Thursday Patriots Headlines

Ian Logue
June 03, 2010 at 10:23am ET

Court to weigh rule that nixed Aaron Hernandez conviction
Patriots add Jason McCourty as they seek familiar names to bolster roster
Guregian: Even after rough week, Patriots still best team in the AFC
Patriots acquire Jason McCourty in trade with Browns
Malcolm Butler finally discusses Super Bowl benching after joining Titans

A late entry today after an issue with my cable modem last night caused me to have to take a trip over to my local Comcast office this morning to exchange it.  Have to get to work, but after doing some digging there are plenty of news stories to check out - so here's a quick list.

Yesterday's OTA's were open to the media, and the majority of headlines were discussing Wes Welker's participation with the team on Wednesday.

Patriots Pleased to See Welker - Worcester Telegram

Wes Welker Being Wes Welker - Boston Herald

Welker Takes Field for Pats - Boston Globe

Mike Adams - Welker Will Play 16 Games - NESN

Welker Well on Way To Recovery - Daily News Tribune

Here are the remainder of headlines from this morning, as we'll choose to ignore the Yahoo article yesterday suggesting a "disconnect" in the Brady contract negotiations.

New England counts on healthy Brady to carry heavy load - Sporting News

Department of Defense Prepares For Battle - Boston Herald

Maroney Focused on Task at Hand - Daily News Tribune

Ex-Patriots WR Selected by Hartford in UFL Draft -

Wilfork on the Celtics Bandwagon - Attleboro Sun Chronicle

Sky's the Limit for Moss, Pats - Attleboro Sun Chronicle

Brady Quiet on Contract - Boston Globe

A strange day, indeed, at Patriots’ OTA - Patriot Ledger

Laurence Maroney Eyes Big Year - Boston Herald

That's it for now.  Off to work, but hope the rest of you have a good day and we'll have updates later on.