Lewis Not Happy With His Team

It might be one of the biggest cliches in the NFL, but the bye week could not come at a better time for the Cincinnati Bengals -- who are beat up physically and emotionally. New England put the exclamation point on a three-game Cincinnati losing streak by pounding the Bengals 34-13 on Monday night in front of a national television audience.
October 3, 2007

Patriots - Chargers: Inactives

Patriots and Chargers Inactives for the game on Sunday. Biggest change to the list is Patriots offensive guard Stephen Neal (Pictured) who was replaced by Billy Yates.
September 16, 2007

Patriots Activate Samuel, Cut Two

The Patriots made a number of roster moves on Saturday, including activating cornerback Asante Samuel.
September 9, 2007

Practice Squad Player Gets Second Chance

Kyle Eckel is more than just another name on the practice squad, he represents a possible replacement for Heath Evans in a couple of years. The former Navy Midshipman joined the Patriots in 2005 to take his first step into the NFL. When the Dolphins claimed him, but didn't fully utilize his talents, Eckel's future appeared in doubt. Now that he's back, he has another chance to shine.
September 8, 2007

Patriots Release Caldwell, Sign Rivers

FOXBORO, Mass. -- The New England Patriots announced that veteran wide receiver Reche Caldwell was released today. In addition tight end Marcellus Rivers was re-signed, rookie linebacker David Herron was claimed off of waivers from the Minnesota Vikings and seven players were added to the practice squad.
September 3, 2007

Testaverde Among Patriots Final Roster Cuts

Quarterback Vinny Testaverde was among the cuts made by the New England Patriots on Saturday as them team pared the roster to comply with the league mandated 53-man limit. Armed with a pair of roster exemptions for Asante Samuel and Rodney Harrison, the Patriots still had some tough decisions to make. DE Richard Seymour has been placed on the PUP
September 2, 2007