Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has refused to address why OG Brian Waters, who is under contract, has not reported to camp.
Brian Waters' absence and Logan Mankins' injury present a situation worth watching for the Patriots at the guard position.
Having never won a playoff game in his first 11 NFL seasons, Patriots ORG Brian Waters is competing for a Super Bowl on Sunday.
The quarterback sneak is not as simple as you'd think, and the Patriots' Tom Brady is one of the best in the business at executing it.
After a bitter contract holdout in 2010, OG Logan Mankins is once again a key element of the Patriots' offense, along with two other O-linemen who nearly weren't on the roster, either.
With injuries forcing New England to make changes on its offensive line, the results have been mostly good, although the Week Eight loss to Pittsburgh was an exception.
PFW associate editor Kevin Fishbain spoke with Patriots starting ORG Brian Waters this week's "Five questions with" leading up to Sunday's game against the Giants.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien and director of player personnel Nick Caserio spoke to the media on a conference call Tuesday about their upcoming opponent, the Bills.
The Patriots did just about everything right on Monday night, but six offensive penalties could be a cause for concern if they continue.
The Patriots shored up a position of need, signing free-agent OG Brian Waters on Saturday, according to a report by ESPN.
A fixture on the Chiefs' offensive line for more than a decade, Brian Waters was released on Thursday, the team announced.
The rumored plan of moving OLT Branden Albert to right tackle if the Chiefs draft a tackle early would be tantamount to having two inexperienced starters at the OT positions, says K.C. OLG Brian Waters in this week's ...
The NFL introduced the three finalists for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award Friday morning. The list of 32 nominees, one from each NFL team, was pared down, with Chiefs OG Brian Waters, Browns WR Mike Furrey ...
After a season in which it allowed 45 sacks and opened up few holes in the running game, it's possible that the Chiefs' offensive line could look a lot different in 2010.