BOSTON (CBS) — The Patriots Hall of Fame finalists are out, and now it’s up to the fans to determine who will be enshrined in Foxboro. 657 more words
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The 2014 Patriots Hall of Fame finalists represent three eras of New England football.
Cornerbacks Ty Law and Raymond Clayborn and head coach Bill Parcells have been selected as finalists for the Patriots Hall of Fame. 226 more words
The New England Patriots like to plan ahead, so their interest in selecting a quarterback in the 2014 NFL draft shouldn’t come as a major surprise. 629 more words
The New England Patriots have done their homework on Michael Sam.
The Patriots are among six teams that have shown the most interest in the first openly gay NFL draft prospect, along with the Baltimore Ravens, Atlanta Falcons, Indianapolis Colts, Cleveland Browns and New York Jets, league sources told The Baltimore Sun’s Aaron Wilson. 97 more words
Eleven years ago, the 49ers drafted a receiver who would become one of the great NFL enigmas of the decade.
Underachieving for most of his career, difficult for some to deal with throughout it, receiver Brandon Lloyd nevertheless has talent. 419 more words
Former New England Patriots tight end and current resident of the Bristol County jail Aaron Hernandez seems to be adjusting well to a future life behind bars. 109 more words