The 21st century has been pretty generous to Beantown sports. Pick any year in the last two decades, and there is more than a 50-50 chance the city of Boston has held an open-top bus parade for its NFL, MLB, NBA or NHL champions.
Eli Manning, David Tyree, and the infamous Helmet Catch made that possible.
A look back at an extraordinary Super Bowl.
It was a go to on big downs for Gronkowski and I think we could see it coming back if Trautman gets drafted by the Patriots.
Andy Dalton's value should be high enough for the Bengals to demand a quality return. He won't be able to replace Tom Brady, even after one of his worst seasons. He will, however, be the perfect quarterback to keep the team competitive under the Bill Belichick regime.
Tom Brady has a big year ahead, but he could have scarcely asked for a better scenario to be in.
The tight end position has become increasingly important in the NFL, a centre piece of innovation and creativity used by offensive minds across the league to try and gain another advantage over their defensive counterparts. As a result, teams are looking more and more to upgrade at the position and with free agency looming, we take a look at one of the names set to garner huge interest on the market: Austin Hooper.
This offseason has seen the 'QB Carousel' been turning more at an active pace than previous years. One such name upon the carousel is former Miami Dolphins and current Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Unfortunately for fans around the world the 100th season of the NFL has come to an end and what a season it was. It’s now time for a pivotal offseason.
Whilst KC are off partying with Mickey Mouse and friends, the league's 31 other teams are busy crafting their rosters for the next campaign. An opportune time to do this is approaching. Free agency marks the first period in which teams can begin to add new faces.
Following the parting of ways with head coach Ron Rivera and then the shock retirement of Luke Kuechly, the Carolina Panthers made it clear that they are in rebuild mode by officially announcing that they will be moving on without Greg Olsen too, after nine years with the tight end.
If he is to carry on, there is no doubt he will have options. Here's a look at a few of the teams who could use Rivers in 2020.
After the recent surprise announcement that Luke Kuechly has hung up his helmet, this brings up a big question. Where is the NFL going and where will this escalation in physical and mental demand stop?
The season is over, and in the eyes of the New England Patriots it was a failure despite their 12-4 record. On special teams they were great as usual, and their defence was #1 on the year, but the offence was a disaster and they continuously struggled to move the ball, whether that was running or passing.