NBC Sports NFL analyst Rodney Harrison made his weekly appearance on Ordway, Merloni and Fauria on Tuesday to discuss the recent criticism and accusations of Bill Belichick and past Patriots teams, and to also look ahead to Week 2’

 

The Steelers are filing a headset complaint with the NFL. The Patriots’ response is ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. http://t.co/WQzkppz4V8 pic.twitter.com/EKzSyUCwQ6

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Former Patriots linebacker and current ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi joined Dale & Holley on Patriots Monday for his weekly appearance to discuss the Patriots’ Week 1 win over the Steelers and to look ahead to Sunday’s matchup with the Bills.

Rex Ryan is back stalking the sidelines in the AFC East, this time in Buffalo.</p>
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There were “several communications issues” over the first weekend of the NFL regular season, something that was seen “as normal,” according to a Monday report from Pro Football Talk.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick joined Dale & Holley with Thornton on Monday to look back on the season opening win over the Steelers and to look ahead to Sunday’s matchup with the Bills.

FOXBORO — After getting Saturday and Sunday off, the Patriots had a rare Monday practice after their weekend off and only one player was missing from the shorts and shells workout on the upper grass fields outside Gillette Stadium.

On Sunday, Rex Ryan became the first Bills’ coach to win his opening game in franchise history as the Bills took down the Colts 27-14.

Ryan and his Bills will look to carry the momentum over to Week 2, as host the Patriots.

There will be no league-mandated discipline for John Jastremski and Jim McNally, and the duo will have new roles within the New England organization when they are reinstated this week, according to a report in the Boston Globe.

At an approximate value of $3.2 billion, the Patriots are the second-most valuable franchise in the NFL, according to a study conducted by Forbes.