Found February 16, 2013 on
Boston Sports Then & Now:
I was shopping at the Market Basket in Salem, NH where I saw the definition of TRUE IRONY. A van emblazoned with the likeness of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was promoting a “Super” drink called “Body Armor”.
Perhaps the big guy should have been drinking more of his own product. If he did perhaps he wouldn’t have broke the same forearm twice in one season.
I guess Santa didn’t bring any to the Gronkowski house during the holidays.
Give up the brew Gronk & start chugging your “Body Armor”.
BEST OF MAXIM
Considering how Rob Gronkowski has livened up awards shows before, this is great news.
Gronk himself will be working the Oscars this year, NFL Media reports. He’ll be teaming up with Rich Eisen and hobnobbing with all the stars.
Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski will be the Oscars Red Carpet correspondent for @TheEisenPodcast @richeisen, conducting interviews with the stars— NFL Media...
By request… The Tom Brady “I’m White!” GIF…
The Patriots expect to win the Super Bowl every year. They fell just short this season.
What are they going to add to get back next year?
Here's a look at the first three rounds of the draft.
1 Chiefs Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
2 Jaguars Jarvis Jones, DE, Georgia
3 Raiders Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M
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According to the Boston Herald, the New England Patriots aren’t going to place the franchise tag on wide receiver Wes Welker this offseason.
While there is no replacement for Welker on the roster, that won’t matter. Neither will the Patriots’ abysmal record of drafting wideouts. The Patriots are simply not going to put an $11.4 million franchise tag on Welker, someone with...
BRING HIM BACK
Wes Welker is going to be a free agent. A few of the best wide receivers in history say the Patriots need to bring him back.
New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski is considered one of the best at his position and is a threat on the field when healthy. But the biggest problem here is “Gronk” is very immature off the field and just doesn’t get it. Gronkowski play isn’t ever questioned and at most celebrated but when he’s not playing football he is making news such as TMZ and blogs for his antics...
The New England Patriots are a Super Bowl contender year in and year out. This offseason is going to be used as another attempt to gather all the necessary pieces. They came up short in a playoff upset against the Baltimore Ravens, but they are looking to avenge that loss with some key free agent signings and a strong draft.
The post New England Patriots 2013 Offseason Preview...
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had his cast removed recently and is on the road to recovery from his second forearm injury. "No cast. It's been a lot of weeks now; now I'm just in the rehab part of it," Gronkowski told Brian Lowe of Patriots.com at a Belmont, MA elementary school appearance as part of the NFL's "Play 60" initiative.
New England Patriots 2012-2013 Season - All 73 Touchdowns (by Mark Smith)
Now here’s a good Pats video for Friday. It’s raining touchdowns!!
WANT? I’d want the Patriots to re-sign him to a three-year team-friendly deal that protects...
“The Patriots are simply not going to put an $11.4 million franchise tag on Welker, someone...
This is the latest post in Kurt’s continuing series to identify the NFL’s Ultimate Franchise Player of All-Time. For an explanation of his methodology for choosing each franchise’s ultimate franchise player, and then how you and he will choose the NFL’s Ultimate Franchise Player from that list, click here.
Previous selections: ARI | ATL | BAL | BUF | CAR | CHI | CIN | CLE...
Some more athletes coming to the defense of Welker, after Matt Light voiced his thoughts earlier this week.
This time it's two of the greatest wide receivers to play the game. Michael Irvin of the NFL Network shared his thoughts with the Boston Herald.
“Absolutely, absolutely crazy. But I also think Wes would be crazy leaving the Patriots,” said Irvin, who works for the...
Charles Woodson could be an interesting fit for Patriots - Sports - The Boston Globe: