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The New England Patriots announced today that OL Thomas Welch has been released.
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Move over Tom Brady because wide receiver Wes Welker eyes his own NFL records as here we are, four games into the 2011-2012 season with speculation running rampant every week about a different player on pace for shattering an old record. There’s no doubt that the NFL has turned into an offensive heavy league. The quarterbacks each year seem to have new rules in place to protect...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Even in a game they never led, the Jets weren't going to go quietly yesterday.
Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch, who had blasted Gang Green as "classless" for their constant chatter and on-field antics after a playoff win here last January, said the Jets lived up...
PFF/Palazzolo: Re-Focused Jets @ Patriots: Great stuff, here’s a nice little nugget on Andre...
FOXBORO - The situation was a third-and-goal from the Jets 2. It was the third quarter, and the Patriots were leading,...
After a victory over Rex Ryan and the Jets, Tom Brady is preparing for a defense coached by another Ryan.
One of the lesser-sung heroes of the New England Patriots as this season progresses is Wes Welker, the favorite receiver of Tom Brady.
On a pace after four games to shatter all kinds of yardage and reception records held by the likes of Jerry Rice, Wes Welker remains the epitome of the disrespected star in his respective sport.
The other Boston sports figure...
Jets fall to 2-3 as Tom Brady, BenJarvus Green-Ellis shine
Players hauled over tons of mulch. They pieced together parts of playground apparatas. Sixteen Patriot players turned out at Dexter training ground in Providence, R.I. today to help build a playground.
”To come out somewhere, to give back, epecially with kids, putting this playground together, that means a lot to me,” said Vince Wilfork, one the players who spent his off day...
BenJarvus Green-Ellis ran for a career-high 136 yards and two touchdowns and the New England Patriots beat the New York Jets 30-21 with a vastly improved defense Sunday.