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  • Patriots sign fourth round pick Javon Baker

Renegades 42-game win streak halted by St. Louis

Image courtesy of Boston Renegades  It had to end sometime. The Boston Renegades – the winningest pro football women’s team in history – had its 42-game winning streak snapped in St. Louis this past weekend in what turned out to be a shootout, 36-27. Dating back to the 2019 season opener, the Renegades had dominated every opponent en route to five straight Women’s Football Alliance titles. But, now in a…

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Former SJS star Eamonn Dennis commits to Ohio

Former St. John’s Shrewsbury standout and Michigan Wolverine Eamonn Dennis announced on Tuesday that he is transferring to Ohio University to play for the Bobcats. Dennis made the announcement on social media.  The 5-10 188 pound Dennis is a Worcester native. He capped off a prolific high school career where he was a star wide receiver and defensive back for the Pioneers by committing to Michigan.  While at Michigan, he…

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Strange to reportedly miss the start of next season

Getty Images According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, Patriots guard Cole Strange is expected to miss the start of the 2024 season. Rapoport also mentioned that Strange may not be ready until the middle of next season. It is awful news for the Patriots and for Strange. Now we know why Patriots coach Jerod Mayo was so non-committal yesterday when it came to a time table on when Strange…

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Dugger acknowledges commitment from team to him & others can help in long run

Initially, when the Patriots decided to ‘transition tag’ safety Kyle Dugger this offseason instead of giving him the outright franchise tag, it felt like the organization was making things more tense and unnecessarily difficult. Ultimately, a deal was reached and Kyle Dugger received a phone call while on the treadmill. Now, he’s got a new four-year, $58 million contract extension that keeps him as one of the foundational pieces and…

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Observations from Day 1 of Patriots voluntary OTA’s

FOXBOROUGH – The first voluntary OTA of the Jerod Mayo was Monday afternoon in Foxborough and we got our first look at the new-look Patriots. Heres’ what stood out during the two-hour session: -Rookie guard Ryan Johnson was the first player to hit the field at about 11:35, wearing No. 75. -Matt Judon, Anfernee Jennings, Josh Uche, Zury Henry and Davon Godchaux were not in attendance. Kendrick Bourne, Cole Strange…

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Receivers will have an opportunity to compete in voluntary OTA’s

Ju-Ju Smith-Schuster is healthy and ready to compete for playing time. The wide receiver position for the Patriots has been much maligned in recent years. Despite a concerted effort the last five years to upgrade the position, the production has not been there. The receiver room as a whole has been underwhelming.  The Patriots addressed the position once again this off-season by re-signing Kendrick Bourne, signing K.J Osborn and drafting…

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Voluntary Patriots OTA preview

The Patriots kickoff voluntary OTA’s today in Foxboro. Head Coach Jerod Mayo is scheduled to meet with the media at 11:30 am. After he meets with the media, the team will practice for two hours and then six players will meet be made available to the media at 2:00 pm. The NFL allows teams to have team activities in three phases during the offseason. Today’s practice will be the first…

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Bo MacCormack takes over Elite League

At times, watching Bo MacCormack play, you run out of superlatives. Just know, the Syracuse verbal commit can do just about anything you ask him to on a football field. He is that good. The class of 2025 BB&N running back and safety proved it again at the Elite League “Championship Sunday” at Malden Catholic. He dominated all facets, and led his Dogs to both 8-man and full-11 titles. In……

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Catching with up Jayden Bass after his commitment to UConn

Image courtesy of Jayden Bass’ X account I caught up with former Springfield Central offensive lineman Jayden Bass regarding his decision to transfer to UConn.  Jayden felt UConn was the best fit for him for personal and development reasons. It was not an easy decision to leave Syracuse but Bass felt it was what was best for him at this point in his college career. Being closer to home was…

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