Four Ups, Four Downs: Brady, Belichick Brilliant In 43-17 Victory Over BengalsIt didn't take long for the Patriots to answer just about every single question with an emphatic flair.
Patriots-Bengals Pregame News & NotesLevan Reid passes along some news and notes for the upcoming Patriots-Bengals showdown at Gillette Stadium.
Collins, Dennard Among 6 Patriots Questionable vs. RaidersNew England Patriots linebacker Jamie Collins was limited all week in practice, and is one of six players listed as "questionable" for Sunday's home opener against the Oakland Raiders.
Patriots-Vikings Live Blog: Pats Crush Vikings 30-7Follow along for all the updates as the Patriots go for their first win of the season against the Vikings in Minneapolis.
Dennard Removed From PUP List, Practices With PatriotsPatriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard is off the PUP list and back on the practice field.
Report: Dobson, Dennard Among Patriots To Begin Camp On PUPTraining camp gets underway on Thursday for the New England Patriots, but a handful of players will not be taking the field when it begins.
Patriots Secondary Preview: Darrelle Revis Can Completely Reshape Passing DefenseDarrelle Revis is just one man, but his mere presence completely changes the scope of the Patriots' defense.
Report: Patriots Among Teams Interested In CB Brandon FlowersThe New England Patriots have already added Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner to their defensive backfield, but are reportedly looking to bring in another veteran corner.
Howe On Toucher & Rich: Wilfork Ahead Of Schedule In Rehab From Achilles InjuryHerald beat writer Jeff Howe called in to talk Patriots OTAs, including Jimmy Garoppolo, Vince Wilfork, Darrelle Revis, Alfonzo Dennard and much more.
Report: Alfonzo Dennard Released From JailThe Patriots cornerback was released from an adult detention center in Lancaster County, Nebraska after serving 35 out of a possible 60 days for violating his probation.
Patriots' Dennard Reports To Nebraska Jail New England Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard reported to a Lincoln jail Saturday to begin his 60-day term for a 2012 assault on a police officer.