Young New England Patriots fans on Saturday received a once in a life time gift – a chance to watch the team play up close at Gillette Stadium.
In Boston, we love America, and we love our sports. So here’s a look at some of our sports stars who love our country just as much as we do.
Former New England Patriot Joe Andruzzi was a part of the story as he was shown helping people moments after the bombs went off. Andruzzi called into the show on Tuesday, joining Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak to share his own story.
The Boston sports teams stepped up following the Marathon Bombings in 2013, and helped a city begin the healing process.
Bill Belichick was singing the praises of Logan Mankins again on Monday, saying he wouldn’t put anyone ahead of him when it comes to toughness.
Former Patriots guard Joe Andruzzi joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Thursday morning to discuss the third preseason game, Tom Brady and the offense and tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings and first responders rocked the Garden at a benefit concert on Thursday night.
Former New England Patriots guard and three-time Super Bowl Champion Joe Andruzzi was honored at Thursday night’s NFL Draft as a first responder to the Boston Marathon Bombings.
Wide receiver Danny Amendola has not yet taken the field in a Patriots uniform, but already, he is a part of the city of Boston.
The New England Patriots teed off on Monday, hoping to help knock out cancer.