Found February 13, 2014 on Pats Propaganda:
New England Patriots rookie review: DTs Chris Jones, Joe Vellano, and Sealver Siliga | masslive.com:...
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

Report: Patriots expected to hire Michael Lombardi

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; According to Daryl Ruiter of 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland,  the Patriots are expected to hire Michael Lombardi after he was fired as the Browns general manager on Tuesday. Michael Lombardi expected to take a personnel job with Patriots – his exact title still being worked out; @NEPD_Loyko...

New England Patriots: 5 Free Agents They Should Target

Whether you see the New England Patriots' 2013 campaign as a miracle with a disappointing ending, or a failure from start to finish, it is clear that changes need to be made to put the team back on the podium any time soon. We know that Tom Brady isn't going anywhere, and still has what it takes to win.But even Bill Belichick can't deny that his boys struggled to handle...

Mike Lombardi not out of work long; Expected to join Patriots Front Office

According to a Cleveland radio station, former Browns general manager Michael Lombardi, who worked with Patriots coach Bill Belichick in Cleveland, is likely to be coming to New England to join the Patriots’ front office. Chris Fedor of 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland tweeted that it was looking like Lombardi, fired in Cleveland on Monday, […]The post Mike Lombardi not out of work...

Report: Michael Lombardi could join Patriots front office

Former Cleveland Browns general manager Michael Lombardi is in discussions with the New England Patriots about joining their front office, reports NFL media insider Ian Rapoport. Lombardi and coach Bill Belichick worked together during Belichick’s first head coaching opportunity in Cleveland from 1991-1995. From NFL.com: Rapoport cautioned that there are still issues to work...

Patriots Send Out Hilarious Bill Belichick-Themed Valentine’s Day Card (Photo)

The New England Patriots won Valentine’s Day. The Patriots sent out two hilarious team-themed Valentine’s Day cards featuring Bill Belichick and LeGarrette Blount. Belichick admitted in December how much he loves Christmas; his thoughts on this “Hallmark holiday” are still unknown. Feel free to print these genius cards out and deliver them to your significant other. It is...

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Zachariah Kerr, DT, Delaware

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Zachariah Kerr, DT, Delaware Zach Kerr is a 6’2, 310 pound defensive tackle that transferred from the University of Maryland in his sophomore year to the University of Delaware.  Kerr was a very solid defensive tackle for the Blue Hens earning first team honors in 2013.  Kerr had a very impressive […]The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview...

South Dakota Linebacker Tyler Starr Seems Like Patriots’ Perfect Draft Prospect

The New England Patriots will certainly be watching South Dakota linebacker Tyler Starr at the NFL scouting combine on Feb. 24. The long-haired small-school linebacker appears to be the perfect draft prospect for the Patriots. Head coach Bill Belichick and the Patriots put a lot of value in the 3-cone drill, and Starr could break the combine record for the agility drill, according...

Patriots poke fun at Belichick with Valentine’s Day tweet

Forget Cupid. Bill Belichick is here to help get your Valentine's Day started right. https://twitter.com/Patriots/statuses/434331599841538048 Kudos to the Patriots' Twitter handlers for having fun at the expense of Belichick, whose dry, monotone personality has been on display during countless press conferences over the years. Love is in the air today, after all.

Aaron Dobson Reflects on His Rookie Season

Aaron Dobson's first season as a pro football player was marked with the inconsistencies that one expects from a rookie wide receiver trying to find his way in the NFL. While he earned the ire of some Patriots fans during the early part of the season (even getting the nickname "Dropson"), Aaron ended up having a solid season by rookie standards, especially when one...

Off-season Troubleshooting: New England Patriots

We conclude our look at the AFC East by taking a look at this year’s divisional champions, the 12-4 New England Patriots. The Pats reached the conference championship game yet again, having won the division for the umpteenth time in recent years. Yet, although they were second seeds and close to claiming home-field advantage throughout the play-offs, they were simply batted aside...

Report: Michael Lombardi Could Join New England Patriots’ Front Office

Michael Lombardi could be reuniting with Bill Belichick in the front office of the New England Patriots. “It’s looking like” Lombardi might be headed to the Patriots, according to Chris Fedor of 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland. Lombardi was fired on Tuesday by the Cleveland Browns. He had served as the Browns’ general manager since January 2013. Lombardi previously worked with...

Julian Edelman Needed Due To Patriots’ Unwillingness To Simplify Offense (Mailbag)

The Wells Report showed that it’s smart to wait to reach a conclusion on any subject until all the facts come out. There’s been a lot of wavering in opinions since the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin bullying scandal started back in October. When the text conversations were released between Incognito and Martin, some on Team Incognito were quick to pat themselves on the back...

Three key offseason questions in New England

The New England Patriots offseason turns towards free agency and the draft as they attempt to get over the hump and to the Super Bowl within the window of quarterback Tom Brady’s effectiveness. While there were health issues and off-field issues that derailed the 2013 season, none of those changed the fact that there were deficiencies that need to be fixed. Collecting some loose...

New England Patriots: Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola Are Expendable

For Tom Brady and the New England Patriots offense, the slot receiver position is like pizza. Even when the crust is burned and it looks like the delivery dude dropped it while on the way to your apartment; once you taste it, it always ends up to be good and fills you up just right. For Brady it was Troy Brown, then Wes Welker. Now it’s Julian Edelman, and it’ll be Danny Amendola...

Patriots' Options at Wide Receiver

The Patriots are headed into the offseason and that means that the annual calls to get Tom Brady some help at receiver will be reaching fever pitch in a couple of weeks. The Pats passing game suffered a bit in 2013 (though that was largely due to the huge absence of Rob Gronkowski and the jailing of Aaron Hernandez) and the Patriots best receiver in Julian Edelman is set to hit free...
Patriots News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.