• Patriots: Bob Kraft should be inducted into the hall of fame in 2020
  • High School: Observations from the Northeast 7v7 South Regional
  • High school: Michigan continues a long standing tradition of recruiting in Massachusetts
  • Patriots: I have officially done a 180 on Rob Gronkowski coming back in 2019.
  • Boston College: Eagles getting a commitment from Ozzy Trapilo is huge! Literally and figuratively
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Patriots: Breaking down the Patriots schedule

The Patriots 2019 schedule was released on Wednesday night. Here are a few thoughts the Patriots schedule this upcoming season. 1. Opening against the Steelers makes sense in that the two teams have a rivalry but I would have preferred Cleveland or Kansas City came to town for opening night and the raising of banner number six. 2. An early season trip to Miami (Week 2) is never a good…

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Patriots: The Patriots are hoping they can revive Demaryius Thomas’ career

Add Demaryius Thomas to the list of former big name receivers who attempted to resurrect their careers in New England. From Randy Moss to Chad Ocho Cinco to Joey Galloway to Nate Washington, the Patriots have a history of acquiring wide receivers on the back end of their careers. Thomas signed a one year deal on Tuesday that could be worth up to $6 million dollars. He will be reunited…

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Patriots: Austin Sefarian Jenkins is an intriguing signing for the Patriots

The Patriots signed veteran tight end Austin Sefarian Jenkins to a one year deal today. Jenkins spent last season with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jenkins has also played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New York Jets in his career. Jenkins has dealt with injury issues throughout his career. He only played in five game for the Jaguars last season catching 11 passes for 90 yards and a touchdown. When healthy,…

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Boston College: 2019 Spring Game Recap

Image courtesy of Jonathan Watts/Boston Globe Boston College held their annual Jay McGillis Spring Football game on Saturday in Chestnut Hill. The game was the culmination of 15 spring practices. The game is usually the last two weeks of April but due to Easter being later this year, the Eagles started spring practices early and played the game earlier. Here are five observations from the game. 1. Young quarterbacks play…

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Patriots Draft: Patriots top 5 needs

We kick off our month long draft coverage by taking a look at the Patriots top five needs. The Patriots have lost some key pieces from last season’s Super Bowl team to free agency and retirement. The draft will provide them the opportunity to replenish some of what they lost. Here are the Patriots top five needs in order of importance. 1. Tight end: Replacing Rob Gronkowski is virtually impossible…

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Patriots: Schiano fiasco is just another issue in what has already been a long off season for the Patriots

The NFL Draft cannot get here fast enough. The Patriots off-season has been too long already and I am tired of it. Between Bob Kraft reportedly soliciting prostitutes in Florida, Rob Gronkowski retiring and Greg Schiano resigning, I am just about done with the Patriots. The Schiano resignation came out of left field but it is not a surprise given the fact that the Patriots routinely make news these days….

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Patriots: Rob Gronkowski’s legacy is cemented as the greatest tight end in Patriots history and NFL history

Tight end Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement late this afternoon. After putting together one of the greatest careers in NFL history, the colorful Gronkowski has decided to call it a career. What a career it was. Gronkowski caught 521 passes for 7,861 yards and 79 touchdowns during his nine seasons with the Patriots. In his prime, Gronk was one of the dominant players in NFL history thanks to his freakish…

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College Football: Bob Chesney is creating a winning culture at Holy Cross

Second year Head Coach Bob Chesney is turning the Holy Cross football program around by creating a winning culture and a big time college football atmosphere. Chesney, who came to Holy Cross from nearby Assumption College has turned the once dormant program into a relevant program that is once again on the rise. The Holy Cross administration has invested in the program in recent years with upgrades to the facilities,…

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Walt Bell, who has been hired as the new UMass football head coach, speaks during a press conference, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018 at the Martin Jacobson Football Performance Center at UMass.

UMass: 2019 Spring practice preview

UMass will kick off its first spring practice under new coach Walt Bell this afternoon at 4 pm at McGurik Stadium. There is great anticipation for the upcoming season. Bell has hired a new staff and is installing an uptempo offense and an aggressive defensive scheme. Bell is also inheriting a young team that lost a lot of talented seniors most notably. wide receiver Andy Isabella, running back Marquis Young…

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