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Week 9 - Indianapolis Colts 18-15 New England Patriots. Anthony Gonzalez two touchdowns.
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The New England Patriots have announced this afternoon that they have signed a new wide receiver, and it’s was not the reported signing of WR Brandon Lloyd heading into this weekend. The Patriots official website released the announcement this afternoon that the organization has signed former Indianapolis Colts WR Anthony Gonzalez. No terms of the agreement have been...
The New England Patriots made a splash in free agency by inking wide receiver Brandon Lloyd to a three-year contract. And the addition of Lloyd only strengthens the Patriots already potent passing attack. New England tried to make a similar splash last year when they brought in veteran receiver Chad Ochocinco. That particular move did not go as planned. Ochocinco had just 15 catches...
The New England Patriots added two veteran wide receivers on Saturday. Earlier in the day they signed former Colts receiver Anthony Gonzalez, who’s battled injuries throughout his five-year NFL career.
Gonzalez has only played in a complete 16-game regular season one time, and that was in 2008. This past season he was active for only eight games and didn’t record any receptions...
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The Broncos are reportedly one of three finalists to land Peyton Manning, and Philip Rivers is hoping Denver pulls it off to increase the competition in the AFC West.
The Patriots are collecting undersized wide receivers to the extent that quarterback Tom Brady might soon be able to claim a "Smurfs" sequel.
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According to Shalize Manza Young o the Boston Globe, The New England Patriots are “close” to signing free agent wide receiver Brandon Lloyd, per a league source.
If the Patriots are able to get a deal done with Lloyd, it would give them the deep threat they desperately need at the receiver position.
Lloyd should be able to flourish in the Patriots because the past success he’s...
The Patriots and Bill Belichick seem to snub their noses at many of the big NFL events that fans and teams alike treat with the utmost importance to their teams.
They pick virtually unknowns in the draft and rarely make big splashes in free agency. There have been exceptions of course, notably Adalius Thomas and the big draft day trade for Randy Moss. This year might see a perfect...
According to the Twitter account of guard Mike McGlynn, he has signed a contract with the Colts. This leaves the position group in worse shape for the Bengals. While he wouldn't be an ideal starter in Cincinnati, he could have played a role similar to that of 2011...