With the Northeast bracing to be bombarded with snow, the government in Massachusetts asked people to stay off the roads. Many schools and business closed in advance.
The New England Patriots are not one of those holed up to wait out the storm.
Like I saw that on ESPN. I knew not to come late, he said of the coverage in 2009. I found a couple nice places that are about 15 or 20 minutes away my rookie year and I was like ‘Nah, I’ll do the three minutes away.’ I think guys know that. You see it. You see that around the league when you’re in college. Your season is usually over by now except for a couple teams so you’re following that. Everyone follows the NFL when you play in college so guys know. You know here is the one place where no matter what time of the year it is, if it’s not going well you’ll get fired. Like I always say, the goal every day is not to get fired. So guys know that.
The best part of this story is none of the major outlets — Boston Globe, Boston Herald, ESPN, WEEI — even quote Belichick talking about his rigid attitude toward weather excuses. They don’t need to. The message is so ingrained in the Patriot Way that players know exactly what the coach thinks without a word being spoken.
The 24-year-old ran two red lights before being pulled over and was eventually booked on the following nine charges, which include two felonies.
The arresting officer detailed in the arrest report how Anderson verbally threatened the officer’s wife while in the back of his cruiser. (Warning: Arrest report contains vulgar language)
He continued [to] make other verbal threats towards my family, officer Jonathan B. Hennessy wrote. Based on his statements it was clear that he intended to sexually assault my wife. He also began to brag about how much money he has and how all I was doing was trying to do is ‘ruin his fun.’
Friday marked Anderson’s second arrest in nine months. He was booked in May after pushing a police officer during a dispute at a music festival in Miami.
Anderson had a breakout season on the field for New York in 2017 catching 63 passes for 941 yards and seven touchdowns.