Drew Bledsoe Never Thought Tom Brady Would Be A StarterWhile Tom Brady showed a great work ethic, Drew Bledsoe didn't think he had the build to be a starting quarterback in the NFL.
Tom Brady And Drew Bledsoe Reflect On Mo Lewis Hit 15 Years LaterBrady and Bledsoe spoke with NFL.com about the hit that effectively ended Bledsoe's Patriots career and gave rise to Brady's.
A Quick History Lesson Of Patriots In The Super BowlLet's take a trip down memory lane and revisit New England's first seven Super Bowl appearances.
Bledsoe: Andrew Luck Does Everything Well, Except The NeckbeardDrew Bledsoe was effusive with praise about Colts QB Andrew Luck, except one thing...
Drew Bledsoe Joins Gresh & Zolak In StudioPatriots Hall of Famer Drew Bledsoe made a surprise visit in studio Monday morning.
Keefer Madness Examines Ryan Leaf And The History Of Drafting Quarterbacks No. 1 & 2Ryan Leaf was released from prison on Thursday. Rich Keefe discusses what has happened when quarterbacks were taken first and second overall in the same draft.
Drew Bledsoe Explains Why Today's College QBs Are More 'NFL Ready'Young quarterbacks are taking the league by storm, and former Patriots QB Drew Bledsoe explained why that is on Gresh & Zolak Thursday afternoon.
Felger: Patriots Will Have 'Their Aaron Rodgers' In Next Two YearsTom Brady still has some good years left in him, but the process to find the next franchise quarterback is already underway.
Gresh & Zolak: Drew Bledsoe Provides His Keys To The GamePatriots Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Bledsoe came on the Gresh & Zolak program Friday morning to preview the AFC Championship and give his keys to the game.
Top 5 Strangest Post-NFL CareersSome ex-NFL players become broadcasters. These guys took their careers another way.
Lawmakers Consider Allowing Wine Shipments In Mass. Massachusetts residents could soon have wine shipped right to their door.
Bills Start 2013 Season With Even More Questions Than PatriotsGoing into Week One of the 2013 NFL season, it's business as usual in the AFC East. That means that the Patriots are still the Patriots, and the Bills will lose to them again.