New England Soccer Today

Revs Don ‘Do Your Job’ Tees Before Super Bowl

With their fellow Kraft Sports colleagues undertaking final preparations for Super Bowl LI, the Revolution took a moment during Saturday’s training in Casa Grande, Ariz. to send their best to the Patriots.

The squad donned t-shirts that sported Bill Belichick’s famous mantra – Do your job – and posed for a group photo, which hit social media about 24 hours before the big game.

Given how frequently the Revolution and Patriots cross paths at Gillette Stadium, it was no surprise to see coach Jay Heaps’ side shout out the AFC champions. Earlier this winter, goalkeeper Brad Knighton posted a photo of him and Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski on Instagram.

In fact, Knighton tweeted a picture from his seat at the AFC Championship Game, which he attended with teammate Diego Fagundez.

Additionally, Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe and Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman have been seen chatting with each other on a few occasions as both players have California roots.

Following the Patriots’ win in Super Bowl XLIX, a number of Revolution players sent congratulatory messages to the gridiron side.

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