The New England Patriots will be donning their white away jerseys in the Super Bowl for the second straight season. Hopefully, no one steals Tom Brady's this time around. Here's a look at the threads they'll be rocking next weekend in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII against the Philadelphia Eagles:In a somewhat confusing twist, the Patriots will officially be acknowledged as the home team but will be wearing their traditional road uniforms for the game.
Posted January 22, 2018 at 07:00 AM | Updated January 22, 2018 at 07:08 AM Rob Gronkowski AP Photo/Steven Senne By Nick O'Malley | email@example.comThe New England Patriots have made it to the final game, Super Bowl LII, with their fair share of major injuries.
Tom Brady's 2018 Super Bowl run will act as a little bit of a homecoming. Yes, the New England Patriots quarterback grew up in the Bay Area of California, but has ties to the Minnesota region through his mother, Galynn Brady. During his appearance on WEEI's "Kirk & Callahan" show, Brady discussed his connection to the state, where his grandparents used to live, and how he used to spent his time there fishing and helping out on his grandfather's farm.
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