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Billy Wyatt

Billy Wyatt

Billy Wyatt is a New England Patriots beat reporter for CLNS Radio. Now covering the Patriots for multiple seasons, Billy is a veteran journalist at CLNSRadio.com A graduate of the University of Hartford with a communications degree, Billy’s prior experience was as a sports writer for the Hartford Informer.You can reach Billy via e-mail at bwyatt_91@yahoo.com. And you can follow him on Twitter @Billy_NFL.

It was a tilt between two winless teams on Sunday afternoon. Tom Brady was looking to avoid his first career 0-2 start.

Thursday, 14 September 2017 11:20

Scouting Ahead: New Orleans Saints

In week two of the NFL season, the New England Patriots travel down to the bayou for a tilt with the New Orleans Saints.

The NFL season is finally here. As is custom in the NFL, the Super Bowl champions start the season on a Thursday night. This yearit was the New England Patriots hosting the Kansas City Chiefs.

Now that the preseason is behind us, the teams across the NFL are setting up their 53 man rosters for a run at the Lombardi Trophy. A quick look at where the Patriots roster stands heading into week one. 

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 11:33

Unsung Patriots of 2017 - Duron Harmon

As training camp inches closer to opening, a look at another player for the New England Patriots who may be flying under the radar. 

Believe it or not, training camp is right around the corner for the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. Naturally, some players will be getting more attention than others. But who could be flying under the radar in the 2017 season?

After weeks of waiting, Super Bowl LI finally came. It certainly didn't disappoint.

With just two days remaining until Super Bowl LI, there has been a lot of talk about whether Tom Brady is the best quarterback of all time. What if that ship has already sailed?

With a trip to Houston for Super Bowl LI on the line, the New England Patriots did their job with a convincing win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

With a trip to the conference championship game on the line, the Patriots took care of business against the Houston Texans.

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