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Video: Patriots Wide Receiver Julian Edelman Shows Off His FIFA 18 Goodies

Video: Patriots Wide Receiver Julian Edelman Shows Off His FIFA 18 Goodies

With FIFA 18 hitting shelves last week, EA Sports have sent gift packages to some of sport’s biggest names, with New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman the latest on the list.

And while Edelman might have made his name catching 20-yard passes from his quarterback Tom Brady, EA have still bestowed him with an impressive gold stats card.

Edelman is of course a huge fan of the franchise and has Tweeted in the past about playing the game while he’s not suited up and making plays in Foxborough

So, as you’d expect, it was a pretty big deal for the two-time Super Bowl champion when he opened his FIFA gift pack this week:

 

Unfortunately for Edelman, he will have plenty of time to perfect his FIFA skills this year after an ACL tear ruled him out for the entire 2017 season.

And the Super Bowl champions have struggled in his absence, losing two of their opening five games.

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