Brady has roast regrets due to impact on his kids

Tom Brady said he regretted how his recent live comedy roast on Netflix affected his kids, saying he realized, "I wouldn't do that again."


'Too much talent' to pass up: Why the Patriots drafted QB Joe Milton III in the sixth round´╗┐

Even after drafting Drake Maye at No. 3, the Pats took another QB. Here's why, plus notes out of New England.


Pats QB Maye 'has a lot to work on,' says coach

First-year head coach Jerod Mayo says Patriots quarterback Drake Maye "has a lot to work on" following Saturday's practice at rookie minicamp.


Brissett eager to battle Maye for Pats' QB1 job

Veteran QB Jacoby Brissett, who signed a one-year contract with the Patriots in March worth a base value of $8 million, said Wednesday that he looks forward to competing with No. 3 pick Drake Maye for the team's starting job.


Mayo doubts Brady would return to Pats as player

Coach Jerod Mayo said Monday the door's open for Tom Brady's return to the Patriots as a coach, but he doubts we'll see the quarterback return to New England as a player.


Pats extend Barmore on deal worth max $92M

The Patriots and defensive tackle Christian Barmore have reached agreement on a four-year deal with a maximum value of $92 million, agent Nicole Lynn told ESPN's Adam Schefter.


QB Milton goes to Pats, says TE move not in cards

With the Patriots drafting Drake Maye and then Joe Milton III, it marks just the second time in team history that they have selected two quarterbacks in a draft. The other time came in 1983 with Tony Eason and Tom Ramsey.


Patriots stay put at No. 3, select UNC QB Maye

The Patriots kept the No. 3 pick and landed potential franchise quarterback Drake Maye on Thursday night at the NFL draft.


Pats open to trading No. 3 pick but like QBs, too

Patriots director of scouting Eliot Wolf said Thursday that the team is "open for business" to trade the No. 3 pick in next week's 2024 NFL draft but would be comfortable staying put and selecting a quarterback.


Brady 'not opposed' to a late-season NFL return

Tom Brady said on the "Deep Cut" podcast that he's "not opposed" to making a comeback if a team suffers an injury to its quarterback and reaches out to him.