Observers were far from surprised when New England brought back former Super Bowl MVP Deion Branch to add depth to an injury-riddled position.
The Patriots officially re-signed WR Deion Branch on Wednesday, one day after placing WR Donté Stallworth on injured reserve.
The Patriots placed WR Donté Stallworth on injured reserve and released TE Visanthe Shiancoe, the team announced Tuesday.
The Patriots made roster moves Saturday, including releasing WR Deion Branch again, and they could be without TE Aaron Hernandez against the Colts.
Despite hitting a snag in contract talks with OLB Connor Barwin, we hear the Texans still plan on having him back under contract in some form in 2013.
The Patriots signed TE Kellen Winslow and re-signed WR Deion Branch and LB Niko Koutouvides.
The Patriots released backup QB Brian Hoyer, giving second-year QB Ryan Mallett the No. 2 job behind Tom Brady.
The Patriots re-signed Deion Branch but the WR corps is already overcrowded. Does Branch have fantasy value? William Del Pilar breaks it down.
The Patriots have re-signed WR Deion Branch, according to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the fifth wideout they have come to terms with this offseason.
Wes Welker had a tremendous season, but the Patriots still have a void at receiver, mainly on the outside, and they are expected to address it in the draft.
The Giants' corners will need to be physical against the Patriots' receivers like they were in Week Nine to throw off the Pats' passing game.
Patriots OLT Matt Light, who has been ill early in Super Bowl week, is expected to practice Wednesday, multiple media outlets reported.
Deion Branch was fourth on the team in receptions in 2011, but teammates and coaches expect the former Super Bowl MVP to shine on Sunday.
Who will step up if WR Deion Branch can’t play? Here are some of the Patriots' fantasy football options this week.
Patriots veteran WR Deion Branch had a big game, but CB Devin McCourty struggled in Week Two. Those players are going in opposite directions on this week's stock report.