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Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski reportedly had a third surgery on his broken forearm a month ago, this time for an infection. It’s not expected to affect his recovery time, or his party time. Gronk has always stayed Gronking no matter what the situation. You know how the saying goes, once a Gronk, always a Gronk. Even back in the day he was Gronking.-TO
Gronkowski Does His Little Dance
Rob Gronkowski as a child
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If it’s one thing Patriots fans have
been shouting at their radios, TV’s and computers while watching
free agency coverage it’s “get some defense, Bill!” And
finally Bill did just that. But not before he challenged the trust
people had in his decisions. Bellicheck, who has been worshipped in
New England for over ten years, finally was challenged by Patriots
At the NFL annual meeting in Phoenix, 30 of the 32 NFL head coaches got together to pose for this nice 2013 class photo. The two missing coaches?
Tom Brady gets UNREAL with the Easter Bunny - Sorry Bunny Touchdown Dance (by unreal)
The best of a collection of new Brady videos, one that might give the Jets a little flashback to the 45-3 beatdown in 2010. I have to say, it’s taken over a decade but Brady’s acting is finally starting to improve… a bit.
WES IS MORE
Patriots owner Robert Kraft, still smarting over Wes Welker's departure to Denver, stated that the team made a better financial offer to keep the receiver.
Fresh faces are heading to the New England Patriots wide receiver core as Wes Welker gets used to the thin air in Denver and Brandon Lloyd tests the cold free market. The Pats and Tom Brady will have to get used to new players like Danny Amendola, Donald Jones and Emmanuel Sanders.
It’s almost comparable to the 2007 influx of wide receivers like Wes Welker, Randy Moss, Donte...
Like many NFL teams, the Patriots have been busy since free agency opened last Tuesday.
Their most talked-about acquisition is surely slot receiver Danny Amendola, who was brought basically to replace Wes Welker just hours after news surfaced that Welker had signed a two-year deal with Denver.
But the Pats’ moves didn’t stop there. New England soothed fans’ disappointment over...
Patriots owner Robert Kraft says he has a photo of the infamous "Tuck Rule" play signed by then-Raiders head coach Jon Gruden that reads, "It was a fumble."
AFC coaches talk Patriots - Extra Points - Boston.com: Interesting nuggets throughout this...
Now before I do this I would like to point out that Tom Brady is one of the greatest quarterbacks to play the game. He has consistently led the New England Patriots [...]
Or how to first pump.
It's kind of funny that he says, "Do it right at the other team!" because that's basically what the Jets have been complaining about for years. They say Brady does that everytime they score a touchdown, taunting them.
In their defense, that probably would get annoying when the Pats are scoring like six times every game.
For more comedic...
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It would be poetic justice if the New England Patriots could sway defensive end Elvis Dumervil to play in Foxboro.
The Denver Broncos were able to sign longtime Patriots receiver Wes Welker with the old strategy of double dipping, getting a great receiver while hurting a conference foe.
The NFL owners voted to eliminate the infamous tuck rule, the rule that gave Tom Brady second life in his first playoff game. It was a bad rule, it will always be a bad rule if they decide to bring it back and every New England Patriots’ fan knows they got away with murder that day.
It doesn’t mean we still didn’t love the tuck rule.
It would be really easy for me to be a dick...
New England new england patriots owner Robert Kraft was unusually revealing Monday in lamenting receiver Wes Welker's defection to the Denver Broncos, saying the team wanted the receiver back and placing the blame squarely on the shoulders of Welker's agents., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/pats-owner-blames-agents-for-welkers-exit
The departure of Wes Welker from New England to Denver rankled plenty of fans and left many folks in the media wondering whether the Patriots ever really wanted to keep the wideout.
Pats owner Bob Kraft said on Monday at the NFL owners meetings in Arizona that the Pats absolutely wanted Welker back and that their offer was "better than what he got in Denver."