Super Bowl

Live updates from Super Bowl LII: Patriots vs. Eagles

Follow the latest reports as Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the New England Patriots face Nick Foles, Doug Pederson, and the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 52.

Get the latest sports alerts sent directly to your phone. Download the Boston.com mobile app on your Apple or Android device.

Here’s a look at the Patriots’ last attempt (10:40 p.m.)

The Eagles defeat the Patriots 41-33 to win Super Bowl LII (10:17 p.m.)

A 46-yard Jake Elliott field goal puts the Eagles up eight, 41-33 with 1:05 left in the game (10:11 p.m.)

Tom Brady fumbles with just over 2 minutes remaining in the game, giving the ball back to the Eagles, who lead by five (10:07 p.m.)

The Eagles take back the lead with 2:21 remaining in the game on a touchdown pass from Nick Foles to Zach Ertz. This touchdown also survives review. The Eagles don’t convert on another two-point try, 38-33 Eagles (10:02 p.m.)

The Patriots take their first lead of the game as Tom Brady hits Rob Gronkowski in the corner of the end zone, 33-32 Patriots (9:43 p.m.)

A 42-yard Jake Elliott field goal extends the Eagles lead to six, 32-26, early in the fourth quarter (9:28 p.m.)

The touchdowns keep coming. This time Tom Brady finds Chris Hogan in the end zone to pull the Patriots back within three, 29-26 (9:16 p.m.)

The Eagles answer as Nick Foles throws a strike to Corey Clement for a touchdown. Clement’s catch stands on review, and the Eagles now lead 29-19 (9:08 p.m.)

Tom Brady finds Rob Gronkowski for a Patriots touchdown on the first drive of the second half to cut the Eagles lead to three, 22-19 (8:52 p.m.)

Here are some halftime notes and a clip from Justin Timberlake’s performance (8:47 p.m.)

Halftime: Eagles 22, Patriots 12 (8:11 p.m.)

Eagles score 4th-down touchdown on trick play, lead 22-12 (8:09 p.m.)

Patriots’ James White scores on 26-yard run. Stephen Gostkowski misses extra point, 15-12 Eagles (7:57 p.m.)

Patriots’ Duron Harmon intercepts Nick Foles (7:50 p.m.)

Patriots’ Stephen Gostkowski hits a 45-yard field goal, 15-6 Eagles (7:40 p.m.)

Eagles’ LeGarrette Blount finds the end zone on a 21-yard run. Eagles don’t convert on two-point try, lead 15-3 (7:36 p.m.)

After the Eagles failed to get a first down and punted, Patriots receiver Brandin Cooks took a big hit from Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins. He’s been ruled out of the game (7:25 p.m.)

Patriots’ Stephen Gostkowski misses 26-yard field goal after bobbled snap, still 9-3 Eagles (7:17 p.m.)

Eagles’ Nick Foles connects with Alshon Jeffery for a 34-yard touchdown, but Jake Elliott misses extra point, 9-3 Eagles (7:07 p.m.)

Patriots match Eagles on their first drive with Stephen Gostkowski field goal, 3-3 (6:56 p.m.)

Eagles kick field goal on opening drive, take 3-0 lead (6:45 p.m.)

Watch Pink sing the National Anthem (6:30 p.m.)

Watch Leslie Odom Jr. sing ‘America the Beautiful’ and the teams take the field (6:28 p.m.)

Watch Tom Brady take the field (5:40 p.m.)

Patriots take field for warmups (5:10 p.m.)

Patriots offensive tackle LaAdrian Waddle warms up.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft greets defensive tackle Ricky Jean Francois.

Patriots and Eagles announce inactives (4:40 p.m.)

Tom Brady to Jim Gray: ‘You’re gonna see me playing football next year’ (4:33 p.m.)

Listen to the full interview over at Westwood One Sports.

Bill Belichick is in the building (4:04 p.m.)

Patriots coach Bill Belichick and girlfriend Linda Holliday.

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.

Eagles coach Doug Pederson.

Eagles quarterback Nick Foles.

Eagles running back LeGarrette Blount.

Gisele Bundchen posts pre-Super Bowl photo (3:53 p.m.)

Let’s go Pats!!!! ❤️?

A post shared by Gisele Bündchen (@gisele) on

The Patriots and Eagles arrive at U.S. Bank Stadium (3:11 p.m.)

Olivia Culpo appears to be ready for the Super Bowl (3:01 p.m.)

Advertisement:

More: Olivia Culpo talks her Boston roots, growing career, and Patriots fandom

Watch Al Horford’s game-winning shot (2:53 p.m.)

Sunday is off to a good start for Patriots fans who also root for the Celtics. Al Horford hit a buzzer beater to put the C’s past the Trail Blazers 97-96.

Philadelphia police have reportedly upgraded from Crisco to thwart pole climbers (2:16 p.m.)

Out with the Crisco, in with the hydraulic fluid.

According to ESPN, after Crisco failed to prevent reveling Eagles fans from climbing on poles after the NFC Championship Game, Philadelphia police called an audible — and are using “hydraulic fluid” on Broad Street poles before the Super Bowl. From ESPN:

The crew tasked with applying a slippery substance to poles had labeled themselves the “Crisco Cops” for the NFC Championship. This time the crew that was working up and down Broad Street, where much of the postgame action is expected to unfold, some six hours before kickoff, went with “Pole Patrol.”

Read the full story over on ESPN.com.

Here’s a sneak peek at the Super Bowl commercials (1:59 p.m.)

If you can’t wait, a lot of Super Bowl commercials are already online. Check out these links for more:

Watch Scott Zolak’s pre-Super Bowl interview with Tom Brady (1:12 p.m.)

Patriots post ‘behind the scenes’ video of photo day (1:01 p.m.)

The Patriots had their team photo taken Saturday at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Speaking of U.S. Bank Stadium, gates opened at 1 p.m.

Here’s an early look inside U.S. Bank Stadium (12:38 p.m.)

Watch the fifth episode of Tom Brady’s ‘Tom vs. Time’ (12:01 p.m.)

Video may take a moment to load.

S1:E5 The Spiritual Game

For New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, football is more than a game – it’s a spiritual vocation. Football is what gives his life purpose. But the clock is ticking, Tom’s children are growing up fast, and his wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, is losing patience with Tom’s all-consuming devotion to his sport. Time is all we have – and Tom is painfully aware of it. How much longer can he keep playing the sport he loves?

Posted by Versus On Watch on Sunday, February 4, 2018

More: Episode 5 of ‘Tom vs. Time’ explores talk of retirement and football’s spiritual elements

Patriots players tell Andrea Kremer what it’s like inside the locker room (11:49 a.m.)

NFL Network’s Andrea Kremer sat down with Patriots’ players to get the inside scoop on the team’s locker room atmosphere.

An emotional Randy Moss talks about making the Hall of Fame (11:34 a.m.)

Prudential Center lights up for Patriots (11:20 a.m.)

The Prudential Center in Boston was lit up Saturday night with a pro-Patriots message:

‘Saturday Night Live’ takes on Patriots, Eagles fans (11 a.m.)

“Saturday Night Live” took on Patriots and Eagles fans twice this weekend.

Advertisement:

Tina Fey, who grew up outside Philly, and Rachel Dratch, a Lexington native, returned for a Revolutionary War-era sketch.

Also, “Weekend Update” anchor Colin Jost took a shot at both fanbases with one joke — for the second week in a row.

‘Goat’ in Tom Brady jersey gets a ride on Bruins’ Zamboni (10:41 a.m.)

A “goat” wearing a Tom Brady jersey took a ride on the Bruins’ Zamboni during Saturday’s game against the Maple Leafs. The B’s won 4-1.

Tom Brady, Julian Edelman post hype videos ahead of Super Bowl LII (10:18 a.m.)

Tom Brady and Julian Edelman posted hype videos to social media Saturday, and Brady did so again on Sunday. Watch them below:

A post shared by Tom Brady (@tombrady) on

There is a storm coming #LFG

A post shared by Tom Brady (@tombrady) on

24 hours and counting ⏱#letsgoooooooo #SBLII

A post shared by Julian Edelman (@edelman11) on

Tom Brady wins MVP, Randy Moss makes Hall of Fame, and more to get you caught up this Super Bowl Sunday (10:10 a.m.)

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the NFL’s 2017 Most Valuable Player on Saturday.

Julian Edelman accepted the award on Brady’s behalf:

Also on Saturday, former Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, with a class including Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher, and Terrell Owens. Watch the moment Moss found out:

In addition, it was picture day at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday:

The New England Patriots assemble for their team photo in U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday.

Family and Football ❤️ #gopats

A post shared by Tom Brady (@tombrady) on

❤️

A post shared by Gisele Bündchen (@gisele) on

More links to get you caught up: