Michael Hoomanawanui isn’t content to be the guy who Tom Brady targets when no one decides to cover him.
Hoomanawanui is doing everything he can to increase his role in the Patriots’ passing offense this season after signing a new two-year, $2.4 million contract. Hoomanawanui played in 13 games last season, starting 10, but he caught just 12 passes for 136 yards and a touchdown...
New England Patriots tight end Michael Hoomanawanui has had a great month.
Hoomanawanui flew with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels on March 3 and signed a two-year contract with the Patriots on Monday, the day before free agency started.
Check out Hoomanawanui and St. Louis Rams punter Johnny Hekker speeding through the air — at times upside down — with the Blue Angels in the video...
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Rand Getlin of Yahoo Sports @Rand_Getlin reports that the Patriots have re-signed tight end Michael Hommanawanui to a two-year deal.
TE Michael Hoomanawanui will re-sign with the #Patriots, per a league source.
— Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) March 10, 2014
This move makes sense for the Patriots as Rob Gronkowski is the only other tight end on the roster...
The New England Patriots made their second free agent signing of the offseason on Monday.
The Patriots re-signed tight end Michael Hoomanawanui to a two-year deal, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport. Hoomanawanui has spent two seasons with the Patriots, starting 16 games.
Hoomanawanui caught 12 passes for 136 yards and one touchdown in 2013 as he was forced to take on a bigger...
New England Patriots tight end Michael Hoomanawanui is accustomed to the speed of an NFL game, but that’s nothing like what he experienced on Monday.
Hoomanawanui and St. Louis Rams punter Johnny Hekker flew with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. The two NFL players were nominated for the flight by the Blue Angels crew for their leadership, positivity and impact on their communities....
New England Patriots tight end Michael Hoomanawanui (try saying that three times fast) entered Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins with just 10 receptions on the season. Now that Rob Gronkowski is out for the season with a knee injury, Hoomanawanui may be leaned on more often. He delivered on Sunday. Hoomanawanui made a phenomenal […]
Tweet Not only does New England Patriots tight end Michael Hoomanawanui have one of the most difficult to pronounce last names in football, he also made this tough one-handed grab for a touchdown with a defender draped all over him look easy: If Hoomanawanui keeps this up, New England may be able to sustain losing Gronk for the season. -ALR
New England Patriots tight end Michael Hoomanawanui hauled in this beautiful one-handed touchdown catch against the Miami Dolphins.