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The Eagles might not catch the Dolphins today in terms of dollars spent, but they are signing in bulk. The team announced the signing of former Patriots safety Patrick Chung, reuniting him with his college coach from Oregon, new Eagles boss Chip Kelly. …Share Tweet
Patriots-related oops on NFL NetworkSomeone doesn't like Bill Belichick draft talk very much.Share TweetWith only one viable CB on the roster, the Patriots must add depth to the position. CineSport's Noah Coslov and the Boston Globe's Greg Bedard discuss this and how the new CBA impacts free agency.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Mar 12, 2013The Browns and Buccaneers are among the league leaders in cap space, but they’re also checking out some smaller deals today. According to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, those two teams have inquired about the availability of Patriots backup quarterbackShare Tweet
Running NFL free agency threadKeeping an eye on the big news as free agency starts in the NFLShare TweetESPN.com Mar 12, 2013ESPN.com is having a free-agency chat extravaganza Tuesday! Join me at 1:30 p.m. ET to discuss all the latest happenings in the AFC East. This should be one of the most exciting weekends of the offseason. The New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins, Buffal…Share Tweet
Patriots needs-based depth chartA look at how the Patriots stack up and where their needs are.Share TweetIn another sign that Wes Welker seems likely to stay with the Patriots, owner Robert Kraft said he’s eager to get a deal done with the team’s leading receiver. Speaking to reporters in New York on Monday, Kraft stressed the importance of keeping WelkeShare Tweet
Is the Welker era over in New England?Mar 12Talks have ended between the New England Patriots and wide receiver Wes Welker. Can the team afford losing the star receiver?
Best fit for Wes WelkerMar 12Former New England Patriots general manager Scott Pioli looks at some possible teams that wide receiver Wes Welker could sign with as a free agent.
Boston Daily DownloadMar 12Michele Steele recaps the day in Boston sports including the Bruins shootout win and Bob Kraft's hope to keep Wes Welker a 'Patriot for Life.'