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Do Your Part
Do Your Part is an official Patriots podcast for players to dive into the issues and causes they are passionate about off the football field. From criminal justice reform to encouraging voting, Do Your Part will be a home to important and honest conversations with your favorite Patriots players. For more information about New England Patriots official podcasts, visit Patriots.com/podcasts.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 93 ratings
Where have I been?!
How did I not know this podcast existed?! Big Patriots fan who had no idea this gem was being recorded. Love the behind the scenes look at the team. Makes for awesome listening and great team insight. Keep it up!
KelT22 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/22/19
LFG!! Great pod!
Angelique and Mackenzie are great! They give an awesome perspective of Patriots players past and present, on and off the field. 5 stars!
Alex ❤️💙 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/10/19
Love the Podcast
My favorite part about listening is how much fun they seem to have producing it, the interviews are great and it seems like everyone involved is just generally happy doing it. Keep it up!
Tyrell Owegku via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/19
Recent Episodes
Every year, the NFL encourages players to participate in My Cause, My Cleats to highlight issues that matter most to them. On this special episode of Do Your Part, we hear from Devin McCourty, J.J. Taylor, Shilique Calhoun and Berj Najarian about their cleats and the organizations they’ve chosen...
Published 12/31/20
Brandon Copeland is a University of Pennsylvania professor, a philanthropist, an entrepreneur, a 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree and, oh yeah, a Patriots linebacker. On this episode of Do Your Part, Brandon talks to Angelique about developing his college course, his Beyond the Basics Foundation...
Published 12/07/20
On this episode of Do Your Part, Lawrence Guy talks about living with learning difficulties and what the Lawrence Guy Family Foundation has planned for Thanksgiving.  He also opens up about his grandfather, Addeliar D. Guy III, the first African-American judge on the state court bench in Nevada...
Published 11/21/20
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