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New England Patriots: History of Bill Belichick's First Round NFL Draft Selections

The NFL Draft kicks off Thursday, April 30th, marking the 16th time that Bill Belichick will be overseeing a New England Patriots Draft. 
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John Legend catches Belichick checking out Chrissy Teigen

Bill Belichick has been busted for spying again, only this time he won’t be penalized by the NFL as a result. Belichick attended the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday and spent a few moments on the red carpet. SI swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen understandably caught his eye, and a photographer happened to snap the...Read More
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New England Patriots: First round options

With the NFL Draft just a week away, teams are starting to finish up their homework. The players being brought in for workouts have slowed down, as many teams feel like they’ve seen what they needed to see from these prospects, enough to be able to make decisions on who to pull the trigger on and who to pass on. I’m sure by now Bill Belichick has whittled his list down from whatever...
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President Obama honored the New England Patriots at The White House

It’s that time of the year. The Ohio State Buckeyes recently took their trip to The White House and today it was the New England Patriots turn. In case you missed it, here’s a couple of videos from the NFL’s Youtube Channel and some photos from the New England Patriots to help you relive the moment… The Patriots' 4 Lombardis are ready to meet the President! #OnToTheWhiteHouse...
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RG3 on Patriots: 'They operate like a high school football team'

  Class is in session, and Robert Griffin III is taking notes.   The Washington Redskins quarterback got a firsthand look at how Tom Brady and the New England Patriots operate last preseason when the two teams held joint practices in August. The squads then went in completely opposite directions, as Griffin’s Redskins finished 4-12 while Brady’s Patriots went on...
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Bill Belichick Says Jimmy Garoppolo Acts and Works Out Like a Linebacker

It was nearly a year ago when the New England Patriots selected quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft. The Eastern Illinois product is in line to eventually replace star quarterback Tom Brady, but Garoppolo is preparing as if that day is coming sooner rather than later. Christopher Price of notes Garoppolo’s personal coach Jeff Christensen...
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Report: Urban Meyer reassured Belichick about Hernandez

The New England Patriots knew that Aaron Hernandez had plenty of off-field issues before they drafted him in 2010. There’s a reason — or several — that Hernandez was a first-round talent who fell to the fourth round. So why did Bill Belichick and company take the chance? Before we answer that, it should be...Read More
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2015 NFL Draft Predictions: AFC East

The last installment of my division by division breakdown of teams as they prepare for the 2015 NFL draft is the AFC East. This division has been thoroughly dominated by the Patriots for ages now and should not change next year, but each of the teams behind them have reason to think that they are not too far from making the leap to playoff team. Buffalo Bills Needs: QB, TE, CB...
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Bill Belichick after drafting Tom Brady: The more QBs the better

Bill Belichick has made a habit out of collecting quarterbacks in his 15 seasons with the New England Patriots. Belichick made the shrewdest draft pick of his career in his first year at the helm of the Patriots, selecting Tom Brady No. 199 overall exactly 15 years ago on April 16, 2000. The Patriots already had Drew Bledsoe, John Friesz and Michael Bishop on their roster, so the...
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Belichick's end zone camera proposal could cost $20 million

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick didn’t hold back in a diatribe at the NFL owners meetings during which he castigated the league for not embracing his proposal to have four cameras in end zones to better assist officials during replay reviews. NFL head of officials Dean Blandino reportedly was at the meeting when...Read More The post Cost to implement Bill Belichick’s...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

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