Is Tyquan Thornton going to be the answer for the New England Patriots woes at wide receiver? Which two players comprise the 60-year age gap in NFL players coached by Bill Belichick? Is Malik Cunningham a realistic option at quarterback for the Patriots?
All of that and more in today’s edition of Patriots Daily…
Patriots Football Now
Tyquan Thornton returned to New England Patriots practice on Tuesday
See where the New England Patriots land on this week’s NFL Power Rankings
A look back at the career of Jamie Collins
New England Patriots
Bloomberg – Robert Kraft “I will never sell the New England Patriots”
CBS Sports – Patriots file $22 million lawsuit against Eastern Airlines
Pro Football Talk – Mike Florio ranks New England last in the entire NFL
AFC East News
Page Six – Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen is making news about his girlfriend, Hailee Steinfeld
NFL.com – Miami Dolphins RB De’Von Arcane to miss multiple weeks with knee injury
Jets X-Factor – QB Aaron Rodgers shares photos that excite Jets fans
ABC News – Discusses the New England Patriots decision to start Mac Jones next week vs. the Raiders
CBS Sports – Week 5 injury report around the NFL
Pro Football Network – Cowboys Mike McCarthy on the hot seat
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Fun Fact of the Day
Bill Belichick has coached NFL players born 60 years apart.
Baltimore Colts PK Toni Linhart was born in 1942.
New England Patriots CB Christian Gonzalez was born in 2002.
Tweet of the Day
Today’s PFN Tweet of the Day comes from Patriot RedZone (@PatriotRedZone). Offensive coordinator did say yesterday that Malik Cunningham was one of the New England Patriots moved improved players…on the practice squad…mostly playing receiver. Regardless, this tweet made me smile. Anyone cheering for or covering this team could use that wherever they can get it!
Is it time for Malik Cunningham to be QB1 for the #Patriots? 👀
Like = Yes
Retweet = Yes
Comment = Yes pic.twitter.com/E1ziDZwvnW
— Patriot RedZone (@PatriotRedZone) October 10, 2023