Danny Amendola

Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 190
College: Texas Tech
Birth Place: The Woodlands, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Tom Brady delivers video message at funeral of Navy SEAL
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    Tom Brady delivers video message at funeral of Navy SEAL

    Tom Brady delivered a video message last week at the funeral of Navy SEAL Kyle Milliken, a Maine native and former UConn track athlete killed in Somalia on May 5. Bill Speros of The Boston Herald, in a column this Memorial Day weekend, wrote about Milliken and Brady's message.    Milliken ran track at Cheverus High School in Falmouth, Maine, and at UConn, where he graduated in 2001. Milliken lived in Virginia Beach, Va., with his wife, Erin, and two children.  He other Navy SEALs participated in a training exercise at Gillette Stadium in 2011 where he met and posed for pictures with Brady. Speros wrote that at Milliken’s funeral in Virginia Beach, Va., Brady's video offered condolences and thanked

  • Brandin Cooks knows he'll still probably have to stash the arrows in 2017

    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

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    Kenzie Kent powers Boston College to NCAA women's lacrosse title game vs. undefeated Maryland

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Tom Brady's team is not the only one from New England that knows how to come from behind to win with big stakes on the line. Boston College scored 10 second-half goals to rally past Navy 16-15 in an exhilarating NCAA women's lacrosse semifinal at Gillette Stadium on Friday. Dual-sport star Kenzie Kent scored four of her team-high five goals in the second half to lift the Eagles to their first national championship game, where unbeaten Maryland, which romped over Penn State 20-10 in the evening's first game, awaits on Sunday at 11 a.m. ET The final four drew 7,803 on a soggy night, so perhaps a sunny Sunday morning should pack in even more for the Eagles, whose home campus