Tom Brady spotted filming new UGG’s commercial


Tom Brady was spotted walking his dog and filming a new commercial for UGG’s on West Beach in Beverly, MA.

Don MacQuarrie, vice president of the West Beach Corp., said the QB spent about 6 hours filming in Beverly Farms, including spots on the West Beach with his dog Lua.

Brady’s appearance attracted a small crowd, but the security guards kept everyone away from filming and Tom Brady.

Here’s a look back at Brady’s past UGG commercials.

Patriots team Doctor leaves


Dr. Thomas Gill leaves his position with the New England Patriots and as chief of sports medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Gill will focus on his private practice, and will be replaced by Dr. Matt Provencher as part of the team’s relationship with MGH.

Gill was well liked by most in the Patriots organization.

“We greatly appreciate the many years of dedicated service and innovation that Dr. Gill provided our team and wish him well in the future,” the Patriots statement said. “We will continue to work with MGH Sports Medicine to provide our medical services and look forward to receiving the level of care and expertise that MGH has been providing the New England Patriots since our team’s inception.”

Gill was with the team during their many Super Bowl runs.

Gill also worked with the Redsox but came under scrutiny when Jacoby Ellsbury’s fractured ribs went undiagnosed for several months in 2010. Gill stayed on with the Redsox until the next season when he stepped down.

Gill also clashed with Rob Gronkowski, Patriots tight end, in 2012 over the star’s fractured forearm. Gronkowski broke his forearm twice in the same season then developed an infection that forced him to undergo two more surgeries during the off-season. Gronkowski went to Dr. James Andrew for the final surgery and again this year when he tore his ACL.

Matt Provencher, 43, the Patriots’ new medical director, is an alumnus of the US Naval Academy and Dartmouth Medical School.

Rob Ninkovich: Revis best corner in the NFL

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During Patriots Rob Ninkovich’s break from off-season workouts Tuesday morning, Ninkovich opened up about the signing of Revis and what it means for the Pats.

“We have the best corner in the league coming in. That’s always a good thing for a defensive end like myself — give me a little more time. I’ll be happy to use that,” Ninkovich said of Revis. “I’m happy he’s on our team. He’s a great, great football player. The more great football players you have on your team, the better chance you have to win. Again, I’m happy he’s playing for us.

“You can do whatever you want with him. You can put him on the best receiver, tight end, whoever, and just say, ‘Go cover this guy,’ and he can do it. Whenever you have a guy who’s that talented, it’s always great, as far as defensive schemes and stuff like that.”

Ninkovich also talked Brandon Browner and his size.

“That guy is bigger than me,” the 6-foot-3, 251-pound Ninkovich said of the 6-foot-4, 221-pound Browner. “When I first met him, I didn’t know he was a corner. Again, he’s big, physical guy. He’s tall and long. He’s another guy who is a piece you can put on the field anywhere to go cover a guy and shut them down. That’s another great addition we have to our secondary.”

Darrelle Revis to wear number 24


Newly signed cornerback Darrelle Revis will be able to wear is his old number 24 again this season, as expected.

Patriots Pro Shop tweeted out the news and sales for the Revis jerseys are already underway!

Get yours now by going to this link!

Patriots released Adrian Wilson


Last Friday, news broke that the Patriots released veteran SS Adrian Wilson after one season.

Wilson had not played a regular season game due to a torn Achilles, he suffered during the team’s final preseason game.

Wilson struggled throughout the preseason before the injury, however.

Wilson signed a 3 year deal worth $5 million with the team last year.

After being released, Wilson tweeted out:

“Thank you to the Patriots organization for the opportunity. I look forward to the future”.

Wilson is an aging veteran that is coming off a major injury, it will be tough for him to find a new landing spot before the season.

The Patriots love 2nd year man Duron Harmon and I expect him to be the day one starter.

The Patriots also brought back Patrick Chung, who will offer depth, and special team qualities.

Tavon Wilson is also on the team, but he is another good special teams player, and only plays a little. Still a good depth player in New England.

The Pats may add another SS in the draft.


Patriots Preseason Opponents announced


The New England Patriots preseason opponents for the 2014 season has just been released!

Take a look below and see what you think!


Brandon Spikes attacks the Patriots on Twitter


Former Patriots linebacker, now with the Bills, pulled no punches today when he went on a rant about his former team in Boston.

Brandon Spikes tweeted out how much he’s looking forward to beating the Patriots twice this season and how it’ll be icing on the cake to beat New England with the hashtag “just watch”.

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He also tweeted out he was a slave for 4 years, which is how many seasons he spent with the New England Patriots.

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Then Spikes tweeted out that he has a lot to prove for the 2014 season.

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Obviously, Spikes received a lot of backlash from fans, mostly Patriots fans, and began to reply back to the masses.

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Spikes was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2009 draft and has spent the last 4 seasons playing with the New England Patriots. Spikes was a very good run stopping linebacker for the Patriots during his tenure, but with the emergence of rookie Jamie Collins and Spikes’ attitude made this a horrible match and an easy decision for Belichick not to bring Spikes back.

The Patriots placed Spikes on season – ending IR before the start of the post-season, partly because Spikes was late for Friday practice. That turned out to be the final straw for Belichick, who had fined Spikes several times for similar incidents involving meetings and such.

Spikes played in 51 career games with the Patriots making 175 tackles, 1 sacks, 5 Force Fumbles, 1 Fumble Recovery, 2 interceptions, 13 passes defended, and 16 stuffs for 51 yard loss.

During the Belichick era, the Patriots are 25 – 3 against the Buffalo Bills.


Previewing the 2014 New England Patriots Schedule Release


The New England Patriots survived a brutal 2013 season in which they had to endure numerous injuries, yet they still went 12-4 and found a way to reach the AFC title game. Heading into 2014, the Patriots will undoubtedly have their sights on once again taking the next step and getting back to the Super Bowl, although it surely won’t be any easier than it was a season ago.

This time around, the New England Patriots schedule will boast some interesting road game battles, as they get to head out to Indianapolis to take on the Colts in one matchup, while also hopping on a plane to take on the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers. While those three non-division road games won’t be easy, the toughest could be a contest in Green Bay, where they’ll have to take on a healthy Aaron Rodgers and his Packers.

New England normally takes care of business at home, but they’ll have some stiff tests in their own backyard this year, as well, as Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos return for another bout. That’s likely going to be their toughest (and most hyped) home game of 2014, but New England will also have two tough NFC matchups with the Bears and Lions.

All 2014 Opponents

Home: Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, Cincinnati Bengals, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions

Away: Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings

For a look at all team’s 2014 match-ups, click here.