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Terryville’s Link overcame near-fatal car accident to cheer for New England Patriots

By Thomas Liljedahl Staff Writer The Bristol Press August 27, 2015 While the New England Patriots fought all last season to reclaim the Vince Lombardi trophy, Terryville native Karen Link has been fighting since she was 16, and is now living out her dream as a cheerleader for the Super Bowl champions. “I’ve always been [...]

Patriots vs. Panthers: Previewing New England's Preseason Week 3 Matchup

The third preseason game typically represents the much-ballyhooed dress rehearsal, a final chance to see regulars for extended action before the regular season. However, with a spate of nagging injuries inflicting the New England Patriots...Show More Summary

New England Patriots Preseason: Week 2 Stock Report

With just two weeks until the start of the 2015 regular season, this is the last chance for everyone on the New England Patriots roster to make a first impression. Some players will not have that opportunity because of injuries. Others are taking advantage of the opening created by their absence. Show More Summary

NFL MVP odds: Andrew Luck favored over Aaron Rodgers on 2015 NFL betting prop

The Colts' Andrew Luck leads the pack on the odds to win the NFL's MVP award heading into the 2015 season. The Indianapolis Colts finished the 2014 season with a 13-6 SU and 12-6-1 ATS record after losing to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship. Show More Summary

Roll Call: 2015 New England Patriots Cheerleaders has been updated with individual profiles, uniform photos and headshots for this year’s team of cheerleaders. Click here for more! Mary Ann, Bridget, and Zoe

Mike Williams to Patriots: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

The New England Patriots made a move to shore up their offensive line depth Tuesday by acquiring offensive tackle Mike Williams from the Detroit Lions, according to the Boston Globe's Ben Volin.'s Field Yates reported the Patriots...Show More Summary

Lions trade OT Michael Williams to Patriots

After spending two years in Detroit without ever playing in a regular-season game, Michael Williams will now get a shot in New England. The Lions have traded Williams to the Patriots, Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports. There is no word on what exactly the Lions are getting back, but it is believed to…

Julian Edelman Injury: Updates on Patriots Star's Leg and Return

Julian Edelman has been one of the New England Patriots' most consistent offensive performers in recent years. It's uncertain if the team will have him to start the regular season, however, as he continues to recover from a leg injury. Continue for updates. Edelman Returns to Practice, Status for Week 1 Uncertain Tuesday, Aug. Show More Summary

Julian Edelman on his status for Week One: Ask Bill

Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman hasn’t practiced in full since suffering an ankle injury early in training camp and, as per the usual operating procedure in New England, there hasn’t been much in the way of an update about his prognosis from the team. Edelman met with reporters on Tuesday for the first time since…

Tom Brady's Lawyer Responds to NFL's Letter Refuting Deflategate Case Examples

The carousel of denial regarding the Deflategate case involving New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady continued Tuesday as his lawyer sent in a letter to New York federal judge Richard Berman insisting that a previously submitted...Show More Summary

Reggie Wayne going to New England, agrees to deal with Patriots

Your browser does not support iframes. The New England Patriots are hoping that Reggie Wayne still has one more good season left in his great career. The Patriots and Wayne, the long-time Indianapolis Colts receiver who is likely headed...Show More Summary

NFLPA says Tom Brady should have been fined, not suspended over DeflateGate

In court papers submitted to U.S. District Court Judge Richard M. Berman, NFLPA lawyer Jeffrey Kessler argued that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady should have been fined instead of suspended by the NFL over his alleged role in the DeflateGate controversy. Kessler also said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell violated the collective bargaining agreement when […]

Is Signing Reggie Wayne a Smart Move for the New England Patriots?

Josh Boyce, Chris Harper, Jonathan Krause and Brandon Gibson. These are the four New England Patriots wide receivers who have caught the most passes through two preseason games. There's a distinct possibility that none of those fourShow More Summary

ProFootballTalk: What will Reggie Wayne’s impact be with Patriots?

Rodney Harrison is a big fan of the New England Patriots adding veteran wide receiver Reggie Wayne, but Mike Florio is more skeptical considering teams have stayed away from Wayne until now.  

N.F.L. Roundup: Patriots Savor Adding Wide Receiver Reggie Wayne to the Roster

Wayne, a veteran and a former rival with the Colts, appeared headed for New England. Patriots Coach Bill Belichick said on Boston radio, “I think we’ve agreed.”

Reggie Wayne Signs With New England Patriots

After spending 14 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, Reggie Wayne is heading east to join the New England Patriots. Adam Schefter confirmed the rumors on Monday, tweeting that Wayne had agreed a one-year deal with the Patriots. Reggie Wayne and New England Patriots have reached agreement on a one-year deal, league source told ESPN. Show More Summary

NFL Files Letter in Response to Tom Brady's Case Examples at Deflategate Hearing

After the NFL Players Association filed its brief on behalf of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the NFL issued its own letter to United States District Court Judge Richard Berman. In the letter, attorneys representing theShow More Summary

Even If He's Lost a Step, Reggie Wayne Makes Too Much Sense for Patriots

There's a reason six-time Pro Bowler Reggie Wayne remained on the open market for over five months this offseason. Nobody, not even the veteran-addicted New England Patriots, were willing to give the 36-year-old a shot before the receiver-starved...Show More Summary

Reggie Wayne, Patriots reportedly agree to one-year contract

Wide receiver Reggie Wayne has agreed to a one-year contract with the New England Patriots, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports. Although the Green Bay Packers suddenly have an opening at the position, Wayne was undergoing a physical in New England when Jordy Nelson suffered what is believed to be a torn anterior cruciate ligament Sunday. [A […]

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