Patriots Express Interest In Corey Dillon

Is the return of an old friend right around the corner? That's the way it looks according to a report by Scout.com's Adam Caplan. Former Patriot running back Corey Dillon may be making his comeback.
November 2, 2007

It's All Up To Maroney Now

When the New England Patriots decided that Corey Dillon would be granted his request for release, it put Laurence Maroney in the role of feature back. Although the team will probably carry five or six running backs, including 2007 draft pick Justise Hairston, it's Maroney's performance which will determine the unit's success or failure.
July 8, 2007

Coach's Corner

As he approaches the end of his career in the NFL, it is pretty easy to state that Seattle's own Corey Dillon may well have been the very best running back we will ever see wearing the Purple and Gold. Certainly for his single season, there has never been another one like him.
May 30, 2007

Dillon's Visit To Tennessee Postponed

Corey Dillon's future in the NFL has been put on hold once again, this time by Tennessee. The Titans appear to be working on a deal to acquire Michael Turner.
April 3, 2007

Jauron Heaps Praise On Dillon

Buffalo Bills head coach Dick Jauron was a guest on Sirius NFL radio this week. With the Bills in the market for a running back to replace Willis McGahee, Jauron talked about the decision to pursue a potential replacement and other factors affecting Buffalo's off-season moves.
March 10, 2007