After Stevan Ridley watched yet another football come out of his grasp on Sunday against the Denver Broncos, the 24-year-old turned to a former Patriot who was among the best at holding onto the ball.
Hundreds of fans showed up at Gillette Stadium on Saturday for a day of special events the day before the Patriots compete in the AFC Championship.
Former Patriots running back Kevin Faulk and left tackle Matt Light will be back on the field for Sunday’s AFC Championship game, trying to will New England to a victory.
The New England Patriots are giving fans a chance to celebrate Kevin Faulk’s amazing career with the team.
With Kevin Faulk officially retiring from the NFL after a 13-year career with the Patriots, both Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and team owner Robert Kraft had plenty to say about New England’s all-time leader in all-purpose yards.
Following his retirement ceremony, Kevin Faulk joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh and Zolak to reflect on some of his best memories throughout his career.
Patriots running back Kevin Faulk will retire on Tuesday, and as teammates remember, was “second to none” when it came to his locker room leadership.
Kevin Faulk will officially announce his retirement on Tuesday.
Kevin Faulk is unemployed as of right now, but the 36-year-old running back is preparing for another season of football.
Kevin Faulk is frustrated that he has yet to hear from the New England Patriots, but understands how the team handles business and doesn’t want to suit up for any other team.