Published: Thu, July 27, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Belichick: Gronkowski 'doesn't have any limits that I know of'

Belichick: Gronkowski 'doesn't have any limits that I know of'

The Patriots have had such a good offseason following their Super Bowl LI victory that talk is already surfacing about New England going 19-0.

Belichick didn't offer specifics when asked whether or not all the players had reported. There also will be two joint practices with the Jacksonville Jaguars on August 7 and 8 that fans can attend, too.

The four-time Pro Bowler has not played a full 16-game campaign since 2011 as a result of back injuries and other issues that have kept him out of action. "We'll have an update on the roster at some point", he said.

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The Patriots are still riding high from their dramatic comeback against the Atlanta Falcons during last year's Super Bowl.

"I don't subscribe to the Twitters and the Instagrams", Slater said.

Offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, noting the soon-to-arrive 40th birthday (Aug. 3) of his starting quarterback, said he doesn't expect backups Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett to be overly deferential to Tom Brady in the meeting rooms or on the practice field once practice begins in earnest Thursday.

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The third preseason game is often touted as the "dress rehearsal", the closest thing to real NFL football we'll get before the games start counting in the standings.

Offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who turned 40 a year ago, says he doesn't plan to have any jokes for the reigning Super Bowl MVP as he marks the milestone.

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