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2017 Schedule
14-2, 1st in AFC East
Belichick gets in some LAX reps (0:28)
Is Patriots offseason the greatest ever? (3:40)
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4dNFL Insiders

Best offenses and defenses in 2017

Most of our insiders expect the Patriots to continue their dominance on offense this season, especially with Brandin Cooks added to the equation.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Rob Gronkowski arrives at Patriots practice as he has made enough progress from back surgery to be part of the workout.


Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady arrives at practice with Danny Amendola, saying hello to reporters who are lined up at the entrance.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

To make room on the 90-man roster for the addition of WR Andrew Hawkins, the Patriots waived WR Devin Street on Wednesday. Street was a longshot to earn a roster spot after the club had claimed him on waivers from the Colts.

Quinn on Super Bowl loss: 'It didn't work out' (0:50)
Gronk has a sweet deal with Pats (0:32)
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5dMike Reiss

Patriots add Hawkins to loaded receiver corps

The Patriots signed former Browns and Bengals wide receiver Andrew Hawkins to a one-year deal, adding to their loaded depth chart at the position.

Gronk could earn major bucks with new deal (0:54)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Undrafted WR Cody Hollister (Arkansas) talks about being roommates with his brother Jacob (Wyoming) after both signed with the Patriots.

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5dDavid Purdum

Vegas likes Patriots in AFC East yet again

Divisional runaways have become the norm for New England. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook doesn't see that changing in 2017.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

With the Patriots and TE Rob Gronkowski agreeing to a revised contract for 2017 (the final two years of the deal were not affected) that gives him a chance to increase his pay based on playing time or production, it helps to look at his recent playing-time numbers for context. Gronkowski played in 31.5 percent of the offensive snaps in 2016; he played in 84.2 percent in 2015; and 70.3 percent in 2014.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Northwestern's Austin Carr, the 2016 Big Ten Receiver of the Year, talks about why he chose to sign with the Patriots and which player he has developed a quick connection with in short time.

Team Stats

Passing Yards269.34th
Rushing Yards117.07th
Points For27.43rd
Points Against15.61st

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