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6 Facts we learned from Phillip Dorsett's Pats Chat
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Tuesday mornings, Patriots fans have a chance to tune in to Facebook Live and get to know some of their favorite players off the field. This week, Pats Chat hosted by Ashlee Feldman at The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon, Pats fans got to ask Phillip Dorsett everything from questions about his family to his favorite movies.
Here are six things we learned from Phillip's Pats Chat.
1. His sister is a body builder
No, really. "She got into that I would say my first year in the league. She started working out with me in the offseason and she fell in love with working out. She's on another level."
2. The one show Phillip can't miss
Turns out, Phillips is big on Shondaland. He showed zero hesitation in saying he can't miss "How to Get Away with Murder."
3. An Eddie Murphy classic is his favorite movie
As for his favorite movie, Phillip picked an oldie but goodie: "Coming to America."
4. Going home is his favorite vacation
Though he's from Florida, much of his family lives in the Bahamas, and being able to go visit his relatives is his favorite vacation.
5. Phillip has a truly unique pregame playlist
Instead of hyping himself up, Philip would rather mellow out before a game. "I listen to slow music, old school slow music like Luther Vandross."
6. His advice for high school students
"I know it sounds like a cliché. I know everyone will probably say the same thing, but obviously grades because if you don't have the right grades it's almost impossible to get in this seat. I learned that in ninth grade. I wasn't taking school serious and I ended up getting bad grades. Football was taking away from me; track was taking away from me. My dad was disappointed in me and I never really wanted to put myself in that position again. I had to buckle down in school."
You can check out the rest of Phillip's Pats Chat in the video below.