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The Patriots Made Roster Moves The Day Before Their White House Visit

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The Patriots were vey active on Tuesday. They signed former Bills running back Mike Gillislee to an offer sheet, restructured Danny Amendola’s contract, signed the Super Bowl 51 hero James White to a three year contract extension, and had the Super Bowl 49 hero Malcolm Butler sign his restricted-free-agent tender. 462 more words

NFL Offseason Winners

By Evan Biancardi

It’s been a busy offseason so far, and with just a few weeks left before the NFL Draft, let’s recap what we’ve seen so far, determine which teams have improved their chances of making a run and determine which have diminished their odds of playing into January. 481 more words


Marshawn Lynch Reportedly Open To Playing For Patriots

BOSTON (CBS) — Marshawn Lynch wants to make a comeback this offseason, and while it appears his hometown Oakland Raiders are the most likely landing spot, another team is reportedly on his wish list. 321 more words


The Giants Would Be Stupid To Sign Mangold!!

In the latest addition of the Giants signing former Jets players, there have been rumors swirling that the Giants want to sign Nick Mangold. All I have to say is go ahead! 136 more words


Signing McCown Makes Zero Sense For The Jets!!!

I am officially done with the New York Jets after it was announced they signed Josh McCown!!! This signing makes no sense for the Jets that are constantly in a rebuilding phase, but they continue to sign old washed up QB’s.  239 more words


Adrian Peterson Could Land In Houston

Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Minnesota Vikings confirmed Thursday that they will not be resigning running back Adrian Peterson. Minnesota General Manager Rick Spielman declined to exercise the option in Peterson’s contract for this coming season and recently signed former Oakland Raiders rusher Latavius Murray. 240 more words


Dear Bill Belichick: Keep Malcolm Butler, And Win The Whole Damn Thing

By Adam Kaufman, WBZ NewsRadio 1030

BOSTON (CBS) — Is Malcolm Butler the difference between the Patriots taking the field at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis February 4 and celebrating under another avalanche of confetti after a second straight Super Bowl win and third and four years? 1,505 more words