The fullback with the Ivy League engineering degree wouldn't be stopped.
James Develin kept moving his legs after being knocked back on his leap with the ball at the 1. More than half the defenders hit him. None could keep him from scoring.
The play that began at the left hash mark ended about halfway to the left sideline. That's where Develin finally fell into the end...
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Watch New England Patriots’ fullback James Develin’s touchdown run against the Houston Texans.
Then you’ll know what I’m talking about.
I love that my kids love football. Not only because I can watch with them, but because sometimes they learn things.
I have two boys: 4 and 1 ½ years old. My oldest learned how to chant “Defense!” with me at an early age. My youngest...
Take notes, kids. This is what they call smash-mouth football.
James Develin, an undrafted rookie out of Brown who came into Sunday without an NFL carry to his name, was given the ball at the 1-yard line with the Patriots trailing Houston 17-7 early in the third quarter.
The fullback’s initial lunge toward the goal line was snuffed out by the Texans defense, but Develin would...
Wondering what the trickle down effect is when Gronk and Amendola come back. Most specifically how does it affect Edelman, and how does it affect their preference to run 11 and 12 personnel?
And what about James Develin? Will he still be needed? How about Hooman?
There will still likely be a rotation but Amendola’s return has to come at the expense of someone’s snaps, likely...
FOXBORO, Mass. – James Develin wasn’t gone for long.
The Patriots re-signed the fullback just two days after he was released from the team, according to Nick Underhill of MassLive.com. Develin was with the team throughout training camp and preseason. He was released Tuesday to make room for tight end Matthew Mulligan.
Develin played fullback and tight end with the Patriots this...
The Patriots continue to tweak their roster, a process that isn't likely to stop at any point.
Fullback James Develin is the latest casualty. A surprise move given his strong camp and value as a blocker both in the backfield and potentially as a tight end.
James Develin has been released, according to a source
— Nick Underhill (@Nick_Underhill) September 2, 2013