Patriots reportedly take field trip to Fenway Park in place of OTAs Monday

Ryan Hannable
June 11, 2018 - 9:11 pm

This is the final week of the Patriots voluntary offseason workout program, which had four OTA sessions scheduled, but Bill Belichick changed things up a bit as he's done in the past.

Most years Belichick takes the team away from the field one day for a team-building activity usually to see a movie, but this year was a little different.

According to ESPN's Mike Reiss, the players who were at Gillette Stadium on Monday were greeted with coach buses and then led by a police escort, they were taken to Fenway Park for some team bonding. With the Red Sox on the road, they had the whole place to themselves. The Boston Herald's Karen Guregian added they played corn hole and other games.

Two players who were not present were Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, as they reportedly will not participate in the final week of the voluntary offseason program. The only thing both players have been present for this offseason was the mandatory minicamp last week.

The team should return to the field Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, with Thursday's OTA session being open to the media.

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