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Cyrus Jones ‘didn't feel a part of’ the Patriots’ Super Bowl win, so he’s skipping his summer vacation to workout

Jones’ tough rookie campaign ended with a Lombardi Trophy, but that’s not good enough for him. Winning a Super Bowl in the NFL is a team effort. However, Cyrus Jones, a cornerback and punt returner for the New England Patriots doesn’t...Show More Summary

Athletes skipping White House trip is nothing new

As Patriots owner Robert Kraft pointed out last week, every New England NFL championship team has had players who skipped the traditional White House trip. As explained by Paul Newberry of the Associated Press, the phenomenon of players boycotting the ritual is hardly new. For example, former Boston Celtics great Larry Bird once skipped a…

How often have athletes snubbed the White House?

Presidents have been snubbed before, but a half-dozen players from the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots took it to another level by preemptively turning down an expected invitation from President Trump        

Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler is having his life story turned into a movie

Tom Brady isn’t going to be the only New England Patriots player to have a movie made about him. No, it’s not you, Gronk. Put your shirt back on, dude. (Even though it’s nearly 70 degrees in February throughout virtually every part of...Show More Summary

Patriots will ask Danny Amendola to take a pay cut

New England receiver Danny Amendola has agreed to restructure his contract in each of the last two offseasons, and now the Patriots hope to make it three in a row. Amendola will not be back on his current contract, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports. Under the restructured deal Amendola agreed to last offseason, Amendola gets…

The Sure Thing

The Sure Thing The New England Patriots pulled off a stunning come-from-behind victory in Super Bowl LI, and one that was truly unprecedented in American football. The post The Sure Thing was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Juror candidate in Aaron Hernandez double murder case thought Hernandez was involved in deflate-gate

Aaron Hernandez, pictured in court on Feb. 14 as jury selection began in his double murder trial. (AP) If you only casually follow the New England Patriots in the Boston area, you can get your stories mixed up. Like, thinking former New England Patriots tight end and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez was involved in deflate-gate. Show More Summary

12 Days After Winning Super Bowl, Pats WR Michael Floyd Sentenced To 120 Days In Jail

Before the epic 25-point comeback against the Atlanta Falcons to win Super Bowl 51, New England Patriots WR Michael Floyd was a member of the Arizona Cardinals and he  had gotten himself arrested for after police officers found him passed out at a traffic light. Just 12 days after winning the Super Bowl, which he did […]

‘Ok Birther Theory Guy’: Patriots Player Fires Back at Critics of His Decision to Skip White House

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New England Patriots defensive lineman Chris Long, who announced his plans to skip the team's ceremonial visit to the White House, fired back at some of his critics Thursday.

Patriots Baller Chris Long Claps Back At Critics Mad He Won’t Go To White House

Chris Long Makes Fun Of Critics Angry He Won’t Go To White House New England Patriots player Chris Long is one of several members of the Super Bowl-winning team who have announced plans to skip a visit to the White

Chris Long Goes on Rant to People Criticizing Him For Not Visiting The White House

Last Friday, New England Patriots DE Chris Long and explained why he isn’t going to the White House after the team won Super Bowl 51. “I’m just not doing it,” Long said, according to Zack Cox of NESN. “I’ve got plenty of serious political reasons that probably don’t belong on this show, but I’m just not doing […]

Chris Long ripped into people criticizing him for not going to the White House

The Patriots defensive end has been getting heat from the Twitter masses, so he fired back. Patriots defensive end Chris Long is one of the six New England players who’ve said they’ll skip a visit to the White House if President Donald Trump decides to invite the Super Bowl champions to Washington. Show More Summary

Leonard Myers Dies; Former New England Patriot Was 38

Sad news out of the sports world today, as former NFL cornerback Leonard Myers has passed away at the age of 38. Reports of Myers' passing were confirmed by TMZ just moments ago. Myers played his rookie season with the New England Patriots in 2001, the year that a young Tom Brady led the team to a Super Bowl victory over the St. Show More Summary

Take a cue from Tom Brady. Resilience on the job can pay big rewards

More than 111 million people watched the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history when the New England Patriots scored 31 unanswered points to beat the Atlanta Falcons in overtime. It would have been easy for the Patriots to give up and begin thinking about some well-deserved time off. But what we...

Super Bowl LI to Go From Small to Big Screen

Super Bowl LI was one for the ages—and also one destined for the big screen, apparently. Deadline reports an upcoming book and film will recount the New England Patriots' remarkable comeback win in overtime with a focus on quarterback Tom Brady, who's now won more Super Bowls than any...

Patriots’ Chris Long gloriously rebuts dumb criticism of his stance on Trump White House visit

It’s been about a week since Chris Long announced he would not be going to the Trump White House with his New England Patriots teammates to celebrate their Super Bowl victory, which is plenty of time for the haters to come out of the woodwork. But it also has given Long more than enough time […]

Eugenie Bouchard going on second date with bet winner

Some might consider the lucky fan getting a second date with the Canadian tennis star as miraculous as the New England Patriots' comeback victory that got him a night with Bouchard in the first place.

The Sure Thing

Submitted by Michael Lebowitz via, The Sure Thing The New England Patriots pulled off a stunning come-from-behind victory in Super Bowl LI, and one that was truly unprecedented in American football. Throughout modern NFL...Show More Summary

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