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Patriots players took to social media to thank teammates, family, friends and Patriots Nation for their support and to reflect on the season. Read

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According to an ESPN report, Josh McDaniels changed course and will remain as the Patriots offensive coordinator. Read

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The New England Patriots announced that they have signed 10 free agents. Read

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The first round will start on Thursday, April 26 in Arlington, Texas with the second and third rounds on Friday, April 27 followed by rounds four through seven on Saturday, April 28. Read

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A complete list of all the records set and tied in Super Bowl LII compiled by Elias Sports Bureau. Read

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Game notes and records from Patriots PR. Read

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A calendar of important upcoming dates for the NFL and the New England Patriots. Read

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The NFL has announced the New England Patriots opponents for the 2018 regular season. Read

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New England coaching staff to undergo offseason rebuild. Read

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The Super Bowl loss left many questions but none bigger than the ones surrounding Malcolm Butler. Read

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The Butler couldn't do it...nitpicks-a-plenty in the Big Game...and JR says no one knows what a catch is anymore... Read

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Some interesting coaching decisions hurt the Patriots in their 41-33 loss to Philadelphia in Super Bowl LII. Read

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Former Super Bowl hero benched for the biggest game of the year. Read

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Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we try to make sense of that entertaining absurdity of offense we just witnessed in Super Bowl LII in U.S. Bank Stadium, a history-making win for the Philadelphia Eagles. Read

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Rob Gronkowski was asked about his future after the game and hinted that retirement could be a possibility. Read

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Observations about New England's Super Bowl LII loss to Philadelphia from the press box at U.S. Bank Stadium Read

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Download the NFL Gamebook with all of the statistics from Super Bowl LII. Read

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The Philadelphia Eagles’ flight from last to first ended up with a Lombardi Trophy. Read

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Bill Belichick opted to bench cornerback Malcolm Butler in the first half ans the results weren't good. Read

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New England down after two quarters, 22-12. Read