was “doing a lot better” of late, the New England Patriots’ top offensive weapon is still struggling with rehab on his broken arm. Now, his latest round of antibiotics looks to have been...