- Patriots Super Bowl XLIX records set or tied in the game. /Good read.
- Erik Scalavino Offseason position spotlight: Safety - Cornerback - Quarterback.
- Briana Palma re-posts a pic of the Seattle mascot wearing a Tom Brady jersey after losing a bet.
- From the NFL - 2015 NFL Scouting Combine: Pro Winners and Losers. (5.14 min. video)
- Mike Reiss proposes a contract for Stephen Gostkowski.
- Jeff Howe picks out some Patriots takeaways from the NFL Combine.
- Ryan Hannable tells us five things we learned at the NFL Combine from a Patriots perspective: Deflategate won't go away.
- Ben Volin shares some notes from the Scouting Combine.
- Mike Reiss projects the financial market for Patriots top free agent Darrelle Revis.
- Kevin Duffy breaks down the Patriots cornerback position: If Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner return, the Pats secondary to be elite once again.
- Doug Kyed notes that nose tackle Danny Shelton was among the Patriots' Combine interviews.
- Michael Gee notices that it’s hard to get excited about the other sports teams in town after the Patriots’ Super Bowl win.
- Alex Reimer observes that with each Deflategate leak, Roger Goodell not only squanders his last bit of credibility, he risks losing his biggest supporter, Robert Kraft.
- The AP reports that now more than ever, teams are using the Combine not so much to find out the talent of a player, but the person behind the talent.
- Peter King (The MMQB) MMQB: The Bucs start here - Jameis Winston, No. 1 overall?
- Bryan Fischer and Chase Goodbread (ProFootballTalk) Monday's best performances from the NFL Scouting Combine.
- Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report) 5 Hidden gems the Patriots should have noticed at the Combine.
- Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) The good, the bad and the ugly Scouting Combine performances.
- Rob Rang (CBS Sports) 2015 NFL Combine: 25 Takeaways include Risers/Fallers/Pro Days.
- Doug Farrar (SI) When it comes to NFL draft, character matters, but talent matters most.
- Josh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Jeff Fisher: It’s going to be difficult to change rules on what’s a catch.
- Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) All franchised players should play the tag game, absent fair long-term deals.