Patriots safety Patrick Chung admitted that playing with “swag” isn’t the most important thing a defense can do. Still, when talking with Toucher & Rich on Tuesday morning, he admitted it doesn’t hurt to have some.
New England Patriots guard Dan Connolly and six other players are listed as “questionable” for Sunday’s Gillette Stadium opener against the Arizona Cardinals.
Patriots safety Patrick Chung spoke with 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich about the win over the Titans, the upcoming game against the Cardinals and the addition of rookie Tavon Wilson.
While New England’s duo of rookie defenders are the talk of the town Monday morning, as a whole, the Patriots defense played very well in Sunday’s season-opening 34-13 win over the Titans.
It’s starting to look like Wes Welker is going to be a no-show for the Patriots third preseason game on Friday night in Tampa against the Buccaneers.
The much criticized Patriots defense of 2011 is an afterthought to the group that now takes the field preparing for 2012.
New England Patriots saftey, Patrick Chung, talks to Gresh and Hardy live from training camp.
Gresh and Mike Flynn talk Patriots from Gillette Stadium for Patriots training camp.
Entering his fourth season with the Patriots, safety Patrick Chung is now an elder in the New England defensive backfield.
With Patriots training camp set to open on July 26, CBSBostonSports.com will break down the outlook for every position on the roster. Today’s breakdown is on the safeties.