New England Patriots

Analyzing McShay's mock: Patriots
The New England Patriots have the No. 29 pick in the 2014 NFL draft. They could go in a number of different directions as, unlike last year, when they were locked into the receiver position, there is no glaring void to fill.

Packers-Seahawks most expensive
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As NFL schedules were announced on Wednesday night, many season ticket holders scrambled to the secondary market to list their game tickets.

Offensive line by contract length
With the Patriots picking up the fifth-year option on left tackle Nate Solder's contract, which was expected, let's take a look at the team's offensive line through the lens of when each top player's contract expires:Left tackleSolder (2015)Left guardLogan Mankins (2016)Josh Kline (2015)CenterRyan Wendell (2015)Right guardDan Connolly (2014)Chris Barker (2015)Right tackleSebastian Vollmer (2016)Marcus Cannon (2014)Others on the roster who could emerge from a developmental perspective include center Braxston Cave (2015), tackle Jordan Devey (2015), tackle/guard R.

Pats pick up Nate Solder's option
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The New England Patriots have exercised the fifth-year option on left tackle Nate Solder's contract, a league source confirmed.

Beyond the 1st round: Cornerback
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Each day over the next 10 days, this space will focus on one position in the NFL draft by highlighting a prospect in Rounds 2-7 who might fit for the New England Patriots.

Weekly Patriots chat at 11 a.m.
Every Thursday on ESPNBoston.com, there is a Patriots chat in the late morning/early afternoon. Today's chat is scheduled for 11 a.m. ET, and questions can be submitted in advance.

Patriots game-by-game predictions
We take an early crack at game by game picks for the Pats in 2014.

Additional thoughts on Patriots' schedule
A few more thoughts on the Patriots' schedule:WRs and Brandon Browner's return: The Patriots will be without the cornerback for the first four games, but the first four games look favorable from an opposing wide receiver standpoint.

New England Patriots schedule analysis
Breakdown: The Patriots have a well-placed bye in Week 10, on Nov. 9. That is the first thing that catches the eye when looking at the schedule. Add in that the bye comes the week after another Patriots-Broncos showdown (Nov.

New England Patriots schedule analysis
Breakdown: The Patriots have a well-placed bye in Week 10, on Nov. 9. That is the first thing that catches the eye when looking at the schedule. Add in that the bye comes the week after another Patriots-Broncos showdown (Nov.

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