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Past articles by Nora:

Julian Edelman has vandalism charge dropped

Edelman was arrested on Jan. 11 in Beverly Hills. → Read More

Ted Karras to join Dolphins on one-year, $4 million deal

The Patriots have some figuring out to do at center, having lost their backup-turned-starter in free agency. According to a league source, Ted Karras has agreed to a one-year, $4 million deal with the Miami Dolphins. Karras, a 2016 sixth-round pick of the Patriots, was a backup for three seasons before stepping into the starting role in 2019 when David Andrews missed the season with health… → Read More

Patriots’ Mohamed Sanu needs surgery on high ankle sprain, report says

Patriots receiver Mohamed Sanu needs surgery on a high ankle sprain that hasn’t healed properly, according to a report from ESPN. Sanu was injured on a punt return in Week 11 against the Eagles, his third game with the Patriots after being acquired for a second-round draft pick from the Falcons at the trade deadline. He missed a game because of the injury, and his production was severely limited… → Read More

Patriots add Joe Houston, the ‘kicking whisperer,’ as assistant special teams coach

Houston was a college kicker and former assistant at Iowa State and most recently Alabama. → Read More

Patriots’ Julian Edelman reportedly undergoes shoulder surgery

The procedure took place last week and is said to require "not a lengthy rehab." → Read More

Patriots locked into the No. 23 pick in NFL Draft

With the Saints’ loss to the Vikings Sunday, the Patriots are locked into the No. 23 pick in the NFL Draft. It’s their highest spot since 2010, when they were slotted No. 22. They traded that pick to the Denver Broncos, who used it to select Demaryius Thomas, the wide receiver who signed with the Patriots last spring but never played a regular-season down for New England. The second-round pick… → Read More

Bills quarterback Josh Allen leaves game after helmet-to-helmet hit from Jonathan Jones

He was immediately taken to the medical tent on the sidelines. → Read More

Buffalo couple gets married at halftime of Bills-Patriots game

Former Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams officiated the ceremony, which most fans stayed in their seats to watch and applaud. → Read More

Julian Edelman left the Jets game with a chest injury

He was declared questionable to return after the half and was ruled out of the game about two minutes into the fourth quarter. → Read More

A Gronk spike punctuated the Patriots’ Super Bowl 53 banner ceremony

FOXBOROUGH – It was banner night in New England. The Patriots unrolled the banner for their sixth Super Bowl championship Sunday night in a ceremony ahead of their Week 1 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Fans attending the game at Gillette Stadium were told to be in their seats early, by 8 p.m., to see the entire ceremony ahead of the 8:20 p.m. kickoff time. It was a star-studded affair,… → Read More

Patriots acquire center Russell Bodine

The Patriots reportedly acquired center Russell Bodine from the Bills in a rare trade with an AFC East rival, sending a 2020 sixth-round draft pick to Buffalo in exchange. Bodine, 27, is in his sixth NFL season. He spent 2014-17 with the Cincinnati Bengals, then played 10 games last season for the Bills. In each of his seasons in Cincinnati, Bodine started all 16 regular-season games. > Rare… → Read More

David Price leaves game against Houston Astros after 15 pitches

The Red Sox announced he had flu-like symptoms. → Read More

Patriots trade tight end Jacob Hollister to Seahawks

The Patriots didn’t add a tight end via the draft and are down another player at the position after trading third-year tight end Jacob Hollister to the Seahawks Monday. In return, the Patriots are getting a 2020 seventh-round draft pick. Hollister, 25, played 23 games for the Patriots over the past two seasons. He played mostly on special teams but caught eight passes for 94 yards in two… → Read More

Patriots sign one-year extension with Patrick Chung

New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung agreed to a one-year extension through the 2021 season, according to multiple media reports. Chung, 31, appeared in 15 games in 2018, finishing with 84 tackles and an interception. He has played nine of his 10 NFL seasons with the Patriots. → Read More

Patriots reportedly agree to terms with Stephen Gostkowski

Gostkowski was 27 for 32 on field goal attempts in 2018 and 49 of 50 on extra points. → Read More

Patriots and Michael Bennett agree to restructure contract

Patriots and defensive end Michael Bennett agreed to a reworked contract that gives the player a raise and saves the team salary cap room, according to ESPN. → Read More

Patriots will open 2019 season on Sept. 8 on Sunday Night Football

Their opponent will be announced later this spring when the full schedule is released. → Read More

Patriots re-sign punter Ryan Allen

The Patriots locked up a key element of their special teams operation, re-signing punter Ryan Allen to a one-year deal Tuesday, according to a league source. → Read More

Patriots release defensive end Adrian Clayborn

Up against the salary cap, the Patriots cleared some room by releasing defensive end Adrian Clayborn Friday. → Read More

Phillip Dorsett is sticking with the Patriots

For Dorsett, a one-year deal provides him an opportunity to get more consistent snaps and prove himself before potentially hitting the market again. → Read More