As the Patriots start to prepare for the 2015 season, so do the cheerleaders. Here's a look at how the first part of auditions went over the weekend.
NFL Media's Dan Hanzus and Marc Sessler join Marc Istook to discuss the latest between Devin McCourty and the Patriots and why they decided to not give him the franchise tag.
NFL Media's Ian Rapoport reports on the New England Patriots placing the franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski which could allow cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Devin McCourty to hit the free agent market.
The "NFL AM" crew explains what the Patriots and Seahawks need to do in order to get back to the playoffs in 2015.
New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung explains if the Super Bowl party has finally ended for the Patriots and also talks about his hopes to have both Darrelle Revis and Devin McCourty return next season.
From Left to Right: Edward J. Benz, Jr., MD, President and CEO, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Elizabeth G. Nabel, MD, President, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Robert Kraft, President and CEO, The Kraft Group; Myra Kraft, President, The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation; Peter L. Slavin, MD, President, Massachusetts General Hospital and Gary L. Gottlieb, MD, MBA, President and CEO Partners HealthCare.
December 19, Patriots versus Packers; American Urological Association
At the December 19 game, the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation hosted the American Urological Association. The American Urological Association hosted several tables at the stadium to distribute educational materials to fans.
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December 6, Patriots versus Jets; Massachusetts General Hospital
At the Dec. 6 game, the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation hosted Mass General Hospital at Gillette Stadium. Mass General Hospital hosted tables at the stadium to distribute educational materials to fans.
November 21, Patriots versus Colts; Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
At the Nov. 21 game, the Patriots Charitable Foundation hosted the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute at Gillette Stadium. During the game, fans received fun rally towels, viewed a PSA & received literature. Children from Dana-Farber were welcomed on-field during a halftime ceremony where they symbolically 'kicked cancer' by kicking footballs.
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October 31, Patriots versus Vikings; Brigham & Women's Hospital
At the October 31st game, the Patriots Charitable Foundation hosted Brigham & Women's hospital at Gillette Stadium. During the game, fans received fun flags, viewed a PSA & received literature.
October 17, Patriots versus Ravens; Susan G. Komen and ReMax
At the October 17 game, the Patriots Charitable Foundation hosted Susan G. Komen & ReMax at Gillette Stadium. During the game, fans received pink towels, ribbons & were given the opportunity to donate to the fight against breast cancer. Survivors including Patriots LB Gary Guyton's mom were welcomed on field for a pregame ceremony.
September 26, Patriots versus Bills
At the September 26 game, the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation hosted partnering hospitals for the Kick Cancer Kickoff at Gillette Stadium. During the game, the representatives of each hospital participated in a pregame ceremony, Kick Cancer bracelets were distributed and literature was made available to fans.
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