3 Veteran Defensive Ends Patriots Could Sign To Help Pass RushIf Bill Belichick wants to go outside the organization to find help for the Patriots' pass rush, here are three options.
What To Watch For: How Much Will Patriots Starters Play Against Texans?The Patriots continue their preseason slate in prime time on Saturday night, squaring off against a familiar foe in the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium.
Belichick: Falcons' 28-3 Lead Didn't Factor Into Patriots' OffseasonBill Belichick talked about how much the Falcons' 28-3 Super Bowl lead factored into the Patriots' offseason.
Report: Patriots 'Fear' Derek Rivers Has Season-Ending Knee InjuryThe Patriots "fear" that the injury suffered by rookie defensive end Derek Rivers will end his season.
Tom Brady Took Notes At Special Teams Meeting On First Day Of Training CampTom Brady loves football. Really, really loves football.
Massarotti: Should We Make Anything Of Tom Brady's Second-Half 'Decline' In Last 3 Seasons?Tom Brady’s mortality is obviously a sensitive subject, so Tony Massarotti treads lightly here.
Will Any Patriots Starters Play Against Texans?The Boston Herald's Jeff Howe joined 98.5 The Sports Hub's Toucher & Rich on Thursday morning, and thinks we should get at least a quick glance of the Patriots' first-teamers in Houston.
Roche: Tom Brady Still On Quest For PerfectionThe Patriots and Texans held their second joint practice Wednesday on a much better weather day than Tuesday.
Patriots Fans Are The 'Least Dateable,' Survey FindsFanatics says 17 percent of the 2,900 people surveyed said they’d never date a Pats fan.
Tom Brady Discusses Deshaun Watson, Roger Federer, Training Camp Frustrations And MoreBecause we don't hear from the Patriots quarterback too often, and because the back-and-forth with reporters traveled in a number of different directions, here is the full conversation.
Tom Brady On Rigors Of Practicing At 40: 'I'm Never Sore'Tom Brady must be sore after practice as a 40-year-old, right? Not so fast.
Hurley: NFL Releases Sanctimonious Statement On Domestic Violence VictimsFor the NFL to act as a moral beacon on domestic violence is the peak of hypocrisy.

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