// Drew Bledsoe

According to Drew Bledsoe, Jets Quarterbacks Are Like Sacrificial Virgins

The Jets are a bad team. Really bad. Many are quick to blame the poor play of quarterbacks on such a team, which you might expect regarding the most important position on the field. But former Pats’ quarterback Drew Bledsoe is not one of them. Instead, he blames the team’s management for mishandling the whole […]

Matthew Stafford Breaks Drew Bledsoe’s Single-Season Pass Attempts Record

The Detroit Lions have had a disappointing year as a team. However, if there is a silver lining to salvage from their 4-12 season, it would most notably be WR Calvin Johnson setting the NFL single-season receiving yds record with 1,964 yds. Then we have a lesser-known record that takes a page of the history […]

Patriots Name Brown, Law, Bruschi, Bledsoe Honorary Captains for Sunday

Sunday’s AFC Championship Game marks the 15th season since the Patriots hosted their first AFC Championship Game on Jan. 12, 1997. That day, the Patriots earned their second trip to the Super Bowl, beating the Jaguars 20-6. Of course, the team lost the Super Bowl to Brett Favre’s Green Bay Packers 35-21. In honor of […]

Podcast: Logan Mankins, Ray Lewis, Tom Brady, and Macho Man

Today on my periodic podcast, entitled The Rundown With Ryan Hadfield, I¬†switched things up and had my good friend Ross Helliwell on the show. We discuss the impact of the NFL lockout from players and fans perspective, Logan Mankins contract negotiations, TMZ Tom Brady,¬† Drew Bledsoe’s role in Patriots history and the death of Macho […]

Remembering Drew: A Look Back as Bledsoe Gets Patriot HOF Nod

The Boston sports scene has changed drastically this decade. Before being considered a “Title-town”, Boston fans knew hardship like Ashton Kutcher’s agent knows a bad movie script. (Excuse me, I was just coerced into watching No Strings Attached, which was as realistic as Inception and Avatar… COMBINED.) The pre-cursor to Tom Terrific, KG, and Cowboy […]

Drew Bledsoe, Bill Parcells Named First-Year Nominees For Patriots Hall of Fame

The duo that led the Patriots organization to its second Super Bowl appearance in 1996 are in the news together again. Bill Parcells and Drew Bledsoe were named first-year nominees to be voted into the New England Patriots Hall of Fame. Parcells and Bledsoe join Houston Antwine as the three participants that Patriots fans can […]

Drew Bledsoe Turned Down Role In There’s Something About Mary

They say you learn something new everyday. The Farelly brothers, who have directed such comedic gems as Dumb and Dumber, Me, Myself, & Irene, and Shallow Hall, were guests on ESPN’s First Take on Tuesday ahead of this week’s release of Hall Pass (which also looks funny). They revealed that the unforgettable part played by […]

Patriots 2010 Preview: Quarterbacks

Tom Brady, having just turned 33 on Tuesday, remains the face of the Patriots and likely the most important player on the team. Having his first healthy off-season since the infamous knee injury in 2008, one would think that the start of this pre-season would be a happy return to his craft, but that has […]

Bledsoe, Aikman Invest in BP Oil Spill Cleanup

Former Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe was known for his work off the field during his playing days, and ever since he hung up his cleats after the 2006 season, Bledsoe has been active in his off-the-field business ventures. We already told you about Bledsoe’s new wine business, but now he, along with Troy Aikman, is […]

Drew Bledsoe Enters Wine Business

That’s right, Drew Bledsoe, former Patriots quarterback and Tom Brady prototype, has his own wine. His vineyard, the Doubleback Winery, is located in Walla Walla Washington, and just finished aging his 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon, which Bledsoe was in town to hype. It’s not as cool a name as Skywalker Ranch or Goldeneye, but I suppose […]