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The New England Patriots have the power to severely alter the course of the 2012 NFL draft. This is the week where of all of the mock drafts stop and the real action begins.
In the course of that action is serious business and that business revolves around teams trying to move up to get the guy they want or sliding down to get a coveted guy that should still be available at a lower...
Tom Brady: An April of tight-fitting cardigans and newsboy caps with just a dash of hipster glasses.
With the NFL draft beginning on Thursday, rumors and speculation are running rampant. NESN.com's Jeff Howe fielded questions from Patriots fans in an attempt to shed some light on what to expect later this week. Coming off a Super Bowl appearance, the Patriots are in good shape and are always in good hands with Bill Belichick calling the shots. However, there are still some apparent...
If the New England Patriots keep the 31st pick in the 2012 NFL draft look for them to select Notre Dame safety Harrison Smith. Harrison Smith exhibits great ball skills, takes proper angles towards the pass, has the ability to adjust to make a play and fills a glaring need for the Bill Belichick and the
The Patriots have four picks in the first two rounds of the NFL draft, but if the past has taught us anything it's that it's unlikely Bill Belichick and Co. stay put and use those picks in those slots. That could very well be the case again this year, as those four picks represent two-thirds of the Patriots' picks in this weekend's draft. NESN.com Patriots reporter...
Doesn’t it seem like the New England Patriots go out of their way EVERY season to trade down and acquire more picks? Every year, they’re a fun team to watch on draft day, because they always seem to end up with more picks than anyone else. In 2012, even more so, because they have four picks in the first two rounds.
And even though they were just one Wes Welker drop, or perhaps...
Our Naughty Nurse says the New England Patriots suffer a bad case of bi-polar disorder: frighteningly good on one side of the ball, but frighteningly deficient on the other. She can even trace the onset of this disorder to a single landmark game.....
“I was a paper boy,” said Tom Brady, according to the Boston Herald. Brady’s wife/wide receiver critic, Gisele Bundchen, responded, “How cute is that?”
No word if Brady introduced himself to everyone at the grand opening of the rag & bone boutique on Newbury Street as, “I was a paper boy,” but I’d like to think he did.
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Veteran offensive tackle Matt Light was officially placed on the reserve/retired list by the New England Patriots today.
A four-time Pro Bowl selection, Light played for the Patriots for 11 seasons.
He started 153 career games.
The 6-foot-4, 305-pounder played collegiately at Purdue.
Light carried a $5 million salary-cap figure.
By Chris Warner
Today, we look at dominant pass rushers, creatures that have remained elusive to Coach Bill Belichick and his band of merry draftniks. The footballers chosen below aren’t meant as predictions (best to avoid those, judging by our track record); rather, they represent the level of talent available to the Pats in each round.
New England has two picks in the first round...
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Bill Belichick turned 60 this past Monday and in honor of his big day, the New England Patriots posted a Twitter pic of a six-year-old BB.
Who knew the boy wearing the slightly sinister grin would go on to win three Super Bowls as a head coach?
His 60th birthday isn’t a precursor to his imminent demise though.
Three head coaches won Super Bowls at age 60 or older. Weeb Eubank...