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2017 Schedule
14-2, 1st in AFC East
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Julian Edelman Super Bowl LI catch vs. Jarrod Dyson catch (0:33)
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Bill Belichick polishes up for N magazine cover

Bill Belichick traded in the torn sleeve hoodie for a clean-cut suit in a fresh photo shoot with girlfriend Linda Holliday for Nantucket magazine's 15-year anniversary edition.

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Is Brady the best player in the NFL? (2:08)
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Rank 'Em: The best pro sports appearances in pro wrestling

The Ball family put on a show we won't soon forget Monday night at Staples Center, the latest in a long and animated history of popular figures from the professional sports world getting in the squared circle.

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Golfing with champions

Five-time champ and four-time Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady posted a picture of himself standing next to two-time champion and two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry on Sunday. Draped in Under Armour, which endorses both athletes, the two appeared to be enjoying their free time by playing a little golf. (tombrady/Instagram)

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Who is the biggest threat to Brady's MVP chances? (2:30)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Linebacker David Harris has been assigned No. 51 with the Patriots. His role/skill set is similar to former Patriots LB Jerod Mayo, who also wore No. 51 during his playing days. Harris was No. 52 with the Jets. A related jersey note: Undrafted rookie LB Brooks Ellis had been No. 51, but has been switched to No. 47 to accommodate Harris.

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Predicting the NFL's next big-money QB deals

With Derek Carr's contract on the books, these nine quarterbacks will be looking for (and receiving) new contracts in the coming months and years.

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Elliott, Edelman, Baez featured in Body Issue

The ninth Body Issue, which celebrates the athletic form, will feature some of the biggest names in sports, including Ezekiel Elliott, Julian Edelman and Javier Baez.

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E:60 preview: Brady's trip of a lifetime (1:24)
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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots captain Matthew Slater was a special guest speaker at the Pine Street Inn "graduation" on Friday. The Pine Street Inn has a goal of ending homelessness and it honored its graduates that completed job training programs in food services and housekeeping. Slater's message to graduates focused on responding in a positive way to adversity.

Team Stats

Passing Yards269.34th
Rushing Yards117.07th
Points For27.43rd
Points Against15.61st

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