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Tedy Bruschi: Always Feels Good To Beat Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys historically are one of the top franchises in the NFL, so it’s hard to see any opponent overlooking them. However, the 2015 Cowboys have lost two in a row after quarterback Tony Romo suffered a fractured clavicle. Dallas is also without top wideout Dez Bryant and running back Lance Dunbar, who is out for the season after tearing his ACL and MCL. So if there...
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Former Patriot LB Tedy Bruschi critical of ESPN

Since he retired from the NFL, former New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi has been one of the many studio analysts working for ESPN. However, with the way he’s speaking about the NFL, Deflategate and even his employer, that might not be the case for much longer. Speaking on Boston’s WEEI this week, Bruschi discussed the cheating accusations against the Patriots and the...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Tedy Bruschi to Patriots fans: 'Refuse to be brainwashed'

Tedy Bruschi isn’t buying into the cheating accusations. You shouldn’t, either, according to the former New England Patriots linebacker and current ESPN analyst. Two reports released Tuesday (again) paint the Patriots in a negative light. The reports — both of which reflect a widespread distrust of the Pats — cite unnamed sources and make damning allegations, which Bruschi...
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Tedy Bruschi To Serve As Patriots’ Honorary Captain For Super Bowl XLIX

This embed is invalid" /> Tedy Bruschi was a member of all three New England Patriots Super Bowl championship teams. The Pats are hoping some of that magic rubs of on their current squad Sunday. The team announced Saturday that Bruschi will serve as the Patriots’ honorary captain for their Super Bowl XLIX matchup with the Seattle Seahawks. 3-time Super Bowl...
January 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Tedy Bruschi: Patriots Showed NFL They Aren’t ‘A Bunch Of Pretty Boys’

The New England Patriots didn’t simply beat the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night. They also made a statement to the entire NFL. Or at least that’s what former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi said Monday during his weekly chat for ESPN Boston. “A lot of times in football, it’s about sending messages,” Bruschi said. “The message the New England Patriots sent on prime...
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Tedy Bruschi: Goodell has to go

At some point the backlash directed at commissioner Roger Goodell may be too much and he’ll have to go the way of Tricky Dick Nixon. This is to say, NFL’s head honcho might be in the earliest stages of having to call it quits. Former New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi, who is among the most popular retired players around the league, indicated on ESPN that it’s time...
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September 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Tedy Bruschi exemplifies Boston Strong

Marathon Monday is only five days away in Boston. While the Boston Marathon has been a local tradition since 1897 – making it the world’s oldest annual marathon – this year will be different. It will mark the one year anniversary of the devastating tragedy that occurred at last year’s event, when two bombs were set off at the finish line. The bombings took the lives of Krystle...
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April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Tedy Bruschi: New England’s best inside linebacker ever?

The New England Patriots face an off-season with a need to find depth at inside linebacker after the departure of Brandon Spikes in free agency. One avenue to explore is the NFL Draft to find another player to handle the inside (or Mike) linebacker position in the base 4-3 defense going forward. That leads to the question: who was the best New England Patriots draft pick ever at...
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April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Tedy Bruschi inducted into college football Hall of Fame

In annual ceremonies on Tuesday, former Arizona defensive standout Tedy Bruschi was inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame at New York Citys Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Its an honor to be here, Bruschi said in a press conference Tuesday morning. I thank of all my teammates being here, so many guys that helped me rush the passer because thats basically all...
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December 10, 2013  |  Discuss

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