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2019 Schedule
12-4, 1st in AFC East
Cam Jordan drops Mahomes from top QBs list (0:43)
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23hMichael Rothstein

More than ever, Patriots ties run deep with Lions

It's possible Detroit will have five defensive starters who were former Patriots. From playbook to culture, the Lions are betting on the Patriot Way.

Stephen A. offers Max glasses after Brady debate (2:39)
Katie Nolan is no longer a Tom Brady fan (0:49)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill Belichick: "I have had the privilege of coaching some of the best specialists in the NFL and Stephen Gostkowski is one of them. Stephen had many highlights over his 14 years as a Patriot and one of the most impressive was the way it began, when he succeeded the most accomplished kicker in NFL history. For some, this may have been too difficult a challenge. But from his rookie year, Stephen exuded a maturity and confidence that demonstrated he was up to the task."

Brady opens up about departure from Patriots (2:17)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

DE/OLB Shilique Calhoun, who contributed on special teams (237 snaps) and in a niche role on defense (266 snaps) last year, has re-signed with the Patriots. The 6-foot-4, 260-pound Calhoun played in 15 games last year (1 start) and finished with nine tackles on defense. He was a regular on the team's punt protection unit. Calhoun spent the first three years of his career with the Raiders before signing with the Patriots last season.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

With Phillip Dorsett agreeing to a one-year deal with the Seahawks, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson, the Patriots say goodbye to their No. 4-5 option over the past three seasons. Damiere Byrd, who signed a one-year deal as the Patriots' first free-agent signing this offseason, projects to fill that role. Byrd potentially offers more than Dorsett did in the return game, and also as a ball-carrier on designed run plays, which might help explain why the Patriots moved in that direction.

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Seattle adds speed to WR corps with Dorsett deal

The Seahawks have agreed to a one-year deal with Phillip Dorsett, he told ESPN's Josina Anderson, giving Seattle a veteran option for the No. 3 wide receiver role.

Terry Bradshaw questions Tom Brady's decision to go to Tampa (1:40)
Will Belichick regret moving on from Brady? (2:17)
Should Pats fans embrace Stidham era? (0:50)

Team Stats

Passing Yards247.68th
Rushing Yards106.418th
Points For26.17th
Points Against14.1

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