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Report: Malcolm Butler Trade Unlikely, But He Had Deal In Place With Saints

BOSTON (CBS) — All signs keep pointing toward Malcolm Butler staying in New England.

The Patriots cornerback has been the subject of a litany of trade rumors ever since he hit restricted free agency in March, but it appears that such a move will not take place. 236 more words


Howe: Marshawn Lynch To The Patriots Still A 'Long Shot'

BOSTON (CBS) — Marshawn Lynch may have privately expressed interest in joining the Patriots, but that doesn’t mean that the interest is mutual.

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Patriots Now Involved in Marshawn Lynch Rumors. Introducing the Not Fucking Around Crew

I didn’t really buy into Marshawn Lynch coming out of retirement to play in Oakland. Guy legit seems to be enjoying retirement and not dealing with smashing into 300 pound men all day. 342 more words


Howe: 'I'd Be Stunned' If Kraft Let Belichick Sign Adrian Peterson

BOSTON (CBS) — The Patriots raised eyebrows across New England on Monday when they brought in free-agent running back Adrian Peterson for a visit. The former Vikings Pro-Bowler has been embroiled in controversy surrounding child abuse charges, which would make him an unlikely signing for Patriots owner Robert Kraft. 243 more words

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Howe: What's Next For Malcolm Butler, Patriots?

BOSTON (CBS) — A couple of weeks ago, everyone in New England was prepped and ready to hear the news that Malcolm Butler had been traded. 801 more words


Howe: Malcolm Butler 'Calmed Down', Would Still 'Prefer' To Stay With Patriots

BOSTON (CBS) — Malcolm Butler has been a big subject of discussion during the Patriots’ busy offseason. The team’s big-money signing of cornerback Stephon Gilmore, which they reportedly… 477 more words

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Why The No. 1 Seed Is Still Important For The Patriots

BOSTON (CBS) — With the Raiders losing quarterback Derek Carr, a potential trip to Oakland for the AFC Championship doesn’t seem as daunting (or likely) for the New England Patriots. 283 more words

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