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As we slowly limp through the final three weeks of the off-season it’s finally time to allow...
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Tom Brady ranks #3 in Ron Jaworski’s quarterback rankings is that too low or just right?
Tom Brady appears to have everything. He has won three Super Bowls. He has movie-star good looks and a beautiful supermodel wife.
One thing he does not have, however, is the status as top quarterback in the league according to ESPN’s analyst Ron Jaworski.
While the countdown continues...
“In drafting Dont’a Hightower at No. 25 overall, the Patriots found a player whom many...
One of the things that make Rob Gronkowski so loveable is that we all know somebody like him. He is that big, goofy teddy bear we all know who turns out to be a great guy beneath that superficial "bro" persona.
Thankfully, the man is making a name for himself outside the white lines of the gridiron, and America continues to be entertained.
This week, Gronkowski took...
“The deadline for the Patriots and franchise player Wes Welker to get a longer-term deal done...
There’s been quite a few additions and moves in the Patriots personnel department this offseason, and some of the connections are pretty familiar; in fact, their family. Let’s take a look at a few:</p>
Mick is the son of the NFL...
Earlier today we mentioned that the New England Patriots and wide receiver Wes Welker plan on trying to work out a long-term contract before next Monday’s deadline.
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, a source has told him that there may not be much dialogue between both sides this week because of how far apart they are in their negotiations.
In order to understand the NFL, you first have to understand its history. I hear people say that the fans in New England are rabid. That may, or may not be, the case. You have to understand that the AFL is only fifty two years old. During those first forty five years the New England [...]
New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker (83) practicing on Thursday, June 7, 2012. (Credit: AP Photo/Stephan Savoia)
Reports over the weekend were that the New England Patriots and Wes Welker are at least $6 million apart on a new contract. At that point, all signs pointed to the two sides not getting a deal done by the July 16 deadline. However, all of that may change this...
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe, both the New England Patriots and the representatives for wide receiver Wes Welker are expected to be working hard this week to agree on a new contract.
The problem now, is that the Patriots and Welker’s reps can’t agree on how to structure a third year for the 31 year-old receiver.
I believe there’s a good...
According to Greg Bedard of the Boston Globe, New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez won’t accept the franchise tag as a tight end next offseason. He’ll likely put up the argument that he’s more of a receiver then a tight end.
The franchise tag at the receiver position ($9.515 million) is almost double of what a tight end ($5.446 million) would receive...
He doesn't understand why people can't come to terms with that.