One day after the legal tampering window opened up in the 2020 NFL Free Agency period, newly-unrestricted free agent Tom Brady took to Instagram with a lengthy message for Patriots Nation, thanking them for the past 20 years of his career.
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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.
Sure, the ratings war continues, and the competition rages on. But, those “soldiers” battling it out on the microphone have switched gears, embracing each other in different ways over the last seven months.
Why has it become so hard for the NFL to get its players to play in the Pro Bowl when it’s time for kickoff down in Orlando? More importantly, what can they do to fix that?
2020 is less than two weeks old, but the Patriots have already entered into uncharted territory when it comes to numerous different elements of their franchise.
After a grueling 17 weeks across the NFL, it’s officially time: the 2019 playoffs have officially arrived.
While the end of 2019 may seem like a stopping point for both the year and decade, it truly serves as a time to reflect on the start of something fresh: a new era in each of the Big Four leagues.
While the laundry list of names that filled the league’s centennial team made sense in most cases, there were a few head-scratching additions and many large-scale omissions in the eyes of many.
While some fans are looking to find the perfect gift from Santa under their tree, NFL teams are hoping for a few non-material gifts to fall into their lap ahead of the playoffs: a playoff spot, a high draft pick, a first-round bye.
Put the future NFL Hall of Famer in a studio in New Jersey alongside Rich Eisen and Cris Collinsworth with the responsibility of analyzing the NFL 100 All-Time Team, and you have yourself a real treat for any football fan to enjoy.
While many have experienced Thanksgiving Day games from the comfort of their couches on their big-screen TVs, others have watched those games land on their team’s schedule as a player in the league, spending their holiday on the field with the country’s eyes focused on them.