Zolak & Bertrand: Charlie Weis' one question about Tom Brady

Charlie Weis has watched Tom Brady as close as almost anybody since the beginning. He was the Patriots offensive coordinator from 2000-2004 and helped design the offense Brady ran in three Super Bowl winning seasons. When it comes to Brady’s pending free agency, he has just one question, as he told 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Zolak and Bertrand on Monday.

Mike Pennel seems happier with Chiefs coaches than with the Patriots

By Alex Barth, 985TheSportsHub.com It's been quite the year for Mike Pennel. The defensive tackle signed a two-year deal with the Patriots on the first day of free agency last season and was penciled into a starting role on their defensive line. Fast forward to training camp, and Pennel struggled to stay on the field.…

Eli Manning announces retirement

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick's biggest nemesis is leaving the NFL. Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who beat the Patriots in a pair of Super Bowls, will announce his retirement at a press conference on Friday.

Stephon Gilmore makes his Super Bowl pick

For the first time in four years, it’s actually a question who the Patriots players think will win the Super Bowl. There’s still a week and a half for predictions to roll in, but Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore gave his take to reporters at Wednesday afternoon’s Pro Bowl practice

Mazz: Brady vs. Garoppolo? Now That Would Be Super

Does that mean the Patriots erred in trading away the man whom many (including Belichick) deemed Brady’s successor? No. Garoppolo still comes with lots of questions, durability first among them. But if there’s anyone out there still suggesting that Garoppolo was some sort of flash in the pan … stop. Don’t embarrass yourself. He can play.

Mazz: What Is Brady's Defense? This Year, It's Very, Very Good

Beginning with last year’s Super Bowl – a game won on defense – the Pats are now 2-0 in their last two games when scoring fewer than 20 points. If you think that sample isn’t big enough, you might be right. But while we’re waiting for more evidence, let’s also tell you that the 2003-04 Patriots went 7-0 in their final seven games when scoring fewer than 20 points.