FOXBORO, Mass. — Before 2002, Super Bowl teams typically introduced their players one by one, letting each player jog out of the tunnel individually while fans cheered. The New England Patriots changed all that. The Patriots chose to be introduced as a team that day, and after their 20-17 victory over the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI, a legend was born. The legend said that...
LOS ANGELES -- The No. 55 is a privilege at USC. Not just a privilege, but a defensive privilege.
Former USC All-American and three-time Super Bowl champion Willie McGinest made that clear Saturday as he checked on his alma mater during their annual spring game.
McGinest was interviewed while standing on the sidelines during the game when the No. 55 was brought up. He explained that...
Willie McGinest believes it's time for someone to step up and address Rob Gronkowski about his behavior.
"If there were things that needed to be addressed when I was there, I'd have a conversation with that player, or we had other leaders in the locker room who would talk to him," McGinest told the Boston Herald on Friday.
Well then, who should speak out and help...
Willie McGinest believes it’s time for someone to step up and address Rob Gronkowski about his behavior.
“If there were things that needed to be addressed when I was there, I’d have a conversation with that player, or we had other leaders in the locker room who would talk to him,” McGinest told the Boston Herald on Friday.
Well then, who should speak out and help straighten...
DID THEY CHEAT
Former New England Patriots running back Willie McGinest responded to Marshall Faulk, who says he's still mad that Spygate cost him a Super Bowl ring.
Willie McGinest was rather outspoken about Wes Welker's contract issues last month, ripping the Patriots receiver for his "diva attitude" during a television appearance. The two then traded a few shots via Twitter, but there doesn't seem to be any ill will, as McGinest told the Boston Herald that he has a lot of respect for Welker. "I'm cool with Wes. I...
Former New England Patriots linebacker Willie McGinest went on WEEI radio in Boston yesterday and blasted Patriots receiver Wes Welker for his hold out.
On Wednesday, Welker decided to fire back at McGinest directly on Twitter.
@williemcginest why did u ever leave the Pats and play for the Browns?
— Wes Welker (@WesWelker) April 25, 2012
The McGinest took the time to reply to Welker...
Oh boy, here we go. Nothing I love more than seeing two former teammates go at it, especially via Twitter. Former Patriots linebacker Willie McGinest, who jumped ship from New England to play for the lowly Browns in 2006, recently laid into current Patriots receiver Wes Welker for his “diva” attitude:
Willie had some harsh words for Wes Welker
“I just don’t like the diva...
Former Patriots linebacker Willie McGinest is not thrilled with receiver Wes Welker, ripping into his "diva attitude."
Willie McGinest previews the matchup between the Falcons and Giants.