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Likely nickel corner in 2023
Zack Cox of NESN.com views Jones as the favorite to operate as New England's slot cornerback in his second NFL season.
Year 2 breakout unlikely?
Zack Cox of NESN.com doesn't believe Thornton will break out in his second NFL season.
Gets competition from Gesicki
Henry has new talented competition at tight end with the Patriots' signing of Mike Gesicki to a one-year deal Friday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Inks deal with division rival
Gesicki could eat into Hunter Henry's targets in New England after signing a one-year deal with the Patriots on Friday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Gets new backfield mate Wednesday
Stevenson will be joined by James Robinson in the backfield in 2023 after the latter signed a two-year deal with the Patriots on Wednesday, ESPN.com reports.
Joining Patriots backfield
Robinson is slated to serve as a replacement for Damien Harris in the Patriots backfield after agreeing to a two-year deal with New England on Wednesday, ESPN.com reports.
Extension more likely than cut
Chris Mason of MassLive.com opines that it would make more sense for the Patriots to extend Henry than cut him.
Likely getting big payday
The combination of Meyers' elite route running and footwork should earn him a lucrative payday in free agency, Field Yates of ESPN.com suggests.
Ready for backup role
The Patriots plan to release Brian Hoyer, Dakota Randall of NESN.com reports, which indicates that New England is comfortable with Zappe as its primary backup in 2023.
Job still his to lose
Jones is still expected to be the Patriots' starting quarterback in 2023, according to Jeff Howe of The Athletic.
Good candidate for Ravens
Jones, a pending unrestricted free agent, may be a good fit for the Ravens, Nick Shook of NFL.com opines.
Ranked top FA WR
Meyers is the top wide receiver available in the 2023 free agent class, according to Pete Prisco of CBS Sports.
Candidate for restructure/release
Henry is a potential salary-related release candidate for the Patriots this offseason, Cynthia Frelund of NFL.com opines.
Could be on Texans' radar
Matt Bowen of ESPN.com views Meyers, who is eligible to become a free agent, as a potential fit for the Texans.
Should benefit from new OC
Jones figures to take a step forward in 2023 working with new Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Unlikely to be tagged
Mike Reiss of ESPN.com doesn't expect New England to use the franchise tag on Meyers.
Not far off from Jones
Albert Breer of NBC Sports Boston suspects the Patriots don't believe there's a wide gulf in effectiveness between Zappe and Mac Jones, per Breer's colleague Justin Leger.
Could wind up in Vegas
Per Justin Leger of NBC Sports Boston, colleague Albert Breer believes there's a realistic possibility that the Patriots will trade Jones to the Raiders this offseason.
Recovering from shoulder surgery
McCourty underwent shoulder surgery this offseason, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Looking to stay in New England
Jones would like to re-sign with the Patriots, Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston reports.
Faith in Mac Jones
Judon expressed confidence Saturday in embattled teammate Mac Jones despite the quarterback's difficult second season in 2022, Grant Gordon of NFL.com reports.
Excited to play for O'Brien
Jones is excited by the hiring of Bill O'Brien as the Patriots' offensive coordinator Tuesday, Mark Daniels of Masslive.com reports.
Set for new offensive coordinator
Jones is expected to have a different offensive play caller in 2023 after the Patriots announced Thursday that interviews for a new offensive coordinator will begin next week.
Likely to leave in FA
Wilson isn't expected to re-sign with New England after the season, according to Brad Stainbrook of the Orange and Brown Report.
Expected to face Dolphins
Stevenson, officially listed as questionable due to an ankle injury, is expected to play Sunday against the Dolphins, Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports.