Matthew Slater: No Place In Football For Dirty PlaysPatriots special teams captain Matthew Slater joined Toucher & Rich on Tuesday to discuss the team's win over the Bengals, and some dirty hits that were thrown their way.
Patriots Ready To Rally Around Jacoby BrissettThe Patriots will have to add a quarterback or two to the depth chart, but players are ready to rally around rookie Jacoby Brissett.
Gronkowski, Hightower Serving As First-Time Captains For PatriotsThe Patriots' group of captains this year involves two newcomers.
Patriots Reportedly Sign Matthew Slater To 1-Year ExtensionThe Patriots have awarded their special teams leader with a contract extension.
Toucher & Rich: Scientist Matthew Slater Not A Fan Of Experiments With KickoffsSomehow, some way, Patriots special teams ace Matthew Slater became a bit of a legendary figure on the Toucher & Rich program.
Patriots' Slater 'Disappointed' About Talks Of NFL Eliminating KickoffsThe Patriots' special teams ace does not see kickoffs as too big of a safety hazard.
Brady Looks Forward To His 17th Meeting Against ManningNew England quarterback Tom Brady enjoys his rivalry with Denver's QB, none other than Peyton Manning.
Matthew Slater Offers Support For Chandler JonesSpecial teams captain Matthew Slater didn't feel comfortable discussing Chandler Jones' situation, but told 98.5 The Sports Hub's Zolak & Bertrand that the New England locker room supports their teammate.
Patriots Looking Ahead Despite Poor Finish To Regular SeasonNew England isn't dwelling on its current two-game losing streak.
Brady: How Patriots Play In 2 Weeks 'All That Really Matters'The Patriots are determined to get better during their postseason bye week.
Slater On Sports Final: You Don't Question Belichick's DecisionsPatriots special teams captain spoke about Bill Belichick's decision to kick off to the New York Jets in overtime on Sunday, saying New England players will never questions Belichick's decisions.
No Confusion: Patriots Wanted To Kick Off To Start Overtime Vs. JetsMake no mistake, the Patriots said there was no confusion on Sunday about their decision to kick the ball away at the start of overtime against the New York Jets.