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New England Patriots Links 2/19/15 - Search For On-Field TE Sidekick For Gronk

Daily News and Links for 2/19/15

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  • Mike Reiss shares some picked-up Patriots pieces from Wednesday at the Combine: Lots of depth available at RB, WR.
  • Mike Reiss takes a look at what is on the schedule Thursday at the Combine.
  • Mike Reiss notes that several Patriots coaches won't attend the Combine. (1.24 min. video)
  • Jeff Howe looks at Florida State as a potential pipeline for the Patriots to use to build their interior O-line around Bryan Stork.
  • Karen Guregian looks at the interesting TE prospects in Indy to be an on-the-field sidekick for Rob Gronkowski.
  • Bill Speros reports the Patriots have plenty of money available under the NFL salary cap to keep anyone they want. And then some.
  • Mike Reiss reports Bill Belichick was a guest of the Indiana University men's hoops team on Tuesday.
  • Jackie MacMullan writes a terrific column on how Malcolm Butler is proof a second chance can change everything.
  • Miguel Benzan ( Crafting a contract between Darrelle Revis and the Super bowl Champions New England Patriots.
  • Karen Guregian tries to make sense of the new deflategate reports, but they all seem to paint a messy picture for the NFL.
  • Eric Wilbur suggests these latest reports are proof that deflategate is all a bunch of random sources throwing bleep at the wall in the hopes that something, anything sticks to the Patriots.
  • Jerry Thornton calls latest in deflategate reports a bunch of "ball-oney".
  • Tom E. Curran has these latest deflategate 'reports' figured out, and the result is another black eye for the NFL.
  • Phil Perry quotes John Harbaugh saying there is 'not one shred' of fact that links hi to deflategate.
  • Jeff Howe Patriots Notebook: Rex Ryan refuses to take a shot at the Patriots; John Harbaugh maintains he had nothing to do with deflategate allegations and wants the original report to be retracted; Lovie Smith intends to keep Logan Mankins in Tampa Bay; Patriots weren't heavily involved with the top-rated kickers of the Draft class yesterday.