The mystery of what exactly happened to Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s Super Bowl ring was one of many odd places sports wandered into this year…
Patriots coach Bill Belichick on Monday declined to rule out bringing back the popular but underperforming quarterback some time this season, noting that it’s not uncommon for him to re-sign a player he’s already cut.
Tebow’s stay with the Patriots lasted just under 12 weeks and could signal the end of his NFL career.
Belichick says the Patriots will learn from “this terrible experience,” and that it’s time for New England to “move forward.”
Putin is denying insinuations that he stole Robert Kraft’s Super Bowl ring that’s on display in the Kremlin, but says he’s ready to buy him another ring as a gift.
The word in New England on Tuesday was “Tebow.” The next day it was all about “spirituality.” Coincidence? Not at all.
The NFL is donating $100,000 to One Fund Boston to aid victims of the Boston bombings.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft delivered several messages Monday at the NFL meetings — and made it clear who is boss in New England.
Bill Parcells made the cut and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, while Michael Strahan misses out.
Kraft got his head out over his skis when he advocated the NFL putting a permanent franchise in London during an interview with Sky Sports reporter Neil Reynolds.
The NFL season began on time largely because of Robert Kraft and John Mara. So there’s no more fitting way to end it than the two of them facing off for the game’s biggest prize.
Back on the brink. The NFL and the players’ union headed into the final 24 hours of their twice-extended collective bargaining agreement with little apparent progress on key economic issues.
Hard-liners on both sides — the NFL and players’ union — have taken negotiations to the brink, and there’s no indication that sanity will prevail before the current collective bargaining agreement expires and things really begin to get nasty.
Don’t expect to hear the New England Patriots use an expletive to describe an opponent. That’s not his team’s style, owner Robert Kraft said.
The Patriots could clinch the AFC East and a playoff game at Gillette Stadium if they beat the Green Bay Packers on Sunday while the New York Jets lose at Pittsburgh.