Sneak Peek: Patriots Super Bowl LIII Jerseys
Presenting a first look at the Patriots Super Bowl LIII jerseys.
Photos: Gronk buzzes head at One Mission Buzz Off for Kids with Cancer
Recently retired Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski continued the great work he does off the field, getting his head shaved, and shaving the heads of others, during the 10th annual One Mission Buzz Off for Kids with Cancer event at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, June 2, 2019. This is the 9th year Gronkowski has participated in the charity event, which raises thousands of dollars each year to tackle pediatric cancer.
Photos: Tom Brady’s Best Buddies football game at Harvard
Presenting photos from the 20th annual Tom Brady’s Best Buddies football game at Harvard Stadium on Friday, May 31, 2019. Among the Patriots, past and present, who participated in the charity game were Julian Edelman, James White, Troy Brown, Dan Koppen, Marcus Cannon, Brian Hoyer, Joe Thuney, Ted Karras and Joe Cardona. The non-profit event raises money for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Behind the Scenes: N'Keal Harry introduced to the media
Patriots first round draft pick N'Keal Harry was introduced to the New England media on Thursday, May 9th at Gillette Stadium and presented with the ceremonial number one jersey by New England Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft and President Jonathan Kraft.
Duron Harmon helps kids soar to new heights at Boundless Adventures
In honor of National Autism Awareness Month, Patriots safety Duron Harmon helped lead 25 students from Crossroads School with autism spectrum disorders and related diagnoses during their trip to Boundless Adventures, an aerial adventure park in Berlin which combines high ropes courses with zip lining.
Patriots host Football For You skills clinics
In honor of Month of the Military Child in April, the New England Patriots players, cheerleaders and alumni hosted a Football For You skills clinic on Joint Base Cape Cod on Wednesday, April 17 and at another at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine the following day. Brian Hoyer, Brandon Bolden, Ted Karras, Isaiah Wynn and Joe Cardona were among the Patriots teaching kids the basics of football.