Patriots Bagging WR Josh Gordon As A Trade Off With Cleveland


New England Patriots had actually begun as the final franchise of the American Football League back in November of 1959. Next winter, there was crowdsourcing to find a good official name for this new Boston football team. By February 1960, the name was chosen as “Boston Patriots,” in which the ‘Patriots’ referred to those colonists who rebelled against British control during the time of American Revolution.

Many of the stadiums served as home for the Patriots in AFL as Nickerson Field, Fenway Park, Harvard Stadium, and Alumni Stadium in and around Boston. Patriots had many stars throughout the times, and some of the well-known include defensive tackler Jim Lee, Hunt and Houston Antwine, flanker-placekicker Gino, quarterback Vito “Babe” Parilli, “The Duke” Cappelletti, etc.

Parilli, Hunt, and Cappelletti played all seasons of AFL and Hunt, and Cappelletti spend all 10 years of their career with the Cappelletti also remained the all-time lead scorer in AFL. Later the team was enriched by more stars as Larry Eisenhauer, middle linebacker Nick Buoniconti Hall of Famer), fullback Jim Nance. For more information, visit Wager Bop.

Patriots also have the history of making playoffs in 14 out of 17 seasons when Belichick had been their coach, missing only 2000, 2002, and 2008 seasons. They also faced the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl XLIX back in 2015 and defeated them by 28-24. Patriots also had a marvelous win over Atlanta Falcons 34-28 at Super Bowl LI.



Acquiring WR Josh – September 2018

Adding to their all-time line of stars, New England Patriots current announced that they acquired WR Josh Gordon also in a tradeoff with Cleveland Browns. However, the terms of this trade are yet to be announced. In addition to this notable adoption, Patriots also have released the WR Corey Coleman.

Gordon is 27, originally from Cleveland as the second-round draft pick back in 2012 as the supplemental draft. Featuring 6 feet 3 inches and 225 pounds, he played a while of 41 NFL games with 38 starts totaling 180 receptions for 3106 yards and about 16 touchdowns.

Gordon also earned the Pro Bowl honors back in the year 2013 and became the first-team All-Pro on finishing with a full of 87 receptions and 1646 yards plus 9 touchdowns. In NFL records, his receiving yards back in the year 2013 season now remains the 13th highest total in a single season in the NFL history. In addition to it, he also became the first ever NFL player to record 200 receiving yards in back-to-back games.

Adding to this new, one should also consider another trade-off in NFL as Coleman, age 24, signed by the New England on September 11, 2018. He is a 5-feet 11-inches, 185-pounder, a veteran of 2 NFL seasons with Cleveland Browns (back in the year 2016 and 2017). Coleman first entered NFL as a first-round pick (15th draft pick overall) by the Cleveland from Baylor in 2016 NFL draft. He was also traded to Buffalo from Cleveland for seventh-round 2020 draft selection back on August 8, 2018, and got released from Buffalo back on September 1, 2018. Coleman played a total of 19 NFL games, and his scorecard includes 18 starts and 56 receptions with about 718 yards and 5 touchdowns.

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