The Patriots announced the signing of veteran DE Mark Anderson on Friday.
OT Nate Solder is the 31st first-round pick to sign his contract, as he agreed to terms with the Patriots on Thursday.
It's usually a good idea to avoid Patriots not named Tom Brady early on in fantasy drafts, but if 2011 is anything like 2010, there are a handful of safe bets from New England for your team.
Heading into 2011, with such a high-octane offense, an improved third-down defense could greatly increase the Patriots' chances at getting back to the Super Bowl.
After a solid start to his rookie season, Patriots ILB Brandon Spikes got suspended and did little in the team's playoff loss. He needs to return to the form he flashed at times in 2010.
Former Patriots FS Jarrad Page and ex-Saints DT Anthony Hargrove are the latest veteran free agents to join the Eagles.
RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis, who went from unknown backup to starting running back last season, re-signed with the Patriots on Wednesday.
PFW Patriots correspondent Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald says that the Eagles contacted WR Randy Moss after he had filed his retirement papers with the league
Bill Belichick will potentially have five running backs to choose from each week to plug into his offense in 2011.
Tom Danyluk says that Randy Moss was one of the NFL's strangest cases, a wildly talented player who freely roamed the label range from magician to dog over his career.
PFW's Patriots reporter Kevin Fishbain asks and answers five key questions facing the Patriots as they head into the 2011 season.
Here's a player-by-player look at the Patriots from a fantasy perspective heading into 2011.
The Patriots signed second-round picks CB Ras-I Dowling and RB Shane Vereen on Tuesday.
Randy Moss' career didn't lack for brilliant moments, but controversy followed him at times.
WR Randy Moss will retire, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Monday.