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13-3, 1st in AFC East

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots captain Matthew Slater, at a football camp for kids in Sudbury, Mass., discusses his plans to change as many diapers as he can before the start of training camp Thursday.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots first-round picks Sony Michel (right) and Isaiah Wynn — former teammates at Georgia — greet each other as they host a football camp for 400-plus kids in Sudbury, Massachusetts on Saturday. Rookies, all quarterbacks, and players recovering from physical ailments report to training camp Monday.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

With the Patriots placing longshot OL Andrew Jelks (Vanderbilt) on the reserve/retired list Friday, it opens a spot on the team's 90-man roster. The Patriots would ideally like to have three full offensive-line units for camp, so filling the open spot with an offensive lineman would be the best-case scenario for them. There are currently 13 offensive linemen on the roster, although not all are 100 percent healthy.

Golic Jr. not surprised by Harrison's coaching comments (1:07)
Jefferson: Most successful coaches are serious people (1:03)
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2dSam Alipour

Fear and floating in the Caribbean

We went shark diving (shark diving!) with Rob Gronkowski (Gronk!) in the Bahamas (the Bahamas!). What could possibly go wrong?!

Gronk swims with Sharks (5:21)
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2dJeremy Fowler

Harrison: Belichick far better coach than Tomlin

James Harrison, the Steelers' all-time sack leader who played much of his career for Mike Tomlin, said on Fox Sports 1 Thursday that Bill Belichick is by far the better coach.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Reporting day for the majority of Patriots players is July 25, but some players have already been showing up to the facility. Rob Gronkowski, for example, stopped in Monday.

Is Bortles right about the 'Tom Brady model'? (1:46)
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Despite catch rule change, refs defend rulings

Some veteran NFL referees don't see the revamped catch rule as a big change for games because they believe they've already been calling catches the new way.

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9dESPN.com staff

AFC East Q&A: Who will win the division?

Spoiler alert: Bank on (who else?) the Patriots winning their 16th division crown in 19 years. But will the Bills make it back to the playoffs?

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Team Stats

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