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Roger Goodell expectedly dodges Patriots-related questions at Super Bowl

SAN FRANCISCO — NFL commissioner Roger Goodell briefly showed emotion when he laughed to start his annual Super Bowl press conference. Robo-Goodell 3000 quickly apologized. The sham that is Goodell’s yearly state of the shield was in full-effect Friday. If media members and questions aren’t planted to begin the presser, then the NFL is luckier than the New England Patriots...
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Tom Brady has clock counting down to Super Bowl LI

While most of the football world focuses on Super Bowl 50 this week, Tom Brady already is focused on Super Bowl LI. It makes sense that the Patriots quarterback would be more focused on the next Super Bowl than this one since he’s not playing in this one. But just how focused is he on getting to next year’s big game in Houston? He has a clock in his home gym ticking down to...
Via The Sports Daily
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Kurt Warner Relives Super Bowl XXXVI Vs. Patriots: ‘It Was A Great Game’

SAN FRANCISCO — There’s always two side to a story, and that includes Adam Vinatieri’s historic game-winning kick in Super Bowl XXXVI. That kick lifted the New England Patriots to their first Super Bowl win, but it also provided heartbreak on the St. Louis Rams’ sideline. However, former Rams quarterback Kurt Warner now looks back on that game with some appreciation, even...
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Report: Tom Brady Will Attend Super Bowl 50 As Part Of MVP Ceremony

Tom Brady will be at Super Bowl, just not in the fashion he or New England Patriots fans hoped. As part of the 50th Super Bowl, the NFL plans on honoring MVPs of the first 49 games. Brady, a three-time winner of the award, was up in the air about whether he’d attend, but the NFL confirmed Thursday that Brady will be there for the ceremony at Levi’s Stadium in California. Tom...
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Love wanted revenge on Pats for post-diabetes diagnosis cut

Carolina Panthers defensive tackle Kyle Love is disappointed he does not get to face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. In 2013, the Patriots released Love after he had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. The 29-year-old is clearly convinced that the timing was not a coincidence, and he made that clear when he promised “pain” before the Panthers played New England...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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New England Patriots Star Calls For Changes To NFL’s Pro Bowl Game

For those who may have missed it, the NFL held their annual all-star game last weekend when dozens of star players took the field in Hawai’i for the annual Pro Bowl. The once interesting game has turned into an afterthought, despite changes in recent years to format, location and date on the calendar (now being played in the week between conference championship games and the Super...
Via Gamedayr
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Rob Gronkowski opens up about male stripper past

Before New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was the best in the league at his position, he was trying his hand at being a male stripper. No, seriously. Gronk, who we know loves to dance and will not turn down for anything or anyone, once gave stripping a try back in college. He appeared on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien to talk about it, and provided some interesting...
Via The Sports Daily
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Peyton Manning reportedly tells friends he’ll retire after Super Bowl

Perhaps following in the footsteps of his general manager, John Elway, Peyton Manning plans to retire after the Super Bowl,’s Ian Rapoport reported Monday. Manning hinted at his retirement in a postgame interaction with Bill Belichick after the AFC Championship, saying this year could be his “last rodeo.” Appearing on NFL Network on Monday, Rapoport said Manning has...
Via The Comeback
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Aaron Hernandez praises Brady, rips Robert Kraft in prison letter

Aaron Hernandez is still responding to fan mail from his prison cell, though his tone has changed quite a bit from the way it was when he wrote a flirtatious letter last summer. In a recent letter obtained by TMZ, Hernandez goes off on a fan who apparently criticized him in one of her previous notes. The former New England Patriots tight end listed several ways he would encourage...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Five free agent wide receivers the Patriots should consider signing this offseason

In 2014–in his first season as a member of the New England Patriots–wide receiver Brandon Lafell had his best season as a professional, adding an element to the team’s offense they hadn’t had in quite some time and finishing the regular season with a 74/953/7 line, including the opening score in Super Bowl XLIX against the Seahawks. In 2015, Lafell was one of the worst...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

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