Patriots camp has just started but Bill Belichick is already in midseason form

Training camps may have just opened but Bill Belichick’s press-conference game needs no reps to get back to championship form.  Never known to suffer fools gladly, the Patriots coach has already grown tired of questions about individual players making individual plays when such things mean next to

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At age 40, Tom Brady may do what only Warren Moon has done before

On August 3 Tom Brady will turn 40, an age at which NFL quarterbacks have rarely been able to keep playing. But if Brady plays in 2017 at anywhere close to the same level he played in 2016, he’ll be the best 40-year-old quarterback the league has ever seen. So far, the list of quarterbacks who have

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Mark Schlereth: Half of Tom Brady is better than three-quarters of NFL QBs

Tom Brady may be approaching 40, but the New England Patriots QB shows no signs of slowing down. FOX SPORTS SPECIAL: Mayweather vs McGregor World Tour Today 7:30p ET 2017 MLB All-Star Game – Pregame Show Today 6:30p ET UFC Fight Flashback – McGregor vs. Diaz 2 Today 7:00p ET UFC Unleashed – Mendes vs

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Tom Brady passes to Danny Amendola and Julian Edelman in Montana

July 6 (UPI) — Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady was recently passing to his New England Patriots wide receivers on a football field built near his cabin in Big Sky, Montana. The quarterback, Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola have been documenting the bro-cation for the last few days. They’ve spent time

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Ex-Jet David Harris gets last laugh by signing with Super Bowl champs

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer Close Longtime Jets beat writer for New York Daily News Syracuse University graduate Follow on Twitter Enduring one last body blow in an offseason filled with them, the New York Jets saw one of their most beloved players, David Harris, sign with the Evil Empire on Wednesday

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NFL Network tells talent to stick to sports on social media

Sports journalists who venture into politics and other subjects on social media are often told to “stick to sports.” That’s the policy of the NFL. The NFL’s vice president of social media and emerging programming, whose name happens to be Tom Brady, told Sports Business Journal that NFL Media employees

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Agent's Take: Will Tom Brady fall victim to Patriot Way? Time not on Belichick's side

The New England Patriots appear to be in an enviable position at football’s most critical position. According to ESPN.com’s Dan Graziano, the defending Super Bowl champions have the NFL’s best quarterback situation. Tom Brady , who turns 40 in August, strengthened his case as the best NFL

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Gisele Says Tom Brady 'Had a Concussion Last Year'

Did Gisele Bundchen slip up when talking about her Super Bowl champion husband Tom Brady on Wednesday? In an interview with Charlie Rose on “CBS This Morning,” the Brazilian supermodel said that the New England Patriots quarterback “had a concussion last year. He has concussions pretty much every …”

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Gisele Bundchen Says Tom Brady Has Suffered Multiple Unreported Brain Injuries

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen, who is married to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, sat down for an interview with Charlie Rose on CBS This Morning. At one point, Rose asked Bundchen if she wants Brady to retire from football, and she told Rose that she does worry about Brady because of all the concussions he’s had.

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The Patriots Will Soon Have To Choose Between Tom Brady And Jimmy Garoppolo

Now that the draft has come and gone without a Jimmy Garoppolo trade, it’s time to wonder what the Patriots’ end game is here. Because they’re going to have one big-ass decision to make in the months ahead. Tom E. Curran of CSN New England calls what’s potentially brewing in Foxboro “a tsunami,” and he’s not…

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'I'll run this place': Aaron Hernandez's prison life reportedly included the Bloods

Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots star who was found dead in his prison cell last month, belonged to the Bloods street gang and had been disciplined for having gang paraphernalia and other incidents, documents related to the investigation into his suicide show. Hernandez was disciplined for having “STG” (Security Threat Group) paraphernalia and the Bloods were listed under his gang profile, according to documents obtained Friday by The Associated Press. Hernandez, 27, was discovered hanging from a bedsheet in his cell in the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts, early on the morning of April 19. Although his death was ruled a suicide, lawyers for his family

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Brandin Cooks: “It’s amazing” to work with Tom Brady

Patriots receiver Brandin Cooks got his career started by catching passes from future Hall of Famer Drew Brees. Cooks will now catch passes from future Hall of Famer Tom Brady. And Cooks has a simple impression of his early days of working with Brady. “It’s amazing,” Cooks told reporters on Tuesday. And then someone asked him why he thinks it’s amazing. “I think you can answer that,” Cooks said. “Yeah, I’ll let you be the judge of that. He’s just an awesome quarterback and I’m glad to have the opportunity to play with him. . . . His attention to detail and how focused he is. It’s something that I look at him and I try to strive for, to be just like that. Obviously, the game on TV, he’s amazing,

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Rival NFL evaluator says Patriots are "being smarter than everyone else"

The New England Patriots added four rookies in the 2017 NFL Draft, but they also added veterans WR Brandin Cooks, EDGE Kony Ealy, TE Dwayne Allen, RB Mike Gillislee, LB Kyle Van Noy, TE James O’Shaughnessy, and TE Michael Williams through various trades involving 2017 draft picks. While acquiring talent in such a manner isn’t sustainable in the long-term, the Patriots believed themselves to be in a strong enough position to take proven veterans, instead of adding younger rookies to the roster. ESPN interviewed various “coaches, executives and evaluators” to get an insider opinion on each franchise’s draft process- and the Patriots are lauded for their decision making. “I do understand [acquiring

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Aaron Hernandez Told His Fiancée She'd Be Rich In Suicide Note

Aaron Hernandez told an inmate shortly before his suicide that “if an inmate has an open appeal on his case and dies in prison, he is acquitted of his charge and will be deemed not guilty,” according to a document from the Massachusetts Department of Corrections that was filed in Bristol Superior Court by prospectors.

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Police Release Their Report On Aaron Hernandez's Death By Suicide

State Police have released their report on the death of Aaron Hernandez by suicide last month in a Massachusetts prison. The report confirms the ruling that the cause of death was asphyxia by hanging, ruled a suicide by the medical examiner. A toxicology report came back negative for all substances.

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