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The Patriots winning the AFC title has become uncontested feat; a certainty as predictable as Mark Sanchez sucking, Rex Ryan being a fat loudmouth, and Bill Belichick being a D-bag to the media. What I am saying is, the Patriots own the AFC East, have for a long time, and will most likely continue to for at least a few more years.
The Jets were briefly formidable opponents, their short hot streak culminating with their AFC title win in Foxborough. But it's been all down hill from there, and that team is a wasteland; a true abyss of ********** from top to bottom. The Bills made their power move last off-season by dropping 100 mill on Mario Williams. He has not made much of a difference, and Ryan Fitzpatrick doesn't exactly have opponents shaking in their boots. Because he sucks.
So there isn't much to worry about there. But then there are the Dolphins, undoubtedly a team on the rise, brimming with young talent, and poised to make some major moves this off-season. The...
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Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard was found guilty of resisting arrest and assault on a police officer stemming from a Nebraska arrest back in April of last year.
Asante Samuel knows how to ‘get paid,’ as the tattoo on his arm suggests.
Samuel had some advice for Wes Welker and his ongoing situation with the Patriots.
“He made the comment when I left; I chased the money and not the championship. So here’s my advice to you, Welker: You better chase the money, brother,” Samuel said, via Fox Sports Radio.
Samuel, who had a drawn...
Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard faces up to six years in prison after being found guilty of assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest, this according to The Journal Star.
The verdict stems from charges of the assault of a 22-year-old man last April. Dennard had been found not guilty of assaulting the 22-year-old, but following the past week's trial, Dennard was...
The Patriots tight end was supposed to bring his grace and charm to the red carpet at this Sunday's Oscar broadcast, but now it appears that the job will go to another NFL star.
Lori Pilger of the Lincoln Journal Star reports that Patriots CB Alfonzo Dennard was convicted of felony assault on a police officer on Wednesday.
Pilger adds that Dennard will be sentenced on April 11 and could face up to 6 years in jail.
Tom Curran mentions that the best case scenario for Dennard is that he receives a fine and no jail time.
Dennard reportedly pushed and...
Jury returns a verdict in the Alfonzo Dennard trial. He is found guilty of assaulting an officer and resisting arrest. #PatriotsTalk
— Tom E. Curran (@tomecurran) February 20, 2013
April 11 will be the sentencing date for Dennard. Jail time is the worst-case scenario. A fine is best he can hope for. #PatriotsTalk
— Tom E. Curran (@tomecurran) February 20, 2013
More to come but...
The news Rob Gronkowski, the good-time-having tight end of the New England Patriots, would be serving as a red carpet correspondent for the Rich Eisen Podcast was met by many with much fanfare, breathless anticipation and for some, outright giddiness. The possibilities of what the unpredictable Rob Gronkowski might do when armed with a microphone to patrol the red carpet as all the...
Five things to know about how the Patriots approach the combine - WEEI | Christopher Price: Good...
Tom Brady didn’t have much to hold his head high about in the second half of the season.
It wasn’t just the fact that the New England Patriots fell on their home turf to the rival Baltimore Ravens, but the manner in which they fell apart in the second half that had many fans disturbed long after the final whistle. A return to the porous pass defense that had plagued them...
We're over two weeks on from the Super Bowl, and free agency talking has well and truly begun. And with Wes Welker and potentially Brandon Lloyd on their way out this off-season, the New England Patriots are in the market for a receiver. And the 6' 0'', 200 lbs speedster Mike Wallace seems like a good fit for a team looking for a deep threat.However, another AFC...
Editor’s Note: NESN.com will evaluate and analyze one potential Patriots free agent addition every day from February 18 through the start of NFL free agency on March 12.
Wes Welker is in the midst of yet another contract stalemate with the Patriots this offseason, only this dispute could bring about change.
The two sides tangoed once last year with the franchise tag ultimately...
Happy Thursday! Hope everyone enjoys all the measurables that will be rolling in from the combine. Today we’re finally getting our Patriots-only big board in order. This will be year three of our attempt to hit as many Pats picks with our 50 favorite prospects. 2010 was a banner year when we had both Solder and Dowling in our only mock draft of the spring. Last year, not so much...
Darrelle Revis wanted answers to reports that the New York Jets were looking to trade him.Thursday, coach Rex Ryan tried to give one -- to Revis and the rest of us. Ryan, speaking to the media at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, said the rumors "plain and simple" "were not accurate," noting that they surfaced before new general manager John Idzik even...