For its eighth annual corn maze, Schartner Farms in Bolton went with a goat theme — or, rather, a “GOAT” theme. The farm used Tom Brady as inspiration, said farm manager Eric Schartner. Spanning five acres, “the GOAT maze” is designed to look like the Patriots quarterback is getting ready to throw a football next to the letters “G,” “O,” “A,” and “T.” The design also features a Super Bowl trophy. Schartner said that “[Brady] should be featured every year,” despite the Pats’ loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII this past February. This is the first time that the family-run farm (Schartner is fourth-generation) has debuted a Brady-themed maze. (In 2017, Sauchuk’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch in Plympton had a No. 12 maze.) Last year, Schartner Farms featured a maze with a duck, jellyfish, seashell, horse, the sun, and the Statue of Liberty; it was designed by local … [Read more...] about You can get lost in this Tom Brady-themed corn maze
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bob Hohler Globe Staff December 20, 2015 The Patriots, in an unusual departure from National Football League practice, have created a revenue stream for a private business owned by their franchise quarterback, Tom Brady, and a partner who faced federal sanctions after falsely presenting himself as a medical doctor and deceptively promoting nutritional supplements.One notable product that Brady’s partner, Alejandro “Alex” Guerrero, promoted — and the quarterback enthusiastically endorsed — was marketed as helping to prevent and heal concussions, a grave health issue for NFL players and a challenge to the sport’s image. The Federal Trade Commission effectively shut down sales of Guerrero’s “neuroprotective’’ drink, Neurosafe, in 2014, repudiating his “extraordinary claims.’’Nine years … [Read more...] about Patriots pay a business owned by Tom Brady and Alex Guerrero, a partner with a dubious past
Sandwiched alphabetically in the 2018 Patriots media guide, between a single page for rookie receiver Braxton Berrios and two for fourth-year defensive tackle Malcom Brown, is all the fundamental information on Tom Brady even a Patriots diehard could desire. It includes his basic bio, game-by-game data from his 18 previous seasons, and a full inventory of accolades and achievements, many of which are unmatched in professional football history. To tell Brady’s story in this no-frills, just-the-facts way requires 28 pages. But it still doesn’t touch the most important chapter of his story: The one that comes next. How can he thrive at 41, an age when no quarterback before him has? “How long can this guy do this? I don’t know. It’s crazy, it’s crazy. We saw Brett Favre play well at 40 to 41, and then it stopped,’’ said Steve Mariucci, an NFL Network analyst who was an assistant coach with the Packers during Favre’s youth and later … [Read more...] about The age-old question: How good can Tom Brady be this year?
Despite two trips to the Super Bowl, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says the past few seasons haven’t always been the most enjoyable. “The last couple years, a lot of parts about football weren’t enjoyable when they should have been,” Brady said in the epilogue of “Tom vs. Time,” which dropped Wednesday. “Some of it was my approach, and I think, you know, any time you’re with people for a long period of time, relationships ebb and flow.” Several reports over the past year have detailed the growing discontent among Brady, coach Bill Belichick, and owner Robert Kraft. The trio reportedly disagrees on several of issues, including the role of Brady’s trainer Alex Guerrero. The Patriots addressed some of the reports in a statement in January, calling the claims “unsubstantiated, highly exaggerated, or flat-out inaccurate.” “I think people are just looking for something to write, talk about,” Brady said in … [Read more...] about Tom Brady opens up about his unusual offseason
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Much was made about how Tom Brady neglected to shake hands with Nick Foles after Super Bowl LII, as is the custom. Further, Foles mentioned a few weeks later that he had yet to speak to Brady after earning MVP honors in the Philadelphia Eagles’ 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots.The same teams will take the field Thursday in a Super Bowl rematch, albeit in a meaningless preseason game. Given the opponent, Foles was once again asked whether or not he has heard from Brady in the months since the big game. “No, we haven’t” Foles said of whether or not he’s spoken with Brady, via NJ.com. “We have a lot going on in our lives, so, in time.”Foles of course has been on whirlwind of sorts since his heroic performance in the Super Bowl. The standard media tour of course occupied much of his time, as did promoting the release of his book.Brady, as is often the case, occupied his offseason with glamorous … [Read more...] about Nick Foles still downplaying lack of contact with Tom Brady since SB