The tight end is a candidate to make the second-year jump.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady loses to Alex Ovechkin for Male Athlete of Year, but still takes home ESPY
by: ryan.hannable — WEEI: It Is What It Is 32m
For the first time in a few years, the Patriots didn't have that big of a night at the ESPYs, which were held Wednesday night.
by: Tanya Ray Fox — USA Today: Patriots Wire 40m
After years of undergoing random testing by the NFL, Julian Edelman produced a positive result for an unknown substance that violated the league’s policy on performance enhancing drugs. He ha…
by: Sam Minton — Fansided: Chowder and Champions 1h
Darrelle Revis didn't spend a ton of time with the New England Patriots, but he had a big impact and helped them win a Super Bowl. Former New England Patri...
by: Nick Ziegler — Fansided: Musket Fire 2h
ESPN recently released their future power rankings for the next three seasons. Where did the New England Patriots land? For nearly the last two decades the...
Patriots relying on pass-rush boost from Adrian Clayborn, Derek Rivers - New England Patriots Blog- ESPN
by: Mike Reiss — ESPN Boston: Patriots Blog 3h
Derek Flowers had 6.5 sacks last season to lead a Patriots team that is hoping for production from free-agent signee Adrian Clayborn.
by: Anonymous — Boston Herald 5h
The Patriots defense didn’t exactly shine when it came to covering running backs last season.The Philadelphia Eagles, in one of the more glaring examples, exploited that problem area during Super Bowl LII, as running back Corey Clement caught four passes.
254: Wes Welker, Rob Ninkovich & Sebastian Vollmer | Adjusting to Life After Football | Thoughts on the 2018 New England Patriots | CLNS Media
by: Mike Alongi — CLNS 48m
Trags welcomes in three special guests to the podcast this week, as former Patriots Wes Welker, Rob Ninkovich and Sebastian Vollmer take some time at the Leonard Hair Transplant Associates "Young Fight Strong" event at Lifespan Cancer Institute in...
by: NBC Sports Boston Report — NBC Sports Boston 10h
Will Patriots owner Robert Kraft soon match Red Sox principal owner John Henry by investing in a European soccer team of his own?
by: Mark Daniels — Providence Journal 12h
BOSTON — Between player departures, retirement and injuries, the Patriots' front seven lost multiple players last season. When the 2017 season started, the Pats were already without Rob Ninkovich, Chris Long and Jabaal Sheard. Then, injuries took away...
by: Lauren Campbell — NESN 12h
Rob Ninkovich understands what Julian Edelman is going through. The former New England Patriots linebacker was suspended the first four games of the 2016 season for using performance-enhancing drug…
by: Sports Illustrated — Yahoo Sports 13h
Darrelle Revis announced his retirement after playing for 11 NFL seasons.