The Super Bowl exploits the Patriot again and will fight the old one again in the new season.

Legaret Bronte has been away from New England patriots jerseys for two years, but he has never forgotten how he felt when he left.

Blount once lost in the draft convention because of off court issues, and then joined the Patriots twice. In the 2016 season, Bronte made his career’s greatest performance for the Patriots, scoring 299 shots, 1,1161 yards, and 18 touchdowns (team record) were all career highs, winning the Super Bowl with the team. Last season the Patriots didn’t want to waste too much time on Bronte, so they threw Bronte a small contract, attitude is very obvious: either to sign, or to leave. It’s a long-standing business principle of the patriots: they decide the value of the players, and they don’t want to pay any more. If you hesitate, do not give away. This makes Blount who has always wanted to get a raise very unhappy. He angrily left New England and joined the Philadelphia Eagle jerseys.

The Philadelphia Eagle met Patriots in the 52nd Super Bowl jerseys in February, winning their first ever Lumbardi Cup with Bronte’s counter-attack on the Eagle. This week, in an interview with online media, Bronte said he was “not respected at all” despite his peak season with the Patriots.

In’s American competition. “I didn’t like the ending there,” Bronte said. “I told them how much I wanted to stay there, how much I wanted to continue working for them, and I didn’t want to leave, but they didn’t want to reach an agreement with me. I didn’t feel I had any respect.” Then Bronte added that this was why he thought it was “perfect” to defeat patriots when he played for the Eagle.

In fact, the Patriots deserve no interest in Bronte, which is consistent with the team’s annual post-season selection strategy, and they never waste their salary space on the running guard. The former Tampa Bay Pirates player may have had a brilliant moment under Brady, but his two-year average has been declining, from 5.0 in 2013 to 4.4 in 2014 to 4.3 and 3.9 yards. Despite its outstanding contribution to the tele area, the patriots may not think Blount deserves a raise.

In March, Bronte had a similar situation with the Eagle, and the defending champion had no intention of renewing his contract and letting him enter the free market. Meanwhile, the Detroit Lions signed Brent for $4.5 million a year, and new Lions coaches Matt Patricia and Brent worked with the Patriots. Blount, 31, played 173 times in Philadelphia last season, advancing 766 yards and gaining 2 touchdown. In his eight years of career, he pushed the ball 5881 yards, scored 51 touches and participated in 11 playoffs.

What is interesting is that in September 23rd of this year, Blount will meet with his old patriot again.