Luckily for Patriots fans, #75 will likely not be playing for another team for the rest of his NFL career.
The Patriots are reportedly interested in acquiring DeSean Jackson, but Rich Shertenlieb is not only concerned about his price tag, but about his diva attitude as well.
Two months have passed since the AFC Championship and it’s looking like an all out arm’s race between the Patriots and Broncos to make the Super Bowl, but who’s had the better offseason?
Greg Bedard of Sports Illustrated’s TheMMQB.com joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Felger & Massarotti program Monday afternoon to discuss the moves the Patriots have made so far in free agency and what’s left to do at this juncture.
The details of the Brandon Browner contract became public on Monday, and it offers the Patriots a lot of protection against a player with multiple failed drug tests.
Talib signs with Denver. Tampa releases Revis, who signs with the Patriots mere hours later. Was this the grand design all along?
In order to sign the types of free agents they need to sign in order to get where they want to get, they’ll need Vince Wilfork and his $11 million cap hit to “play ball” so to speak.
It took a little bit but the Patriots got what they wanted: A strong, durable corner to lock down half of the field.
John Elway and the Denver Broncos are spending money like drunken sailors, but will it come back to bite them? No, no it won’t. Because the cap is crap.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak took the team to task Wednesday afternoon for the way in which they approach free agency, specifically that initial offer.