Cordarrelle Patterson says winning the Super Bowl with Patriots ‘doesn’t mean s—” to him
Every player in the NFL has his own reasons for playing in the NFL: accolades, money, championships, or something else. Former New England Patriots receiver Cordarrelle Patterson let people know how he felt winning the Super Bowl.
In a recent interview with Justin Turpin of Redline Media, Patterson said winning the Super Bowl “doesn’t mean s—” to him. You could tell Turpin was surprised with the answer the receiver gave to his question.
“I’m on a new team, so it’s a new opportunity for me to bring my legacy… onto another team,” Patterson said. “So whatever happened last year in the past, that’s in the past. I’m trying to just move forward.”
Last year, Cordarrelle Patterson played with the Patriots and was used as an offensive weapon as a running back and receiver. The dynamic receiver was used as a kick returner as well.
With the Patriots, Patterson totaled 63 touches on offense, which was the most he has been given in one season. Throughout his career, Patterson has done most of his work as a returner on special teams.
Patterson signed with the Patriots in hopes to win a Super Bowl. He finished the season with a ring on his finger. That doesn’t mean much to the receiver after he signed with the Chicago Bears this offseason.
The veteran wideout is hoping to help a Bears team — which went 12-4 in 2018 — reach a Super Bowl this season. If he wins another Super Bowl with his new team, maybe it will mean something to him…
until the 2020 season.