Eric Kettani

#34RB,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 235
Born:
College: Navy
Birth Place: Kirtland, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Brandin Cooks knows he'll still probably have to stash the arrows in 2017
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    Brandin Cooks knows he'll still probably have to stash the arrows in 2017

    FOXBORO -- After starting the offseason "five weeks behind," as Bill Belichick put it, the Patriots have caught up.  "I think we’re probably caught up to where we are now," he said before Thursday's OTA practice at Gillette Stadium. "I think it’s being behind in draft, free agency and that type of thing. "I think at this point, we’re ready for OTAs. We’ll be ready for training camp. I think that part of it we’ll be on schedule on. It’s the catching up on all the spring projects, draft and free agency. It’s the initial part of it." Belichick made headlines on the morning after winning his fifth Lombardi Trophy with the Patriots when he said, "As of today, and as great as today feels and as great

  • ABC News

    Bucs coach apologizes for tweet mocking Falcons' Super Bowl collapse

    TAMPA, Fla. --? Tampa Bay Buccaneers?coach Dirk Koetter is not happy with the Bucs' social media team, which trolled the Atlanta Falcons on Monday for losing to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI. "I want to make sure on behalf of the Bucs organization that I apologize to the Falcons for whatever that was supposed to be that went out on social media," Koetter said. "That's not what our organization is about." It started with the Bucs promoting the online sale of team fidget spinners. The Falcons responded, "Are you nervous about something?" That's when things escalated quickly. The Bucs fired back with, "We ain't worried 'bout nothing!" along with a photo of Vernon Hargreaves (No. 28)

  • Adam Schefter Believes Patriots Will Keep Jimmy Garoppolo Beyond This Season
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    Adam Schefter Believes Patriots Will Keep Jimmy Garoppolo Beyond This Season

    ESPN’s Adam Schefter beat the “Jimmy Garoppolo isn’t getting traded” drum harder than anyone in the NFL media this offseason. And ultimately, he was correct. The New England Patriots did not move their backup quarterback before the 2017 NFL Draft, and it’s extremely unlikely they’ll do so at some point this summer. Garoppolo is entering the final year of his rookie contract, however, meaning the Patriots will have some decisions to make come next spring. But just as he believed Garoppolo wouldn’t be dealt this offseason, Schefter doesn’t see the 25-year-old QB playing anywhere else in 2018. “I don’t think that the Patriots ever considered trading him, and I know when the reports came out that