New England Patriots Make Somber Return Home

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BOSTON, MA (WBZ-AM) – It was a somber atmosphere at Gillette Stadium as the New England Patriots return home following Super Bowl LII.

There was no big crowd to greet the team and the players remained out of public sight

While it was not the outcome that fans wanted to see but win or lose fans say they were on hand to cheer their team back home.

Fans were also curious about what happened to Malcolm Butler he was sidelined during Sunday’s game. Reporters were hoping to get some answers today from Butler himself or from any of the players.

Butler was spotted crying during the National Anthem right before kick off and former corner back Brandon Browner has been blasting coach Belichick in a series of tweets and posts on social media saying how Bill lost the game for Patriots nation.

Butler was a no show in the locker room in fact most of the players have not packed up their things. Only Devin McCourty showed up and he went in for a few minutes but all he said was "I have nothing to say."

WBZ NewsRadio1030's Bernice Corpuz reports.

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