Tom Brady still has some good years left in him, but the process to find the next franchise quarterback is already underway.
Eventually the Patriots will need to address the end of the Tom Brady era and transition into another . . . but is that process already underway?
NFL teams are allowed 30 pre-draft visits with college prospects, and the New England Patriots will be using two of them Wednesday on quarterbacks Teddy Bridgewater and Johnny Manziel.
The man responsible for protecting Tom Brady up the middle will be tasked with that assignment for at least another two years.
Luckily for Patriots fans, #75 will likely not be playing for another team for the rest of his NFL career.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Wilfork and the Patriots restructured his contract.
If the Patriots have been able to sustain such a model of success and stability for two decades, why hasn’t that translated to the Krafts other franchise?
Could the Patriots be converting another promising young cornerback to safety?
There has been an outpouring of support from the Boston sports community after two firefighters were killed in a 9-alarm fire in the Back Bay.
With Mike Flynn filling in for Gresh, Scott Zolak and Flynn review the proposals being pitched down in Orlando and suggest what they would change about the league.