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Patriots Pulse: Rob Gronkowski Just Tweeting Himself Out Shirtless & Wearing Bling (PHOTO)

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Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski may not be ready for OTA’s, but evidently he is all about the grind. The “Gronk Grid” must mean being shirtless and wearing a blinged out doallar sign around his neck.

Looks like his teammate Chandler Jones like Gronk’s swoll…

Let’s just hope this grind translates to Gronk being ready for the season opener.

Patriots Pulse: Darrelle Revis Is All About Throwback Thursday (PHOTO)

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Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis took part in what social media calls #TBT or Throwback Thursday. He tweeted out this photo from his freshman year at the University Of Pittsburgh back in 2004 where he recorded two interceptions.

Let’s hope 5 years from now his Throwback Thursday picture is of him holding up the Lombardi Trophy with the Patriots!

Patriots’ Julian Edelman Breaks Out Blue Steel & Is Laugh Out Loud Funny In “Burger Tyme” (VIDEO)

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Patriots wide receiver Julien Edelman has had quite the year, he signed a 4 year 19 million deal in March and now has embarked on the talk show circuit…sort of.

Ladies BEWARE: Edelman breaks out the Zoolander “Blue Steel”!

Wait for it….

I actually caught myself laughing out loud at “Jules” not sure if that is good or bad!

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Patriots Pulse: Team Celebrates 5 Million Fans On MyFace (VIDEO)

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The Patriots celebrated 5 million fans on MyFace Facebook today with a funny, witty video featuring Tom Brady, Robert Kraft and social media connoisseur Bill Belichick…sort of.

How much you make a bet “The Hoodie” was the 5 millionith fan?

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Patriots Beef Up In Later Rounds With Linemen (Videos)

Bryan Stork was one of three offensive linemen taken by the New England Patriots on Saturday.



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The New England Patriots addressed their depth on both sides of the line of scrimmage in the final day of the NFL Draft on Saturday.

They came into the day with seven total picks after they added two more selections (in the fourth and sixth rounds) with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Friday night.

1. Fourth Round (105th pick): Center Bryan Stork

In their first pick and the first of three fourth-round selections on Saturday, the Patriots chose center/guard out of Florida State, the reigning national champions. Stork started at center for the Seminoles, but the Patriots also could use him as a guard. This offseason, the Patriots brought back center Ryan Wendell on a two-year deal. The 6-foot-3-inch, 315-pound interior lineman will challenge Wendell. Last season, the Patriots struggled to protect Tom Brady from inside pass rushers. In the AFC Championship game, the Broncos were able to apply pressure in the middle. Also, the Cincinnati Bengals’ ferocious defensive line was able to sack Brady on four occasions in a 13-6 victory over the Patriots in a regular season game. Stork is a big body, but he has durability concerns. He missed several games with various ailments, including a concussion during a game last season against Maryland. He also did not play in a game against Boston College due to frequent headaches. If Stork can stay on the field, the Patriots may have a steal. This is the initial pick that the Patriots got from the Jaguars in the transaction on Friday.
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2. Fourth Round (130th): Running Back James White Read more

An In-Depth Look At The 2014 Patriots Schedule

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For the second year in a row, the New England Patriots have a Week 10 bye. Bill Belichick and crew had a Week 9 bye in 2012 – exactly half way through the season. While the position of the break may be advantageous, their out-of-division schedule is quite the opposite.

Tom Brady will lead the Pats against the AFC West and NFC North, two of the more competitive divisions as-of-late. The tough stretch comes right before (and after) the bye, as the Bears and Broncos travel to Gillette 10/26 and 11/02 respectively. After the break, New England travels to Indianapolis for Sunday Night Football, hosts the Lions and then ship to Green Bay for a 4:25 game in the Tundra and another Sunday Night Football game in San Diego.

The Patriots wrap up the season with three 1:00 division games ending with the Bills in the season finale. Other highlights include a Thursday Night game at home against the Jets, Monday Night Football at Kansas City and Sunday Night Football the week after against the Bengals. New England have six primetime slots, seven including their 4:25 matchup at home against the Broncos. It will be definitely be an uphill battle this year but with a revamped defense, anticipation is high for the 2014 Patriots.

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