McDaniels says his tight end, who has been flagged six times for offensive pass interference, "very rarely, if ever, extends his arms."
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With their open roster spot, the Patriots intend to sign WR/return specialist Damaris Johnson, who worked out for the team Monday and has remained in town. Johnson is a slot-type receiver at 5-foot-8, 175 pounds and has played for the Eagles (2012-2013) and Texans (2014). Also expect some WR-type movement on Patriots practice squad.
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The depleted Patriots started the season No. 2 in ESPN's power rankings and are back in that spot after a 30-24 overtime loss to the Broncos.
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Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski agrees that the NFL is targeting him on offensive pass interference penalties.
Boston briefing: Pats still primed for Super Bowl; David Price predicted to land with Boston; Bradley stars in Celts' win
A look at a few stories from ESPNBoston.com making rounds on Tuesday, December 1.
The Patriots gave up four big runs that totaled 97 yards in their loss against the Broncos on Sunday night, including Denver's winning play in OT.
NFL Nation reporters Mike Reiss (Patriots) and David Newton (Panthers) provide their thoughts on the state of the MVP race.
Boston College running backs Marcus Outlow and Jordan Gowins, and running back/receiver Sherman Alston plan to leave the school this offseason.
Predictions from the ACC/Big Ten Challenge games on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Why did the Patriots move Marcus Cannon from left tackle to right Sunday night? NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth had an idea.
Harper, whose muffed punt in the fourth quarter was a critical play in Sunday's OT loss to Denver, returns to the practice squad if he clears waivers.
While Avery Bradley has been torrid shooting the ball, he was called on to play his signature defense on Dwyane Wade to close out the Heat.
On Monday, the Celtics will face the Heat and rookie Justise Winslow, whom Boston reportedly offered four first-round picks to acquire on draft night.
NFL Nation previews what to watch for around the league Tuesday, including good injury news for tight end Rob Gronkowski and bad injury news for running back Chris Johnson.
What's trending in the NFL: Ravens beat Browns on walk-off blocked field goal; Tom Brady 'pissed off'
Recapping Monday's top stories, which include Baltimore's wild walk-off win in Cleveland and the Patriots quarterback discussing his team's loss to the Broncos.
Ten teams punched their ticket to next month's MIAA Football State Championships at Gillette Stadium. Check out ESPNBoston High Schools' coverage from across the state.
Our weekly ranking of the best teams in the state, as selected by our panel of staff writers and correspondents. (Updated 10/26)