Posts Tagged ‘Robert Kraft’

Wilf, McNair take opposite sides on OT proposal

Vikings owner Zygi Wilf and Texans chairman & CEO Robert McNair offered differing opinions on the proposed playoff overtime rule change from the NFL Annual Meeting.

Kraft: ‘I think we’re close’ on contract for Wilfork

Patriots owner Robert Kraft said Wednesday he thinks a deal is close with franchised DT Vince Wilfork, according to a transcript posted on Comcast Sports Net New England’s Web site.

Goodell delivers league views at news conference

The annual commissioner’s news conference on Friday of Super Bowl week serves as a state of the union address for the NFL.

Observations from Patriots training camp

As part of my 15-team training camp tour, I was able to take in a day of practices from the New England Patriots camp. Here are my 10 oberservations on Vince Wilfork, Joey Galloway and the rest of Bill Belichick‘s training camp.

With Brady, Patriots’ Kraft sees no room for Vick

Although Patriots coach Bill Belichick has been reluctant to give a firm answer in recent days when asked whether or not his team would consider signing Michael Vick, owner Robert Kraft explained why such a move wouldn’t make sense for New England from a football perspective when he appeared on SIRIUS NFL Radio as a guest Saturday.

Belichick’s fascination with ‘Wildcat’ could help Vick

Bill Belichick’s pride took a big hit last season when the Dolphins shredded the vaunted Patriots defense with the “Wildcat” offense. So, Belichick, the consummate student, has spent extensive time communicating with University of Florida coach Urban Meyer about the spread offense. Belichick also has worked with former Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden, who’s also enthralled with the scheme that Meyer’s Gators run so well.

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