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News Blitz 2/10: Bledsoe opens up

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Fairly slow news day this Monday, in terms of Patriots items. Heck, the whole weekend was slow from a football standpoint in general, the first full weekend without NFL football on the tube.

That, of course, has many scribes and pundits pondering the big question of New England's offseason: Whither is Tom Brady bound?

The speculation and conjecture– which is all these reports amount to at this stage – has approached the unbearable. However, the most noteworthy tidbit to emerge from the weekend involved a potential Brady link to the Dallas Cowboys. WEEI.com recaps what a former Cowboy-turned-analyst had to say about the situation.

Brady, however, isn't the only notable Patriots free agent-to-be this offseason. With that in mind, an NBC Sports Boston post examines what New England would do if it were to lose two of its star linebackers next month.

Finally today, the most entertaining Patriots news of the weekend was made by former starting QB Drew Bledsoe, the subject of an ESPN sit-down that aired Sunday night.

Bledsoe gave a candid account of his time with New England from the early 1990s through the beginning of the 2000s. Boston.com provides a nice list of highlights, including quotes, from the feature.

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