Quarterback Tom Brady will not soon forget yesterday, September 9, 2010. The day began with a car crash, which thankfully Brady came away unscathed and made it to practice, late but OK. The day ended with a contract signing that guarantees No. 12 will wear New England red, white and blue through 2014 at the highest annual rate in NFL history ($18 million per year).
The Boston Globe has already recorded yesterday in the history books.
Wide receivers Randy Moss and Julian Edelman returned to practice yesterday, along with running back Laurence Maroney.
Boston.com reports Patriot games have the second worst traffic jams in the NFL.
"According to the TomTom study, the 10 professional football stadiums with the greatest traffic delays were based in Washington, D.C.; New England; Buffalo; Dallas; Jacksonville; Carolina; Miami; Tennessee; Green Bay; and Atlanta, respectively," states a press release by TomTom, a provider of location and navigation solutions. "While most roadways experienced a slowdown in speed of more than 30 percent, fans in Washington, D.C.; New England; and Buffalo drove 50 percent slower than typical speeds for the same roads."