While the Patriots have not seen the Raiders since 2008, they should be fairly familiar with a few of Oakland’s players. Here are two Raiders that will keep the Patriots on their toes Sunday afternoon.
You have to believe that when this game hit the calendar former Patriots and now-Raider Richard Seymour circled it, and made sure his team knew how important it was to him.
Paul Perillo of Patriots Football Weekly joined Felger & Massarotti to talk some Pats football. New England faces the Oakland Raiders and Richard Seymour on Sunday. Would the guys make the Seymour trade again?
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had a fresh haircut on Wednesday, but all the talk was about football.
Robert Kraft is ready to start his 18th season as Patriots owner after a tough summer.
Bert Breer talked with Toucher & Rich about what’s going on with the NFL’s labor situation.
Paula Todisco is very concerned. She says the parole board has a great deal of responsibility to keep violent people where they belong and to keep people off the streets and from hurting other people. Todisco feels like she’s the one in prison, and says it’s like there’s no justice for her family.
Raiders defensive end Richard Seymour has been ejected for an openhanded punch to Ben Roethlisberger’s face as the Steelers quarterback was celebrating a touchdown pass.
I don’t know what surprises me more: The fact that the New England Patriots traded Randy Moss to the Minnesota Vikings, or that the majority of local fans and media believe the trade is the […]
After trading a 2011 first-round pick to the Patriots to get Richard Seymour, The Oakland Raiders seem to be set on keeping the defensive standout. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, The Raiders will use their […]