FOXBORO — So far, Devin McCourty likes what he sees out of Darrelle Revis.

The Patriots have been going through OTAs this week — the third phase of the offseason program. And to this point, the veteran safety has been impressed by the play of Revis, who was acquired in March.

FOXBORO — NFL commissioner Roger Goodell didn’t sound very optimistic Thursday when he was asked about the possibility of Gillette Stadium as a future Super Bowl site.

Speaking with reporters following an appearance at the team’s first “Mom’s Football Safety Clinic,” the commissioner acknowledged that it’s becoming very difficult to win a Super Bowl bid for several reasons.

Legal expert Harry Manion joined Dennis & Callahan on Thursday to discuss the latest chapter in the Aaron Hernandez saga. To hear the interview, visit the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez appeared in Suffolk Superior Court Wednesday afternoon and entered pleas of not guilty to seven charges related to a 2012 double-murder in Boston.

The judge ordered Hernandez held without bail — he already is being held on charges related to the murder of Odin Lloyd last summer — until his next court appearance June 24.

The Aaron Hernandez story continues on Wednesday afternoon.

The former Patriots tight end is due in court to be arraigned on double-murder charges from a July 2012 incident in which he allegedly gunned down two men after an encounter inside a Boston nightclub.

Who’s the better quarterback: Tom Brady or Peyton Manning? It’s the popular question that has consumed football fans for the last decade and has led to countless heated debates on TV and radio and even in the workplace.

The Patriots on Tuesday announced the signing of undrafted rookie wide receivers Wilson Van Hooser and Reese Wiggins, putting them at the roster limit of 90.

Van Hooser, who stands 6 feet, 197 pounds, had 13 catches for 188 yards and two touchdowns last season at Troy. He also returned 15 kicks for 237 yards. The Alabama native played his first three seasons at Tulane, recording 55 receptions for 805 yards and nine touchdowns before graduating.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sat down with Sports Illustrated’€™s Peter King for an interview featured on King’€™s website, MMQB.

It can be a fool’s errand to try to put together a depth chart at this time of the season for any one position. Despite the fact that free agency and the draft are in the rearview mirror, there’s still plenty left between now and the start of the season when it comes to the team-building process.



Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Thursday afternoon that when it comes to possibly trading backup quarterback Ryan Mallett, “that’€™s not really something we’€™re that interested in.’€