September 30, 2016

Patriots All Access Tonight at 7:00

Patriots All Access returns tonight at 7:0o p.m. on WBZ-TV. If you’re outside the Boston area, you can watch the show at 7:30 p.m. right on Patriots.com. If you’ve got Verizon FiOS On Demand, the show will be available to watch any time.

Hosted by Steve Burton, tonight’s episode promises an inside look right from the practice fields as training camp 2009 opens. Other highlights:

  • Former Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak and former Patriots tight end Christian Fauria provide an inside look at a portion of a Training Camp practice
  • Zolak goes one-on-one with Head Coach Bill Belichick
  • Steve Burton sits down with 2008 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Jerod Mayo, who’s starting his second training camp for the Patriots; his first as a “veteran.”
  • Patriots All-Access reveals the committee’s 50th Anniversary picks for the Top 10 Personalities in Franchise History

In other Patriots programming this weekend, NFL Network is replaying the 2007 week 17 battle between the Patriots and Giants that clinched the first-ever 16-0 regular season in history. The game is being shown at 2:00pm on Saturday. That’s also the game in which Tom Brady and Randy Moss set NFL records for TD passes thrown and caught, respectively.

Comments

  1. I would like to know what T Brady’s eyesight vision is. I was wondering if he has better then average eyesight. He prosesses info real fast on the playing field. I know they say he is very smart and was wondering if his eyesight had anything to do with it. If he sees it faster,he has more time to prosess it and size up the playing field. I know they said Ted Williams had better then average eyesight. they said he could see the ball coming out of the pitchers glove. Which gave him more time to look at the pitch.

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