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Pats Pulpit Jun 25, 2016
As we progress through the off-season, one of the main storylines for the Patriots could be who becomes the team's "true" #2 wide receiver behind Julian Edelman? Will it be the elder statesman Danny Amendola or the new kid on the block Chris Hogan? Last season, one of the biggest issues that the Patriots dealt with was injuries. And when the injuries started piling on, the team's weak wide receiver depth was exposed. When Julian Edelman went down with a foot injury last season that required him to miss several games, Danny Amendola was the "de-facto" #1 wide receiver. But when Danny...
Patriots receiver Julian Edelman and running back Dion Lewis visited Mass. General Hospital on Wednesday to visit patients and take part in some of
Tim Welsh on whether the Celtics should trade the No. 3 pick for Jahlil Okafor, or Nerlens Noel
The Los Angeles Kings were interested in retaining his services, but it seems that the two ultimately couldn’t agree to terms, perhaps due in large part to the Kings’ tricky cap situation.
Kevin OConnor on Jaylen Brown, a possibility for the Celtics at No. 3 overall
Well, now I know what I’m doing this weekend. New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman is known for his love of the hamburger. He hosts his own YouTube show called Burgertyme and acknowledges his never-ending hunt for the perfect burger. Edelman dedicates “20 hours, six days a week” to football, according to a recent interview with Bloomberg, but understands that “you need to get away and enjoy life so you appreciate what you worked for.” In his downtime, Edelman likes to skateboard around with teammate Danny Amendola and find a burger to eat. “We’ll start on...
The Patriots newest guard is fighting for a starting role and to change his career. The New England Patriots interior line has been the downfall of the offense for the better part of the past decade. As the interior plays, so goes the rest of the offense. We can point to how the Giants dismantled the Patriots offense with their patented NASCAR packages with four defensive ends, and how current Patriot, but then-Bronco, defensive tackle Terrance Knighton disemboweled Logan Mankins and the interior line in 2013. We could see how the the offense solidified in 2014 after inserting Bryan Stork...
Read Ebner’s interview with SiriusXM NFL radio about his Olympic pursuits, and the Patriots support. New England Patriots special teams player Nate Ebner joined SiriusXM NFL radio to discuss his pursuit of fulfilling his Olympic dream and how the Patriots have supported his decision as an organization. Ebner was the Patriots 6th round pick in 2012 and he signed a two-year contract this offseason to stick with the Patriots. New England has focused on bolstering their special teams with replacement options if Ebner is not ready to play the season opener, while ESPN’s Mike Reiss has...
Find out where the Patriots players rank in fantasy football heading into the 2016 season. ESPN’s Matthew Berry has started to provide his Fantasy Football thoughts for the 2016 season and there are some interesting rankings. Berry currently has New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady ranked 5th at the position, behind Panthers QB Cam Newton, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, Colts QB Andrew Luck, and Seahawks QB Russell Wilson. Brady’s suspension likely factors into this ranking. “For the third straight season, Tom Brady's aDOT (average depth of target) dropped,” Berry states....
The Patriots quarterback is the best decision maker in the league! New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is one of the best quarterbacks of all time at protecting the football. He ranks 2nd in NFL history in interception rate, behind only Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, while his era-adjusted interception rate is one of the 10 best in football history. Brady led the NFL in interception rate this past season at 1.12%, the 9th best mark in NFL history. Brady’s 2015 season trailed his miraculous 2010 season with 4 interceptions to become the second best mark in Brady’s career. His...
Pats Pulpit Jun 16, 2016
The Patriots have one of the best offenses in the NFL! The month of random rankings is fully underway and ESPN’s Bill Barnwell decided to evaluate the top offensive trios in the NFL. What is the method? Barnwell takes the quarterback of each team and the top two offensive skill players and compares them to their counterparts around the league. Barnwell gives himself some leeway to downgrade trios when it comes to injury risk- such as with the Chiefs and RB Jamaal Charles. The New England Patriots feature highly in these rankings, with quarterback Tom Brady, wide receiver Julian Edelman,...
Baltimore Beatdown Jun 11, 2016
The former enemy comes to camp as a friend The Ravens drafted Michael Campanaro with the intention of being their own version of Julian Edelman. But Edelman's predecessor in New England is the one who came to give the Ravens slot receivers a helping hand in camp. Former NFL slot receiver Wes Welker came to Ravens minicamp on Thursday and Friday to serve as a guest coach for the team. Coach John Harbaugh reached out to Welker, who is taking steps to become a coach despite the fact that he has not officially announced retirement. Welker had quite the career over the last 12 seasons, catching...
CSN New England Jun 10, 2016
Mike Giardi and Tom E. Curran were impressed by rookie Cyrus Jones at Patriots minicamp and discuss the wide receiver position without Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola.
Pats Pulpit Jun 10, 2016
Julian Edelman and Wes Welker are two of the most productive slot receivers Tom Brady has ever had – does Welker’s career tell us what we might expect from Edelman? Wes Welker, man. It already seems like forever ago that he packed his bags for Denver after getting lowballed by the Patriots in 2013. And then, just a couple years after getting boat-raced in the Super Bowl, it looks like Welker may be hanging up the spikes for good. Sports Illustrated, Comcast Sports Net New England’s Tom Curran, PatsCap’s Miguel Benzan, and our own Rich Hill have pointed out that over the next...
CSN New England Jun 8, 2016
FOXBORO -- Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola may be missing mini-camp practices as they recover from offseason surgeries, but behind the scenes theyre doing what
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