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Ryan Mallett hasn't been heard from much since he entered the NFL. Taken in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft, he slid because of character concerns and alleged drug use. Based on ability, most analysts projected that Mallett would be a first round impact QB who could be the best in his draft class if not for his off field issues. This is what the Patriots obviously saw when they selected him. Mallett is young and smart, but Brady will seemingly not be going anywhere for a while after his recent contract extension. With this in mind, I think it is fair to ask whether Mallett will be the next starting quarterback of the Patriots.
As much as Patriots fans hate to admit it, Tom Brady is getting older and he has said that he would like to play until he is 40 years old. If you trust him at his word, that would mean that Brady would call it quits in 2017, four years from now. The Patriots would have to decide at that time who Brad
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After a rough offseason, the New England Patriots are going to break in a new logo this season. Check it out below.
I like the new look a lot. I guess this means the Patriots will be changing the logo in their end zone’s as well.
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The Flying Elvis remains, but some tweaking to the 'Patriots' letters gets a complete makeover. Gone is the old cursive style, as the team opted to go with something more bold and up to date, we suppose. They're also moving Elvis from the left and centering him just under the name. According to NFL.com, the logo change won’t be reflected on the team’s helmet, but...
On the eve of the Fourth of July and as the Hernandez scandal seems to be dying down, the Patriots have unveiled their new team logo.
On the eve of the Fourth of July, the Patriots have released their new team logo. This symbol has shifted the “flying Elvis” to the middle of the logo and replaced the old white, cursive lettering with blue, bold lettering.
While, on its face,...
Last week, former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was arrested on charges of the murder of his friend, Odin Lloyd. Naturally, the media has begun digging into the former All-Pro’s past, and reports of numerous prior altercations have sprung up from different publications. Hernandez’ time at the University of Florida has come under much...
For my money, the sickest @RandyMoss catch of his Patriots time.
Though the details of Aaron Hernandez's future remains to be seen, more is being learned about his current daily routine and privileges in Massachusetts' Bristol County House of Corrections.
In a phone call with FoxSports.com on Wednesday, Bristol County Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson revealed the following details on Hernandez's day-to-day life in prison.
Aaron Hernandez is no longer a member of the New England Patriots, but his former teammates may have never viewed him as such anyway.
Sure, Hernandez was a part of the team, practicing and playing with the Patriots on the field each week, but, according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, he never really hung out with his teammates.
One source told Howe that Hernandez rarely spent...
We reported earlier today that Boston authorities have been in contact with Gainesville police in order to gather more information about a 2007 shooting that took place down in Florida.
The Gainesville police have released a statement denying that they’ve been contacted by Boston authorities.
The Gainesville Police Department is aware that members of the national media are reporting...
In the midst of Carlos Ortiz flipping on Aaron Hernandez, and turning state’s evidence, The Boston Herald is reporting that Aaron Hernandez may be paying for Ernest Wallace’s attorney.
The Herald is reporting that the DA is upset about the state’s public defenders office tried to assign a taxpayer-funded lawyer to Hernandez’s alleged co-conspirator, Ernest Wallace, who...
Massachusetts State Police recently searched an apartment owned by Aaron Hernandez, uncovering some new evidence in the murder case against the former Patriots tight end.
Police enacted search warrants on a condo Hernandez owned in Franklin, Mass., which just over a dozen miles from his $1.4 million North Attleboro home, in late June, according to the Boston Herald. The search turned...
Carlos Ortiz, the 27-year-old associate who admitted he was with Aaron Hernandez the night Odin Lloyd was shot, is starting to sound like a valuable witness who has been cooperating with police as they continue to investigate the murder. In fact, a report from The Sun Chronicle on Wednesday morning revealed that Ortiz was interviewed [...]
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is recovering from back surgery, but that didn't stop him from enjoying a little Fourth of July beer pong.
A.B. During a recent trip to Disneyland, Tom Brady made up for his water slide pictures from a few summers back. Although Gisele is the star of this picture, Brady seems to be enjoying the 199 foot drop on Disneyland’s Tower of Terror ride.
And in case you forget what the water slide picture looked like…