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PlayerWatch: New England Patriots

Patriots became the first of likely many NFL teams to purchase their own team airplaines Patriots first NFL franchise to purchase team planes
Alarico Blandon | Agosto 12, 2017, 00:09

Kraft also said that one particularly Italian dinner was to blame for Wilfork returning to training camp overweight.

There are some very serious commonalities between these two great football players.

According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, the Patriots have purchased a pair of Boeing 767s, which they will customize to their standards, easing road trips for the team. It is safe to say much of his retirement may be spent relaxing in the water.

So now the Patriots apparently have their own planes.

"New airkrafts", the franchise tweeted. After just one season with the Saints, he was picked up by the Miami Dolphins. The only problem we see here with the design is this: Where is the team going to fit in a sixth Lombardi trophy on the tail wing? While I wouldn't go that far, the Patriots are certainly poised for success.

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"Coach, I gave you everything I had", Ninkovich told Belichick. "Yeah, I don't think he could afford it, it was really high-grade leather and it was a fixed price".

"This game is so demanding", Wilfork said.

The New England Patriots are loaded with talent, and apparently money. Throughout his entire career, Wilfork never played for a team with a losing record. Coming into this season, New England flew charters.

The tweet includes the text "New airkrafts" in an apparent nod to owner Kraft.

By the end of his career, Wilfork had racked up an impressive resume. He was also named to the Pro Bowl five times and first team All-Pro once. Two rookies topped jersey sales in their respective states, as Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey led North Carolina and Steelers running back and Erie, Pennsylvania native James Conner led sales in the Keystone State. They both received the send off and respect they worked so hard to deserve.