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The Patriots rookies are already signed and working in Foxboro, but today marks the real start of another run at the Super Bowl.
In New England, we count rings, not victories, and this could finally be the Patriots year . 2010 and 2011 were years that brought unexpected results. 14-2 and 13-3 seasons ended with disappointment, but those over achieving teams earned everyone’s respect.
2012 is a different beast, as Bill Belichick has put together an off-season that rivals 2007, and we know how good they were that year.
All the rookies are signed and in Foxboro, and getting acclimated to the NFL. On Thursday, they will start to compete against the veterans.
It’s about sealing the deal now. Losing to the New York Giants in the final seconds of the Super Bowl has left the Patriots hungry to hoist the Lombardi trophy after a 7-year drought.
The return of Josh McDaniels brings a fresh approach, and his experience with Belichick, along with Tom Brady should lead to an even more le...
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“New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski isn’t simply an elite player. He also has...
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The Cowboys may be America’s Team, but the Patriots have earned the distinction in the Far East.
According to the team’s Facebook page — no doubt a terrific source of information — a new study has shown that the Pats, by a wide margin, are China’s most popular NFL team, besting the Packers for the honor.
Rounding out the top 10 are the Steelers, Giants, Saints, Colts...
Wes Welker was jogging back to the line after running a route during the New England Patriots' first training camp session Thursday when owner Bob Kraft arrived on the sideline and pointed in his direction.
Wasting no time, the Pro Bowl receiver immediately approached Kraft, the two sharing a quick embrace and a handshake before parting ways. At least on the surface, everything...
The Patriots took their first step towards Super Bowl XLVII on Thursday as they opened training camp for the 2012 season at Gillette Stadium. Over 12,000 fans were reportedly on hand to watch Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and Co. begin official preparations for the upcoming season. Wes Welker was also there, and though the wide receiver was not able to come to terms with the team on...
2012 Patriots trailer: PATMAN RETURNS (by WickedPissahWeekly)
Wow, this video gave me chills. Ha!
For fans interested in seeing how Tom Brady, Wes Welker, Vince Wilfork and the rest of the New England Patriots are looking heading into the 2012 season, Gillette Stadium is the place to be this month. Luckily, Boston.com has released a digital training camp guide, which can be seen by clicking the image below. For a Gillette Stadium guide (once the season kicks off), click here.
The New England Patriots have waived Joseph Addai, reportedly because he failed his physical. It was unclear what concerns Patriots had with the former Indianapolis Colts running back in Wednesday's transaction, according to ESPN.com. Addai had 4,453 yards on 1,095 carries in six seasons for the Colts. Last season, he rushed for 433 yards on 118 carries in 12 games. In...
Joseph Addai did not last long as Patriots training camp kicked off Thursday
Plenty to report after day 1 of Patriots training camp. Some early headlines were the absence of 35 year old guard Brian Waters and the cutting of running back Joseph Addai.
When I first heard of Addai being cut on Thursday I was a little upset since I had some hopes the 29 year old veteran could help contribute...
How am I supposed to interpret the Patriots 2012 Yearbook picture? Is like an Uncle Sam thing, or a presidential thing? Are the offensive linemen in the secret service? Am I being recruiting for something? I guess this gets me excited for football season – and I can have it for the one-time fee of $12.95, which is nice – but what’s the deal here?
Most importantly, why is Tom...
To get you fully prepared for the unofficial start of the 2012 NFL season, we're ranking every team from worst to first in the weeks leading up to the opening of training camps.
Every day, we'll be previewing two teams, one from each conference, analyzing them from top to bottom and giving you all you need to know to be an informed fan. What's the major storyline heading...
In a three-part segment leading into the start of training camp, we examine the expectations for the Patriots' free-agent acquisitions, rookies, and veterans this season. Let’s start with the free agent acquisitions.
There are five categories we will use to rate these players.
1 Randy Moss: Obviously the best rating possible. His 23 touchdowns in his first season...
…and oh yeah, the Red Sox are in New York to take on the Yankees.
12,000 people showed up for the first day of Patriots training camp yesterday, a figure that must have even the most obstinate people questioning their stand on whether the Red Sox are the clear #1 team in New England right now.
Get all the Patriots-related coverage at PatriotsLinks.com.
The Olympics begin in earnest...