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Weekly Patriots mail is delivered
Every Tuesday on ESPNBoston.com, questions from Patriots followers are answered as part of a weekly mailbag. This week's mailbag has been posted and includes some of the following topics:1.

Brady leftovers: On Gronkowski, Wright
A few leftovers from New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's talk on WEEI's Dennis & Callahan on Tuesday morning: On Gronkowski saying he will play.

Garoppolo on No. 2: 'Hasn't really sunk in'
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- When the New England Patriots traded quarterback Ryan Mallett to the Houston Texans on Sunday, it answered one of the lingering questions for the team at the end of the preseason: Who would be the top backup behind Tom Brady?

Under Armour inks Gisele Bundchen
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Under Armour has signed a model to be part of its new women's campaign. And not just any model -- Mrs. Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen.

New England Patriots game predictions
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Brady: Mankins was Patriots football
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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said Tuesday that he's "moving on" after the surprising trade of offensive lineman Logan Mankins last week.

Brady touches on his mindset with future
With the New England Patriots trading offensive lineman Logan Mankins last week, the question has been asked in some circles: Could the same thing happen with quarterback Tom Brady in the future if rookie Jimmy Garoppolo continues to progress?

Getting to know the Miami Dolphins
Two of the main things that stand out with the 2014 Miami Dolphins, who host the New England Patriots on Sunday, are at the line of scrimmage.They have an entirely new offensive line, which is not necessarily a bad thing after quarterback Ryan Tannehill was sacked an NFL-high 58 times last season.

Pats claim safety Jones; waive OL Barker
The New England Patriots claimed second-year safety Don Jones on waivers from the Miami Dolphins on Monday, and waived second-year offensive lineman Chris Barker to make room on the 53-man roster.

Patriots work out snapper McDermott
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- After releasing incumbent snapper Danny Aiken on Saturday, the New England Patriots have a void to fill on their roster and they took a closer look at one possibility on Monday, working out former San Francisco 49er Kevin McDermott.

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