On Feb. 3, 2008, Julian Edelman and Josh Kline both watched the New England Patriots play in Super Bowl XLII. Three days later, Kline signed a national letter of intent to become Edelman's teammate at Kent State. Little did they know, they'd be preparing to represent the Patriots seven years later on the world's biggest stage.
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January 26, 2015
Is a close win over a bad team cause for concern? On one hand, the Patriots came away with a win against a division rival and are sitting comfortably at 12-3. On the other hand, the Pats’ once-unstoppable offense was brought to a screeching halt by a 3-12 team. Let’s take a look at the five biggest takeaways from yesterday’s game. The offensive line has not been fixed: After...
The New England Patriots went into their final preseason game of 2014 with two pressing questions on offense, and neither was answered conclusively. The Patriots started Jimmy Garoppolo at quarterback to see if the rookie could be Tom Brady’s backup this season, and Josh Kline played the entire game at left guard in hopes that he could replace Logan Mankins. Both Kline and Garoppolo produced...
When Josh Kline started at left guard in a blowout win over the Baltimore Ravens, Patriots' fans were treated to the start of a career that could see the undrafted rookie free agent find a regular home on the Patriots' offensive line.Perhaps not in Mankins' spot, because though the wear and tear of nine NFL seasons have taken their toll on the 2005 first round draft pick, he's still...
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