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Patriots Running Back James White Retires After 8 Seasons In New England
Patriots running back James White, who won three Super Bowls during his eight years in New England, announced on Thursday, Aug. 11, that he would retire.
"It has been an honor to represent my family, my teammates, and the people of New England as a Patriot!," the nine-year veteran posted on social media. "... "Thank you to Mr. Kraft, Coach Belichick, and the entire Patriots organization for giving me the opportunity to live out my childhood dream. To be able to play my entire career for one franchise, in front of the best fans in the NFL, has been a tremendous blessing and honor."…
Former Patriots Receiver Chad Johnson Gives Waitress $1,000 Tip On $24 Bill
Chad Johnson, the outspoken wide receiver who finished his career with the New England Patriots, earned nearly $50 million while in the NFL, and he's sharing the wealth. He recently left a North Carolina waitress a $1,000 tip on a $24 bill.
Johnson, better known by the nickname Ochocinco — a name he adopted for his jersey number 85 while in Cincinnati, tweeted a photo of the receipt from Stephanie's Restaurant in Greensboro, NC, this week to prove his generosity. Next to his $1,000 tip, Johnson left the cheeky message, "I once scored 6 touchdowns in 'Madden' using myself."&nb…
5 Patriots Players Will Be Sidelined As Training Camp Starts Next Week: Report
The Patriots begin training camp next week in preparation for the 2022 NFL season, but five of their teammates won't take the field, according to reports.
Five Patriots will start training camp on the players unable to perform list. Those include center David Andrews, running back James White, safety Jabrill Peppers, and cornerback Jonathan Jones, according to ESPN. Unlike Injured Reserves, players on the PUP list can return whenever team doctors clear them to play.
C David Andrews, CB Jonathan Jones, LB Raekwon McMillan, S Jabrill Peppers and RB James White are opening train…