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As we get closer and closer to Super Bowl XLIX day, here is a quick detail of the latest news on the Patriots. In a news conference on Thursday that lasted a little more than 30 minutes, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady detailed how he selected 24 footballs for referees to inspect before Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts and said he “didn’t alter the ball in any way.”
The NFL found that 11 of the Patriots’ 12 game balls from their 45-7 win were inflated significantly below the NFL’s requirements, league sources involved and familiar with the investigation of Sunday’s game told ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.
The NFL on Friday released a statement on their investigation, saying they had conducted nearly 40 interviews to that point. Patriots wide receiver Matthew Slater said Saturday that the NFL Players Association has advised Patriots players not to discuss the ongoing investigation.
Also on Saturday, Patriots coach Bill Belichick detailed the organization’s preparation process and suggested that weather conditions may have affected the air pressure in the footballs. The longtime coach emotionally defended his team, saying, “We did everything as right as we can do it.” source: ESPN Go Sports Calendar
It’s impossible to talk about the New England Patriots under the Bill Belichick regime without using the word “dynasty.” But as hard as it is to believe, the last time the Patriots won the Super Bowl, Jerry Rice was still playing in the NFL, Rob Gronkowski wasn’t old enough to drive and Tom Brady just started dating Bridget Moynahan. In other words, it’s been a while.
Since Belichick and Brady last hoisted the Lombardi Trophy 10 years ago, the Patriots have been a perennial power in the NFL with an undefeated regular season and two Super Bowl appearances over that span. But while the franchise has been a model of consistency, there have been more misses than hits for Belichick and the Patriots’ front office in the NFL Draft.
Over the last six years (since the 2009 NFL Draft), New England has drafted 26 players in the top-100 picks, but only seven of those players will start for the Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX, meanwhile, nine are no longer on the roster. source: cbssports.com
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