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The Patriots have brought in a quarterback, but don’t expect a Tim Tebow-size controversy in New England. Chris Simms, who played quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tennessee Titans, has been hired to help with coaching duties, Ian R. Rapoport of the Boston Herald reports. Simms was also a backup passer in Denver. Simms, 31, who went to the University of Texas before being drafted in 2003 and playing in 23 games in the NFL from 2004 to 2009, is the son of quarterback Phil Simms, who played for the Giants when New England coach Bill Belichick was defensive...
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Former Dallas Cowboys Fullback Tony Fiammetta has agreed to terms with the Patriots, according to league sources. As of writing, details of the contract were not available.
The Patriots also released FB Lousaka Polite.
This is the second fullback signed in free agency. They picked up former Broncos fullback/linebacker Spencer Larsen last week.
Fiammetta, 25 was a restricted...
For a team that went all in on Peyton Manning, largely at the behest of owner Bud Adams, and lost, the Tennessee Titans recovered pretty nicely.
The Titans' biggest need in free agency was not at the quarterback position, though snagging an elite player like Manning at the position was something that could not have been turned away.
Instead, the Titans filled the biggest gap...
Wide receiver Chad Ochocinco agreed to restructure his contract in order to remain with the New England Patriots for the 2012 season.
Ochocinco lowered his base salary from $3 million in 2012 to $1 million. There’s still a chance he could get released before the regular season begins in September.
The 34 year-old Ochocinco is clearly at the end of his career and it’s questionable...
“Yeah, Gronk, what’s the most broads you’ve banged in one Fiesta?” Or, “Uh, yeah, hey bro. Big fan. You ever crush two broads and bonged three beers at the same time?” What about, “Gronk, how do you tell fat broads it’s time to go after you’ve banged them in the shower on spring break?” Get your questions together, Rhode Island meatheads. Your hero is coming...
Here is New England Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski enjoying his spring break. Yes, the All-Pro is drinking from a beer bong and mixing drinks at various spring break parties.
Pictures via bustedcoverage.com
By Chris Warner, Patriots Daily Staff
With six picks this year in the top four rounds, New England should get busy starting April 26. No one knows which direction Coach Bill Belichick will take, so instead of guaranteeing failure with predictions (check out our upcoming mock draft!) we’re focusing on positions we’d like to see Mr. Kraft and Co. address.
DAY ONE (Round One): The...