Posted May 25, 2012 on
A quick look at the Patriots during their OTAs. Top news is player injuries, followed by a bit on Brady, some player tryouts and how Matt Light is faring in retirement.
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In 15 games during the 2011 NFL regular season New England Patriots WR Chad Ochocinco was uncharacteristically out of sync. With career lows in receptions (15), yards (276) and touchdowns (1), reports surfaced that Ochocinco was struggling and couldn’t stay on the field because he didn’t know the playbook. With 11 years behind him in
The Patriots scooped former Pro Bowler Brian Waters in the preseason last season and he played better than maybe even they could have ever imagined, making the Pro Bowl on a New England line that was one of the best in the league and helped the Patriots make the Super Bowl. However, at 35 years of age, there was some doubt about whether or not he’d return for his 13th NFL season...
With the New England Patriots simply loaded with offensive weapons and stocked at the wide receiver position, veteran receiver Chad Ochocinco likely has very little room for error in order to remain with New England in the 2012 season. As the Patriots open their first round of OTA’s, Ochocinco reportedly looks as confused in the Patriots offensive sets as he did last season.
According to Greg Bedard of the Boston Globe, it looks like New England Patriots wide receiver Chad Ochocinco is picking up right where he left off last season after fellow receiver Deion Branch had to tell him where to line up on one particular play on offense. He also jumped offsides and had to run a lap.
Ochocinco has been in the Patriots offense long enough that...
Kids really do say the darndest things. Wes Welker found that out recently, as he was the subject of a rather angry letter from a little kid named Colombo. The upset Patriots fan expressed displeasure about Welker's Super Bowl drop, asking the receiver why he wasn't able to haul in the fourth-quarter pass. The grammar in the letter isn't perfect, but Colombo gets his...
Chad Ochocinco is a character. His car was broken into on Wednesday. Ochocinco left his wallet in the car. But Ocho wasn’t upset because of losing his license, his credit cards or his iPod. Chad is distraught because his Gold Starbucks card is gone. He posted a video on Twitter to express his sadness. Caution, [...]
Secondary expectations for Patriots - BostonHerald.com: There are so many questions for the Patriots...
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The 2012 season is right around the corner and as NFL teams go through their organized team activities, it is a great time to analyze each roster. Thus, after the final breakdown...
According to the Boston Herald, despite the fact that New England Patriots center Brian Wter isn’t at OTA’s, he plans on playing in his 14th NFL season.
Waters was signed by the Patriots last season after the Chiefs decided to release him. He came in and did a phenomenal job and was a big part in helping get back to the Super Bowl.
Ever since Tom Brady and Belichick teamed up to win a few championships early in the aughts, the football community has held the team in this high regard that they can do no wrong.
Trade for Haynesworth and Ochocinco? They can get away with it because maybe these guys will buy into the "Patriot Way". Draft a kid from some unknown school? They can get away with it because...
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All 20 of Garnett's field-goal attempts in Game 6 were from 10 feet or beyond, with an average distance of 17 feet, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Garnett finished 9-of-20 shooting for 20...
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