Found August 01, 2012 on
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Sportscenter via Rotoworld.com that New England Patriots quarterback Ryan Mallett has shown a lot of improvement since last season.
Schefter stated that Mallett is looking like the quarterback that many people thought he had the potential of becoming before his draft stock dropped due to off the field concerns.
“This summer, (Mallett) has looked like the type of top quarterback prospect that many people thought he was coming out of Arkansas,” Schefter said. “He’s picked up the system, he’s looked very good.”
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22,000 fans attended the Patriots indoor practice on Wednesday inside Gillette Stadium, a special late afternoon event attended by season ticket holders and residents of Foxborough only.
They got to see a spirited practice in which a baseball like bench-clearing skirmish broke out when OT Nate Solder started a fight during 11-on-11 drills. Solder gave LB Brandon Spikes a big shove...
One man's injury is another man's opportunity.
Under the best of circumstances, the New England Patriots' offensive line was going to be reshuffled this season after starting left tackle Matt Light announced his retirement in the spring.
Then came a knee injury to All-Pro guard Logan Mankins that has kept him off the field in the early days of training camp and Sebastian...
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Bed check: Wrapping up Day 7 - New England Patriots Blog - ESPN Boston:
Veteran receiver Brandon...
Every summer NFL teams welcome a bevy of new players to their training camps. Happens every year. No big whoop. The New England Patriots are no exception, but with long time veterans like Tom Brady, Vince Wilfork and Wes Welker the new players that create any buzz are usually members of April’s draft class. [...]
» The Patriots Are the Most Popular Team in China Barstool Sports: Boston:
French historian Jacques...
That’s US Mes’s Water Polo coach Terry Schroeder who bares an uncanny resemblance to Bill Belichick.
The US Men are currently 2-0 in the 2012 Olympics behind the strong coaching of Belichick Schroeder.
Let’s just hope the US doesn’t have to play the Giants in the gold medal game.
[h/t Barstool Sports]
BostonHerald.com - Blogs: The Blitz» Blog Archive » Brandon Spikes’ injury, several fights highlight...
The Associated Press released an inaugural NFL poll voted on by 12 analysts from around the country. Your favorite team and mine, the New England Patriots earned second on the list behind Aaron Rodgers' Green Bay Packers.
Earning 369 points, just five behind the Pack, New England scraped two first-place votes, which was three behind Green Bay and current Super Bowl Champions...
Practice wrap is posted. No Lloyd or Fanene. Connolly returned. Gaffney left. Ninkovich was a full...
Pro Bowl tight end Aaron Hernandez has joined up with CytoSport, the maker of Muscle Milk. Hernandez has used Muscle Milk to help him recover from his workouts during his college playing days to now earning Pro Bowl honors with the New England Patriots.
“I’m excited to be a part of the Muscle Milk team,” said Hernandez. “I started using Muscle Milk when I was at the...
Top 100 NFL Players of all time ( according to NFL.com)
49 - Mike Haynes - July 1, 1953
Defensive Back - New England Patriots, Los Angeles Raiders
Gronk has “Hard Work” on his chin band aid. Better than “Zubaz 4 Life” I guess…
(via Patriots Training Camp Day Four - Sunday, July 29, 2012)
The sale of the Cleveland Browns has officially been completed per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Per Schefter, the official amount of the transaction between Randy Lerner and Jimmy Haslam is in excess of $1 Billion. This amount is significantly higher than the $920 Million which was originally reported Forbes magazine.
Per Schefter, the team has been sold in two different phases. A ...