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Patriots sign Chasen Hines, Andrew Stueber

The Patriots kicked off the week by signing a couple of their draft picks.The team announced the signings of sixth-round pick Chasen Hines and seventh-rounder Andrew Stueber. Both offensive linemen agreed to four-year deals in New England.Hines started 17 games at guard while at LSU. He came to the school as a defensive lineman, but [more]

Patriots cut QB D’Eriq King after trying him out at multiple positions

D’Eriq King, a quarterback who was once discussed as a potential first-round draft pick, went undrafted last month and has now been cut after a brief opportunity with the Patriots.King was waived today, after practicing at multiple positions at the Patriots’ minicamp.Shortly after signing with the Patriots, King said he was excited about the opportunity [more]

Joe Judge: It’s been a pleasure working with Mac Jones

Patriots offensive assistant coach Joe Judge confirmed on Monday that he’s working with the team’s quarterbacks, though New England is still avoiding giving their coaches proper titles.Either way, one of Judge’s most important tasks is continuing the positive development 0f second-year quarterback Mac Jones.The 15th overall pick of the 2021 draft, Jones was named a [more]

Joe Judge: You’ll see me on the field working with QBs

The Patriots are staying away from coaching titles and labels heading into the 2022 season since Bill Belichick declared in March that he’s not “big” on them.But there is more clarity emerging from New England, at least for Joe Judge.The former Giants head coach was the Patriots’ special teams coordinator from 2015-2019, adding receivers coach [more]

Matt Patricia coaching Patriots’ offensive line

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has been even less forthcoming than usual this offseason about which of his assistant coaches will have which responsibilities, but Matt Patricia revealed today that he’s working with the offensive line.Patricia, who was the Patriots’ defensive coordinator before becoming the Lions’ head coach, now has the title of senior football [more]

Patriots sign three draft picks, cut Liam Shanahan

The Patriots announced the signings of three of their 2022 draft selections.They signed third-round choice Marcus Jones and sixth-round picks Kevin Harris and Sam Roberts on Friday.Jones, 23, was named the 2021 Paul Hornung Award winner as the nation’s most versatile player as a defensive back, wide receiver and returner at the University of Houston. [more]

Patriots PR staff wins Rozelle Award for first time in franchise history

The Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA) voted the Patriots public relations staff as the winner of the 2022 Pete Rozelle Award.The Patriots PR staff, the 33rd winner of the award, earned the Rozelle for the first time in franchise history.The other 2022 nominees for the Rozelle Award were the Ravens, Broncos, Lions and the [more]

New England Patriots schedule 2022: Dates, times, TV, opponents for Weeks 1-18 

The 18-week 2022 NFL schedule has been released, and second-year quarterback Mac Jones will seek a second consecutive playoff appearance (the Patriots were eliminated in the Wild Card round with a blowout loss to the Bills in the 2021 season). Keep reading to see the Patriots’ full schedule including dates, times, opponents, primetime games and [more]

Monday Night Football: Broncos at Seahawks kicks off ESPN’s schedule

ESPN will debut a new broadcasting team this season, having lured Joe Buck and Troy Aikman from Fox to join sideline reporter Lisa Salters and rules analyst John Parry. Michelle Beisner-Buck also joins the team to present feature content.The crew will hit the ground running, getting Russell Wilson‘s return to Seattle in his Broncos debut [more]

Thanksgiving Day games: Bills-Lions, Giants-Cowboys and Patriots-Vikings

The Cowboys’ Thanksgiving Day game annually produces the highest ratings of the regular-season schedule.The Cowboys-Raiders game on Thanksgiving last November in Week 12 drew 40.8 million viewers. That far outpaced the second-place game, the Cowboys and Chiefs drew 28.7 million viewers in Week 11.It doesn’t matter who the Cowboys host. Everyone watches in the 4:30 [more]

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