- John Cockrell's Friday Out-Takes: Brad Childress, High School Musical.
- Pats, Belichick look to Sanders to lead. A heart to heart with the head coach helped convince the Pats safety to return to New England.
- Mike Reiss lists the veteran ILBs currently on the market if the Patriots decide they need one.
- Jeff Howe notes Brandon Tate has that blink-and-you'll-miss-him type of speed, but his Patriots debut may have to wait.
- Shalise Manza Young sees the signs pointing to Jason Taylor landing in New England, and says Taylor is expected to make a decision sometime this month.
- Michael Felger tries to make sense of the Patriots' linebackers, and answers his reader mailbag.
- Mike Reiss spotlights Jermail Porter, Myron Pryor and Brian Hoyer at last week's Rookie Mini-camp, and presents the new jersey numbers for the newbies.
- Bruce Allen thinks Celtics head coach Doc Rivers should take a lesson from Bill Belichick when it comes to talking about player injuries.
- The Brockton Rox announce the 3rd Annual Kevin Faulk Celebrity Softball Game to benefit the United Way is scheduled for Saturday, May 16th at Campanelli Field in Brockton.
- John Clayton (ESPN) Seattle earns off-season bragging rights. He puts New England at number 4.
- Tom Curran (NBC Sports) Busted picks: Ten early round Draft picks who could struggle. Includes Sebastian Vollmer as number 10.
- Matt Bowen (Nat'l Football Post) Spring playoff preview.
- Bill Wagner (The Capital) Patriots fit best for Navy's NFL prospects.
- Eddie White (ESPN 1070 The Fan) Positive feedback for Belichick's radio appearance from Colt's fans. He's human!
- Andrew Brandt (Nat'l Football Post) The debate: Player contracts I.
- Matt Bowen (Nat'l Football Post) The debate: Player contracts II.
- Barry Jackson (Miami Herald) Dolphin Stadium set to become Land Shark Stadium with Jimmy Buffet partnership. Forget cheeseburgers, candygram anyone?
- Scott Brown (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review) Rule bearing name amuses Steelers' Ward.
- Elizabeth Merrill (ESPN) Lock and Load: NFL referee Ed Hochuli strives for perfection on every play. That made his well-publicized 2008 gaffe almost impossible to bear.