New England Patriots
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Much like press conferences called by Belichick and Kraft, I’m calling for an impromptu Leftover Patriots Thoughts: Media Day Edition.
Former Patriots linebacker Ted Johnson broke down some Super Bowl x’s and o’s with Felger & Mazz on Radio Row.
Even Tom Brady can’t believe that Sunday will be his sixth Super Bowl.
The MMQB’s Greg Bedard stopped by the Felger & Mazz booth Tuesday afternoon on Radio Row.
The Seahawks are defending champions on an eight-game winning streak. LeGarrette Blount is not intimidated.
If Super Bowl XLIX comes down to a field goal, Stephen Gostkowski is ready.
Rob Gronkowski stole the show at Media Day, which included him reading a passage about “butt cheeks” from “A Gronking To Remember.”
At Super Bowl Media Day, Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia stopped by the Gresh & Zo show.
Patriots RB Shane Vereen caught up with Gresh & Zo at Super Bowl Media Day in Phoenix.