Bill Belichick renames his boat 'VIII Rings'

Bill Belichick renames his boat 'VIII Rings'

FOXBOROUGH, MA - 2009: Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots poses for his 2009 National Football League headshot at photo day in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Playing behind great slot receivers like Wes Welker and catching the ball from Tom Brady doesn't hurt either, but when it comes to greatness, it is all about the fortitude of Edelman. It's exceedingly hard to win back-to-back Lombardi Trophies in today's National Football League, but if the Patriots can shore up three of their most glaring weaknesses and areas of need, they might have a chance of beating the odds again in 2019. Given the significance of Malcolm Butler's famous interception in Super Bowl XLIX, many people forget that Julian Edelman caught the game-winning touchdown pass with just 2:02 on the clock.

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick's fishing boat is already sporting a new paint job - and Super Bowl-appropriate name - after the franchise's recent championship win over the Los Angeles Rams. It came with just over two minutes on the clock, with New England down eight and driving for the eventual score that sent the game into overtime.

While this choice would leave the Patriots out of the traditional spotlight for reigning champions, their first home game should also be on in primetime. He has proven time and time again that he'll be there, wide open and 15 yards down the field when you need him the most.

In baseball, players who have been accused of using PEDs have had trouble getting in the Hall of Fame, and it will be interesting once Edelman's career ends how Hall of Fame voters consider him.

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"I'm not going down that road".

She asked if he wanted to say goodbye to his facial hair, and Edelman said, "I love you, beard".

Julian Edelman is apologetic but vague.

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