After more than a decade with the team that included three Super Bowl wins, former New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman’s time in the NFL has come to an end.
There’s still a long to-do list to work through if the Patriots wants to return to the top of the AFC East in 2021.
Cam Newton labeled the feeling that comes with playing for the Patriots as “an aura,” but fans know it as something else: the “Patriot Way.”
For Jonathan Jones, the “Do Your Job” approach has become twofold: his spot in the Patriots defense, and his role with the Jonathan Jones Next Step Foundation.
Patriots fans are now forced to reminisce about Brady’s achievements with a bittersweet taste left in their mouths, looking back at a dynasty that may have seen its end with the six-time Super Bowl champion’s departure.
What does someone do while the iron’s hot? They strike. Enter high-profile athletes, looking for a lasting legacy that will keep their name in the conversation when the time comes for them to retire from the sport they love.
Will Tom Brady return to the Patriots for his 21st season in the league? Or, will he start a new journey elsewhere as a 43-year-old quarterback?
What if five of the Patriots’ Lombardi trophies were to suddenly disappear, leaving just one Super Bowl win for fans in New England to enjoy and reminisce about?
The whole story sounds like the plot of a movie, so it’s only fitting that the folks over at FOX Sports and NFL Films, in conjunction with Religion of Sports, would put together an incredible, hourlong documentary to highlight it all.
Rest in peace, Kobe Bryant: Basketball world reacts as news breaks of NBA legend’s death in helicopter crash
As confirmation came down about Kobe Bryant’s death, fans were left devastated as the realization began that one of the league’s all-time greats had passed.
Brady’s Bunch: A compilation of what Tom Brady thinks about each member of the 2019 Patriots offense
How does the Patriots quarterback feel about each member of his offense? Who does he trust the most, and can we sense any trends?
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To the victor go the spoils, and when you’re Spencer Strasmore, it looks like you get those spoils all across the board at a rapid pace.
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What if I told you that the league’s best wide receiver could get himself shipped out of three different cities in less than a year? What if I told you … Continue Reading Out of Business: The full timeline of Antonio Brown’s 11-day tenure with the Patriots