Just like Jackie Robinson broke down the color barrier in the MLB in 1947, Michael Sam is poised to break the NFL’s sexuality barrier in 2014.
Robert Kraft said his team is interested only in winning, and the Patriots would be a welcome environment for any gay player.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft wants Gillette Stadium to be the next cold weather stadium to host an outdoor Super Bowl. Governor Deval Patrick is on board, newly appointed Boston mayor Marty Walsh is intrigued and Ben Volin of the Boston Globe says the idea isn’t all that crazy.
Now that the first New York/New Jersey Super Bowl was a smashing success for everyone except the Denver Broncos and their fans, NFL owners in other cold-weather cities are sure to be lining up to try to bring the Big Game to their stadiums.
The Felger and Massarotti show from Thursday, January 31.
Former Patriots safety Lawyer Milloy joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Felger & Mazz on Radio Row on Friday, reflecting on how his Patriots career came to an end and how it helped him understand the NFL.
Felger & Mazz welcomed a special guest on Friday afternoon on Radio Row in New York, as Patriots owner Robert Kraft stopped by to discuss a number of topics regarding the team and the league.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft was on CBS This Morning on Friday, and though he has a few friends on both sides, says it’s hard to root for anybody on the Super Bowl.
Dante Scarnecchia, the longest-tenured NFL coach, is retiring.
The Patriots need offensive weapons, but a good portion of their money is already tied up — with Aaron Hernandez.