Andy Hart

Andy Hart

Longtime Patriots reporter Andy Hart joined WEEI on a full-time basis in June of 2019. As a columnist at WEEI.com, he will opine on the Patriots and all Boston sports. He will also continue to appear regularly on the radio. Most recently, Hart has been a frequent third voice on Dale & Keefe. His on-air relationship with WEEI dates back several years. Prior to joining WEEI, Hart served as the assistant editor for Patriots Football Weekly and writer for Patriots.com. He’s also been a contributor to NBC Sports Boston and served as an analyst for the Patriots' preseason TV broadcasts. 

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    Blog Post
    Maddie Meyer/Getty Images
    September 15, 2019 - 6:50 pm
    Patriots captain Devin McCourty was flagged 15-yards for “lowering the head to initiate contact” at the conclusion of a Josh Rosen-to-Allen Hurns completion in the fourth quarter of New England’s blowout win Sunday afternoon in Miami. While the veteran safety actually came around on the field to...
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    Eric Espada/Getty Images
    September 15, 2019 - 6:23 pm
    In two games, the Patriots defense has given up three total points while actually scoring a pair of touchdowns. In conjunction with the Tom Brady-led New England offense that resulted in a 33-3 home blowout of the Steelers on opening night and Sunday afternoon’s 43-0 domination of the Dolphins in...
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    Antonio Brown
    Jasen Vinlove/USA Today Sports
    September 15, 2019 - 4:12 pm
    Less than a week after arriving in New England, not only did Antonio Brown make his Patriots debut Sunday afternoon in the heat of Miami but he was a productive force for the offense from the second snap of the game. Tom Brady and Co. marched 60 yards in 10 plays to a 1-yard Sony Michel touchdown...
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    Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
    September 13, 2019 - 4:59 pm
    Antonio Brown has officially been a Patriot since Monday. He’s been on the practice field since Wednesday, meaning he has three days of work in New England with his new teammates, most notably quarterback Tom Brady. And Friday afternoon it was reported by multiple sources that the NFL will not...
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    Bob DeChiara/USA Today Sports
    September 13, 2019 - 3:55 pm
    The Patriots final Friday practice participation and injury report remained unchanged from earlier in the week as the team prepared to travel to Miami to take on the Dolphins. Right tackle Marcus Cannon (shoulder), tight end Matt LaCosse (ankle) and running back Brandon Bolden (hamstring) were all...
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    Josh Gordon
    Greg M. Cooper/USA Today Sports
    September 13, 2019 - 3:15 pm
    Josh Gordon would qualify as an expert witness in regards to an ultra-talented wide receiver with off-field baggage joining the Patriots passing attack in September with the season already underway. So it’s certainly worth noting what Gordon has seen from Antonio Brown in the new New England wide...
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    Jasen Vinlove/USA Today Sports
    September 13, 2019 - 6:44 am
    The Patriots were dominant in Week 1, blowing out the Steelers at Gillette Stadium 33-3. The Dolphins, on the other hand, were dominated by the Ravens 59-10. So it’s probably not surprising that the Patriots are nearly a three-touchdown favorite for their Week 2 trip to Miami, one of the largest...
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    Chase Winovich
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    September 12, 2019 - 5:09 pm
    FOXBOROUGH -- Chase Winovich was a star both on the Wolverines football team and around campus at the University of Michigan. Arriving in New England as a third-round pick, the rookie outside linebacker built a pretty swift following with some impressive preseason action this summer. That...
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    Harry How/Getty Images
    September 12, 2019 - 9:19 am
    The addition of talented but troubled wide receiver Antonio Brown to the Patriots’ roster has rekindled past tales of reclamation projects in New England. One of the most common names brought up as an example of Bill Belichick’s ability to handle difficult players is running back Corey Dillon...
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