- Mike Dussault inspects the Patriots roster position by position: Running back - Specialists - Offensive line - Safeties - Defensive line - Tight ends - Quarterback.
- Mike Dussault reports five Patriots vets land on PUP list.
- Patriots announce Training Camp dates and times.
- Alexandra Francisco reports former Patriot Jason McCourty joins NFL Network.
- Patriots Unfiltered 7/21: Receiver competition, start of Training Camp thoughts. (2 hours)
- Mike Reiss reports Bill Belichick made it official: He isn’t naming an offensive coordinator to replace Josh McDaniels. “I’m not big on titles,” Belichick said in March. “We have jobs to do. We’ll do the jobs.”
- Mike D’Abate (Patriots Country) Patriots reveal coaching staff: New titles for Patricia, Judge. For the fifth straight season, tNew England has not named an official offensive or defensive coordinator.
- Soor Vora (GilletteGazette) Coordinators: which AFC East unit comes out on top in the fierce schematic battles?
- Andy Hart says you didn’t actually expect Bill Belichick to clarify his offensive coaching staff, did you?
- Mike Reiss notes the Patriots list James White among five players on PUP list.
- Mike D’Abate (Patriots Country) Patriots announce training camp dates, times.
- Andrew Callahan continues counting down 10 Patriots training camp questions. No. 6: How can Bill Belichick fix his woeful special teams?
- Michael Braithwaite (PatriotsWire) 3 under-the-radar players to watch for on offense.
- Meghan Ottolini considers whether the Patriots’ pass-catcher spending spree will actually pay off.
- Mike Kadlick explains what we can expect from rookie WR Tyquan Thornton. The first year pass catcher out of Baylor can make an immediate impact in New England’s offensive system.
- Mike Cole says forget the coaching staff, the real question is did the team give Mac Jones enough playmakers?
- Khari Thompson suggests that Kyler Murray, upcoming extensions will have the Patriots weighing options with Mac Jones sooner rather than later.
- Mike D’Abate (Patriots Country) Patriots 2022 roster projection: 1.0. New England carries eight linebackers, trims their tight ends to three and still places a premium on special teams.
- Mark Morse (PatsFans) What would the team look like if the Patriots had drafted …?; Morse’s Morsels.
- Ian Logue (PatsFans) Daily Team Notebook: Matt Patricia was listed as the “Senior Football Advisor/Offensive Line”, while Joe Judge holds the title of “Offensive Assistant/Quarterbacks”; More.
- Jason Ounpraseuth highlights Devin McCourty responding to Asante Samuel’s take on the Patriots dynasty: McCourty didn’t see eye to eye with Samuel.
- Patrick Keefe (GilletteGazette) Top five dynasty defenders who excelled with Belichick & New England: Part Three.
- Locked On Patriots podcast: Mike D’Abate and Steve Balestrieri discuss the acquisition of Mack Wilson, the potential of Cameron McGrone and which veteran LB is the most valuable to the Pats defense. (31 min.)
- Joel Corry (CBS Sports) Agent’s Take: Examining Jimmy Garoppolo’s future, including potential landing spots, timetable for trade, more.
- Jonathan Jones (CBS Sports) NFL insider notes: Why Kyler Murray’s extension shouldn’t impact Lamar Jackson, plus more QB decisions looming.
- Jack Baer (Yahoo! Sports) Who are the Pats’ OC and DC? They don’t exist: The Patriots are going to have the NFL’s weirdest coaching staff this season.
- Cody Benjamin (CBS Sports) Patriots announce official 2022 titles for Joe Judge, Matt Patricia, will not have an offensive coordinator.
- Mark Schofield (TouchdownWire) The NFL’s top 12 quarterbacks. No Pats.
- Charles Robinson (Yahoo! Sports) Between Kyler Murray and Deshaun Watson, here’s what the new guaranteed QB money spectrum means for the NFL.
- Jeff Kerr (CBS Sports) Which QBs are next to receive monster deals in the coming months?
- Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) Tom Brady poised to top 100,000 passing yards, regular season and postseason combined.
- Report (AP) Amazon announces three new ‘Thursday Night Football’ broadcast hires.
- Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) NFL will have to deal its treatment of owners in all future Personal Conduct Policy cases against players.