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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by 5811, Feb 4, 2019.
Thanks Gronk. Simply the best.
I don't know what I'll miss more, Gronk the ultimate beast on the field, or Gronk the goofy ass motherf***er everywhere else.
What an amazing 9 years
I hope he becomes a wrestler and his signature move is the fiesta
I thought he'd play 1 more season, but he knows what's best for him. Thanks Gronk for all you've done for us.
There’s not much left he could have accomplished. His health is more important than football. He has firmly planted himself as an NFL legend. As sad as it is as a Patriots fan I’m very happy for him.
Gronk! Gronk! Gronk! Gronk!
Nice timing. I guess he didn't get the deal he wanted. Free agency over now too...
He"ll sit out for 8-10 games and be back for the playoffs.
Chris Evans says he ‘might have to cut ties’ with Tom Brady: ‘I really hope he’s not a Trump supporter’
Off topic but who really cares what Captain douche bag thinks.
Hold the phone, inside rumors saying Gronkowski will Unretire late in the season and rejoin the pats for 1 more playoff run.
That's been floating around since before he retired. Willie McGinnist was talking about it.
Jarrod Mayo was hired as a linebackers coach
I'm sure TB12 gives a hoot, assuming he even knows who this guy is.
Chris Evans may cut ties with Patriots if Tom Brady still supports President Donald Trump
exactly....who gives a f*ck
Another pats player retiring
Malcolm Mitchell reflects on time with Patriots, decision to retire
More upheaval: Patriots Cheerleaders announce new squad - and there's A DUDE on it. WTF?
What kind of a idiot would it take to want to be a male cheerleader for the Pats!
funny what gets you guys riled up
BUT, but, but - it was so great making fun of the Rams this past season.
Note the date today. No link provided, seoje might be having some April Fool's fun
Patriots sign Demaryius Thomas to one-year deal
Veteran wide receiver Demaryius Thomas has a new home.
Thomas was signed by the New England Patriots, the team announced on Tuesday. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports Thomas signed a one-year contract worth up to $6 million.
Thomas' signing comes a week after he visited with the Patriots.
The addition of Thomas reunites him with Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who served as the head coach with the Denver Broncos from 2009-10. Thomas started his career with Broncos in 2010 before being traded to the Houston Texans on Oct. 30, 2018.
With the 31-year-old Thomas, the Patriots have a player who once produced five consecutive 1,000-yard seasons (2010-16). Whether Thomas will be ready for football activities in the immediate future, though, is another matter.
Thomas suffered a torn Achilles while with the Texans on Dec. 23, but NFL Network's James Palmer previously reported Thomas should be back sooner than expected.
The Patriots also announced the re-signing of defensive back Jonathan Jones, a restricted free agent.
Gronks GF....seems like a keeper to me
I'd dent that trophy
And by dent that trophy I mean I'd have vigotous consentual intercourse with her.
Patriots drafted N'Keal Harry WR from Arizona State with their first pick. I watched some highlights. He actually reminds me of Larry Fitzgerald. Not the fastest guy out there but big, strong, good hands and fights for the ball. Of he is able to grasp the mental part of the Patriots system he could be really good for them.
should be an interesting night tonight with 5 picks for the Pats.
Nos. 56, 64, 73, 97 and 101 overall.
And then 6 more picks tomorrow.
I'm curious how many of these picks the Pats will trade?
and the Pats did the only thing I expected them to do. They did the "unexpected" and traded up to 45. wonder who they want!
DK Metcalf is still on the board
Or is he going after a TE?
JoeJuan Williams DB/CB
and they gave up #56 and 101 this year.
so 3 picks left this evening
Patriots Draft Potential Tom Brady Successor in Auburn's Jarrett Stidham
The New England Patriots selected Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham with the 133rd overall pick of the 2019 NFL draft on Saturday.
The selection marks the second year in a row that New England has drafted an SEC quarterback to sit behind Tom Brady after taking LSU quarterback Danny Etling in Round 7 of the 2018 draft.
With Brady, a six-time Super Bowl champion and four-time Super Bowl MVP, still under center for at least a few more years, Stidham will have plenty of time to learn from the 42-year-old future Hall of Famer. Many analysts see similarities between the two similarly sized, pass-first signal callers.
Stidham joins the defending Super Bowl champions after spending two years as the Tigers starter. Stidham is the sixth Auburn quarterback to be drafted and the first to do so since former Heisman winner and national champion Cam Newton went No. 1 overall to the Carolina Panthers in 2011. He's the second Auburn player to be picked in this year's draft after cornerback Jamel Dean was drafted in the third round by the Buccaneers.
The 6'3", 215-pound quarterback began his college career at Baylor before transferring to Auburn. Stidham earned SEC newcomer of the year honors during his sophomore campaign. He threw for 5,952 yards on 63.6% completion for 36 touchdowns to 11 interceptions during his two years under center for the Tigers. The Stephenville, Texas native finished his career with five 300-yard passing games at Auburn.
overall a pretty good draft but I am pretty curious what the plan is at the TE position. Let's see how these rookies work out. Of 10 drafted, how many do we think will make the team? 3? Maybe 4 as the QB is pretty much a certainty unless he completely implodes? Worse case they would sign him to the practice squad, probably will anyway just to keep 1 more spot open for a position player and only bring him onto the roster if the UNTHINKABLE (and UNSPEAKABLE) were to happen.
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