Malcolm Butler is on notice. Plain and simple. Improve your play, improve your attitude, improve your focus or else… Forget about the idea that Butler was not as prominent a part of the game plan Sunday in New Orleans because of bigger receivers and the matchup issues that can cause for a 5-foot-10 corner. Nope. That’s not what happened. Butler began the game on the pine because the Patriots believe he’s not given them his best in 2017, and that right now, Eric Rowe is better than Butler. “Well, look, we’re into a new season, so I don’t think anybody’s performance this season is really where it needs to be or where it will be,” Bill Belichick said Tuesday when I asked him directly about Butler’s
The Boston Red Sox will be the first of five Boston pro sports teams to air an anti-racism PSA before its games starting Sept. 28. The PSA is titled “Take the Lead” and it comes after a season of high-profile racially charged incidents involving the Red Sox. The Boston Celtics, New England Patriots, Boston Bruins and the New England Revolution have all agreed to play the PSA too.
With great prominence, Tom Brady jerseys promise to dot the stands of Wembley Stadium on Sunday, when the NFL returns to London. Odell Beckham Jr. No. 13s will likely be just as popular on the backs of fans. Neither the New England Patriots nor New York Giants will be playing though.