Tom Brady’s Super Bowl jerseys are back where they belong — in the hands of the Patriots. Patriots owner Robert Kraft put out a statement thanking the FBI for getting the jerseys back after they were stolen following Super Bowl XLIX and Super Bowl LI.
Remember back in 2015 when Jamie Collins jumped over the line or scrimmage to block an extra point against the Colts? If not, what about this past year when Shea McClellin leaped over the line to block a kick against the Ravens? read more
The Patriots officially will be the first sports team to visit Donald Trump at the White House. White House press secretary Sean Spicer announced the president will welcome the team to White House on April 19.
Maybe there was actually something to the rumors of Darrelle Revis returning to the Patriots last weekend. read more
There are a number of big school pro days on Thursday, so the Patriots coaching staff was out in full force. Bill Belichick himself was at Ohio State, catching up with good friend Urban Meyer, as well as Greg Schiano, who is also on staff. Joining Belichick was his son Steve, the Patriots’ safeties
On Wednesday, it was learned the NFL is cracking down again on celebrations and to help with this will show proper ways to celebrate in videos shown to NFL teams during training camp. This will be included in the video that goes over new rule changes for the upcoming season.
FORT MYERS, Fla. — There was plenty to read into when digesting the plans for the Red Sox Thursday. First, the fact that Rick Porcello was pitching to Sandy Leon in a minor-league game on the back field at JetBlue Park was no coincidence.
The NFL will change the way it reviews plays this season. Instead of having the referee go off the field and look under the hood at replays, the referee will now get handed a tablet on the field where they can review the play with the assistance of a command center in New York.
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FORT MYERS, Fla. — For the last four weeks, Xander Bogaerts’ communication with his Red Sox teammates and coaches consisted of sporadic text messages to Brock Holt, assistant hitting coach Victor Rodriguez and third base coach Brian Butterfield.