Julian Edelman Shows Support For James White After Patriots-Seahawks

Julian Edelman showed some support for James White after the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks battle yesterday. The New England Patriots are currently in a bit of a rebuilding area right now. With Tom Brady leaving, it has been interesting to see how the Patriots have come out this season.

Bill Belichick is very excited about newly signed quarterback Cam Newton and what he can do on the field.

“He’s come in and do everything we’ve asked him to do,” Belichick told reporters. “He works hard. He’s obviously a very talented player and looking forward to continue to work with him. We’ll just take it day-by-day, but he’s given us everything he’s had and we’ve tried to put the team in the best position we can competitively. We’ll see how that all comes out. I’m sure a lot of things will change as the season goes along. We are where we are for right now and just keep trying to get better every day.”

Julian Edelman Shows Support For James White After Patriots-Seahawks

The Patriots are not without issues, though. One of the issues they had was with James White.

New England was without James White for their matchup with the Seattle Seahawks. The veteran running back’s father died on Sunday in a car accident. The accident also left his mother in critical condition. It was with heavy hearts that the Patriots played the game.

The Patriots gave their support to White from wire-to-wire at CenturyLink Field. Devin McCourty, who was the first to score on Sunday, gave White some thoughts as he crossed into the endzone. McCourty and another team leader Matthew Slater also gave their condolences to the White family after the game, during the post game press conferences.

Julian Edelman, who has been teammates with White since 2014, posted an image on Instagram with White on his mind.

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Bigger than football. ❤️

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What do you think about what Edelman posted recently? It was too bad to see them lose the game.