- Patriots Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies for Tedy Bruschi and Gil Santos Changed to July 29: Event is free and open to the public.
- Erik Scalavino tackles the Ask PFW mailbag:Ask PFW: Rookies, roster, and more Rookies, roster, and more.
- PFW In Progress - Recap of Patriots mini-camp and all the latest team news. (2 hour program.)
- Karen Guregian reports Rob Gronkowski will stay out on the west coast following his back surgery before traveling back to continue his recovery and rehab.
- Field Yates reports that according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Rob Gronkowski's surgical procedure is believed to have gone "well".
- Shalise Manza Young posts the statement from Dr. Robert Watkins, the surgeon who operated on Rob Gronkowski on Tuesday.
- Mike Reiss shares some stats on Rob Gronkowski's impact with the team, and why they should be concerned if he isn't on the field.
- Field Yates identifies Ryan Wendell as a candidate for an extension prior to the expiration of his current contract.
- Mike Reiss answers his weekly reader mailbag, with many questioning how the Pats will manage Rob Gronkowski.
- O'Ryan Johnson and Karen Guregian report on Aaron Hernandez being questioned about the suspicious death of a man found less than a mile away.
- Travis Andersen and Jaclyn Reiss report that police searched the home of Aaron Hernandez, in connection to a body found in an industrial park near his home.
- David Linton and Stephen Peterson report investigators weren't saying what link Hernandez might have to the victim.
- Tom E. Curran says that for the always "brand-conscious" Patriots, Tuesday was really a bad day.
- Tom E. Curran reports the Patriots are aware of the Aaron Hernandez situation.
- James Walker (ESPN) A look at how the Patriots own first down.
- Pete Thamel and Greg Bedard (SI) Patriots' Hernandez questioned by police in homicide probe.
- Joe Fortenbaugh (Nat'l Football Post) Average a combined total of 50 rushing attempts and completions per game and a winning season will likely follow.
- Scott Kacsmar (Cold Hard Football Facts) The NFL's biggest overachievers and underachievers in 2012.
- Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) It's Patriots' Mt. Rushmore time.
- Mike Wilkening (ProFootballTalk) NFL merchandisers looking toward future.