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New England Patriots: Five Seattle players to watch for in the Super Bowl

This Sunday, the New England Patriots will play the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona. The odd makers have marked this as one of the closest games in Super Bowl history, one in which there really isn’t a clear cut favorite. Which makes sense as both teams are 12-4 and have dominated their respective conferences. The New England Patriots have beat some very...
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Tom Brady admits he has a cold

Yes. New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady’s cold is the talk of the day on social media. BREAKING: Tom Brady has a cold. — Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) January 28, 2015   Tom Brady says he is battling a cold. His kids and wife were sick and he brought it to Phoenix. Says he will be 100 percent for game. — Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) January 28, 2015...
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Super Bowl XLIX: Profiling the Quarterbacks

The last two quarterbacks to beat their competition in the conference playoff games and earn the coveted chance to play in Super Bowl XLIX are New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady and Seattle Sehawks’ quarterback Russell Wilson. Both quarterbacks, who vary vastly in age and experience, possess completely different styles, which then helps show us how their offenses succeed...
Via Sportsnaut
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

Tom Brady looks like he combed his hair with caramel apple at SB Media Day (pic)

Tom Brady arguably is on the forefront when it come to NFL players with the greatest sense of style. Being married to an über-supermodel certainly doesn’t hurt his prospects at being identified as one of football’s “beautiful people” and top-notch “fashionisto.” But it certainly seems like the New England Patriots quarterback takes his public image...Read More The post...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
1 day ago  |  Discuss

One of Tom Brady's ‘treats’ is avocado ice cream

The biggest storyline emerging from a lengthy profile of Tom Brady in The New York Times Magazine by self-professed New England Patriots fan Mark Leibovich revolves around Brady’s father saying he believes his son’s time with the Patriots “will end badly.” Entitled, “Tom Brady Can’t Stop,” the writeup also features several other interesting stories, assorted...Read...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Tom Brady once got locked in a high school locker

Tom Brady has it all now, and he had it all back in high school, too. Emily Kaplan of MMQB.com caught up with high school and college coaches of many of the NFL stars preparing to suit up for Super Bowl XLIX and asked them to share something about these guys from their younger days. Tom McKenzie, the New England Patriots quarterback’s coach at Junipero Serra High in California...
Via NESN.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Brady's dad: QB's relationship with Pats 'will end badly'

  New England Patriots fans know that there’ll be a day when Tom Brady isn’t the team’s quarterback, but when and how he’ll go isn’t something that people think about often.   With the careers of former Patriots stars like Randy Moss in mind, Mark Leibovich tried to tackle this question in a New York Times Magazine profile of the quarterback. Leibovich asked...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Brady: 'My feelings got hurt' in Deflategate controversy

Tom Brady might have it all — dream job, dream wife, oodles and oodles of money — but he’s a human being just like everyone else.   That means the New England Patriots quarterback gets sad from time to time, and that apparently was the case this past week. Brady was at the center of the seemingly never-ending saga that is DeflateGate, and No. 12 took it hard. Brady discussed...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

What if the Patriots inflated their footballs in a sauna?

Tired of DeflateGate? Get used to it. It’s moving in, dirtying up your dishes and emptying out your pantry. Oh, and good news: It hasn’t told you when it’s leaving. The NFL’s statement on its investigation into the New England Patriots’ under-flated footballs wasn’t particularly revelatory, but it did hint that the process could take a long time. The NFL has plenty...
Via NESN.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Could the NFL be covering for its officials with Deflategate?

Does anyone really trust the NFL? Before I get accused of being a New England Patriots homer, let’s make one thing clear — I’m not saying the Pats are innocent. It is not out of the realm of possibility that Tom Brady and/or other members of the team instructed a ball boy to take air...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss
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