With New England's release of receiver Donald Jones, it appears Michael Jenkins will have a better chance of winning a job.
Wes Welker, Brandon Lloyd and Danny Woodhead are no longer with the team. Rob Gronkowski is facing an uncertain future and Aaron Hernandez is off the team and in jail. So the Patriots' offense could be without any downfield playmakers in 2013.
Tom Brady will be 36 when the 2013 season begins and what might be scary for the rest of the NFL -- Brady says he has never been more confident in his throwing. And he thanks former major league pitcher Tom House for that confidence.
Who starts at QB for the Bills, Jets, Raiders and Eagles? Who fills the leadership void in Baltimore? Pete Prisco asks a pressing question for each team heading into the summer.
According to a report, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is facing a fourth surgery on his broken forearm, which has been slow to heal.
Aaron Hernandez could miss OTAs and minicamp in the coming weeks after undergoing shoulder surgery earlier this offseason, according to a report.
The New England Patriots have re-signed wide receiver Julian Edelman to a one-year deal, CBSSports.com NFL insider Jason La Canfora confirmed Wednesday. Edelman had recently visited the Giants.
As CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports, the Patriots have signed receiver Michael Jenkins, where it's assumed he'll be New England's No. 2 receiver -- or at least have a chance to battle for the spot.
The Patriots were once again a boon for Fantasy owners in 2012. But, as Jamey Eisenberg writes, some offseason changes could be on the horizon that may have you thinking differently on Draft Day.
The Bills looked to be headed in the right direction in 2012, until the season started. Jamey Eisenberg sees big changes ahead this offseason and a bigger opportunity (hopefully) for C.J. Spiller.

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