- Andy Hart recaps the Patriots Today debate on the situation at cornerback.
- Patriots Today - Fan questions: Dobson & Boyce. (1.58 min. video)
- Patriots Today - Meet Pat Patriot. (2.38 min. video)
- Michael Fabiano (NFL.com) Fantasy focus: New England Patriots. (1.21 min. video)
- Mike Reiss reports the Patriots coaches returned to work Wednesday. Rookies report Sunday and veterans are due back one week from today. Woot!
- Ron Borges lauds Bill Parcells.
- Field Yates reports the Patriots will be one of eight NFL teams to take part in a pilot medical records program this season.
- Doug Kyed says the Patriots, Texans and Bills rank among the top 10 running back corps in the NFL.
- Christopher Price begins his position-by-position breakdown: Linebackers.
- Mary Paoletti previews the competition at each position before Training Camp: Centers.
- Mike Rodak analyzes players who are on the roster bubble and where they may potentially fit in 2013: CB Marquice Cole.
- Christopher Price breaks down all 13 opponents on the Patriots' regular season schedule: NY Jets.
- Nick Underhill notes Bill Parcells thinks the Miami Dolphins could make a run at the AFC East title.
- W. Zachary Malinowski takes us inside the Bristol County House of Correction for a view of a day in the life of Aaron Hernandez.
- Will Brinson (CBS Sports) Gronk almost leaves CBS interview over Aaron Hernandez question. /Good for him.
- Reina Kempt (Natchez Democrat) Patriots RB Ridley returns to hometown to inspire youth.
- Pete Prisco (CBS Sports) NFL coach rankings: Personality doesn't matter, but rings sure do.
- Photo Gallery (USA Today) 32 NFL rookies to watch in 2013. WR Aaron Dobson
Chris Wesseling (NFL.com) NFL's top 10 receiving corps. Patriots don't even make his top 20.
- Darin Gantt (ProFootballTalk) NFL working to put player medical records online.
- Gil Brandt (NFL.com) Training camp 101:Time for NFL teams to get back to basics.
- Staff Report (Football Outsiders) 2012 Team efficiency ratings.
- Mike Ridley (Football Outsiders) 2012 Run defense by number of backs.