You may have heard that there’s quite a bit of snow blanketing the Boston area these days.
The murder trial of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was postponed Monday with weather forecasters predicting a major snowstorm for the region.
The record snowfall that hit the Boston area kept the festivities on ice for an extra day but Patriots fans came out in droves to celebrate their fourth Super Bowl title of the Bill Belichick and Tom Brady era.
Even though he is now cemented in sports history for eternity, reaching this moment never came easy for Butler. Here are five things about the man behind the interception that you might not be aware of:
By BARRY WILNER, AP Pro Football Writer PHOENIX (AP) _ Tom Brady knows what’s next: more Super Bowl wins. At least he hopes so. The most successful quarterback of his era was still riding the […]
The New England Patriots Victory Parade has been moved to Wednesday.
While this may sound somewhat sophomoric, losers can sometimes be winners too (think gym class in elementary school).
Butler’s interception of a Russell Wilson pass with 20 seconds left Sunday sealed New England’s fourth Super Bowl title — a heart-stopping 28-24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.
Opening statements are delayed in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez while the judge sorts out some last-minute jury issues.
Prospective jurors in the murder trial of former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez have been asked whether they are Patriots fans, whether they have attended any games and if so, how many.