It’s not every day that a Hall of Fame cornerback jumps ship from the Patriots to the Jets. It’s actually about once per decade.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane and revisit New England’s first seven Super Bowl appearances.
Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes took to the keyboard (or perhaps to a smartphone) to rain on the Patriots’ parade following their 45-7 win over the Colts.
The Patrtiots will play in their 11th AFC Championship game in franchise history on Sunday, and will welcome a few all-time greats back to help kick off the fun.
Ty Law and Junior Seau are both in their first year of eligibility.
While Sunday night’s Patriots-Broncos game will be the latest chapter in the historic Tom Brady-Peyton Manning rivalry, it will also feature a very special reunion at halftime
Patriots owner Robert Kraft kept a promise to Ty Law for Thursday Night Football.
There was already one big party at Gillette Stadium for Ty Law this year, but the three-time Super Bowl champ deserves another.
Thousands of fans pooled into Patriots Place in Foxboro on Friday, as Ty Law was inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame.
Former Patriots greats Rodney Harrison and Ty Law stopped by CBS Scene to chat with Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak.