The Patriots continued to make moves over the weekend as Bill Belichick pulled off another trade, this one with Oakland to acquire wide receiver/return specialist Cordarrelle Patterson.
ESPN.com says the move was likely made with the idea of having Patterson replace Dion Lewis as the primary kickoff returner. NBC Sports Boston looks at Patterson and what he might bring to New England. WEEI.com wonders if Patterson's arrival is a sign of another move to come.
The numbers are in on Jeremy Hill's contract and ESPN.com says there's very little risk in the one-year deal for the Patriots.
The Boston Globe recognizes the flurry of activity in terms of comings and goings for the Patriots thus far but says it's far too early to judge the team's offseason work.
The Boston Herald says it may be time for Tom Brady to say goodbye.
*The Providence Journal *has news of free agent visits for a couple of Patriots.
MassLive.com looks at how some Patriots have fared after leaving Foxborough for big money elsewhere. NBC Sports Boston looks at how the compensatory pick formula may impact the Patriots moving forward.