Sports Final: Free Agency Not Perfect For Patriots, But Nothing They Can't Overcome
The Patriots have lost Trey Flowers and Trent Brown to free agency, and lost out on Adam Humphries and Danny Amendola. But Mike Reiss says this is nothing they can't overcome, as he breaks down all the wheeling and dealing on WBZ-TV's Sports Final.

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