// Tedy Bruschi

Bruschi Would Like to Return to Patriots

Tedy Bruschi signed a two-year contract last February, and as long as the Patriots want him back, the linebacker intends to honor that contract and return for a 14th season with the Patriots. The Boston Globe received this information from a source with knowledge of Bruschi’s thinking. Bruschi suffered an injury to the MCL in […]

Bruschi headed to IR?

There are no official reports on the extent of the injury to Tedy Bruschi but the Boston Herald’s Point After blog reports a league source says though the injury isn’t considered ‘devastating’ the time table for his return would be more than the number of weeks remaining in the season. Again, this all comes from […]

Patriots 24, Seahawks 21 – The Verdict

The Patriots sure like to make things interesting in 2008. Down 14-3 early on and 21-13 in the second half, Matt Cassel led New England on two scoring drives in the fourth quarter to pull out the victory and move the Pats into a tie atop the AFC East. It sure wasn’t pretty and more […]

Gametime: Patriots At Seahawks

NOTE: Jeff and KC will be living blogging the game today starting at 3:00pm, feel free to comment at any point and we will respond! The Teams: New England Patriots (7-5) At Seattle Seahawks (2-10) The Terms: Regular Season Week 14 The Place: Qwest Field, Seattle, Washington The Time: 4:05pm The Channel: CBS 3 Burning […]

Gametime: Patriots At Dolphins

The Teams: New England Patriots (6-4) at Miami Dolphins (6-4) The Terms: Regular Season Week 12 The Place: Dolphin Stadium, Miami, FL The Time: 1:00pm The Channel: CBS 3 Burning Questions: Can the Patriots stop the wildcat? Ronnie Brown ran all over the Patriots in week three thanks in large part to the wildcat formation […]

Gametime: Patriots At Colts

The Teams: New England Patriots (5-2) at Indianapolis Colts (3-4) The Terms: Regular Season Week 9 The Place: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana The Time: 8:15pm The Channel: NBC 3 Burning Questions: Can the Patriots front seven continue to step up? It sounds like beating a dead horse, but as usual the outcome of this […]

Patriots 41, Broncos 7 – The Verdict

Here’s the answers to some of the questions heading into the Monday Night Massacre at Gillette: How does the team respond from last Sunday night’s beat down? Quite simply, with a beat down of their own. The Patriots came with in with intensity, took care of the ball and most of all were OPPORTUNISTIC. The […]

Chargers 30, Patriots 10 – The Verdict

Boy, was that ugly. After Stephen Gostkowski missed the 48-yarder which would’ve tied the game, 3-3, the Patriots never sniffed a victory. A total domination on both sides of the ball and I’ll dive more into the absence of Tom Brady in my 2-Point Conversion column. Here’s a look at the answers to the questions […]

Patriots Upset with Fans Leaving Early

For this weeks column I’ll be focusing my two points on the fan reaction of Sunday’s disaster at Gillette Stadium. There was still much of the fourth quarter to go, yet most of the fans were headed towards the exits. The field which has seen multiple AFC championships triumphs in this decade was emptying faster […]

2008 Training Camp Preview: Linebackers

Here’s the schedule for the training camp previews: Friday: Linebackers Saturday: D-Line Sunday: O-Line Monday: Tight Ends and Wide Receivers Tuesday: Quarterbacks and Runningbacks Wednesday: Special Teams and Coaching Linebackers Key Departures: Roosevelt Colvin, Junior Seau(?) Key Arrivals: Jerod Mayo, Victor Hobson Breakdown Probably the most intriguing position heading into training camp is linebacker, considering […]

El Clásico Preview: Linebackers

In the third edition of a week long preview of the Colts vs. Pats (deemed El Clásico after a world famous European football rivalry between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid), I’ll take a look at the linebackers for each team. Patriots Mike Vrabel, Tedy Bruschi, Adalius Thomas, Junior Seau, Roosevelt Colvin: The Patriots possess the […]

Patriots’ Captains Decided for 2007 Season

Junior Seau was selected to be a captain for the first time in his NFL career. ESPN.com reports: The players selected Seau, 38, in a vote this week, along with quarterback Tom Brady, running back Kevin Faulk, defensive end Ty Warren and linebackers Tedy Bruschi, Mike Vrabel and Larry Izzo, the Patriots said Thursday.