What did we learn from Super Bowl XLVII? Lots of things.
Mike Felger, Chris Price, and Kirk Minihane go over a few things they took away after the Niners beat the Ravens, 34-31.
The first, though, has to do with Joe Flacco. Whether you think he's Top 5 or Top 50, it doesn't matter. He's a Super Bowl champion and has proven that he can win late in the season -- and at the latest point in the season.
What about Jim Harbaugh? We learned for sure that he's a bit of a sore loser... He had nothing but complaints after losing the Super Bowl, and didn't take any blame for the play calling when the Niners had a chance to pull ahead in the final minutes.
The guys learned a lot more too, including something about the Patriots, so check out the video.
Mike Giardi and Phil Perry join SNC from Gillette Stadium with takes on how the New England Patriots will approach the quarterback reps in training camp.
Training camp practices begin on Thursday for the Patriots, but the team will be without a handful of projected starters when workouts begin.
Receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola, running back Dion Lewis, tight end Clay Harbor and offensive linemen Sebastian Vollmer, Shaq Mason and Tre' Jackson will all begin on the active/physically unable to play list.
All players on active/PUP will count against the team's active 90-man roster, but none will be eligible to practice until they come off of the PUP list. Players can be removed from PUP at any time.
Lewis, Harbor and Mason all participated in spring practices at some point, but their inclusion on the PUP list indicates that they could use more time to heal. Edelman, Amendola, Jackson and Vollmer were not spotted during spring practices that were open to the media.
Other players who were not seen during spring camps -- such as Logan Ryan, Duron Harmon, Nate Solder, LeGarrette Blount and Josh Kline -- have not been added to the PUP list at this time and could be available for camp when practices begin.
The NFL and NFLPA have unveiled a new concussion protocol enforcement policy, which can take draft picks from offending teams.
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