You know things are going well when James Develin is scoring touchdowns.
The New England Patriots got off to a hot start in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts at Gillette Stadium and were knocking on the door with a seven-point lead near the end of the first quarter.
That’s when Bill Belichick decided to unleash his secret weapon: Fullback James Develin...
FOXBORO, Mass. — The New England Patriots might have a secret weapon on offense this season.
Fullback James Develin, who also has seen snaps at tight end, has caught three passes for 40 yards and a touchdown during the Patriots’ first two preseason games after catching just four passes for 62 yards all of last season. Brady wants to get Develin involved in the passing game...
FOXBORO, Mass. — James Develin doesn’t care where he plays, as long as he’s playing football.
Develin played defensive end during his college career at Brown. Then, he made the switch to fullback, appearing in all 16 games at the position with the New England Patriots last season.
Now, at least until the Patriots can find a way to keep their tight ends off the injury list...
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 zone for...
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December 05, 2013