Sean Wade discusses the differences between the Patriots and the Ravens
The Red Sox opens a series of three games tonight at 7:10 p.m. against the Orioles. Boston half game in New York for the last place in the American League.
On Saturday, Revolution hosts the Columbus Crew at Gillette Stadium at 7 p.m.
And on Sunday, the Patriots fly out to play on planes at 1 p.m.
Trading Wade during his rookie season is somewhat unusual, and that means the former Ohio State star must now acclimatize to the new NFL team for the second time in his first season.
It’s an interesting situation for Wadi, and he explained how he comes to the Patriots give a glimpse On how the two different organizations of the NFL operate.
“This adjustment, I won’t lie, it’s very difficult,” Wade told reporters Thursday. “Just going to Baltimore and learning their defense and how they play, how they train, coming here, it’s a completely different atmosphere. They train differently, they lift differently here, the coaches are different here, the system is different here. It’s just something I have to adapt to, and that’s part From life. You have to adapt in life, and this is something that I have to adapt to reach what I want in my goals.”
Wade went into detail about how New England and Baltimore differ in their exercise regimes.
According to Wadi, the Patriots focus more on creating explosives.
“Here, we’re doing a lot of legs,” Wade said. “In Baltimore, they do one leg, one arm, stuff like that. Here, you do a lot of legs. You’re on the bench and stuff like that, but every day is definitely leg day here. I see they really want to work on your blast here. That’s the first thing. Practically speaking, it’s kind of similar, because you have a lot of vet guys and they’re very intense. Maybe it’s more difficult in Baltimore, that would be the small difference. In terms of meetings, it’s probably the same.”
“Lifting is probably the most different thing, the game guide, because it’s a different language,” Wade concluded.
Despite the challenges of learning new concepts and adapting to differences, Wade – who described himself as a “winner” – said he’s happy to be with the Patriots.
“I won four official championships, a national minor league championship, [three] Big Ten Championships. “I’m a winner, and all I care about is winning,” Wade said. “So I’m on a winning program, and right now, all I care about is winning.”
Wade was inactive for the Patriots’ season-opening loss to the Dolphins in the first week, but with Stefon Gilmore still out, he could eventually earn some playing time.
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