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  1. Patriots bring back RB Brandon Bolden for 2018
    Brandon Bolden is sticking around Boston for at least one more season. The New England Patriots signed the running back to a one-year extension Saturday.
  2. Martellus Bennett wants to continue his NFL career
    Martellus Bennett contemplated retirement last season, but won't end his career just yet. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported the soon-to-be 31-year-old tight end wants to continue his NFL career.
  3. Devin McCourty: Pats knew Malcolm Butler would sit
    New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler sat out of Super Bowl LII because of a coach's decision. Devin McCourty said the decision wasn't a shock because the team 'all knew' Butler wouldn't start.
  4. Tom Brady last player from 2000 draft with his team
    With 39-year-old kicker Sebastian Janikowski out the door in Oakland, Tom Brady now stands in a class of his own in every possible sense.
  5. Lane Johnson: Patriots are a 'fear-based organization'
    Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson called his Super Bowl LII opponent, the New England Patriots, a 'fear-based' organization,' claiming the team lacks fun.
  6. McGinest: McDaniels was not promised Patriots HC job
    Willie McGinest says that despite rumors to the contrary, Josh McDaniels was "absolutely not" promised the head coaching role upon the retirement of Bill Belichick, whenever that may be.
  7. Agent drops Josh McDaniels after coach spurns Colts
    Josh McDaniels' decision to spurn the Indianapolis Colts cost him his agent, Bob LaMonte confirmed Wednesday. LaMonte also represents Colts GM Chris Ballard.
  8. Josh McDaniels bailed on Colts job after meeting with Patriots
    Tuesday morning Josh McDaniels agreed to terms on becoming the Indianapolis Colts' next head coach. By Tuesday evening, however, McDaniels withdrew from the role. Tom Pelissero breaks down the decision.
  9. Josh McDaniels on Cooks' absence: 'It made an impact'
    On their way to Super Bowl LII, the New England Patriots had to deal with a little adversity. They met more in the title game, but came up short without their best deep threat, who was sidelined by injury.
  10. Super Bowl Debrief: Patriots lose in three uncharacteristic ways
    Bill Belichick is fond of noting that most NFL games come down to a handful of plays. Gregg Rosenthal spotlights three aspects of New England's 41-33 loss in the Super Bowl that were NOT Patriots-like.
  11. Patriots facing uncertainty after Super Bowl LII loss to Eagles
    The five-time champion New England Patriots suffered their third Super Bowl loss in the Bill Belichick-Tom Brady era. Judy Battista illustrates a feeling of uncertainty going forward for the franchise.
  12. Malcolm Butler 'worried' about Eagles, not next contract
    Malcolm Butler is set to become a free agent this offseason. Will Butler be in a Patriots uniform next year? The Super Bowl XLIX hero touches on his underwhelming 2017 campaign and his next contract.
  13. Patriots' Tom Brady confirms he will play next season
    Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the Patriots have the chance to further cement their already legendary careers on Sunday. After that, the future isn't quite as clear, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
  14. Tom Brady named NFL's MVP for third time of career
    On the eve of his eighth Super Bowl appearance, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is the oldest player in league history to win an NFL regular-season MVP honor.