The Boston Globe is reporting this morning that former Buffalo Bill runningback Thurman Thomas will be visiting New England this week.
The Charlotte Observer is reporting this morning that the Patriots have expressed an interest in Carolina reserve running back Anthony Johnson.
The Patriots have completed their coaching staff after hiring Oklahoma State University defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, who will now join New England as linebackers coach.
The Patriots have added Mike Woicik and assistant Markus Paul to their coaching staff in their attempt to replace former strength and conditioning coach Johnny Parker.
New England released veteran runningback Terry Allen yesterday, and replaced him by signing Raymont Harris, who according to head coach Bill Belichick is expected to be the lead back for the Patriots this season.
The Patriots locked up their free safety for the next seven seasons when Lawyer Milloy signed a $35-million contract yesterday, and head coach Bill Belichick was the first to express his thoughts on the fact Milloy will be part of his team.
It appears that yesterday’s release of Ben Coates was made to finalize the signing of safety Lawyer Milloy, who according to the Boston Globe is expected to sign a new contract today.
The Patriots have cut veteran tight end Ben Coates.
The Boston Globe reported this morning that the team has agreed to the terms of Lawyer Milloy’s agreement, but they’ll now need to sit down with Milloy and his agent Ray Anderson to work out the structure of the deal.
Don’t be surprised to see Michael Bishop at some point during next season.
Tebucky Jones is actually one hell of a guy.
The AFC East is heating up, and it appears that the race will come right down to the final week with the way things are going. Here’s a quick look at the rest of the AFC East teams.
Former Patriot Ray Lucas will return to the starting quarterback spot when the Jets come to Foxboro on Monday night, and Patriots head coach Pete Carroll knows that Lucas will be ready to go.
Head Coach Pete Carroll knows that it’s still not safe to take the Jets lightly.
For all those fans out in Patriot Nation that are concerned about the future of Lawyer Milloy, there appears to be good news on the horizon.