Here are this morning’s top stories:
Vince Wilfork era could be ending for Patriots - Ben Volin – Volin has an article on the situation with Wilfork, who asked for his release on Thursday.
Darrelle Revis deal includes Patriots option for 2015 – Matt Pepin and Ben Volin – Pepin and Volin recap the details of the deal Revis signed to join the Patriots.
Reports conflict on Brandon Browner and Patriots – The Globe has an article on the conflicting reports on whether or not Seahakws free agent cornerback Brandon Browner has actually agreed to terms with New England.
Peyton Manning forced Patriots to get Darrelle Revis – Christopher Gasper – Gasper has a column where he feels in order to beat teams like Denver Belichick realized they needed someone of Revis’ caliber to do it.
Words With Frenz mailbag: Examining remaining options in free agency – Erik Frenz – Frenz has his mailbag for this week, and talks about who the Patriots may still target.
Picked-up pieces on free-agent trail – Mike Reiss – Reiss looks at some remaining stories surrounding some potential free agents, and gives his thoughts on the possible fit for Julian Edelman out in San Francisco.
Weekly Patriots chat recap – Mike Reiss – Some good stuff as usual in Reiss’ chat transcript from yesterday.
New England Patriots 2014 NFL Draft Prospects: Notre Dame DT Louis Nix III could be be the man to fill Vince Wilfork’s shoes – Nick O’Malley – O’Malley spotlights a player who believes could replace Wilfork.
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Patriots’ Contract With Revis A 2-Year Deal For Salary Cap Purposes – in this entry more details of Darrelle Revis’ contract are highlighted, with reports revealing the Patriots actually struck a two-year deal with him.
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