BOSTON GLOBE:

Report: Patriots Paid LB James Morris $20,000 For Four Days – Erik Frenz: Frenz has a note on Morris, who grabbed a decent amount of money during his short tenure with the team.

ESPN BOSTON:

Bill Belichick and the four-down player – Mike Reiss: Reiss has some notes on a recent piece from ESPN Insider, with Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders highlighting the importance of being a “four down” player.

Updating Jon Halapio’s contract details – Mike Reiss & Field Yates: Reiss and Yates point out the details of Halapio’s contract numbers.

Patriots try out two RBs and two TEs – Mike Reiss: Reiss has notes on some players the Patriots recently tried out as the team continues exploring their options.

When a player gets 20k for 4 days of work – Mike Reiss: Reiss has his report on the fact Morris made $20,000 during his four day stint in New England.

Updating Bryan Stork’s contract details – Field Yates: Yates has full numbers on Stork’s contract, which included a $477,000 signing bonus.

BLEACHER REPORT:

Assessing Every Patriots UDFA’s Chances of Making the Roster – James Christensen: Christensen has a good read as he evaluates the undrafted free agents and rates the chance each has of making the team.

NESN:

Patriots Lack Depth At Important Positions Heading Into OTAs  – Doug Kyed has an entry with his thoughts on the Patriots depth heading into OTA’s, and also has a podcast as he discusses this with MassLive’s Nick Underhill.

SI:

Bill Belichick Named One Of Sports Illustrated’s Most Disliked People in Sports – With the whole Donald Stern fiasco, SI decided to create a list of disliked people and Belichick made the list.

NBC SPORTS:

Report: Patriots work out Ronnie Brown, Ben Hartsock – Mike Wilkening: Wilkening has a couple of notes on the fact New England worked out a couple of tight ends, as well as running back Ronnie Brown.

SOUTH COAST TODAY:

Community Calendar: In this link you’ll see a couple of upcoming football camps that include a “Mom Safety Clinic” hosted by the Patriots next Thursday, along with Rob Gronkowski’s annual youth clinic.

PRWEB:

Jed Weaver, Former Miami Dolphin Tight End and Mizner Grande Realty Agent, Scores Big with Oceanfront Mansion Sale – An interesting press release about the fact Weaver, who was part of the Patriots 2004 Championship and is now a real estate agent, apparently closed the deal after selling a $5.35 million oceanfront mansion.