Patriots receiver Wes Welker and guard Logan Mankins have withdrawn from this weekend’s NFL Pro Bowl.
The Patriots special teams unit struggled last weekend against the Houston Texans, and knows they need to tighten things up against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship game.
Patriots blogger Levan Reid takes a look at a trio of Patriots players heading into Sunday’s playoff game against the Houston Texans.
Matthew Slater is humbled by his second straight Pro Bowl selection. Just don’t send him an airplane ticket to the game in Honolulu a week before the Super Bowl.
Wes Welker, Matthew Slater and Zoltan Mesko were among the Patriots that took part in the “Wrap-A-Pat” race.
Patriots running back Kevin Faulk will retire on Tuesday, and as teammates remember, was “second to none” when it came to his locker room leadership.
An odd feeling set into the Patriots locker room Thursday afternoon with players actually excited about referees.
The New England Patriots have named their team captains for the 2012 season.
Now that Welker has officially signed on the dotted line, it’s a good time to take a comprehensive look at the depth chart and try to guess which wide receivers will still be on the roster for Week 1.
The New England Patriots are close to bringing back one of their best players on special teams.
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