Lies. Damned lies. And the New York Times.
The New England Patriots officially re-signed unrestricted free-agent running back Brandon Bolden, the team announced on Wednesday.
New England Patriots trade rumors have the team a step closer to making a deal with the New Orleans Saints. The Saints are interested in cornerback Malcolm Butler but didn’t want to sign him in free agency. Butler was a restricted free agent, meaning any deal that another team offered could be matched by the Patriots. Now he has signed an RFA tender with the Patriots, putting him under contract and making him available for general manager Bill Belichick to trade.
The New England Patriots signed running back James White to a three-year extension that will tie him to the club through 2020, according to ESPN.com's Adam Schefter and NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
The New York Patriots pro football team called out the New York Times for a misleading group picture of yesterday’s ceremony with President Trump.
The New England Patriots took to Twitter Wednesday night, saying the photo comparison lacked “context.”
Adrian Peterson-New England Patriots rumors may have taken a back seat to a LeGarrette Blount contract offer. While Peterson did have a meeting with the Patriots this week, it is being reported that the team may be more interested in simply re-signing Blount at this point. The New Orleans Saints are also lurking with interest in both running backs, ensuring that the NFL offseason is going to remain exciting right through the draft.
Adrian Peterson-New Orleans Saints rumors have suddenly popped up on the NFL landscape. Peterson could give the Saints a great weapon to work with quarterback Drew Brees, but will the team be willing to open the checkbook to get a deal done? After coming up in New England Patriots rumors earlier in the week and following a time where Peterson was interested in signing with the Seattle Seahawks, the All-Pro running back now has a meeting in place to discuss a contract with the Saints.
President Trump welcomed the New England Patriots to the White House this afternoon, congratulating the players and coaches on their thrilling Super Bowl LI victory. “They delivered iconic American sports moments that will last forever, we’re going to watch it over and over again,” Trump said. Trump singled out several players for those moments, including...
President Trump congratulated the New England Patriots for their Super Bowl win hinting that their long-shot victory reminded him of his own shock White House win.