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Pats from the Past
Pats from the Past: Episode 28, David Patten
We sit down with former Patriots wide receiver David Patten at his home in Columbia, South Carolina. We discuss his-unique training to get him to the National Football league, exactly when he knew the 2001 team was special, the origin behind his nickname "The Chief", the story behind the only offensive TD in Super Bowl 36 and more.
Patriots Unfiltered on TV: Dallas Cowboys preview, Gunner Olszewski One-on-One
Paul Perillo, Erik Scalavino, and Mike Dussault discuss the keys to the Patriots win against the Texans and preview the upcoming matchup against the Cowboys at Gillette Stadium. Plus, Tamara Brown goes one-on-one with Gunner Olszewski.
Patriots All Access: Cowboys Preview, Matthew Judon 1-on-1
In this edition of Patriots All Access presented by GEICO, Coach Belichick highlights key plays from the Patriots come-from-behind victory over the Texans. In addition, Steve Burton goes one-on-one with Matthew Judon and the Patriots Foundation surprises ten cancer survivors with a day of pampering at Gillette Stadium. All that and more.
In Case You Missed It
Patriots 2021 Hall of Fame Ceremony for Richard Seymour to be held Saturday, Oct. 23
Patriots Hall of Fame induction ceremony for Richard Seymour will be held on Saturday, October 23 at 3:00 PM. Robert Kraft selects long-time cheerleader director Tracy Sormanti as the first woman to be inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame. Induction ceremonies remain free and open to the public.
Long shot to long career: How Cardona became Patriots long snapper
By his own admission, Joe Cardona was an unlikely college football player, let alone a professional one. So, how has he won the job as New England's long snapper for seven seasons, and how did he even get into long snapping in the first place?