The Patriots raised a few eyebrows when they released backup quarterback Brian Hoyer, leaving the Patriots with two quarterbacks on their 53-man roster. They worked out another today when they brought in Mike Kafka, who was recently released by the Eagles.
CBSSports.com's Jason LaCanfora was the first to report the workout.
Kafka was taken in the fourth round of the 2010 draft out of Northwestern. The Eagles will go with veteran quarterback Trent Edwards and rookie Nick Foles as Mike Vick's backups.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Boys just want to have fun.
Andrew Luck certainly didn't have any when he sat out a Thanksgiving night loss with a concussion. He made up for it very nicely Monday night in a 41-10 romp past the inept New York Jets.
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Episode 13 - "The Ex-Pats Podcast"
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Mike Giardi and Dan Koppen look back at a solid Patriots win against a bad team in the Los Angeles Rams. The guys were trying to figure out exactly what L.A.'s gameplan was going in.
The linebacker rotation seems to be more consistent a few weeks after the Jamie Collins trade. How much of an impact will the loss of Rob Gronkowski have on offense? Malcolm Mitchell continues to impress, but 3rd down was a problem.
Finally, we look ahead to Monday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens, who have been playing well and are never intimidated coming into Gillette Stadium.