Found October 26, 2012 on The Awesome Boston:
A.B. After the Tom Brady recently referred to the Patriots’ trip to London as being “all business”, I had to get my hands on Bill Belichick’s list of restricted activities. So, I sent my mole on a mission to infiltrate the very fortress that is Gillette Stadium, and bring back to me the details. Here’s what I found out: #1 – Julian Edelman is not allowed to rent a moped and drive endless circles around Lambeth Bridge Roundabout with Danny Woodhead yelling, “Look Woody, Big Ben…Parliament.” #2 – The Gronk is not allowed within 100 feet of Pippa Middleton. #3 – Devan McCourty cannot hang out with Prince Harry because neither of them have been able to cover anything. #4 – Wes Welker is not allowed inside Windsor Castle for fear that he might drop something at a key moment during the visit. #5 – Tom and Giselle are not allowed to sunbathe in the nude with Prince William and Kate. #6 – Dan Connolly must avoid “bangers and beans” per the request of Tom Brady. #7 – Bob Kraft, the n
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