The New England Patriots appear to be hell-bent on putting the whole "Deflategate" scandal behind as the NFL team surge forward each game with such ferocity and skill that have made them the Super Bowl champs in the previous season. While Tom Brady grappled with the nuances of the scandal that almost placed his entire football career in jeopardy, the New England Patriots quarterback returned to the field with a more aggressive stance and better gameplays. With a record of 3 - 0 this NFL season, it looks like the New England Patriots are succeeding in proving their detractors wrong.
In an effort to bolster its roster, the New England Patriots are said to be looking to add two potential NFL stars in its squad. Both from the Denver Broncos, Montee Ball and Zac Dysert are trying out to be part of the Tom Brady squad. Should he get in the New England Patriots team, Dysert will serve as one of the backup quarterbacks of Tom Brady. Meanwhile, Montee Ball is gunning for the running back post.
Montee Ball was the second round pick of the Denver Broncos during the 2013 NFL Draft. Throughout his rookie season with the Denver Broncos, the New England Patriots hopeful managed to play 16 games where he recorded 559 yards and three touchdowns. However, the following NFL season was not kind to Montee Ball as he incurred a groin injury. This physical concern caused him to only be able to play five games for the Denver Broncos. The early days of September 2015 then saw the departure of Montee Ball from the Denver Broncos locker room.
Meanwhile, Tom Brady, Jimmy Grappolo and the rest of the New England Patriots members recently welcomed Jonathan Bostic. The entry of Bostic in the New England Patriots roster came with the departure of Travaris Cadet. Bostic is a former Chicago Bears linebacker. Details of the deal between the New England Patriots and the Chicago Bears remain undisclosed. "It's a business," said Bostic, referring to the trade made by his former NFL team.
The linebacker added, "You can't be surprised about anything," he asserted. "Just have to keep looking ahead. I've got to get in and learn the philosophy, special teams playbook, defensive playbook, and just keep moving. My job is to come in and be the best player I can be every day."
The New England Patriots will be back in the field on Week 5 of the NFL regular season. The Tom Brady squad will face off with the Dallas Cowboys on October 12, 4:25 pm ET, at the AT&T Stadium.