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2019 Schedule
11-5, 1st in AFC East
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1dAdam Schefter and Field Yates

Sources: Edelman sidelined with thumb injury

Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman is expected to be sidelined about three weeks with a thumb injury, sources told ESPN.

Edelman's thumb injury shouldn't create panic (1:58)

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman, spotted at his youth camp over the weekend with a small brace over his left thumb, is expected to be sidelined about three weeks due to the injury, league sources tell @FieldYates and me.

Brady and his daughter jump off a cliff (0:28)
3d

NFL Nation Takeover: Patriots

ESPN NFL Nation Patriots Reporter Mike Reiss joined Dari & Mel to talk about the Patriots as they get ready to defend their Super Bowl

Everything you missed in the NFL offseason in 75 seconds (1:16)
Kellerman: Gronk will return if Brady asks him to (0:50)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Player rankings for the Madden video game were released on Monday, and the Patriots' top five are QB Tom Brady (96 OVR), CB Stephon Gilmore (94), WR Julian Edelman (89), S Devin McCourty (89) and RG Shaq Mason (88). The only QB ahead of Brady is Patrick Mahomes (97), and only CB ahead of Gilmore is Jalen Ramsey (96).

Saturday: Aaron Donald will win NFL MVP (1:36)
Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire
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Pats' Roberts wants police harassment inquiry

Police in Ford Bend County, Texas, have apologized to New England Patriots linebacker Elandon Roberts following a traffic stop that the player says was bias-based.

Steve Marcus/Las Vegas Sun via AP
12dTim Fiorvanti

WSOP run ends for ex-Patriots DL Seymour

Richard Seymour's deep run into the 2019 World Series of Poker main event came to an end late Wednesday night as the former Patriots defensive lineman went out in 131st place.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
15d

ESPN's Bruschi 'doing much better' after stroke

Tedy Bruschi described in an Instagram post Monday the symptoms he was experiencing on July 4 when he suffered a stroke and wrote that he is "doing much better."

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18d

Former Patriot Bruschi recovering from stroke

Former New England Patriots linebacker and current ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi is recovering after suffering a stroke Thursday, his family said in a statement.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards266.18th
Rushing Yards127.35th
Points For27.34th
Points Against20.37th