Michael Hoomanawanui

New Orleans Saints #84 - Tight End

  • Born: 07/04/88
  • Age: 33
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 265
  • Seasons: 2010

Patriots rookie comparisons: TE Dalton Keene


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Michael Thomas picks off Tom Brady to lock himself into Miami Dolphins lore - An underdog story


Coming out of Stanford in 2012, defensive back Michael Thomas went undrafted before signing with the San Francisco 49ers. He was seen as a developmental safety for the team, someone who they liked...

Throwback Thursday: Tom Brady’s Top Ten Games Since 2009 - Number 9


It was a tough fight in the AFC Divisional round, but Brady did Brady things

Scouting report: LSU TE Thaddeus Moss


Moss might be the best blocking tight end the Patriots can get in this year’s draft.

Future Patriots from the past decade of Senior Bowls


Since 2010, the Patriots have drafted 36 Senior Bowl participants.

Film room: 20 personnel is the latest wrinkle in the Patriots’ playbook


The Patriots have started the process of replacing Rob Gronkowski... by not replacing him at all.

Patriots vs. Steelers: Fan Notes from the Game


Notes, musings, and observations from the New England Patriots’ 33-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The future Patriots on the 2011 Rams roster


A long line of 2011 Rams have made stops in New England over the years since.

New England Patriots links 5/01/19 - Everybody loves Chase Winovich


Daily news and links for Wednesday.

2019 Saints free agency and rumor tracker


The free agency frenzy is about to kick into overdrive with the start of the new league year. How will the Saints attack this year with so many big names already off the board? Keep up with all the...

NFL Free Agency: Biggest needs for the Saints


New Orleans is in a pretty good spot when it comes to their team needs facing free agency, but they still have some areas to address.

New Orleans Saints set to hit free agency in 2019


24 players could be back in black and gold next season, but the reality is the vast majority won’t be.