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Mike Petraglia

Mike Petraglia

FOXBORO -- In one of the most memorable and heartfelt press conferences in the 15-year history of Gillette Stadium, Vince Wilfork went out Wednesday on his own terms.

FOXBORO -- When Brandin Cooks elevated in the back of the end zone Monday to reach up with his right hand and palm a Tom Brady pass for a touchdown, Danny Amendola knew why he cut a deal to return to Foxboro in 2017.

FOXBORO -- CLNS Media Network's Mike Petraglia talks Jimmy Garoppolo, Danny Amendola and Kony Ealy with Steve Balestrieri of PatsFans.com Saturday from a rainy day at Patriots camp. The good, bad and ugly in the rain.

The Boston College offensive coordinator is trying to resuscitate a dormant Eagles offense. Much has been written and said about the need for BC to up the tempo to not only make the offense more productive but more appealing to the eyes of fans coming out to Alumni Stadium and new athletic director Martin Jarmond.

Tom Brady turns 40 Thursday. And Rob Gronkowski can't believe it.

We've seen Bill Belichick be hard on his players, his coaches and his staff. We've seen -as recently as last week - Belichick take the media to task for questions filled with what he sees as a lack of understanding combined with an preponderance of assumption.

He wasn't about to bite. Everyone in the press room at Gillette Stadium on the day players reported for training camp knew it. Everyone who has ever watched Bill Belichick handle the media knew he wasn't going to help propagate the storyline of the potential his team has to not only win a sixth Super Bowl but notch a perfect season in the process.

BOSTON -- Don't worry about Marcus Morris having any lingering doubts about playing under the bright lights and pressure of championship expectations in Boston.