The owner of the New England Patriots recently shelled out more than $250 million in total contractual value to upgrade the team's roster through free agency.
In an exclusive interview, the Krafts discuss the $16 million they've committed to charitable efforts over the past year and -- of course -- Tom Brady.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft didn't want Tom Brady to play for any other team. Kraft told reporters that "everybody knew" he wanted his former quarterback, who departed
Some might say that writing checks totaling at least $160 million guaranteed to NFL free agents gives Patriots owner Bob Kraft the right to criticize the poor draft record that required the team to go on a record-setting spending spree. ESPN analyst Jeff Saturday, a former NFL offensive lineman, disagrees. Appearing on ESPN’s “Get Up!”, Saturday
New England's poor draft history isn't lost on Robert Kraft
Kraft knows New England still needs to find its true successor to Tom Brady
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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he believes right-hander Trevor Bauer is being “singled out” by Major League Baseball after umpires in Oakland collected several baseballs he threw in his last start, apparently to examine for foreign substances. Roberts also acknowledged Friday that he has noticed umpires
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and his son, Jonathan, reflect on their charitable efforts during the pandemic and using the team's stadium as a hub for relief programs, testing and -- finally -- vaccinations.