Patriots Plane Gets A Makeover For 6th Super Bowl TitleThe New England Patriots have given their plane a new look, making room for another Lombardi trophy on the "AirKraft."
Patriots Re-Sign Special Teamer Brandon KingThe Patriots have made a number of special teams signings this offseason. On Friday, they made one more.
Jamie Collins Contract Details Show Patriots Aren't Risking Much By Bringing Back LinebackerNFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the details of the contract signed by the 29-year-old linebacker, and the deal could be classified as team-friendly.
Duron Harmon Shares His Prediction For Game Of Thrones FinaleThe final season of Game of Thrones has a lot of friends arguing. That includes the best of friends in the New England Patriots locker room.
Patrick Peterson's Shot At Tom Brady Doesn't Look So Great Following Corner's PED SuspensionCardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson took a jab at Tom Brady during the Deflategate ordeal. He's likely regretting those four-year-old tweets on Thursday.
Tom Brady Sets Sights On A New Goal: 2,000 Career Rushing YardsSix Super Bowl trophies and being near the top of numerous passing stats isn't enough for Tom Brady. The 41-year-old appears ready to prove to the world that he's a worthy rusher as well.
Le'Veon Bell's Jets Career Off To Shaky Start, As Adam Gase Apparently Didn't Want To Pay HimLe'Veon Bell moved on, signing with the Jets for big bucks and brighter days. But, well, not so fast.
Patriots Bringing Back LB Jamie CollinsThe Patriots are bringing back free agent linebacker Jamie Collins.
Patriots Sign Top Pick N'Keal Harry To Rookie DealThe Patriots have locked up their top pick.
Gostkowski Glad To Be Back With Patriots, Would Like To Finish Career Where It All StartedFor the first time in his 13-year career, Stephen Gostkowski experienced free agency this offseason. And for a second there, it looked like he may be kicking somewhere other than New England next season.
Veteran Tight End Kyle Rudolph Could Hit Trade Market SoonVeteran tight end Kyle Rudolph could become available on the trade market in the near future. If that happens, there's a very good chance the Patriots will be among the teams interested in his services.
Steve Belichick Says Rodney Harrison Was His Favorite Football PlayerWhen the Patriots acquired Rodney Harrison before the 2003 season, the hard-hitting safety turned a lot of New Englanders into fans very quickly. One of those newfound fans happened to be the head coach's son.