Luckily for Patriots fans, #75 will likely not be playing for another team for the rest of his NFL career.
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?
After the Hernandez arrest, Patriots fans got the sense the team would have a different approach in courting new players. And now that the owner has said “no” to Kenny Britt, does this mean they’ve changed for good?
The Patriots are in a very tricky situation with Vince Wilfork and it’s apparent there’s no “win-win” outcome in sight.
New England head coach Bill Belichick was asked about the “contentious” situation around Wilfork at Tuesday’s AFC head coaches breakfast in Orlando, Florida, but offered little to reporters.
John Elway and the Denver Broncos are spending money like drunken sailors, but will it come back to bite them? No, no it won’t. Because the cap is crap.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak took the team to task Wednesday afternoon for the way in which they approach free agency, specifically that initial offer.
Greg Bedard of Sports Illustrated’s TheMMQB.com joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich Wednesday morning to discuss what’s next for the Patriots in free agency.
Albert Breer of the NFL Network doesn’t see Darrelle Revis coming to the Patriots because A.) He is and has always been about the money B.) The Patriots are about the money too.
Dan Shaughnessy doesn’t care about ‘nailing the market’ whereas Andy Gresh does – he doesn’t want the Patriots to end up like the Cowboys or the Lions.