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Follow Friday: Follow the Staff on Twitter!

As we turn into the off-season, make sure you're following everyone on Twitter!

Jim Rogash

Just a Public Service Announcement on a Friday: there is more than one way to follow the Pulpit!

We have a fantastic community here and I know that we spend too much time on football as it is (and is that really even possible?). But what if I could tell you that you could have even more Patriots football?!

I know, I know, this is bad timing because you're supposed to be writing your thesis (yes, you), or you're finishing your finals (many of you), or you're starting a new job, and you honestly don't know what more you need to know about football.

Well, our staff breathes football and in the spirit of "Follow Friday", feel free to reach out to us on Twitter!

Twitter used to be an extension of Facebook, where you post inane thoughts that no one really cares about. It has since developed into one of the premier sources of breaking news and discussion- it's just a matter of knowing who to "follow".

You can start with Greg's twitter, which is the official one for the site.

You can follow my twitter here, which is where I tend to float a lot of my football thoughts that aren't warranted a full post.

Adam has a twitter feedKevin has a twitter feed. I know many of you have your own "handles", so please post them in the comments!

I also recommend following ESPN's Mike Reiss and Field Yates, NESN's Doug Kyed, the Herald's Jeff Howe and Karen Guregian, the Globe's Ben Volin and Shalise Manza Young, WEEI's Chris Price, MassLive's Nick Underhill, ProJo's Mark Daniels, and CSN's Tom Curran.

Some other names you should follow are Erik Frenz, of the Boston Globe and the Bleacher Report, Ethan Hammerman (he wrote here for a while!), and Mike Dussault of Pats Propaganda.

There are Patriots players, former Patriots players, and many, many more people who are active. It's a pretty neat environment that I recommend you utilize, if not to participate, then at least to use as an immediate news source.

Let's get everyone involved as we head into the off-season stretch. Rookie OTAs start today. More news to come!