The Patriots will get a two-game roster exemption with today's addition of OG Logan Mankins, according to PFW correspondent Ian Rapoport.
During Tuesday's conference call, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, director of player personnel Nick Caserio and RB coach Ivan Fears reacted to OG Logan Mankins' return to the team. All quotes are taken from transcripts provided by the Patriots.
OG Logan Mankins reported to the Patriots on Tuesday to sign his restricted free-agent tender worth $1.54 million.
The Patriots' offensive line has faltered of late, and QB Tom Brady is finding himself on his back. But the biggest problem is that most of those sacks have come in the red zone.
This week, Hub Arkush gives his take on where Chris Williams should be playing and the relationship between Lovie Smith and Mike Martz.
The trade deadline passed and the Patriots did not deal OG Logan Mankins, but what will it mean for an offense that has done well without him if he returns in Week 11?
The NFL trade deadline came and went, and the Bears still have the same offensive line they started the day with, which is no surprise.
The NFL's trade deadline passed at 4 p.m. ET with just one trade occurring, the Chiefs sending DE Alex Magee to the Bucs for a 2011 draft choice.
Two restricted free-agent holdouts — Chargers WR Vincent Jackson and Patriots OG Logan Mankins — will likely report to their respective teams before the end of the season at the urging of their union, according to an ESPN report late Wednesday.
If the Patriots continue protecting Tom Brady while scoring points and winning games, OG Logan Mankins could lose some leverage in his holdout.
Patriots OLG Logan Mankins will return to the Pats in time to play six games and get an "accrued NFL season," according to reports.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft denied a report that a deal was in place with Pro Bowl OLG Logan Mankins.
The Patriots and OLG Logan Mankins reportedly almost agreed to a new contract two weeks ago, but now the Pats might be forced to trade him.
Tom Brady signed his long-awaited contract extension Friday, inking a deal that will pay him $72 million over four years and keep him in New England through 2014.
According to "AFC Whispers," WR Dwayne Bowe's impressive showing in training camp has given hope to the Chiefs that he'll provide the big-time production they need this season.