FOXBORO — The return of Darrelle Revis is not a bitter pill for Jonathan Kraft and the Patriots to swallow.

FOXBORO — The following players are inactive for Sunday’s game against the Jets: defensive end Jabaal Sheard, offensive lineman Marcus Cannon, linebacker Rufus Johnson, running back Dion Lewis, running back Brandon Bolden, offensive lineman Shaq Mason and wide receiver Keshawn Martin.

FOXBORO — The Jets are visiting Gillette Stadium and that must mean showers are in the forecast.

The last two times the Patriots have hosted New York, heavy showers have been apart of the forecast.

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Who's ready to make

FOXBORO — Dion Lewis does not expect to play against the Jets Sunday afternoon due to an abdomen injury, but the team wants to test him one more time before making a final call on his availability, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Logan Ryan (26) has been a ball hawk since arriving in the Patriots secondary in 2013. (Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)FOXBORO -- It's time to start taking Logan Ryan seriously.



The Patriots have finally made the move on wide receiver Brandon LaFell.

The Patriots Saturday beat the 4 p.m. deadline and activated LaFell for Sunday’s game against the Jets. The move was first reported by Ian Rapport of NFL Media.

FOXBORO — For a second straight week, the Patriots head into a game without a starting left tackle.

FOXBORO — As frustrated as Brandon LaFell sounded Friday about not being able to play early this season, he fully understood who was calling the shots.

A day removed from his comments to a New York paper, Jets star defensive end Sheldon Richardson has apparently had a change of heart.