- Paul Perillo breaks down the roster by position - Cornerbacks: Justin Green on the bubble, and Safeties: McCourty and Harmon are the two locks.
- Field Yates looks at Jamie Collins' place on an NFL.com countdown list of 'Making the Leap' players entering Year 2.
- Mike Reiss checks the locks on the Patriots roster: Cornerbacks.
- Nick Underhill ranks the top 10 New England Patriots heading into training camp. No. 3: Rob Gronkowski.
- Zachary T. Sampson and Martin Finucane report Patriots offered to turn over 317 pages of Aaron Hernandez's personnel records, but not the scouting reports from '09 and '10.
- ESPN Boston posts the Patriots' season ticket theme for 2014.
- Mike Reiss describes the second of three plays nominated as the most memorable play in team history: Snow Bowl kick.
- Mark Daniels reports Aqib Talib appreciates what he gained in New England.
- Top 100 Players of 2013 (NFL.com) No. 3: Tom Brady. (4.37 min. video)
- Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz (USA Today) Why did NFL players give Tom Brady a pass on ranking?
- Around The League (NFL.com) 'Making the leap' countdown. No. 5: Jamie Collins.
- First Take (ESPN) Do Pats have better secondary than Seahawks? Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss KC Joyner's article. (5.10 min. video)
- Vinnie Iyer (Sporting News) Best NFL rivalry? 49ers vs. Seahawks: Two NFC teams that hate each other.
- David Steele (Sporting News) Best NFL rivalry? Denver vs. New England rules past and present.
- Mike Wilkening (ProFootballTalk) Report: Patriots don't want to share scouting reports on Hernandez.
- Report (Statmilk) Football statistics visualized. Check out the Patriots 2013 season.
- Marc Sessler (NFL.com) 'Top 100' takeaways: Tailbacks showered with respect.
- Mike Tanier (Sports on Earth) Debauchery-free destinations. Wholesome options for NFL players to last until Training Camp starts.
- Josh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Jerimichael Finley: I'm working as hard as I can to get back to Packer Nation.
- Robert Klemko (The MMQB) Inviting the nightmare: Donte Stallworth shares his story.
- Andrew Brandt (The MMQB) A tie's a win for the NFL: The latest turn in the concussion lawsuit saga.