- Erik Scalavino and Mike Dussault wonder who are the most intriguing under-the-radar Patriots?
- Henry McKenna (Patriots Wire) believes that Nick Caserio should have huge role for Patriots amid Tom Brady’s decision.
- Zack Cox (NESN) breaks down the Patriots’ cornerback group and explains why Jason McCourty faces an uncertain future.
- Andrew Callahan (Boston Herald) searches the best fits for the Patriots’ defense in this year’s draft.
- Isaiah Houde (Patriots Wire) thinks that retaining Josh McDaniels and Nick Caserio will prove essential for the Patriots’ future.
- Evan Lazar (CLNS Media) takes a closer look at Patriots running back Sony Michel.
- Scott Edwards Jr. (NESN) profiles ex-Patriot Onree Jackson in honor of Black History Month.
- Doug Kyed (NESN) continues his “Hidden Patriots” series by taking a closer look at fullback Jakob Johnson.
- Devon Clements (Patriot Maven) wonders if Tom Brady would be a fan of Tennessee’s offense.
- Mark Daniels (Providence Journal) takes a closer look at the Patriots’ tight end position.
- Doug Kyed (NESN) opens his mailbag and talks about New England possibly trading for a quarterback.
- Geoff Schwartz (SB Nation) lists the three biggest storylines worth following in the 2020 offseason.
- Gregg Rosenthal (NFL.com) lists potential roster cuts in the AFC and in the NFC.
- Adam Stites (SB Nation) writes about five teams that desperately need to create salary cap space.
- Albert Breer (Sports Illustrated) asked executives about which available quarterbacks they would go after this offseason.
- Michael Colangelo (Touchdown Wire) ranks the eight best free agency wide receivers.
- Gennaro Filice (NFL.com) hands out rookie grades for the AFC East. /Patriots barely pass
- Arun Srinivasan (Yahoo! Sports) gives his way-too-early look at 2020 superlatives and predictions.
- Christian D’Andrea (SB Nation) lists the reasons why Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy should and shouldn’t take the Colorado job.
- Barry Werner (Touchdown Wire) evaluates the quarterback situation for each of the 32 teams heading into free agency.