The first-year Patriot spoke to the media on Wednesday.
The Patriots’ head coach does not seem to trust his offense right now, writes Pat Lane.
The two rookies will square off in Week 7.
New England also hosted veteran defensive back Brian Poole on Wednesday.
Patriots vs. Jets Wednesday injury report: Dont’a Hightower among five sidelined for New England’s defense
The initial injury report ahead of Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET kickoff at Gillette Stadium.
The duo was back at practice on Wednesday.
Let’s meet the Patriots’ upcoming opponent.
Poole is in his sixth season in the NFL.
Daily news and links for Wednesday
The same names from Week 2 remain for Sunday’s meeting at Gillette Stadium.
How does New England’s starter look in comparison to the other QBs drafted on Day 1 in April? Let’s find out.
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Nick Thurman reached an injury settlement with New England in September.
Linebacker Chase Winovich suffered a hamstring injury in Week 6.
Let’s break down how New England’s first-year players fared on Sunday.
Week 6 is in the books, so let’s take a look back.
Daily news and links for Tuesday
Dissecting one of the biggest plays of New England’s 35-29 overtime loss.
New England lost its fourth game of the season on Sunday.
New England is entering Week 7 with a 2-4 record.
The sixth week of NFL action us upon us.
Standard elevation James Ferentz played all 54 offensive snaps on Sunday.
The linebacker group in particular was hit hard by injuries.
The decision was a head-scratcher, but Belichick had his reasons to bring his punt team on.
Notes on the Patriots’ snap count numbers from their 35-29 loss to the Cowboys.
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Daily news and links for Monday
Without the benefit of a film review, a look at those who stood out on Sunday — for better or worse.
On multiple occasions New England played not to lose rather than to win.
New England has yet to win a game at home this season.
Conservative decision making on offense is killing the team right now.
New England has started 2-4 behind their rookie quarterback.
Initial observations from Sunday’s overtime thriller at Gillette Stadium.
New England hosted Dallas for the second time in three seasons on Sunday.