New England Patriots

Stadium: Gillette Stadium | Coach: Bill Belichick
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense2nd118.1 (10th)276.1 (2nd)
Defense28th114.8 (19th)251.2 (29th)
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6Allen, Ryan P6-22202/28/19906Louisiana Tech
83Allen, Dwayne TE6-32652/24/19907Clemson
80Amendola, Danny WR5-1119011/2/198510Texas Tech
60Andrews, David C6-32957/10/19924Georgia
29Bademosi, Johnson DB6-02067/23/19907Stanford
88Bennett, Martellus TE6-62753/10/198711Texas A&M
38Bolden, Brandon RB5-112201/26/19907Ole Miss
12Brady, Tom QB6-42258/3/197719Michigan
97Branch, Alan NT6-635012/29/198412Michigan
85Britt, Kenny WR6-32239/19/198810Rutgers
90Brown, Malcom DT6-23202/2/19944Texas
34Burkhead, Rex RB5-102107/2/19906Nebraska
21Butler, Malcolm DB5-111903/2/19905West Alabama
70Butler, Adam DT6-43004/12/19942Vanderbilt
61Cannon, Marcus T6-63355/6/19888TCU
49Cardona, Joe LS6-32454/16/19924Navy
23Chung, Patrick DB5-112158/19/198710Oregon
14Cooks, Brandin WR5-101899/25/19935Oregon State
74Croston, Cole T6-531512/25/19932Iowa
51Davis, Keionta DE6-32713/1/19941Tennessee-Chattanooga
46Develin, James RB6-32557/23/19886Brown
13Dorsett, Phillip WR5-101851/5/19934Miami (Fla.)
43Ebner, Nate DB6-022012/14/19887Ohio State
11Edelman, Julian WR5-102005/22/198610Kent State
66Farris, Chase G6-42954/8/19931Ohio State
59Ferentz, James C6-22856/5/19893Iowa
71Fleming, Cameron T6-63209/3/19925Stanford
59Flowers, Marquis LB6-32502/16/19925Arizona
98Flowers, Trey DE6-22658/16/19934Arkansas
63Garcia, Antonio T6-730212/10/19931Troy
35Gillislee, Mike RB5-1121911/1/19906Florida
24Gilmore, Stephon DB6-11909/19/19907South Carolina
3Gostkowski, Stephen K6-12151/28/198413Memphis
50Grigsby, Nicholas LB6-22307/2/19922Pittsburgh
96Grissom, Geneo LB6-42656/4/19924Oklahoma
87Gronkowski, Rob TE6-62655/14/19899Arizona
93Guy, Lawrence DT6-43053/17/19908Arizona State
30Harmon, Duron DB6-12051/24/19916Rutgers
45Harris, David LB6-22501/21/198412Michigan
92Harrison, James LB6-02425/4/197816Kent State
54Hightower, Dont'a LB6-32653/12/19907Alabama
15Hogan, Chris WR6-121010/24/19886Monmouth (N.J.)
81Hollister, Cody WR6-420911/18/19931Arkansas
47Hollister, Jacob TE6-423911/18/19932Wyoming
2Hoyer, Brian QB6-221510/13/198510Michigan State
94Jean Francois, Ricky DT6-331311/23/198610LSU
76Jelks, Andrew T6-630712/6/19931Vanderbilt
31Jones, Jonathan CB5-101909/20/19933Auburn
34Jones, David DB6-321012/4/19931Richmond
41Jones, Cyrus CB5-1020011/29/19933Alabama
75Karras, Ted G6-43053/15/19933Illinois
64Kidder, Caleb DE6-52692/4/19942Montana
 King, Jason G6-431011/18/19931Purdue
36King, Brandon SAF6-22206/8/19934Auburn
48Langi, Harvey LB6-22529/24/19922Brigham Young
55Lee, Eric DE6-32608/6/19942South Florida
33Lewis, Dion RB5-81959/27/19907Pittsburgh
 Lewis, Ryan DB6-02004/15/19941Pittsburgh
69Mason, Shaq C6-13108/28/19934Georgia Tech
 McCarron, Riley WR5-91856/16/19931Iowa
32McCourty, Devin DB5-101958/13/19879Rutgers
17Reedy, Bernard WR5-817512/31/19912Toledo
37Richards, Jordan SAF5-112101/21/19934Stanford
95Rivers, Derek OLB6-52505/9/19942Youngstown State
52Roberts, Elandon LB6-02354/22/19943Houston
25Rowe, Eric CB6-120510/3/19924Utah
18Slater, Matthew WR6-02059/9/198511UCLA
77Solder, Nate T6-83254/12/19888Colorado
62Thuney, Joe G6-530511/18/19923NC State
35Travis, Damarius DB6-22154/19/19941Minnesota
 Tye, Will TE6-225611/4/19913Stony Brook
99Valentine, Vincent DT6-33202/23/19943Nebraska
53Van Noy, Kyle LB6-32433/26/19915Brigham Young
68Waddle, LaAdrian T6-63157/21/19916Texas Tech
28White, James RB5-102052/3/19925Wisconsin
 Wiltz, Jomal CB5-1018010/23/19941Iowa State
91Wise, Deatrich DE6-52717/26/19942Arkansas
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Position Listing
Nate Solder
Solder (illness) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bills.

Solder was a late addition to the injury report this week after coming down with an illness Saturday. However, it appears he's set to tough this one out.

Dont'a Hightower
Hightower (pectoral) currently appears on track to be available for the 2018 season opener, Mike Reiss of reports.

Hightower has seemed to avoid any setbacks in his recovery thus far, which makes him a realistic candidate to be available for the start of the 2018 season. The 27-year-old underwent season-ending pectoral surgery in late October, and the Patriots could very well express additional caution bringing him back given the linebacker's injury history.

Pectoral - Questionable for the start of training camp
Eric Rowe
Rowe (groin) is inactive for Sunday's contest against Miami.

Rowe has missed the Patriots' last six games due to his groin injury. He was limited in practice throughout the week, which suggests he could be nearing a return. Look for Johnson Bademosi and Jonathan Jones to fill in for Rowe once again.

Caleb Kidder
Undisclosed - Questionable for the start of training camp
No Updates
Brandin Cooks
Cooks (head) finished the regular season with 65 catches (on 114 targets) for 1,082 yards and seven TDs in 16 games.

Cooks, who also ran nine times for 40 yards this past season, was knocked out of Sunday's Super Bowl loss to the Eagles after just 18 snaps. While the Patriots were able to rack up 33 points in the contest, they had to adjust their game plan minus their top deep threat for almost three full quarters. The 24-year-old speedster remains under contract with the Patriots in 2018 and will once again serve as one of QB Tom Brady's top pass-catching weapons next season.

Concussion - Questionable for the start of training camp
Kyle Van Noy
Van Noy (calf) doesn't appear on the injury report ahead of Saturday's game against the Titans.

Van Noy, who missed three games in December with a calf injury, returned for the regular-season finale but was clearly on a snap count considering he only logged 12 plays on defense. The Patriots' first-round bye afforded him extra rest and he should be in for a full workload this time around.

Stephen Gostkowski
Gostkowski made 37 of his 40 field-goal attempts during the 2017 regular season, en route to logging 156 points, which trailed only Greg Zuerlein of the Rams, who recorded 158 points in 14 games.

Gostkowski, whose career-high in points is 158 (in 2013), continues to benefit from working behind New England's Tom Brady-helmed offense. The 2006 fourth-rounder, who turns 34 on Jan. 28, is under contract with the Patriots next season and slated to earn a base salary of $3,200,000. Looking ahead to 2018, Gostkowski will continue to profile as one of the league's more reliable fantasy kickers, given his favorable team context.

Jonathan Jones
Jones (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports.

Jones suffered some sort of injury during the fourth quarter of last week's divisional-round victory over the Titans. A core special-teams player for the Patriots, Jones' spot on the 53-man roster will be taken by return specialist Bernard Reedy.

Undisclosed - Questionable for the start of training camp
Dion Lewis
Lewis carried nine times for 39 yards in Sunday's 41-33 loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl LII.

Lewis logged 21 (of a possible 76) snaps on offense Sunday, while sharing backfield duties with James White (45 snaps) and Rex Burkhead (nine snaps). During the regular season, Lewis carried a team-high 180 times for 896 yards and six TDs, also catching 32 passes for 216 yards and another three scores in the air. The 27-year-old is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason and while we'd expect that the Patriots would like to keep their leading rusher around, that will only happen on their own terms financially. Lewis' 5.0 yards per carry were indicative of his effective running in 2017, but at five-foot-8, 195 pounds injuries have been an issue throughout his career.

Will Tye
Tye signed a reserve/future contract with the Patriots on Tuesday, Mikes Reiss of reports.

Tye joined the Patriots' practice squad after being released by the Jets in early October. He has proven to be a contributing tight end, recording back-to-back 40-plus reception seasons with the Giants starting in 2015. All the tight ends on New England's roster are under contract through next season, so Tye will need to separate himself from the pack this offseason if he hopes to make the 53-man roster.

James Harrison
The Patriots signed Harrison to a contract Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

The 39-year-old Harrison was released by the Steelers three days earlier after seeing limited use most of the season behind first-round pick T.J. Watt, who claimed a starting role at outside linebacker out of training camp. The owner of 82.5 career sacks, Harrison seems unlikely to be used as anything more than a situational pass rusher in New England, but his addition at least gives the Patriots some extra coverage on the edge with Kyle Van Noy (calf) having missed the team's last three games.

Rob Gronkowski
Gronkowski (concussion) brought in nine of 15 targets for 116 yards and two touchdowns during the Patriots' 41-33 loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl LII on Sunday.

The star tight end got off to a slow start before coming on in the second half, logging touchdown receptions of five and four yards from Tom Brady in the third and fourth quarter, respectively. The second score afforded the Patriots a short-lived 33-32 advantage and gave Gronkowski three touchdowns for the fourth consecutive postseason. Despite the fact he's only 28 years of age, the 2010 second-round pick's extensive injury history is notably leading to some rumblings of a possible retirement as per Paul Perillo of the team's official site, but Gronkowski is on record as saying he'll take several weeks to evaluate his future. Ironically, the multi-time Pro Bowler just wrapped up a strong bounce-back season, one that saw him haul in 69 of 106 targets for 1,084 yards and eight touchdowns over 14 games.

Jordan Richards
Richards (knee) will be active for Saturday's game against the Jets.

Richards will likely see reps on special teams with usual starting safeties Patrick Chung and Devin McCourty both healthy.

David Jones
No Updates
Nate Ebner
Ebner (knee) was officially placed on injured reserve by the Patriots on Monday.

Ebner sustained the injury on a fake punt attempt in Sunday's win over the Dolphins. The 28-year-old has primarily served as a special teams player during his time with the Patriots.

Knee - Questionable for the start of training camp
Antonio Garcia
Illness - Questionable for the start of training camp
No Updates
Kenny Britt
Britt finished the 2017 regular season with 20 catches on 42 targets for 256 yards and two TDs in 12 games, including nine contests with the Browns and three with the Patriots.

It's been an interesting journey for Britt, who parlayed a strong season with the Rams in 2016 into four-year, $32.5 million free agent contract with the Browns this past offseason. Things never clicked for the 6-foot-3, 223-pound wideout in a Cleveland uniform and he ended up signing a deal with the Patriots (that runs through next season) after being waived by the Browns in December. Set to earn $1,468,750 in 2018, Britt stands to benefit from a full offseason with the Patriots, though he'll still need to climb up a depth chart that will be topped by Brandin Cooks, Chris Hogan and Julian Edelman (knee) before he re-enters the fantasy conversation.

Devin McCourty
McCourty underwent shoulder surgery Wednesday, Mike Reiss of reports.

The surgery is not believed to be anything serious. Per the report, the procedure was done as a means of absolving a nagging injury that left McCourty with some discomfort during the season. Barring any unforeseen setbacks, he'll be 100 percent well before training camp gets underway.

Shoulder - Questionable for the start of training camp
Julian Edelman
Edelman (knee) was able to run with resistance bands Tuesday, NBC Sports Boston reports.

At this point in his rehab from October surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee, Edelman seems to have progressed as anticipated. It's still likely that he'll face limitations by the time the Patriots' offseason program begins, but the expectation remains that he'll be a full participant for training camp. Edelman, who will turn 32 in May and is under contract through 2019, should settle back into his normal role as the team's top slot receiver during the upcoming season.

Knee - ACL - Questionable for the start of training camp
Vincent Valentine
Valentine (knee) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Saints.

Valentine practiced on a limited basis Thursday but sat out Wednesday and Friday's sessions, so this isn't a major surprise. Undrafted rookie Adam Butler could see an enhanced role with Valentine missing his second consecutive game to start the season.

Knee - Questionable for the start of training camp
Brandon Bolden
Bolden finished up the 2017 season with 13 carries for 67 yards and one catch for seven yards in 16 games.

The 27-year-old has been with the Patriots since 2012, and he's managed to stick around that long thanks to his versatility and special-teams prowess. Bolden is slated to become a free agent this offseason, but it's not hard to imagine him re-signing with New England in order to reprise his current role with the team. Also in line to become free agents this offseason are fellow running backs Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead, but in any case, if Bolden is brought back by the Patriots, it would not be to compete for a starting slot.

Damarius Travis
No Updates
Patrick Chung
Chung logged 63 of a possible 75 snaps on defense before exiting Sunday's 41-33 loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl LII due to a concussion.

Prior to his exit, Chung recorded a team-high nine tackles (six solo). Chung, who finished the 2017 regular season with 84 tackles and a pick in 16 games, remains under contract with the Patriots in 2018. He's in line to remain a starting strong safety for the team next season, working in tandem with free safety Devin McCourty.

Concussion - Questionable for the start of training camp
Johnson Bademosi
The Lions and Bademosi agreed to a two-year contract Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Bademosi has made his bones in the NFL as a special-teams ace, culminating in a career-high 27 tackles and one fumble recovery last season. With the move from Cleveland to Detroit, the opportunity may exist for Bademosi to play a role in a rejiggered secondary, but containment on kick and punt returns will again be on the docket.

David Andrews
The Patriots have ruled out Andrews (illness) for Sunday's game versus the Dolphins.

Andrews will miss his second consecutive game while he continues to recover from an illness. Ted Karras will presumably replace him at center for the contest.

Joe Thuney
No Updates
Duron Harmon
Harmon (knee) played 20 defensive snaps in Saturday's preseason game against the Texans.

It looks as though Harmon has fully recovered from the knee injury that been plaguing him for quite some time. Harmon projects to serve as a backup safety for New England this season after accruing 29 stops and an interception in 16 appearances in 2016.

Stephon Gilmore
Gilmore finished the 2017 regular season with 50 tackles and two interceptions in 13 games.

Expectations were high after the cornerback sign a five-year, $65 million contract with the Patriots this offseason, but Gilmore endured a rough start to his 2017 campaign. His play improved as the season rolled along, however, and the 27-year-old is poised to remain a mainstay in the New England secondary for the foreseeable future.

Harvey Langi
Langi (neck/knee) is optimistic about his chances to return for OTAs, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports.

Langi was placed on the Non-Football Injury list in October after he and his wife were injured in a car accident. He had to recover both knee and neck injuries, but it isn't anticipated that he'll miss much, if any, of the team's offseason program. The undrafted rookie saw his year cut short but will have every chance to earn a roster spot once again in 2018.

Knee - Meniscus - Questionable for the start of training camp
LaAdrian Waddle
Waddle (knee) was not present on the Patriots' injury report Wednesday.

Waddle was a limited participant in practice last week after sitting out the AFC championship for the knee sprain he suffered in the divisional-round win over the Titans. The 26-year-old may slot back in as the Patriots' starting right tackle, but Cameron Fleming could also be in the mix for snaps.

Ricky Jean Francois
The Patriots signed Jean Francois to a contract Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Returning to New England for his second stint with the club this season, Jean Francois will provide insurance along the defensive line, with Alan Branch (knee) uncertain to play Sunday against the Steelers. Jean Francois has appeared in a combined nine games this season with the Packers and Patriots, collecting four total tackles.

James Ferentz
Ferentz signed a contract with the Patriots on Thursday.

Ferentz spent the last two seasons with Denver, where he appeared in 21 regular-season games and one postseason game. Now with New England, the 27-year-old offensive lineman will look to make the team as a depth and special teams player.

Mike Gillislee
Gillislee finished the 2017 season with 104 carries for 383 yards and five TDs to go along with one catch for 15 yards in nine games.

As he was at times down the stretch during the regular season, Gillislee was a healthy scratch for Sunday's Super Bowl against the Eagles. The 27-year-old scored four of his TDs in the Patriots' first two games and subsequently saw teammate Dion Lewis supplant him as the team's top back. Gillislee remains under contract with New England in 2018, but it's not out of the question that the Patriots consider parting ways with him, with the running back's contract for next season not calling for any guaranteed money.

Matthew Slater
Slater (hamstring) is officially active for Monday night's game against the Dolphins.

Slater returns after a three-week absence from the hamstring injury he sustained against the Broncos in Week 10. The 32-year-old should resume his role as a special teams ace in Monday's contest.

Deatrich Wise
Wise (concussion) does not appear on the injury report ahead of Super Bowl LII.

Wise has evidently cleared concussion protocol after being a full participant in practice both Thursday and Friday. There's been no indication he'll be under any sort of snap restriction Sunday.

Rex Burkhead
Burkhead carried three times for 18 yards and hauled in his only target for 46 yards in Sunday's 41-33 loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl LII.

Burkhead logged nine snaps (of a possible 76) Sunday, while James White recorded 45 snaps and Dion Lewis was out there for 21 snaps. During the regular season, Burkhead logged 64 carries for 264 yards and five TDs, while catching 30 passes for 254 yards and three TDs in 10 games. The 27-year-old is eligible to become a free agent this offseason, but we suspect that the Patriots would like to keep the versatile Burkhead around, at the right price.

Joe Cardona
No Updates
Ryan Allen
No Updates
Cameron Fleming
Fleming (ankle) is inactive for the Patriots' season opener against the Chiefs on Thursday.

There was some optimism that Fleming might be ready to play after returning to practice Tuesday, but instead he will not dress against the Chiefs. Regardless, the former fourth-round pick now has plenty of time to be ready for Week 2.

Alan Branch
Branch (knee) does not appear on Wednesday's injury report.

Branch hasn't taken the field since Week 14 of the regular season when he originally injured the meniscus in one of his knees. However, his absence from the injury report suggests that problem is now a thing of the past.

Jason King
No Updates
Brian Hoyer
Hoyer completed 123 of 211 passing attempts for 1,287 passing yards to go along with four TDs and four picks during the 2017 regular season.

All but four of his completions and 42 of his passing yards were accrued while Hoyer was a member of the 49ers, with whom the 32-year-old played six games this past season before being released and then signed to a three-year deal by New England, where he played from 2009 to 2011. His experience and familiarity with the organization provides the team with some short-term backup stability behind 40-year-old-starter Tom Brady, while Hoyer's two remaining seasons under contract with the team presumably paves to the way for the franchise to draft and develop another young signal-caller to groom now that Patriots' 2014 second-rounder Jimmy Garoppolo is helming San Francisco's offense.

Malcolm Butler
Butler's only snap in Super Bowl LII came on special teams.

The cornerback was healthy enough to suit up and had played all 74 snaps on defense in the AFC championship game, so coach Bill Belichick's decision to sit Butler remains puzzling. Per ESPN's Mike Reiss, it's not a matter Belichick wants to go into any detail on at this stage. In any case, Butler is eligible to become a free agent this offseason, and after Sunday it's hard to imagine him returning to the Patriots in 2018. During the regular season, Butler was on the field for 97.8 percent of New England's defensive snaps, en route to recording 60 tackles, two picks and three forced fumbles.

Eric Lee
Lee is officially active for Saturday's divisional-round game against the Titans despite ankle and finger injuries.

Lee was listed as questionable and was a limited practice participant throughout the week. The 23-year-old should serve his usual rotational role at defensive end for the Patriots against the Titans.

Cyrus Jones
Jones has been ruled out for the season with a torn ACL and partially torn meniscus, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Jones suffered the non-contact injury in Thursday's preseason finale against the Giants, and the 2016 second-round pick will have to sit out his second NFL season. He was likely going to play a role as a return man and on special teams coverage this season.

Knee - ACL - Questionable for the start of training camp
Malcom Brown
Brown (foot) participated fully in Sunday's practice and expects to be good to go for the Super Bowl, Doug Kyed of reports.

Brown was unable to practice earlier in the week due to a minor foot injury, but the 2015 first-rounder appears to have put the issue behind him. The starting defensive tackle has six total tackles through two playoff games.

Brandon King
King (knee) was a full participant in Thursday's practice session.

King was limited during Wednesday's practice due to an unspecified knee injury but the issue didn't hinder him at all Thursday. He isn't expected to be limited by the injury during the Super Bowl on Sunday. Look for King to see his typical role as a depth safety and special teams player.

Phillip Dorsett
Dorsett finished the 2017 regular season with 12 catches on 18 targets for 194 yards in 15 games.

The 2015 first-rounder joined the Patriots in early September via a trade that sent backup QB Jacoby Brissett to the Colts. At the time, it wasn't hard to picture the speedster turning into an occasional deep threat for the team, at a minimum, but he never caught more than three passes in a given game this past season, despite the fact that fellow wideout Chris Hogan missed seven games. Perhaps a full offseason with the team can help Dorsett push for a bigger role in 2018, but that's hardly a lock, with late-season acquisition Kenny Britt under contract next season and Julian Edelman (knee) set to return from injury, bolstering a wideout corps that's also slated to include Hogan, Brandin Cooks and Malcolm Mitchell (knee), health permitting. Moreover, Danny Amendola is eligible for free agency this offseason, but it wouldn't surprise us if he's re-signed by the Patriots. The bottom line is that Dorsett figures to need at least a couple breaks to go his way next season before he hits the fantasy radar.

Chase Farris
Farris (undisclosed) was waived Thursday by the Patriots, Phil Berry of CSN New England reports.

Ferris was waived with a non-football injury designation after spending the majority of last season on the team's practice squad. The Patriots now have an open roster spot with training camp just around the corner.

Undisclosed - Questionable for the start of training camp
Ryan Lewis
No Updates
Geneo Grissom
Grissom was signed to the Patriots' 53-man roster Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

Grissom was cut by the Patriots in the start of November and rejoins a teams still dealing with injuries on the defensive line. Trey Flowers (ribs) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bills, so this could be the 25-year-old's best opportunity to make an impact defensively.

Marquis Flowers
Flowers (illness) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Titans.

Flowers missed Wednesday's practice with an illness but returned Thursday in a limited capacity. If he isn't able to play, the Patriots may need James Harrison to take on an increased workload.

Lawrence Guy
Guy will sign a four-year, $20 million contract with the Patriots, Ian Rapoport of reports.

Guy has worked his way into a couple productive seasons the last two years with the Ravens. He posted his best campaign in 2015, recording 46 tackles (29 solo) and 4.5 sacks in that season. Entering his seventh season, the 26-year-old will likely reprise that role when the team employs its 3-4 scheme in 2017.

Cole Croston
No Updates
Elandon Roberts
Roberts had four tackles (three solo) and two sacks against the Dolphins on Sunday.

The second-year pro had never posted a sack before Sunday, so this performance shouldn't be counted on. Roberts played just 34 of 61 possible defensive snaps, though, which makes it tough for him to be a weekly asset.

Marcus Cannon
The Patriots placed Cannon (ankle) on injured reserve Wednesday.

Cannon hadn't practiced in weeks and was unable to make much progress since sustaining the high-ankle sprain in Week 8, prompting New England to shut him down for the season. According to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, Cannon, who is also nursing a foot injury, will likely require surgery to address the ankle issue, but the Patriots expect him to be ready to go for Organized Team Activities in the spring. New England will proceed with LaAdrian Waddle (ankle) as its right tackle, with Cameron Fleming set to serve as the backup at the position.

Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
Cody Hollister
No Updates
Keionta Davis
Back - Questionable for the start of training camp
No Updates
David Harris
Harris announced his retirement from the NFL on Friday, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports.

Prior to his surprising release last summer, Harris was a consistent force in the middle of the Jets' defense for years after the team traded up to select the Michigan product in the second round of the 2007 draft. He ultimately racked up the second-most tackles in Jets history (1,087) during his 10 seasons with Gang Green and goes down as one of the team's all-time great defenders despite being perennially underrated by the media. Combined with his one-year stint in New England, Harris will finish his career with 1,109 tackles, 36.5 sacks, six interceptions and 11 forced fumbles over 164 career games.

Chris Hogan
Hogan hauled in six of eight targets for 128 yards and a touchdown during the Patriots' 41-33 loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl LII on Sunday.

The speedster's importance went up a notch once Brandin Cooks was lost to a concussion in the first quarter, and he responded by posting a season-high receiving yardage total. Among his noteworthy plays, the fifth-year pass catcher hauled in a 26-yard scoring dart from Tom Brady late in the third quarter that brought the Patriots to within 29-26 at the time. Hogan had played a minimal role in the Patriots' first two preseason games, but Sunday's outburst wasn't exactly surprising considering he'd often been productive when given the opportunity during the regular season. Hogan's shoulder issues limited to just nine games in 2017, but he brought in a respectable 34 of 59 targets for 439 yards and five touchdowns during that span. With Danny Amendola potentially heading into unrestricted free agency, Hogan could find himself playing a prominent role alongside Cooks and the returning Julian Edelman (knee) in what would be a contract season in 2018.

Shaq Mason
No Updates
James Develin
Develin finished the 2017 regular season with six catches on 10 targets for 38 yards in 16 games.

There's not much fantasy value attached to Develin's job as the Patriots' starting fullback, but his blocking prowess earned the 29-year-old Pro Bowl recognition. Develin remains under contract with the Patriots for the 2018 season.

Derek Rivers
There hasn't been any indication that Rivers (knee) has experienced any snags in his recovery from August surgery to repair a torn ACL, putting him on track to enter the 2018 season at full strength, Mike Reiss of reports.

With Rivers, a 2017 third-round pick, having more than a calendar year to recover from a serious knee injury, it appears promising that he won't face many restrictions in training camp or the preseason. Given New England's need to add young athletes to the front seven, Rivers could carve out a decent-sized role in the team's defensive-line rotation next season.

Knee - ACL - Questionable for the start of training camp
Nicholas Grigsby
Grisby was signed by the Patriots on Tuesday, Mike Reiss of reports.

Grigsby was a member of the Ravens' practice squad but will now head to New England as the Patriots look to bolster a beat up linebacking corps. Grigsby spent the preseason with the Rams before being cut prior to the beginning of the regular season.

Trey Flowers
Flowers finished the 2017 regular season with 62 tackles and a team-high 6.5 sacks in 14 games to go along with two forced fumbles.

Given his defensive line eligibility, Flowers has carved out some utility in IDP formats in his role as the team's starting right defensive end. It's an assignment the 2015 fourth-rounder should reprise in 2018, the final year of his rookie deal with the Patriots.

Dwayne Allen
Allen finished the 2017 regular season with 10 catches on 22 targets for 86 yards and a TD.

Signed by the Patriots this past offseason to provide the team with both valuable insurance for, as well as a complementary option to, oft-injured tight end Rob Gronkowski, Allen seemed likely to make a fantasy splash at some point in 2017. However, with Gronkowski avoiding any major in-season injuries, Allen never came close to the sort of production, especially around the red zone, that he did during his stint with the Colts. The 27-year-old is under contract with the Patriots through the 2019 season, but Allen could end up being cut by the team for salary cap purposes, in the absence of a contract restructuring.

Andrew Jelks
Jelks is dealing with a knee issue and will open training camp on the Patriots' Non-Football Injury list, Phil Perry of CSN New England reports.

Jelks dealt with knee injuries that kept him off the field for parts of both of his final two seasons at Vanderbilt. The offensive tackle's health issues will only further hurt his case for winning a roster spot.

Knee - Questionable for the start of training camp
James White
White (ankle) is active for Saturday's divisional-round game against the Titans.

Unlike fellow running backs Rex Burkhead (knee) and Mike Gillislee (knee), White has brushed off an ankle injury and will be available to the offense in the Patriots' playoff opener. White is thus the best bet to spell Dion Lewis on occasion, especially on obvious passing downs.

Tom Brady
Brady completed 28 of 48 passes for 505 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions during the Patriots' 41-33 loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl LII on Sunday. He also rushed once for six yards and had a key fumble on a strip-sack with 2:09 remaining.

Brady shattered the Super Bowl passing yardage record he'd established in last year's comeback win over the Falcons, as he was forced to play from behind for a substantial portion of Sunday's contest. The 2017 MVP connected with three pass catchers -- Rob Gronkowski, Chris Hogan and Danny Amendola -- for more than 100 yards apiece. He also hit Gronkowski for a pair of scores and Hogan for another, but his one turnover was enough to overshadow an otherwise spectacular performance. Brady couldn't hang on to the ball after being hit by the Eagles' Brandon Graham at the Patriots' 26-yard-line with 2:09 remaining and New England down 38-33, leading to a fumble recovery by Derek Barnett at the 28. The miscue eventually resulted in a Jake Elliott 46-yard field goal that gave the Eagles a pivotal eight-point advantage with just 1:05 remaining. The outcome was undecided until Brady's last gasp Hail Mary throw fell incomplete, but ultimately, he suffered his third Super Bowl loss in eight tries. Despite a heartbreaking conclusion, the future Hall of Famer's outstanding regular season included 4,577 yards, 32 touchdowns and just eight interceptions, validating the theory that he's showing no signs of decline despite heading into his age-41 season in 2018.

Bernard Reedy
Reedy signed a contract with the Patriots on Wednesday.

Reedy played in two regular-season games for the Patriots in December, seeing action primarily on special teams. He was released from the team's practice squad earlier this month, but the placement of Jonathan Jones (undisclosed) on injured reserve opened up a spot for him. He may see some slight special teams duties but is unlikely to have much of a role on offense.

Martellus Bennett
Bennett (shoulder) wants to return to the football field for the 2018 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Bennett indicated plans to retire before being waived by the Packers in November, and subsequently claimed by the Patriots. The 30-year-old appeared in only two games for New England before landing on injured reserve, and is due a two million dollar roster bonus March 14, which makes him a potential cap casualty.

Shoulder - Questionable for the start of training camp
Jacob Hollister
Hollister finished the 2017 regular season with four catches on 10 targets for 42 yards in 15 games.

Hollister, who signed with the Patriots as an undrafted free agent, is under contract with the team through the 2019 season. Looking ahead, he figures to to remain with the team as a reserve option behind Rob Gronkowski, but it wouldn't surprise us to see the team to bring in some added tight end depth this offseason. In such a scenario, Hthe 24-year-old Hollister would face competition for depth chart slotting.

Adam Butler
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Danny Amendola
Amendola brought in eight of 11 targets for 152 yards during the Patriots' 41-33 loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl LII on Sunday.

Both Amendola's reception and receiving yardage totals paced all receivers, and he also had a team-high 50-yard catch down the left sideline on a blown coverage late in the first quarter. The sure-handed pass catcher's effort Sunday capped off a spectacular postseason, one that saw him bring in 26 of 33 targets for 348 yards and two touchdowns over three games. The 32-year-old's regular season was solid in its own right, as he eclipsed the 60-catch mark for the fourth time in his career while posting his third-highest receiving yardage total (659) and converting a career-best 39 of his grabs into first downs. Amendola is slated to be an unrestricted free agent at the start of the new league year, but given his value to the Patriots and the premium the team typically places on continuity, he's certainly a candidate for return.

Ted Karras
Karris joined the Patriots' 53-man roster Thursday, Mike Reiss of reports.

Karras takes the roster spot of wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell, who was placed on injured reserve. Barring injury, the 2016 sixth-round pick will likely remain a depth option for New England this season.

Riley McCarron
McCarron signed a reserve/future contract with the Patriots on Tuesday, Mike Reiss of reports.

McCarron spent the entire season on the Patriots' practice squad after previously spending time with the Texans. The Patriots signed the entire 2017 practice squad to contracts, as the players will look to make the leap to the active roster in 2018.

Jomal Wiltz
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