Patriots coach Bill Belichick provided some insight as to the "humble pie" that some of the team's rookie prospects are about to receive.
Picking some winners and losers for the New England Patriots in the wake of their 11-player draft class.
Quick-hit thoughts around the New England Patriots and NFL:
A wrap-up of the New England Patriots' draft:
Our NFL Nation reporters assess each team's 2015 NFL draft class.
Former Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner, who is converting to wide receiver, is signing with New England as an undrafted free agent, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
A few quick thoughts on the New England Patriots' second fourth-round draft pick.
The Super Bowl champion New England Patriots went to Louisville for the start of a boys weekend and took in the Kentucky Derby.
A few quick thoughts on the New England Patriots' final seventh-round pick
A few quick thoughts on the New England Patriots' initial seventh-round pick.
Derby, from Arkansas, joins a team that's loaded at tight end, but has some developmental potential.
The Patriots fortified the interior of their offensive line in the NFL draft, and in doing so, they introduced their followers to a unique story.
Wells, a linebacker from Mississippi State, could become a core special-teams player for the Patriots.
If ever there was a prospect who screamed "Bill Belichick player!", it is long snapper Joe Cardona, the New England Patriots' fifth-round pick.
A few quick-hit thoughts on the New England Patriots' trade with the Green Bay Packers.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski wore an eye-catching outfit to the Kentucky Derby.
A few quick thoughts on the New England Patriots' third fourth-round draft pick: Shaq Mason, center, Georgia Tech (131st overall).
In Trey Flowers, the New England Patriots select fourth straight defensive player in this draft as they continue to load up in the front seven.
Todd McShay gives the full rundown of his favorite pick from each team in the 2015 NFL draft.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick is seen on video welcoming new draft pick Jordan Richards, and letting him know he'll be among Stanford buddies.
The Patriots have seven remaining picks entering the final four rounds of the NFL draft.
Bill Belichick talks about Jordan Richards and Geneo Grissom, his selections in the second and third rounds of the NFL draft.
|4(12)||Tre Jackson||OG||Florida State|
|4(32)||Shaq Mason||C||Georgia Tech|
|6(2)||Matt Wells||OLB||Mississippi State|