- Andy Hart reports the Patriots cutting ties with veterans leaves clear holes on the back end of the depth chart.
- Andy Hart Combine Prospects: Heisman-winner Henry among backs fitting Patriots needs.
- PFW in Progress 3/3 Recap: Veteran Cuts; Free Agency.
- Karen Guregian wants the Patriots to continue to shop Jimmy G regardless of whether Brady has to sit the first four games of the season.
- Mike Reiss offers a look at the top moves for the Patriots once free agency opens Wednesday.
- Miguel Benzan (PatsFans) Sealver Siliga announces that he will not receive a RFA tender from the Patriots.
- Karen Guregian passes along the report that the Patriots are not going to tender Sealver Siliga as a restricted free agent.
- Karen Guregian looks at the receivers who are left after the Patriots recent roster moves.
- Steve Balestrieri (PatsFans) Patriots cut LaFell, Chandler, increasing receiver need.
- Doug Kyed Patriots Mailbag: Aaron Dobson’s chances of making team haven’t changed.
- Nick O'Malley reports Rob Gronkowski will host a new Nickelodeon sports series called 'Crashlete'.
- Gregg Rosenthal (NFL.com) Five potential landing spots for Arian Foster.
- Peter King (The MMQB) Resuscitating the Titans; MMQB Mailbag: Trading Jimmy G.
- Mark Schofield and Chuck Zodda (Inside the Pylon) Quick Kicks Podcast with guest Miguel Benzan of Pats Cap lends his expertise.
- Conor Orr (NFL.com) Salary-cap space primer.
- Around the NFL (NFL.com) Best team fits for free agents.
- Kenneth Arthur (Sports on Earth) Best free agent for each NFL team.
- Joel Corry (CBS Sports) Agent's Take: The exact dollar figures that top free agents should target.
- Adam Schein (NFL.com) Doug Martin, Mario Williams, Chris Ivory among risky free agents.
- Pete Prisco (CBS Sports) After Further Review: Here's the proof that Mario Williams quit on the Bills.
- Darin Gantt (ProFootballTalk) Facebook among companies bidding for streaming NFL rights.
- Chris Chase (Fox Sports) Will the NFL always be king?
- Sally Jenkins (Washington Post) In DeflateGate, who is the real cheater, Tom Brady or Roger Goodell?
- Doug Kyed reports NFL lawyer Paul Clement outright lied to the judges yesterday about Tom Brady's honesty while speaking to Roger Goodell last June.
- Michael Hurley observes the three judges did not seem aware that the NFL's lawyer was lying to their faces on Thursday in New York.
- Michael McCann (SI) Tom Brady could be in trouble after Deflategate appeal hearing.
- Stephanie Stradley (Stradley Law) Snapshot of Deflategate Second Circuit argument.
- Bob McGovern writes that Tom Brady takes a hit in Thursday's fiery deflategate hearing.
- Christopher Price tells us five things we learned from the deflategate appeal hearing: 1. The judges were harder on Tom Brady than they were on the NFL.
- Michael Hurley adds his own eyewitness report and analysis following the deflategate appeal hearing: Judges focused heavily on Brady's cell phone.
Tom E. Curran says it appears two of the three appeal judges were leaning against arguments made by Tom Brady's attorney, which could lead to a reinstatement of Brady's suspension.
- Doug Kyed reports Tom Brady's status is now unclear after the appeal hearing reportedly goes the NFL's way.
- Kevin Duffy posts the transcript of a key moment in Thursday's courtroom showdown between the three-judge panel and Tom Brady's attorney, Jeffrey Kessler.
- Dan Wetzel (Yahoo! Sports) Deflate-gate: A Tom Brady suspension is back on the table.
- Ben Volin also thinks Tom Brady could be in trouble.
- Gary Myers (NY Daily News) Brady's DeflateGate fate not so appealing.
- Kevin Duffy notes Tom Brady's attorney, Jeffrey Kessler, explained why Deflategate was embarrassing, and why Roger Goodell was out to get his client.
- Steve Buckley warns all NFL fans they should be worried by Tom Brady's rough day in court.
- Lester Munson (ESPN) If judges' questions are any indication, NFL may win appeal.
- Jim Brady, Public Editor (ESPN) On Deflategate, ESPN air-balls on transparency.
- Henry McKenna talks about the ESPN story that addresses some criticisms of the network's online and broadcast coverage of deflategate.
- Ken Fang (Awful Announcing) ESPN’s public editor takes the network to task over "Deflategate".