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Jack Bradshaw's night at the "History of the Eagles" concert.
The Phile surprised Jim for this birthday!
All of a sudden, the mighty New England Patriots look vulnerable. Their high-powered offense, which nearly single-handedly carried the team to the AFC title game last year, lost Wes Welker to free agency, Rob Gronkowski to a myriad of injuries and surgeries that leave his return timetable unknown, and Aaron Hernandez to the police.
The Patriots decision to cut Hernandez came just hours after he was brought into custody, and screams “public relations move,” not “football move.” Sure, Hernandez looks sketchy as hell, and he appears to be connected to this tragic death in some way, but authorities haven yet to release the charges against him (that happens later today) and already the Pats are jumping ship. It was a curious move that leaves the depth chart a little, shall we say, thinned out.
So with all that space in the slot, should the Patriots be looking to mold newly-signed Tim Tebow into their newest tight end?