2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
13-3, 1st in AFC East

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots safety Patrick Chung's two-year contract extension through the 2020 season has officially been signed. His cap numbers are as follows: $3.8 million in 2018, $4.2 million in 2019, and $4.2 million in 2020. Between a $4 million signing/roster bonus, $900,000 base salary and $400,000 in per-game roster bonuses and an $85,000 workout bonus, there is $5.4 million in cash for 2018.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

While scouting prospects at Georgia's pro day was the top priority Wednesday, perhaps Bill Belichick could have carved out some time to reminisce on three Super Bowl championships (2001, 2003, 2004) with former Patriots VP of Player Personnel Scott Pioli as they watched drills (photo by Vaughn McClure).

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill Belichick bumped into a familiar face at Georgia's pro day on Wednesday, as he catches up with former defensive coordinator Matt Patricia (photo by Vaughn McClure).

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Contract details for OT Matt Tobin: 1 year, $815,000. The deal doesn't include a signing bonus. Tobin gets a base salary of $790,000, and can earn an additional $25,000 in a workout bonus. His salary-cap charge is $655,000. There is also a split salary of $458,000 in the event of injury.

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2dRich Cimini

NFLers kick off multicity social justice campaign

Current and former NFL players kicked off a multicity campaign Tuesday in Albany, New York, to advocate for and lobby legislators on issues such as the juvenile justice system and police relations.

How will offseason changes affect Patriots? (1:44)
Does Peyton deserve to be ranked over Brady? (1:50)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

DE Adrian Clayborn's two-year contract with the Patriots is worth a base value of $10 million. He gets a $4 million signing bonus and has a $1.5 million base salary in 2018, and a $3.5 million base salary in 2019. In each year, Clayborn can earn $500,000 in per-game roster bonuses.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots have released veteran LB Shea McClellin with a failed physical designation, ESPN's Field Yates reports. McClellin missed the entire 2017 season (concussion), as he had been one of the team's designated-to-return players on injured reserve but remained on IR after experiencing a setback upon his return to practice. Because of that, McClellin wasn't projected to be a big part of the Patriots' 2018 plans.

Will the 'Patriot Way' withstand offseason turnover? (1:16)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

In addition to free-agent OT Cameron Fleming visiting the Cowboys, fellow free-agent OT LaAdrian Waddle is also expected to visit Dallas, according to ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer. Waddle, who has been with the Patriots since Dec. 16, 2015, had been in Foxborough late last week. With the Patriots' left tackle spot their biggest question mark, re-signing Fleming and/or Waddle would another layer of depth – but other teams are now interested.

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Biggest remaining need for all 32 NFL teams

Who will protect Tom Brady's blind side? Will the Packers add a cornerback? Here are the top questions remaining for every team after a furious first week of free agency.

Team Stats

Passing Yards276.12nd
Rushing Yards118.110th
Points For28.62nd
Points Against18.55th