Patriots players visited Hyde Square Task Force in Jamaica Plain to help renovate their multi-purpose fitness room and show off some of their dance moves.
Check out practice and locker room photos from NFL Week 7 as the Patriots prepare to play the New York Jets on Thursday Night.
A few shots of staff preparing equipment for the Patriots game against the New York Jets.
Patriots tackle Nate Solder visited the Hockomock YMCA on Tuesday, Oct. 7 and was announced as this year's Legends Ball honoree for his work in the YMCA community.
Darius Fleming took part in arts and crafts at Boston Children's Hospital on Oct. 7. That afternoon, Jake Bequette visited patients at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Check out photos of Patriots practice and media access leading up to New England's week five game against the Bengals.
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Wives of Patriots players, coaches and football staff visited Julie's Family Learning Program in Boston to donate books, read to children and participate in a football themed art project.
Patriots safety Devin McCourty brought Bingo to patients at Boston Children's Hospital on Tuesday September 30, 2014. McCourty led a game of Bingo for patients and signed autographs and took photos with patients and families.
Robert Kraft and Andre Tippett took part in a ribbon cutting ceremony for a playground at the Igo Elementary School in Foxborough. Mr. Kraft, the Patriots Charitable Fund and NFL provided a $60,000 grant for the play area.
Check out a few behind-the-scenes photos as the Patriots traveled to Kansas City in preparation for Monday night's Week 4 matchup with the Chiefs.
The Light Foundation hosted its Matt Light Celebrity Shoot-Out on Tuesday at Addieville East Farm in Mapleville, RI. Nearly 500 guests came out to support the fundraiser which raised nearly $700,000 for the Light Foundation.
Darrelle Revis visited the Bose headquarters to try out their new custom design process and create his own one-of-a-kind headphones.