The New England Patriots have added some extra beef to their defensive line ahead of Sunday night's matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.
by: Brent Schwartz — USA Today: Patriots Wire 18 Sep
Patriots defensive keys vs Seahawks: Who spies Russell Wilson?
by: Christopher Boan — Arizona Sports 17 Sep
A total of 10 Sun Devils found their names on NFL active rosters last week with second-year wideout N'Keal Harry standing out.
by: Brent Schwartz — USA Today: Patriots Wire 17 Sep
Breaking down the New England Patriots defense via film review after a Week 1 win over the Miami Dolphins.
New England Patriots have perfect attendance at first practice of Seattle Seahawks week - masslive.com
by: Christopher Mason | email@example.com — Mass Live 16 Sep
A new offensive lineman — and old friend — was present, too.
by: Levi Damien — USA Today: Raiders Wire 16 Sep
What if DeMarco Murray, Randall Cunningham and Steven Jackson joined forces in a legendary lineup? Raiders Wire unveils a team for the ages.
by: Jim Fenton — The Patriot Ledger 16 Sep
After holding Miami to just 11 points on opening day, the Patriots now must deal with Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks Sunday night.
by: Keagan Stiefel — SB Nation: Pats Pulpit 15 Sep
Every week we hear about gaudy numbers and replay the flashy plays, but what about the people who help make those plays happen?
by: Steve Balestrieri — Pats Fans 15 Sep
Balance. ... Look at the snap counts FB Jakob Johnson led the way with 21, then Sony Michel, Rex Burkhead, and James White all had 19 snaps
by: Andrew Callahan — Boston Herald 15 Sep
Film study reveals how Newton played as well as anyone could’ve expected in his team debut.
New England Patriots add massive quarterback Jake Dolegala to the practice squad (report) - masslive.com
by: Christopher Mason | firstname.lastname@example.org — Mass Live 15 Sep
The 6-foot-7 QB won't be mistaken for Russell Wilson on the scout team.
by: Mike Dussault — NFL: New England Patriots 14 Sep
Five plays that defined the Patriots season-opening win over the Dolphins.
by: Doug Kyed — NESN 14 Sep
Cam Newton was one of five New England Patriots players to stay on the field for 100 percent of his unit's snaps in Sunday's 21-11 win over the Miami Dolphins.