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Baltimore’s Jackson PFWA NFL MVP and Offensive Player of the Year; New England’s Gilmore Defensive Player of the Year

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, who led the NFL with 36 passing touchdowns and set a league quarterback single-season record with 1,206 rushing yards, was selected as the 2019 NFL Most Valuable Player and the league’s Offensive Player of the Year chosen in voting conducted by the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA). New England […]

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Patriots PFWA Super Bowl LIII Pool Report – February 2, 2019

By Jenny VrentasPro Football Writers of America ATLANTA—For a few minutes Saturday morning, Bill Belichick’s top concern was opening a bag of macadamia nuts for his 2-year-old granddaughter, Blakely. The Patriots coach has spent the past two weeks preparing for Super Bowl LIII, which included stashing some snack packs in his pants pocket in case […]

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Patriots PFWA Super Bowl LIII Pool Report – February 1, 2019

By Jenny VrentasPro Football Writers of America ATLANTA—The Patriots gathered in the middle of Georgia Tech’s fieldhouse just before 2 p.m. on Friday. Lawyer Milloy, the former Patriots safety who was part of the team’s Super Bowl XXXVI win against the Rams in 2002, broke down the huddle with the team’s “Awww Yeah!” catchphrase. “He’s […]

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Patriots PFWA Super Bowl LIII Pool Report – January 31, 2019

By Jenny VrentasPro Football Writers of America ATLANTA—The Patriots held a walk-through practice Thursday afternoon at Georgia Tech’s indoor practice facility, focusing on situational plays during the one-hour, 20-minute session. Every player was a full participant, except for starting linebacker Dont’a Hightower, who did not attend the workout due to an illness. “We’ll evaluate him […]

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Patriots PFWA Super Bowl LIII Pool Report – January 30, 2019

By Jenny VrentasPro Football Writers of America ATLANTA—The Patriots held their first practice in Atlanta on Wednesday afternoon, wearing helmets and shells for an 88-minute session in Georgia Tech’s indoor practice facility, just over a mile from the team’s downtown hotel. There was one addition to the injury report: Defensive tackle Malcom Brown was limited […]

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