Entering his second season, Duke Dawson is eager to make a name for himself in a crowded New England Patriots secondary, writes Grayson Pinney.
Joe Thuney has been a reliable left guard for the Patriots for several years, but Grayson Pinney explains why it could be best to move him over to left tackle.
In a stacked offense, only a few players will be guaranteed certain amounts of production, writes Grayson Pinney as he explores the fantasy relevance of Patriots receivers and tight ends.
Grayson Pinney writes about the likelihood and what it would take to bring Gerald McCoy to the Patriots.
After losing his defensive coordinator the past two seasons, Patriots coach Bill Belichick is ready to add more responsibilities as he looks to repeat as a Super Bowl Champion, writes Grayson Pinney.
Grayson Pinney looks at potential fits for the Patriots in the second wave of free agency.
Sony Michel’s value took a hit when the Patriots drafted Damien Harris, but he’s still the go-to guy in Foxborough, writes Grayson Pinney.
Joejuan Williams could become a fan-favorite for the next decade, writes Grayson Pinney.
Bringing a fierceness that can rival Tom Brady’s, Patriots rookie Chase Winovich is ready to compete, writes Grayson Pinney.