FOXBORO, Mass. — There’s good news on the New England Patriots’ injury front. Starting right guard Ryan Wendell is fully healed from a knee injury.
Wendell was removed from the Patriots’ practice participation and injury report. He was a full participant in Thursday’s practice.
Rookie defensive lineman Dominique Easley missed practice with a knee injury. He was limited...
FOXBORO, Mass. — It’s probably no coincidence that the New England Patriots’ offense finally clicked as their line played its best game of the season.
Quarterback Tom Brady was hit just once in the Patriots’ 43-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on a sack allowed by tight end Rob Gronkowski. Otherwise, the Patriots QB was free to pass for 292 yards while completing 23-of...
FOXBORO, Mass. — The New England Patriots had perfect practice attendance in their first session preparing for the Minnesota Vikings.
Ryan Wendell, who appeared to suffer a leg injury against the Miami Dolphins in Week 1, participated in conditioning and positional drills with the rest of his teammates. Wendell played just 22 snaps against the Dolphins, rotating with Jordan Devey...
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The free agency ride rolls on in New England. In the past week, two more big moves shook the airwaves. And the salary cap.
First, after asking the Patriots to release him a couple weeks ago, “Big” Vince Wilfork ended up restructuring his contract with the organization. In addition to keeping the beloved defensive tackle in a Patriots uniform through 2014, the team also saved...
The New England Patriots locked up their center Friday afternoon.
Tom E. Curran of CSNNE reports that Ryan Wendell has re-signed with the team.
ESPN.com’s Field Yates has the terms of the deal:
Per NFLPA records, the Patriots have re-signed C Ryan Wendell to a two-year deal worth a maximum of $6.85 million.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 28, 2014
Check that: Wendell's deal...
Tom Curran of CSNNE.com reports that the Patriots are re-signing C Ryan Wendell.
Curran adds that the two sides are still “ferreting out the length and other terms” of the contract.
Aaron Wilson reports that Wendell receives a two-year contract worth $6.85 million.
Wilson adds that Wendell will receive an $850,000 bonus and roster bonuses of $2 million in each of the...