If Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo were available to be selected in the 2017 NFL draft, where would he go?
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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer
Unlikely that anyone on the Hawks' roster cares about the Super Bowl, but Boston fans not missing a chance to needle the Falcons.
Unless a motion is filed to allow him to leave Arizona, Michael Floyd can't leave the state when his home detention begins March 13.
On Monday, the Patriots officially announcing that Nick Caley is their new tight ends coach.
Among the eight NFL trades that ought to happen this offseason, there are two intriguing scenarios involving the Super Bowl LI champs.
Martellus Bennett's solid season could mean a payday elsewhere. Rob Gronkowski is coming off back surgery. So the Patriots need to look at tight ends.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had a notable thought about free agent Martellus Bennett potentially signing a monster-sized contract.
Bill Belichick's Patriots seemed to struggle the most following a bye week.
The Super Bowl champs are positioned to keep sustaining their success with two third-round picks and nine picks overall in the upcoming draft.
Patriots president Jonathan Kraft said recently he believes the trade for Bill Belichick was the "greatest trade in the history of sports."
It'll be a challenge for the Patriots to find the right deal for Dont'a Hightower that fits in their cap.
Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer
Free-agent-to-be Alan Branch told Sirius XM NFL Radio on Friday morning that his love for football has been "revamped" since joining the Patriots in 2014. It sounds like he prefers a return to New England in 2017 but also said in the interview, "If it's a significant difference (financially), sometimes it's hard to say no."
Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski, who has had eight surgeries during his NFL career, including three on his back, has no plans to quit and says "no doubt" he will be ready for the 2017 season.
As the NBA trade deadline passes, we look back at the best trades in NFL history. Which is the best of all time?
Jimmy Garoppolo threw 63 passes in 2016, a small sample to evaluate for those who might seek to acquire him. Would teams be better off rolling the dice on a dazzling first-round QB?
The guys aren't convinced Magic Johnson will lead the Lakers to glory; Kanell asks Russillo five NBA trade deadline questions, plus they rate stuff.
ESPN.com's Mike Sando weighs in on Jimmy Garoppolo's value, the market for Jay Cutler, the Patriots' plans for Garoppolo and potential landing spots for Tony Romo.
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