In just a couple of weeks, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick will be back in the huddle with two of his favorite former players.
The Patriots will be a more balanced team in 2014 than in years past, but is this wide receiver group good enough? Gresh & Zo discuss.
The Swiss Army knife that is Julian Edelman drew high praise from one Scott Zolak, who referred to him as “the new Troy Brown” for his versatility.
Adam Jones has heard the case being made in recent weeks about Bill Belichick having his best year as the Patriots head coach, and he disagrees to the maximum.
The Patriots selected Marshall wide receiver Aaron Dobson with the 59th pick, adding a rookie to Tom Brady’s new-look receiving corps for the 2013 season.
There aren’t too many places on the road Tom Brady has played and not enjoyed success, but South Florida is one of them.
With Kevin Faulk officially retiring from the NFL after a 13-year career with the Patriots, both Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and team owner Robert Kraft had plenty to say about New England’s all-time leader in all-purpose yards.
Wes Welker surpassed Troy Brown to become the Patriots’ All-Time leader in receptions with a 25-yard catch before the half against the Cardinals on Sunday.
Troy Brown was inducted into the New England Patriots Hall of Fame on Saturday, becoming just the 18th player to be voted in by the team’s fans.
Assuming he makes another catch and gains a couple of hundred more yards, will Wes Welker be remembered as a greater Patriot than Mr. Patriot himself?