Wednesday, October 3, 2012


  • Brady, Patriots bring improved offense back to New England when they face ...

    "The more balanced that you can be, then the less (the defense) can say, 'Well, we're just going to concentrate on this one thing,'" Patriots coach Bill Belichick said, "because you've shown them too many other things that they have to defend." The ...

  • Patriots bring back LB Carpenter

    He was subsequently signed to the Patriots' practice squad, but his contract was later terminated. Originally an undrafted free agent out of Rutgers in 2011, Silvestro was signed to the Patriots' active roster the night before Super Bowl XLVI, although ...

  • Patriots Notebook: Tom Brady sees darkness beyond his playing days

    The Patriots quarterback has joked before that he wants to play well into his 40s and that they'll have to drag him out of Gillette Stadium once his skills begin to deteriorate, but it appears that there was more than a hint of truth in his comments ...

  • Patriots injury report: Mankins (calf/hip) limited; Gronkowski DNP

    FOXBOROUGH -- Guard Logan Mankins, who missed last Sunday's game in Buffalo, was listed with a calf/hip injury on Wednesday's injury report, which confirmed that five Patriots missed practice: tight ends Aaron Hernandez (ankle), Rob Gronkowski (hip), ...

  • Patriots support breast cancer initiative.

    The Patriots, along with the 31 other NFL teams, support the efforts to cure breast cancer during the month of October. Having lost one loved one to this disease and known others similarly afflicted, I support the NFL's efforts wholeheartedly.

  • New England Patriots vs Denver Broncos Week 5 Preview

    The NFL's prime matchup between the New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos at Gillette Stadium Sunday will be a rematch of last season's divisional playoff.

  • Patriots' secondary is a big concern

    On Sunday in Buffalo, there was a lot to feel good about for the Patriots in their 52-28 victory over the Bills. Tom Brady continued his top-flight play from the Ravens game and was in complete control once the Patriots got down to basics in the second ...

  • Patriots' Welker says Brady's on-air curses were directed at him (Video)

    The Patriots wide receiver explained he and fellow receiver Deion Branch were actually the targets of Brady's cursing Sunday against the Bills, which was captured by CBS' cameras.

  • Emptying out some Patriots thoughts

    Patriots starters Kyle Arrington and Devin McCourty showed up big in that area Sunday, and perhaps it was even more noticeable because the Bills' secondary struggled so much in that area.

  • New England Patriots Repeating Brian Hoyer Mistake with Ryan Mallett?

    Many NFL analysts suggested during the offseason that Patriots backup quarterback Brian Hoyer would be a hot commodity. Unfortunately, that proved not to be the case.

  • Patriots' junior varsity team looks to bolster program

    The development of the school's junior varsity players has helped bring that goal closer to reality for the Patriots' program.

  • Grading Each Starter on the Pats Defense

    Four games into the regular season, the New England Patriots' defense remains a tough unit to gauge. Sometimes they look like a dominant group, one that batters opposing runners and pressures the QB like the early 2000s Willie McGinest-era Patriots.

  • Around the AFC East

    After surrendering a 21-7 lead to the Patriots, and eventually falling by 24 points in a Week 4 matchup, Bills head coach Chan Gailey says his team needs to be mentally tougher.

  • Patriots' Josh McDaniels faces team that fired him

    Your article has been sent. New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, the former head coach of the Broncos, downplayed Sunday's matchup against Denver at Gillette Stadium, calling it simply "the next game'' on the docket for the 2-2 Patriots.

  • ignoring all the noise

    That's why yesterday, it was a welcome change for the Patriots [team stats] cornerback to have his judge and jury be a host of North Attleboro Middle School kids who didn't care so much about dropped balls, pass interference calls or blown tackles ...

  • Second Read: Patriots find a running game, more Week 4 observations

    If the Patriots legitimately commit to the run going forward, it will only serve to make Tom Brady that much more dangerous.

  • Celtics, Patriots greats endorse Scott Brown

    Now, it's getting serious in the Massachusetts Senate race between challenger Elizabeth Warren and incumbent Republican Sen. Scott Brown.

  • Thoughts on the Patriots, penalties and Bobby Carpenter

    And third, three offensive players have taken every snap this year for the Patriots - quarterback Tom Brady, center Ryan Wendell and left tackle Nate Solder - and none of the three have picked up a single penalty all season.

  • Patriots practice update for Wednesday Oct. 3

    The Globe's Michael Whitmer just reported from Wednesday's practice session, conducted in shells and shorts, that WR Julian Edelman, S Steve Gregory, and TEs Michael Hoomanawanui, Aaron Hernandez, and Rob Gronkowski were not spotted during the ...

  • Barnstable's Whidden named Patriots Coach of the Week

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Barnstable High School's Chris Whidden has been named this week's New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week in recognition of his team's 13-7 double-overtime, comeback victory over Everett High School on Friday, ...

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