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12hMike Reiss

Pats QB Stidham leads sessions with teammates

On a recent day in Massachusetts, Patriots quarterback Jarrett Stidham and a group of six teammates gathered at a private football field for a workout, which focused intently on following social distancing guidelines.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots owner Robert Kraft and his family released a statement Tuesday that read, in part: "Our country deeply needs healing. We don't have the answers, but we do know that we want to be part of the change. As leaders in the New England community, we must speak up."

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Massachusetts pro teams can reopen facilities

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker says Boston pro teams' reopening of their practice facilities next week must be done in accordance with the health and safety rules that each of the leagues is developing.

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8dKevin Seifert

NFL tables onside kick proposal once again

NFL owners tabled a proposal that would have given teams an alternative to the onside kick, the second straight year they have decided against addressing what has become a thorny issue.

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ESPN Daily: Are The Buffalo Bills AFC East Favorites?!

The Buffalo Bills have long stood in the looming shadow of their AFC East rivals, the New England Patriots. But now, with Tom Brady departed for Tampa Bay, the division is up for grabs for the first time in nearly a decade. For the Bills, it all comes down to third year quarterback Josh Allen, who's earned his fair share of admirers and skeptics in an up-and-down career thus far. ESPN Bills reporter Marcel Louis-Jacques assesses Allen's strength and weaknesses, and explains how Allen's improvements could mean this is the season Bills fans have been dreaming of.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason McCourty on the NFL's fourth-and-15 proposal as an alternative to an onside kick: "If I'm a team and I've earned a right to be up, we've made the plays necessary to be winning in the fourth quarter or whatever it might be, I have a chance to go seal the game by just catching an onside kick vs. being out there for a fourth-and-15 – from that standpoint, I don't really understand it. We're now basically rewarding you for being behind. That's the only thing, for me, that is a negative of it."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots owner Robert Kraft struck an optimistic, cooperative tone in a Fox News interview on Tuesday night. "We're preparing to hopefully play football this fall. We're working hand-in-hand with our [players] union. We believe we're developing protocols that allow us to do it in a safe way, looking out first for our players and our personnel, and then of course, the fans. I believe we can do it."

Who is starting at QB for the Pats? (1:09)
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N.E. bishop laughs at Brady's chances with Bucs

A Roman Catholic bishop in New England says not even a Hail Mary is going to help Tom Brady win a seventh Super Bowl championship now that he's with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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ESPN Daily: SVP On Tiger/Peyton Vs. Phil/Tom

Champions collide this weekend as golf legend Tiger Woods and Super Bowl MVP Peyton Manning tee off against golf legend Phil Mickelson and...Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady. ESPN's own golf expert Scott Van Pelt breaks down "The Match: Champions for Charity," which will raise over $10 million for coronavirus relief efforts. Van Pelt discusses how he believes The Match's competitors will fare, as well as the PGA's plans to bring golf back soon. Then, Mina chats with 2020 Madden Bowl winner Raidel "Joke" Brito on how his no-passing strategy paid off.

'Man in the Arena: Tom Brady' Official Trailer (1:23)
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15dMike Reiss

Winner bids $1.025M for Kraft's Super Bowl ring

The winning bid for Patriots owner Robert Kraft's Super Bowl LI championship ring closed at $1.025 million Thursday night, making it one of the most expensive items in the All In Challenge, a virtual fundraiser to feed those in need.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

FB Danny Vitale, on a videoconference with 34 participants, noted that he is working alongside Jakob Johnson, third-round pick Dalton Keene, and undrafted Jake Burt in virtual meetings. He said each player brings a little something different to the mix, and when asked about what he brings, he noted versatility from having played multiple roles in multiple offenses. Vitale had signed a 1-year deal with a base value of $1.3m in March.

Team Stats

Passing Yards247.68th
Rushing Yards106.418th
Points For26.17th
Points Against14.132nd

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