2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
12-4, 1st in AFC East
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17hMarcel Louis-Jacques

Bills GM: Patriots still team to beat in AFC East

"The team to beat in the East is the Patriots," Bills general manager Brandon Beane said. "So until we beat them, we've done nothing, and we've got our work cut out for us."

Patriots plane bringing over 1 million masks from China (0:53)

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

I saw mostly neighbors and workers along the street of Tom Brady's new Tampa residence, but one neighbor told me it's not uncommon for people to stop by and take selfies in front of the home, which is owned by Derek Jeter. These two Bucs fans, Arto and Irmali Hirvela, were hoping for a glimpse of Brady. "I'm a huge fan," Irmali said. "I want to see him!"


Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

This Davis Islands neighborhood in Tampa has been buzzing for days over rumors that Tom Brady will be moving into Derek Jeter's residence, which has been unoccupied for the last six or seven months. The Tampa Bay Times is reporting that he will, in fact, be moving there. Here's a look...

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

On a video conference call — the first of its kind for Patriots reporters — RB James White touched on a variety of topics Thursday. Of QB Jarrett Stidham, he said: "He came in and competed right away. Our offense is pretty complex, and he was willing to learn, willing to take coaching. He was fighting no matter what the situation is."


Patriots' plane delivers 1.2M masks from China

The transfer of 1.2 million N95 masks from China to the United States was the result of multiple global negotiations and the Massachusetts governor calling on Patriots team president Jonathan Kraft for his help, according to a report.


ESPN Daily: Big Lessons Of NFL Offseason

Tom Brady is a Buccaneer. DeAndre Hopkins is a Cardinal. And Cam Newton is still looking for a new home. NFL free agency in 2020 has been a wild ride so far, all while the uncertainty of this sports hiatus plays out in the background. ESPN NFL Insider Bill Barnwell joins the show to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has affected team decisions in the offseason, and the successes and failures in team deals so far.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots have informed QB Cody Kessler that he is being released, a source confirms. Kessler was the No. 3 quarterback behind Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer, and the Patriots are expected to add a third, most likely in the draft later this month. The Patriots generally don't carry four quarterbacks, so this gives Kessler a chance to hook on elsewhere before the draft, and opens the door for the Patriots to bring in a rookie. NFL Network had the initial report.

Why the numbers suggest Brady might have a clear advantage over Belichick (1:56)
Stephen A. calls out Max's 'waffling' on Tom Brady (2:16)
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3dTim McManus

Eagles join NFL teams to defer ticket payments

The Eagles and some other NFL teams have informed season-ticket holders that the next installment for 2020 tickets have been postponed to a later, undetermined date.

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4dMike Reiss

Patriots' 'standard doesn't change,' Slater says

Longtime New England Patriots captain Matthew Slater expressed gratitude for former teammate Tom Brady, and all he accomplished with the team, but is enthused to see Jarrett Stidham, the quarterback who could be taking over for Brady, in action soon.

Is this the best time to expand the NFL playoffs? (1:06)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Matthew Slater, at home, has found a unique way to continue his offseason training. "The kids have become human weights," said the Patriots special teams captain, a father of three.

Would a 14-team playoff be a good thing for the NFL? (1:04)

Team Stats

Passing Yards247.68th
Rushing Yards106.418th
Points For26.17th
Points Against14.1

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