Patriots

Chase Winovich has made it abundantly clear that he’s obsessed with New Hampshire

"Ok this is real talk... New Hampshire has everything."

Chase Winovich is entering year three with the Patriots. Stew Milne/AP Photo

Many New Englanders exclusively visit the Cape. Others frequent Vermont to see the foliage. Plenty more head up to Maine to enjoy the wilderness.

Everyone has an opinion about which part of the region is most worthy of a visit, and Chase Winovich has made his stance very obvious over the past few months.

“Ok this is real talk… New Hampshire has everything,” the Patriots defensive end tweeted Tuesday. “One moment you’re on a mountain, 30 minutes later you can be surfing, and in the same day you can be walking on the beach with someone else’s pet goats. God Tier State!!!”

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The New Hampshire Fisher Cats cordially invited him to throw out the first pitch this summer in Manchester.

This isn’t the first time Winovich has raved about The Granite State, and it likely won’t be the last.

He called Portsmouth a “special” town because of the place, the people, and the energy and referenced its historical significance.

He also changed his Twitter bio’s location to Portsmouth in mid-February, tweeting: “I will find a place to rent. Speak it into existence.” Winovich, who grew up in Pennsylvania, asked if anyone would be willing to rent him a house “for a very pretty penny and a lifetime of gratitude.”

He also said that if he had infinite money he would buy a mansion in New Hampshire. Winovich is under contract through the 2022 season, and if his career trajectory continues in the direction it’s heading, it’s possible he’ll be able to live out that dream then.

The first batch of tweets came back in January – when he expressed his admiration and said he’s moving his offseason operations to Portsmouth – and his stance hasn’t changed since.

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