• Welcome to America's Finest Sports Forum and Podcast!

    afsportsforum.com is one of the largest online communities covering San Diego sports. We host a regular podcast during the major seasons. You are currently viewing our community forums as a guest user.

    Sign Up or

    Having an account grants you additional privileges, such as creating and participating in discussions. Furthermore, we hide most of the ads once you register as a member!

Bruschi to practice with Patriots

Is this guy totally fu&$ing NUTZ??

Dude you had a stroke 8 months ago now you wanna play football? I know Billicheck wanta to win, and the Patriots are getting killed by injuries but is this really worth it? This reminds my of the character "Sharky", that Lawrence Taylor played in the movie
Any Given Sunday

This is way beyond love for the game. This is insane.

See full article below:
I agree. He's great at what he does, but that is not a good decision from a health and well-being perspective. The stroke is a hint and a half Teddy, you are not Superman.


FU Spanos and Dundon
Staff member
I wouldn't take the risk. He's already won 3 championships and is set for life financially. Plus he is nowhere near game shape. I just hope nothing bad happens to guy.

LT teh ghost

Well-Known Member
Look it at it from a distance i would have to say don't go back.....but if i was faced with that situation i would probably want to go back too
I admire his love for the game. But you have to ask the question, "Is it worth it"? also "Will I really make a difference"? The Pats are 3-3 and the other young LB's are getting some valuable play time. Even if they don't win the division, their offense gives them a good chance at winning one of the Wild Card spots.

Bellichick and his doctors should of advised him to sit out the season.