New Bear Cordarrelle Patterson On Last Year's Super Bowl Win: "That Don't Mean (Bleep) To Me"

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New Bear Cordarrelle Patterson On Last Year’s Super Bowl Win: “That Don’t Mean (Bleep) To Me”

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Cordarrelle Patterson was a key cog in the New England Patriots’ run to Super Bowl glory.

Just don’t expect him to have any sentimentality about it:

OK, Cordarrelle. We hear you loud and clear!

Patterson collected 1,138 all-purpose yards as he contributed for the Pats as a return specialist, running back, and wide receiver in 2018. Every bit helped as he aided Tom Brady in his quest for a sixth Super Bowl ring and fulfilled what was likely a life-long dream in being on a title-winning squad. But moving forward, Patterson’s focus is on doing what he can to bring the Chicago Bears their first championship since stomping all over the Patriots in Super Bowl XX. I must say, I love the attitude from the new guy!

The unique combination of skills, production, and versatility Patterson possesses helped the Patriots get to the promised land again also led him to snag some fresh paper from the Bears in the offseason. If you’re not up to speed with what Patterson can do, you’ll want to check out our “Getting to Know” post from when the Bears signed the playmaker.

Head Coach Matt Nagy has big plans for Patterson, who will play the “Trojan” position in this offense. Patterson is a multi-purpose, do-it-all threat with speed to burn who can break off a score at a given moment. And while he has his ring and will always have fond memories of his time in New England, Patterson is ready to write a new chapter in Chicago. Hopefully, some special teams excellence from him will be part of a happy ending.


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Luis Medina

Luis is the Lead Writer at Bleacher Nation Bears, and you can find him on Twitter at @lcm1986.