NFL teams looking for a new general manager were expected to make a hard run at Nick Caserio this offseason, but he won’t be leaving New England anytime soon.
BOSTON (CBS) — The NFL Draft is almost here. This year’s draft was pushed back a few weeks, giving NFL teams a little extra time to do their homework on all the prospects hoping to […]
Nothing against Matthew Mulligan or Michael Hoomanawanui, but in order for the offense to move forward the Patriots need a tight end who can complement Rob Gronkowski.
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com appeared Wednesday on Felger & Massarotti and told us about some rule changes coming to the NFL.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Monday, January 27th from Radio Row in New York City for Super Bowl XLVIII.
New England Patriots Director of Player Personnel Nick Caserio has reportedly turned down the Miami Dolphins’ offer to become their next general manager.
In just a matter of days this week, the Patriots’ coaching staff has undergone major changes. Might the front office be in for a shake-up as well?
Andy Gresh thinks the Patriots should, and will draft a tight end – but which prospects should be on the radar of New England fans?
The Patriots offseason began two weeks and one duckboat parade shorter than what fans had hoped for, so now we look forward to the free agency period and which players will be back with the team.
Now is the time for the Patriots to look toward the future in building their roster for 2014, where Bill Belichick, Nick Caserio and company have some tough personnel decisions on the horizon.