After the critical acclaim that “The Last Dance” received in 2020, ESPN will hope for similar success with “Man in the Arena: Tom Brady.”
After more than a decade with the Patriots that included three Super Bowl wins, Julian Edelman’s time in the NFL has come to an end.
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.
Like other analysts and reporters across a multitude of sports networks, Curt Menefee’s work didn’t stop when the virus sent non-essential workers home.
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.
‘My football journey will take place elsewhere’: Tom Brady officially announces departure from Patriots
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.
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.
‘I still have more to prove’: The game being played off the field between Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft
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.