4:39 AM EDT, Sun March 24, 2019
ClutchPoints 12 hours ago
Patriots owner Robert Kraft says he is ‘truly sorry’ for his actions

Patriots owner Robert Kraft says he is ‘truly sorry’ for his actions

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft released a statement in which he apologized for being charged with the solicitation of a prostitute on Saturday. “In deference to the judicial process, I have remained silent these past several weeks,” Kraft said in his first comments since being named in the Florida prostitution sting. “To correct some […] The post Patriots owner Robert Kraft says he is ‘truly sorry’ for his actions appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Houston Chronicle 12 hours ago

Patriots owner Robert Kraft issues apology after charges of soliciting prostitution

MIAMI (AP) — New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is apologizing after being charged in a Florida massage parlor prostitution investigation.
NESN.com 14 hours ago

Robert Kraft Apologizes In First Statement Since Solicitation Charges

Since Robert Kraft was charged with solicitation last month, the New England Patriots owner has stayed silent. There was a... Read More »
NESN.com 14 hours ago

Former Patriots Wide Receiver Malcolm Mitchell Announces Retirement

Knee injuries finally forced former New England Patriots wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell to hang up his cleats Friday. Mitchell announced... Read More »
Pats Pulpit 15 hours ago
Ex-Patriot Malcolm Mitchell announces his retirement

Ex-Patriot Malcolm Mitchell announces his retirement

Mitchell’s career has officially come to an end. Playing in the New England Patriots’ offense is notoriously difficult, so it naturally was encouraging to see fourth-round rookie Malcolm Mitchell turn into a key contributor in 2016: the Georgia product appeared in 16 of the Patriots’ 19 games during the team’s Super Bowl run and finished his first NFL campaign with a combined 39 catches for 476 yards and four touchdowns. His rookie season was one of the best in New England’s recent memory. Mitchell’s 16th game — Super Bowl 51 during which he caught six passes for 70 yards —...