NE Patriots’ Amendola Leave for Miami Dolphins

Farewell, Amendola!

Danny Amendola, Wide Receiver for the New England Patriots, did not renew his contract for the sixth season and is on his way to Miami with the Dolphins.

The deal with the Dolphins: a two-year, $12-million-dollar deal with $8.25 million guaranteed.

This is a significant boost from his $1.7 million NE Patriot salary for 2017.

Amendola is leaving after one of his best seasons with the Pats, with 61/86 completed passes, 659 yards and two touchdowns in the regular season.

A spot on the Miami Dolphins team opened up after slot receiver Jarvis Landry was traded to the Cleveland Browns.

Since his career start, this is Amendola’s fifth team, starting with the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams and the NE Patriots.

-Allen A Garzone II, Garzone Real Estate, Inc, Boston Real Estate Agent

Gronkowski Will Play in Super Bowl

After a hard hit in the AFC Championship game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, New England Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski will play in Superbowl LII against the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday.

Gronk was spotted at Mall of america on Tuesday playing Madden ’18 with Philadelphia Eagles and former Patriot teammate LeGarrette Blount. The star tight-end was under watch for concussion protocol, but has since been cleared to play.

Gronk and Blount played in front of a packed crowd at the Microsoft store in the mall, where Blount ultimately defeated Gronk in the game. The two respective teams will battle for the Super Bowl championship Sunday, February 4 at 6PM in Minnesota on CBS.

 

-Allen A Garzone II, Garzone Real Estate, Inc, Boston Real Estate Agent

Could A New England Patriots Super Bowl Win Predict Boston’s Sports Domination?

On Sunday, the New England Patriots go against the Philadelphia Eagles for the Superbowl LII title. After five wins, the Pats could join the Pittsburgh Steelers as being 6-time NFL Super Bowl champions.

There have been 11 parades in Boston since 2002 celebrating sports championships between the Patriots, Boston Celtics and the Boston Red Sox baseball team. Of those 11, only once did two teams have a parade in the same year: 2004.

This could be the year each team, including the Boston Bruins hockey team, bring home a championship. The Patriots are one game away, the Celtics are leading the Eastern conference, the Bruins are trailing behind the Tampa Bay Lightening and the Red Sox have arguably the best starting MLB lineup this season.

This may be the year Boston dominates all four leagues.

 

-Allen A Garzone II, Garzone Real Estate, Inc, Boston Real Estate Agent