When you're the four-time Super Bowl champions, you're able to honor "the fourth" a little bit differently than everyone else.
Ty Warren took a pounding but missed only of 90 regular-season games and was an indispensable presence in the 3-4 front.
Dallas' Rolando McClain says he hopes "to help my team beat the Patriots" when he returns from his four-game substance abuse suspension.
3yChad Eaton, who played for Patriots coach in Cleveland and New England, says he was paid to start ruckuses
3yKevin Faulk and Bradon Deaderick were activated off the PUP list; how close is Ron Brace to being next?
3yWelker practices again but Fletcher continues taking up space on the Patriots injury report -- he's out for New England's tilt against the Giants.
3yJerod Mayo has to address the Pittsburgh loss before moving on to the Giants in his weekly interview with Tom E. Curran.
3yYour morning jaunt around the NFL: Rex Ryan plays a Pats fan, Ahmad Bradshaw may play Sunday, Warren Sapp takes on Ndamukong Suh, and more.
3yJust when you thought it couldn't get any worse for the New England Patriots secondary, Rodney Harrison tells Tom E. Curran they disappointed him. Why? Because they're soft, that's why!
3yYou knew it wouldn't be that long before Leigh Bodden drew interest from other NFL teams around the NFL. First up, the Kansas City Chiefs, who Bodden visited on Thursday.