• Patriots put on an unbelievable show in honoring Tom Brady
  • Brady Night finally seems to provide real closure
  • Observations from the final Patriots mandatory minicamp practice
  • High School Yearbook: 2003
  • Two big out-of-state commits for Boston College

Patriots sign third round pick Caedan Wallace

The Patriots announced on Friday afternoon that they have third round draft pick Caedan Wallace.  Wallace, 24, was selected by the Patriots in the third round of the 2024 NFL Draft with the 68th overall pick out of Penn State. The 6’5, 314-pounder was named honorable mention All-Big Ten Conference while starting in all 13 games at right tackle during the 2023 season. He also earned the school’s Lion’s Pride…

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Pirates Preview: Massachusetts Pirates (6-3) at Frisco Fighters (7-2)

Containing quarterback T.J Edwards will be a key for the Pirates defense. Huge game in Frisco tonight between the rival Pirates and Fighters. The winner of this game ends up in first place in some fashion. If the Pirates win, they are tied for first place. If the Fighters win, they are in sole possession of first place. Here is our preview for tonight’s game. 1. Get Edwards off of…

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Kiley leaves lasting legacy at Holliston as he departs for Franklin

21 years is a long, long time in one place, especially as a football coach. In a business that’s ultimately always results oriented no matter what level you’re at, Holliston head coach Todd Kiley didn’t just win and win a lot, he left an impact with every coach or parent he dealt with. The amount of winning he did with a small school is certainly impressive though. The Panthers won……

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Observations from the Pats’ 2nd open voluntary OTA

FOXBOROUGH – On another perfect day for some football in May, the Pats were back in front of the media for the second time during the voluntary portion of OTA’s on Wednesday. The team has two more voluntary days scheduled that we’ll be able to report on before mandatory minicamp June 10-12. This near-two hour session was quite entertaining by OTA standards. As always, here’s everything I saw while sitting…

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UConn announcers 10 transfer additions

UConn coach Jim Mora announced that the Huskies added 10 transfers at the end of the spring semester who will join the team for the 2024 season. The transfers are split evenly with five on offense, and five on defense. The Huskies brought in two wide receivers, and a quarterback, as these players could provide immediate help. In alphabetical by last name, here are the players. Ezeriah Anderson, Wide Receiver,……

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Hightower enjoying new role as ‘Coach High’

Dont’a Hightower still has that presence. Once one of the best linebackers in the league, now he walks around OTA’s with a visor on, but it’s hard to miss him at any point. As he stood in front of a microphone holding a cup of something in his hand (I couldn’t see what it was) before another day of work on Tuesday morning, you could just tell how much he…

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Maye Day! Patriots sign Drake Maye

The Patriots have signed first round pick Drake Maye. The team announced the signing yesterday afternoon. Maye signed a fully guaranteed four-year, $36.63 million deal that includes a $23.46 million signing bonus according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Getting Maye signed earlier than later is important for several reasons. For one, he can now focus on learning the offense and playing football. Typically most top ten picks get their deals done…

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Bishop Hendricken hosts first annual Rhode Island Showcase

WARWICK- Bishop Hendricken hosted the first annual Rhode Island Showcase on Friday night. Over 25 college football coaches were on hand to watch young men from around the Ocean State workout in front of them. The showcase was organized by Hendricken coach Keith Croft in conjunction with the Rhode Island Interscholastic Association and the Rhode Island Coaches Association. The showcase was designed to bring more attention to football players in…

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Three things we’re watching closely in the Pats’ 2nd voluntary OTA

After a week and a few days behind closed doors, the Pats will be back in front of the media on Wednesday for the second open OTA. New England has two more open voluntary OTA practices after this one for us to get a glimpse and report on how things are looking early on under Jerod Mayo before mandatory minicamp June 10, 11 & 12. Jacoby Brissett and Bailey Zappe…

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