Tim Bulman leaned how to play football in New England. Now he's back, with a chance for a spot on his hometown team.
The Milton, Mass. native who starred at both Boston College and BC High was signed to a one-year deal by the Patriots, according to Pro Football Talk.
Bulman has spent the last six seasons with the Texans, playing in 41 games, including 10 last season. He was undrafted out of BC in 2005 but was signed by Arizona and played eight games for the Cardinals.
By acquiring the 6-foot-4, 281-pound defensive lineman, the Patriots have filled their 90th spot on their active roster one day before the start of training camp.
The Quick Slants guys talk about Antonio Brown's Facebook live video and how the New England Patriots would approach the situation.
Dan Koppen, Jerod Mayo, and Mike Giardi discuss the upcoming AFC Championship game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jerod Mayo draws up a plan for defending running back Le’Veon Bell. Antonio Brown’s Facebook Live controversy is also broached.
2:30 Recapping the win over Houston
6:09 Improving pass protection vs Steelers
8:18 Antonio Brown’s Facebook Live controversy
13:00 Defending Le’Veon Bell
17:35 Importance of tackling vs Steelers and Ben Roethlisberger
20:19 The rivalry with Pittsburgh
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