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FOXBORO — Recapping the news from Friday in Foxborough. Despite an erroneous report Friday morning that the team had re-signed kicker Nick Folk, the Patriots still do not have a kicker on the roster with their game against the Chiefs just 48 hours away. On the injury front, Tom Brady once again proves to be

FOXBORO — With four games and the playoffs left in 2019, why are so many Patriots fans heads already in 2020? Evan Lazar and Alex Barth discuss the rumors about Tom Brady’s future in New England, and why the best thing to do right now is ignore them. For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on

FOXBORO — Breaking down the key matchups in Sunday’s Patriots-Chiefs game. It’s a battle of two of the best coaches in the game in Bill Belichick and Andy Reid. From a player point of view, Travis Kelce vs Stephon Gilmore is a superstar matchup, while James Ferentz will go up against Chris Jones in his

FOXBORO — Has Patrick Mahomes taken a step back from being the quarterback who went toe-to-toe with Tom Brady a year ago? Evan Lazar and Alex Barth discuss Mahomes sophomore season, and if he’s now better prepared to beat the Patriots For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on Twitter

FOXBORO — Good news and bad news for the Patriots on Wednesday’s Injury Report. Tom Brady has returned to the list, with a toe injury added to his already existing elbow injury. However, it appears the illness that swept the locker room is mostly gone For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on Twitter

FOXBORO — Their last meeting may have been just 11 months ago, but both the Patriots and Chiefs bring a new dynamic into their game on Sunday. Should we buy in to the revamped Chiefs defense? Will the Patriots offense be able to ground and pound like they did last year? Evan Lazar and Alex

FOXBORO — Patriots first round pick N’Keal Harry has struggled out of the gate his rookie year. Should the blame go to him, or the coaching staff? Evan Lazar and Alex Barth discuss how Josh McDaniels may be holding Harry back, and what the offense needs to do to get the most out of him

FOXBORO — Evan Lazar and Alex Barth take stock of the 2019 Patriots as they hit the quarter pole. Has Stephon Gilmore passed Tom Brady as the team’s MVP? The Ups and Downs of the rookie class. Plus, what lies ahead in the final four games For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on Twitter

Final thoughts on the Patriots 28-22 loss to the Houston Texans. How can the Patriots begin to repair what looks like a broken passing game. Plus, bright spots on the offensive line and the defensive side of the ball. For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on Twitter

Patriots Rookie N’Keal Harry found himself in Tom Brady’s doghouse and Mohamed Sanu was a non-factor as Pats continue to search for a secondary weapon behind Julian Edelman.

FOXBORO – Is DeShaun Watson the toughest QB Patriots will face this season. Evan Lazar and Alex Barth discuss from Foxboro.

  FOXBORO — The New England Patriots offense sputtered yet again but the Pats were bailed by their defense and some special play from the special teams unit in a 13-9 win over the Cowboys. Sierra Goodwill, Evan Lazar and Mike Petraglia break it down from Foxboro.

FOXBORO — The New England Patriots weathered Mother Nature and the Cowboys high powered offense in 13-9 win at Gillette Stadium. Mike Petraglia and Evan Lazar break down the win.  

The Patriots won their 6th Super Bowl in franchise history Sunday night, defeating the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Atlanta. The defense was the story of the day, with Stephon Gilmore clinching the win with an INT. Julian Edelman was named Super Bowl MVP. For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on Twitter. Subscribe to Patriots

The Patriots held their final Foxboro practice Saturday afternoon; the team will leave for Atlanta tomorrow after a send-off rally with fans inside Gillette Stadium. After practice, Tom Brady spoke with the media about a number of topics including Julian Edelman, his upbringing, and what motivates him after 17 years in the NFL. For more

Julian Edelman spoke after practice today about what this Super Bowl means to him after having a daughter, tearing his ACL, and being suspended. The Patriots have only one practice left in Foxboro in 2019 For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on Twitter. Subscribe to Patriots Newsfeed on iTunes, Google, Spotify, and WATCH on

Rob Gronkowski spoke with the media for the first time since the Patriots win over the Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game, and said he embraced his increased roll in the passing game. The Patriots also held their first practice since the AFCCG, inside their field house. For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on Twitter.

Kyle Van Noy gives insight into the Patriots turning the page from their exciting win over the Chiefs to the Super Bowl vs the Rams. The Patriots turned in a clean injury report, while the Rams were missing one of the heroes from the NFC Championship. The Patriots continue to look for a replacement for

There was more talk about underdogs on Friday as the Patriots went through their final preparations before leaving for Kansas City. The team will enter the AFC Championship 100% healthy. For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on Twitter. Subscribe to Patriots Newsfeed on iTunes, Google, Spotify, and WATCH on

As the Patriots prepare for the AFC Championship, there is an awareness among Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the team about their underdog status. They also discussed the cold and slowing down Tyreek Hill. For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on Twitter. Subscribe to Patriots Newsfeed on iTunes, Google, Spotify, and WATCH on

For the 8th straight year, the Patriots are moving on to the AFC Championship Game after their 41-28 win over the Chargers on Sunday. Hear what Bill Belichick and Tom Brady had to say after the game about the teams dominant performance and what to expect next Sunday in Kansas City against the Chiefs. For

Per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Miami Dolphins are expected to hire Patriots assistant coach Brian Flores as their next head coach following the Patriots season. Flores has been with the Patriots since 2004, and has served as the linebackers coach since 2016. This season, he took on the responsibilities of the de facto defensive

On Friday, the Patriots held their final practice before Sunday’s playoff matchup with the LA Chargers. The Patriots look to be near 100% entering the game, with Deatrich Wise (Questionable/Ankle) the only player listed on the injury report. Tom Brady spoke after practice about the team’s mental preparation. For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on

Bill Belichick was in classic playoff form, building up the Patriots opponent, the LA Chargers. Specifically, he praised Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, who is 1-7 all-time against Belichick, and 0-7 when Tom Brady starts. Devin McCourty returned to practice for the Patriots after suffering a concussion in week 17, and Melvin Gordon sat out of

The Patriots held their first practice of the postseason on Wednesday, with Devin McCourty one of three players not in attendance. McCourty left Sunday’s win over the Jets early with a head injury, and was not spotted at practice or in the locker room for media availability. The other players absent were Dwayne Allen and

  The New England Patriots locked up a first round by with a 38-3 win over the New York Jets. The Patriots will now host one of 3 teams in the Divisional Playoffs at Gillette Stadium on January 13th; The Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens or Los Angeles Chargers. For more Patriots coverage, follow @PatriotsCLNS on

With the Patriots on the verge of multiple clinching scenarios, quarterback Tom Brady says the team’s sole focus is on beating the Jets this Sunday. A win would lock the Patriots into the 2 seed in the AFC, and give them an outside shot at the top spot, needed both the Chiefs and Chargers to

In shocking news Tuesday night, Josh McDaniels announced he was not taking the Indianapolis Colts head coach job, and would stay on as the Patriots offensive coordinator. Mike Petraglia and Alex Barth react to the news, and go over what it means for the Patriots coaching staff next season. Also, Trags and Alex continue to

Marv Ezhan, Mike Molyneaux, and Alex Barth discuss the top storylines of the day leading up to Super Bowl 52 between the New England Patriots & Philadelphia Eagles. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league will re-examine it’s catch rule and review process, but is that something that needs to be fixed? Will players still

During a lengthy press conference on Wednesday morning, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick covered several topics including how offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels was the one who pushed for the Patriots to sign Danny Amendola. He also wouldn’t give any updates on Rob Gronkowski’s concussion and talked about how former Patriots Chris Long may have made

Breaking down the apparent rift in Foxboro. Mike Petraglia & Alex Barth dive into Seth Wickersham’s expose on the strained relationship between New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, head coach Bill Belichick, and owner Robert Kraft. How reliable is the article, how will it affect the team’s quest for a 6th Super Bowl ring, and

Patriots running back Dion Lewis was named a Player of the Week for the second time this season, while the Patriots signed Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison on Tuesday evening.

Headlined by Tom Brady, four New England Patriots were named to the 2018 Pro Bowl roster late Tuesday. Also, the Patriots have reportedly banned Brady’s trainer Alex Guerrero from both the sideline and the team plane.

Wide receiver Chris Hogan returned to the practice field for the first time in over a month on Wednesday, while Patriots owner Robert Kraft and others reacted to the death of former Patriots coach Ron Meyer.

Rob Gronkowski was suspended for one game by the NFL for an illegal hit on Buffalo Bills CB Tre’Davious White, while Tom Brady says he agrees with Gronkowski’s frustrations with no-calls this season.

Could something good come of Rob Gronkowski’s outburst? Bobby Krivitsky and Mike Dussault ponder that, break down how the Patriots have held eight-straight opponents to 17 points or fewer, discuss Bill Belichick’s defensive philosophy, the balance in the backfield, and more, in the latest Patriots Roundtable. 1:48 Should Rob Gronkowski be suspended? 4:00 Could something

The Patriots hold strong at No. 2 in the NFL Power Rankings for Week 13, while the team announced on Tuesday that former defensive back Dave Cloutier passed away at age 78.

The Patriots paid a heavy cost for their win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, including losing core special teamer Nate Ebner for the season with a torn ACL. Also, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is looking forward to playing the Patriots in three weeks.