Archive for the ‘New England Patriots’ Category

William Sherman Takeaways: What Position Will Patriots Rookie Play?

Tuesday, May 18th, 2021

But in ’18, he played left tackle, then moved to right tackle, and they had a grad transfer come in and play left tackle. Then he moved back to left tackle this year in ’20. So left, right, left.

Veteran wide receiver Marqise Lee lands with 49ers following Patriots release

Monday, May 17th, 2021

Recent New England Patriots wide receiver Marqise Lee has found his next roster. The San Francisco 49ers announced the addition of the veteran on a one-year deal Monday, as first reported by NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport. Lee, 29, had been released by New England in March after free agency brought the arrivals of fellow wideouts Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor.

NFL Analyst Casts Bold Mac Jones Prediction Ahead Of 2021 Season

Monday, May 17th, 2021

Mac Jones, as Bill Belichick made clear on draft night, currently resides behind Cam Newton on the Patriots’ quarterback depth chart. But come Week 1 of the 2021 season, NFL analyst Field Yates believes Jones will be under center for New England. ESPN recently tasked a handful of the network’s football minds with offering a bold prediction for an incoming rookie.

Red Wolves draw at New England

Monday, May 17th, 2021

May 17—The Chattanooga Red Wolves played the New England Revolution II to a 2-2 draw in USL League One soccer Sunday night at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Chattanooga (1-0-1), which was coming off a 1-0 win at North Texas SC, rallied from down two goals at New England (1-2-1) to earn a point in the standings, with Josue Espana providing both second-half goals, one assisted by ...

New England extends Columbus’ historic road drought

Sunday, May 16th, 2021

Adam Buksa entered in the 83rd minute and scored the winner three minutes later as the New England Revolution defeated visiting Columbus SC 1-0 on Sunday in Foxborough, Mass. The Revolution (3-1-2, 11 points) have won their first three matches at Gillette Stadium to surpass their home win total of last season (2-3-5). They last time won their first three home games in 2005 when the streak reached four games.

Patriots release first photos of Mac Jones, 2021 draft picks at rookie minicamp

Sunday, May 16th, 2021

The long, difficult process of learning the New England Patriots playbook has begun for the team's 2021 NFL Draft picks, including rookie quarterback Mac Jones.

How Robert Kraft Feels About Patriots’ QB Room With Mac Jones In Fold

Saturday, May 15th, 2021

It wasn’t long ago that Patriots owner Robert Kraft was weighing in on New England’s quarterback room headlined by Cam Newton and Jarrett Stidham. Kraft, you may recall, defended Newton’s 2020 production as he cited the lack of offensive weapons and an early-season COVID-19 diagnosis. Kraft also expressed his doubts on if Stidham ever received a fair shot at the starting job.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft on Tom Brady reunion: ‘He did so much for us’

Saturday, May 15th, 2021

While New England Patriots fans might be struggling with the fact that Tom Brady will soon return to Gillette Stadium in a different uniform, owner Robert Kraft seems to be looking forward to the reunion. Kraft told TMZ Sports on Friday that despite him moving on from the organization after 20 years, he’s still grateful for the things Brady accomplished in New England -- six rings is surely hard to forget. "We’re excited to have him," he said while out in Beverly Hills.

ESPN: Belichick ‘Bullish’ on Cam Newton; Likely to Start Until Mac Jones ‘Undeniable’

Saturday, May 15th, 2021

Appearing on Saturday's edition of SportsCenter, ESPN's Jeremy Fowler said Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is "bullish" on veteran quarterback Cam Newton despite his struggles last season. Fowler added that Newton is the favorite to earn and keep the starting job this season until Jones' on-field work becomes "undeniable." New England's first season without Tom Brady in 20 years wasn't a good one, and poor quarterback play was a big reason why.

ESPN: Belichick ‘Bullish’ on Cam Newton; Likely to Start Until Mac Jones ‘Undeniable’

Saturday, May 15th, 2021

Appearing on Saturday's edition of SportsCenter, ESPN's Jeremy Fowler said Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is "bullish" on veteran quarterback Cam Newton despite his struggles last season. Fowler added that Newton is the favorite to earn and keep the starting job this season until Jones' on-field work becomes "undeniable." New England's first season without Tom Brady in 20 years wasn't a good one, and poor quarterback play was a big reason why.