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Roger Goodell says he plans to attend the Patriots’ season opener

3 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Roger Goodell says he intends on attending the Patriots’ season opener at Gillette Stadium. Will we get chants of “There is Roger”? That remains to be seen, but New England fans can start thinking about what reception they’ll offer the NFL commissioner this fall. “I plan to be at the kickoff game,” Goodell said, while […]

Roger Goodell Is Finally Going Back To Foxborough

3 hours agoSports : Deadspin

The last time that Roger Goodell attended a Patriots home game was New England’s 2015 AFC Championship Game victory over the Colts, which has since gone down in infamy as the fateful night that kicked off the never-ending Ballghazi scandal. A quick recap: After discovering that the Patriots may have used deflated… Read more...

Roger Goodell will return to Gillette Stadium for Patriots season opener

Roger Goodell is returning to New England. (AP) For the first time in over a year, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will take in a Patriots game at Gillette Stadium. Goodell told reporters at the owners evening in Phoenix that he plans to be at the Super Bowl Champions’ home opener, which serves as the kickoff for the NFL season. Show More Summary

Roger Goodell plans to attend the Patriots’ 2017 season opener in New England

Goodell was able to dodge the Patriots during the 2016 season, but this will mark two games in a row he’s had to attend. Roger Goodell did his best last season to avoid the New England Patriots, but that won’ the case in 2017. As the...Show More Summary

Robert Kraft said he hopes cornerback Malcolm Butler can stay with Patriots

We have a Malcolm Butler update for you — sort of. During the NFL’s annual league meetings this week in Phoenix, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft gave an update on the situation with the restricted free agent cornerback who remains in limbo. Show More Summary

Chris Long signs with Eagles

After winning the Super Bowl with the Patriots, defensive end Chris Long said that he wouldn’t be returning to New England for a second season. Long cited a desire to play a more prominent role on defense than he did down the stretch for the Patriots as the reason for moving on and we now know…

Saturday Night Live's Michael Che Stands by Calling Boston "the Most Racist City"

Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update" co-anchor Michael Che isn't backing down from his scathing words about Boston. In a segment that aired just before this year's Super Bowl showdown between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons, Che joked of the match-up, "I just want to relax, turn... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Saturday Night Live Michael Che

Dave Gettleman: Moving up eight spots in Kony Ealy trade is “gold”

The Panthers traded defensive end Kony Ealy to the Patriots this offseason in a deal that wound up bumping them up eight spots in the draft order as they added a third-round pick to get a second-round pick back from New England. For some, moving up eight spots in the draft may not seem like…

Brady's Super Bowl jerseys returned to New England Patriots

Tom Brady's stolen Super Bowl jerseys are back with the New England Patriots        

Robert Kraft thanks Mexican, American authorities for finding jerseys

Tom Brady’s Super Bowl jerseys are back in New England, and Patriots owner Robert Kraft issued a statement thanking authorities in both the United States and Mexico for tracking the stolen jerseys down. “We want to thank the FBI, the Mexican authorities and the many different local agencies that were involved in the investigation and…

NFL officials will no longer go 'under the hood' but use tablet for replay reviews instead

The NFL said that officials will no longer go watch replay reviews “under the hood,” but use sideline tablets instead. Let’s get New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick’s reaction to the news: Belichick vs the tablet pic.twitter.com/pF7AKHE5H5...Show More Summary

Patriots to visit White House on April 19, though some players have vowed to skip

The New England Patriots are slated to visit the White House on April 19 to celebrate their latest Super Bowl win, White House press secretary Sean Spicer announced Thursday. Spicer says the New England Patriots will be visiting the White House on April 19 to celebrate their freakish Super Bowl win. — Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) […]

Patriots to visit White House, President Trump on April 19

Several New England players have already said they will decline to take the trip.        

The Latest: New England Patriots invited to White House

White House press secretary Sean Spicer says the March 30 visit by Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen will fall on the eve of the 100th anniversary of Denmark formally ceding the U.S. Virgin Islands to the United States. Spicer says...Show More Summary

White House sets date for Patriots' visit, the first championship team to visit President Trump

Donald Trump talks to Tom Brady before a game in 2004. (AP) We know which date the New England Patriots will be visiting the White House, though some players won’t need to set a reminder on their calendar. White House press secretary Sean Spicer announced on Thursday that the Patriots will visit President Donald Trump in the White House on April 19. Show More Summary

Patriots scheduled to visit White House on April 19

Many of the Super Bowl champions are expected to pass on the trip to Washington, D.C. The New England Patriots are invited to the visit the White House on April 19 and celebrate the team’s victory in Super Bowl LI, White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters Thursday. Show More Summary

Gronk Helps His Bro Mojo Rawley Get Psyched Up For WrestleMania 33 (Video)

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is a huge wrestling fan. You probably knew that already because you saw that video of Gronk sitting front row at last week’s WWE Smackdown event in Connecticut. Or maybe you just assumed it. Gronk is, after all, the living, breathing embodiment of the spirit of professional wrestling. […]

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