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WILLIE MCGINEST RUMORS

Willie McGinest Unloading His Boston Condo- Just $644,900!

It looks like three-time Super Bowl champion Willie McGinest is officially done with Boston, listing his condo in Quincy for $644,900. This has...
Via Busted Coverage
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Willie McGinest: Patriots made the word ‘team’ sexy in the NFL

FOXBORO, Mass. — Before 2002, Super Bowl teams typically introduced their players one by one, letting each player jog out of the tunnel individually while fans cheered. The New England Patriots changed all that. The Patriots chose to be introduced as a team that day, and after their 20-17 victory over the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI, a legend was born. The legend said that...
Via NESN.com
May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Sarkisian Mistakenly Gives Offensive Player No. 55, Which Is A Trojan Linebacker Tradition

Many college football programs have famous numbers that are passed down as a tradition. At USC, the number 55 has traditionally been reserved for elite linebackers. Trojan greats like Junior Seau, Willie McGinest, and Keith Rivers have worn the number, and no non-linebacker has donned the jersey since 1989. New head coach Steve Sarkisian has been a coach at USC before, but apparently...
Via College Spun
April 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Willie McGinest: USC players shouldn't wear No. 55 on offense

LOS ANGELES -- The No. 55 is a privilege at USC. Not just a privilege, but a defensive privilege. Former USC All-American and three-time Super Bowl champion Willie McGinest made that clear Saturday as he checked on his alma mater during their annual spring game. McGinest was interviewed while standing on the sidelines during the game when the No. 55 was brought up. He explained that...
Via Fox Sports West
April 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Why Willie McGinest is the New England Patriots greatest defensive end

The New England Patriots have a need at the defensive end position in 2014 as their top pass rushers Chandler Jones and Rob Ninkovich were number one and two in the NFL among 4-3 defensive ends in snaps played. Per ProFootballFocus.com Jones was on the field for 1,142 snaps and Ninkovich logged 1,114 snaps. With such a heavy workload it shows the need for additional help and depth...
Via cover32 - Patriots
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Willie McGinest: Aqib Talib Wanted To Stay With Patriots

Aqib Talib was a major defensive free agent the New England Patriots wanted to keep, leaving some to wonder how the cornerback got away. Former Patriots linebacker Willie McGinest, now an NFL Network analyst, was among those asking Wednesday what led to Talib signing with the Denver Broncos for a reported six years and $57 million ($26 million guaranteed). McGinest said he talked...
Via NESN.com
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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