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  1. Patriots, Rob Gronkowski restructure tight end's deal
    The New England Patriots and Rob Gronkowski have agreed to restructure the tight end's deal in order to keep both parties happy, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday.
  2. Tom Brady now endorsing a car you can't afford
    Tom Brady is back in the news. No, it's not in response to his wife saying he has experienced concussions. The Patriots quarterback announced he partnered with luxury car company Aston Martin.
  3. McCourty: Pats had 'mutual interest', no room for me
    When the Titans released Jason McCourty, the internet shipped him to New England to be reunited with his twin brother, Devin. While the connection was obvious, the match didn't come to fruition.
  4. Former Pats OL Sebastian Vollmer plans to retire
    Former Patriots offensive lineman Sebastian Vollmer told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Tuesday that he plans to retire from football. He also said he's down 75 pounds since his release in March.
  5. Tom Brady will be on cover of 'Madden NFL 18'
    After winning the Super Bowl three months ago, Tom Brady received yet another honor Friday. EA Sports announced the Patriots quarterback will be on the cover of "Madden NFL 18" this year.
  6. Power ranking the 'Madden' covers from best to Hillis
    Tom Brady will be featured on the cover of "Madden NFL 18," a first for the veteran QB. How does his cover compare with his predecessors'? Dan Hanzus ranks each cover from the best to Peyton Hillis.
  7. Pats, center David Andrews agree to 3-year extension
    The New England Patriots and center David Andrews agreed to a three-year extension, taking him to 2020 under contract, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
  8. Patriots issue rarely used tender on LeGarrette Blount
    The Patriots have issued a rarely used tender on LeGarrette Blount that would allow him to only sign with New England if he doesn't join another team before July 22 or sits out through Week 10.
  9. Roundup: Christine Michael reportedly visits Patriots
    Most of the big names in free agency have found new homes, but there are still some players looking for teams. Christine Michael reportedly visited with the New England Patriots on Tuesday.
  10. Judge agrees to erase Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction
    Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez's conviction in a 2013 murder can be erased because he died before his appeal was heard, a judge ruled Tuesday.
  11. Robert Kraft discusses adversity Patriots overcame to win SB LI
    Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered insight into his thoughts and feelings about the team's Super Bowl LI run while speaking at the Bloomberg Breakaway event in New York on Tuesday.
  12. Malcolm Butler attends Patriots' offseason workouts
    Rest easy, Patriots fans: The Malcolm Butler drama is over in New England. NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Wednesday that the CB returned this week to participate in voluntary workouts.
  13. Patriots sign twins to undrafted free-agent deals
    The New England Patriots signed twin brothers Cody and Jacob Hollister to undrafted free-agent contracts Saturday. The duo will be an interesting storyline for the team's minicamp in May.
  14. Patriots pick up Brandin Cooks' fifth-year option
    The Patriots and Brandin Cooks are settling in together just fine. New England exercised Cooks' fifth-year option on Saturday, Ian Rapoport reports.
  15. Patriots finally make a pick with Derek Rivers at No. 83
    After entering the weekend without a first- or second-round selection, the Patriots traded down early in the third round to draft their first player defensive end Derek Rivers at No. 83.