Tension? What tension? James Harrison, who spent a month in New England last year, said he believes all the stories about a rift between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick is fake news. “All these stories that come out of all this friction and stuff, I honestly believe that it is made up,” Harrison said on [more]
Eagles backup QB Nick Foles is No. 1 in jersey and other officially licensed merchandise sales - beating out Tom Brady, the same QB he topped in Super Bowl 52 - according to figures released by the NFL Players Association.
This camp marks the first time in almost two decades that the Patriots come into it with someone other than Matt Light or Nate Solder as the left tackle for Tom Brady, who's soon to be 41. Should we be worried?
One week before the New England Patriots report to Gillette Stadium for the start of training camp, tension reportedly still exists between quarterback Tom Brady, head coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft. "According to multiple sources, nothing has been hashed out between the three of them, at least at this time. That could certainly change as they come off vacation and ready for the season. But sources say the more likely scenario is that things are worked out slowly during camp—or not at all. "Belichick continues to be irritated that Kraft has increasingly interjected himself into areas that were largely Belichick's domain during his tenure with the Patriots. That includes the owner's
On Barstool Sports' Comeback SZN Podcast with Kayce Smith, Danny Amendola -- who admits to 'mixed feelings' about how business is done in Foxboro -- gives a fascinating glimpse behind the Patriots' iron curtain.
TEAM TALK Erik Scalavino's position snapshot: Quarterbacks. “In his ongoing battle versus Father Time, Tom Brady continues to emerge victorious by virtue of his elite level of performance.” Andy Hart picks 8 great Patriots heading into '18. /First three are automatic... Patriots - Rob Gronkowski spent his Tuesday bowling with kids from One Mission's MVP program. Training Camp Countdown: Quarterbacks: Meredith Gorman breaks down which quarterbacks she thinks could make the cut this season. (1 min. video) Patriots - 5 Offseason headlines. (1 min. video) LOCAL LINKS Nick O'Malley breaks down the 2018 roster, complete with longshots, locks, and players on the bubble. Mike Reiss continues his roster
Ray Lewis loves to hate Tom Brady. Lewis also seems to respect Brady. Put them together, and you can understand why Lewis embraced the opportunity to face and beat Brady. The former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and soon-to-be Hall of Famer shared which quarterbacks he loved to face most: Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. A pretty good group. Lewis was 1-6 against the Patriots in the regular season but 2-1 against them in the postseason. He recorded one sack on Brady, which came in the Ravens' 33-14 win over the Patriots after the 2009 season in the wild card round. It's not the first time Lewis has touted Brady's abilities. “It's a chess match because he understands every coverage, he understands
When Tony Romo revealed his prediction for Super Bowl LIII last week, he very noticeably left the Patriots out of the game and we only say "very noticeably" because Tom Brady definitely noticed that his team got the squeeze, despite playing in three of the past four Super Bowls. If you somehow missed Romo's Super Bowl pick, the former Cowboys quarterback doesn't see the 2018 season ending with Brady playing in the NFL's biggest game. Instead, Romo's early prediction is that the Packers and Jaguars will be playing each other in Atlanta on Feb. 3, 2019. As fate would have it, Romo will actually be calling that game with Jim Nantz on CBS. So how does Brady feel about Romo's pick? As with all things
The sexual abuse survivors who spoke out against USA gymnastics and Michigan State coach Larry Nassar winning the Arthur Ashe Courage Awards created the most emotionally charged moment of the night. While millions of viewers watched the 2018 ESPYS live on ABC, TheWrap was inside the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The Arthur Ashe Courage Award is usually presented in the middle of the show but ESPN producers wisely moved it to the end of the night, knowing the importance of the 150 sexual abuse survivors taking to the stage together.