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Past articles by Glen:

Patriots to see plenty of familiar faces in Tennessee

Remember the Titans? A number of them were Patriots before they landed in Tennessee. → Read More

Patriots: Not bad for starters, but proceed with caution

The Patriots dominated from start to finish, but their preseason opener with the Detroit Lions was largely a battle of the backups. → Read More

Patriots to spend the week in Detroit

The Patriots fly out to Motown on Sunday to spend time practicing with the Detroit Lions, whom they'll play in Thursday night's preseason kickoff at Ford Field. → Read More

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK: Meredith's signing rounds out roster

The signing of wide receiver Cameron Meredith, who was immediately placed on the physically unable to perform list, puts the team at the roster limit. Meredith arrives in New England with a history of knee problems. → Read More

Patriots' Allen's got a challenge on his hands

Veteran Ryan Allen faces stiff competition in camp in the person of fifth-round draft pick Jake Bailey. → Read More

Patriots' Gilmore not living in the past

Stephon Gilmore's play has Patriots quarterbacks looking the other way, but the cornerback, who earned a Pro Bowl berth and first-team All-Pro honors last year says he's starting over. → Read More

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK: Skipper living in the here and now

Offensive tackle hopeful Dan Skipper, who started 47 straight games in college at Arkansas, says none of that matters now. He's just trying to create a role for himself in camp with the Patriots. → Read More

Taking a look back at the start of Patriots training camp

Tuesday's day off provides an opportunity to reflect on what's been seen to this point in camp. → Read More

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK: Harrison, Gray get the call to the team's hall

Safety Rodney Harrison and offensive left tackle Leon Gray are inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame. → Read More

Eleven years later, same approach for Slater

Matthew Slater has seven Pro Bowl berths on his resume, but he says he still comes to training camp each summer fighting for his job. → Read More


Former teammate Rodney Harrison says that Ty Law, who will enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame next Saturday night, was the best defensive back he ever played with. → Read More

Patriots put on the pads

Saturday marked the team's first training camp practice in pads. It also marked Tom Brady's return under center after a day off. → Read More

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK: Teammates say Brady's still young at heart

Tom Brady's Patriot teammates are still amazed by the approach the quarterback brings to the practice field in his 20th training camp with the team. → Read More

PATRIOTS NOTEBOOK: Belichick enjoyed stint on NFL series

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick joined the NFL Network’s Rich Eisen and NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” game analyst Cris Collinsworth in hosting “The NFL’s All-Time Team,” a six-episode series the NFL Network will present as part of its celebration of the league’s 100th season. → Read More

FIRST-AND-10: Rookie free agents have made striking first impressions with Patriots

Undrafted free agents have carved out a history of success during Bill Belichick's reign as head coach in New England. At least one rookie free agent has made the team coming out of training camp each summer since 2004. → Read More

Former Rox manager returns for a worthy cause

Ed Nottle will host and sing at a fundraiser for the Massachusetts District 12 Challenger Little League to be held at Mulligan's at Joe Angelo's Cafe the night of July 27. → Read More

Patriots Hall of Fame ceremony to be held on July 29

Safety Rodney Harrison and offensive tackle Leon Gray will be inducted in a ceremony to be held on Monday, July 29 at 4:30 p.m. the plaza adjacent to The Patriots Hall of Fame. The event is free and open to the public. → Read More

H.S. SOFTBALL: Bridgewater-Raynham survives in extra innings

With Friday's 3-2 win over Hopkinton in eight innings, the Trojans advance to Sunday's MIAA Division 1 South Sectional final. → Read More

H.S. BASEBALL: Hopkinton breaks game open on Stoughton

The Hillers erupt for six runs in the fifth inning and another four in the sixth en route to a 12-1 romp in Wednesday's MIAA Division 2 South Sectional semifinal. → Read More

Head down, things may be looking up for Patriots' Berrios

After spending his rookie year on the injured reserve list, 2018 sixth-round draft pick Braxton Berrios is looking to mount a bid to emerge at the wide receiver position. Braxton could also bring experience as a punt returner to the team. → Read More