January 19, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) prior to the game against the Denver Broncos in the 2013 AFC Championship football game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

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Hello, and welcome to another edition of ‘The Patriot Way’, your number one source to New England Patriots news and analysis from around the web.

Be sure to check out Mike Reiss’ feature on Will Smith, as he details his journey to New England.

Ty Law was one of the many former Patriots on hand at Friday’s practice, and it gave newcomer Darrelle Revis a chance to talk with other great defensive players, which I am sure was nothing but a great experience for Revis.

Safety Devin McCourty says a few camp fights are normal, and shouldn’t be made into anything big. (From NESN’s Doug Kyed)

“You got a bunch of new guys out there, everyone wants to write a new story about a new secondary, a new D, but you can pull up tape from each year of training camp since I’ve been here. You’ve seen guys out there getting physical, guys getting in little scuffles. I remember one year, we had three fights in a row and Bill (Belichick) had us running around the field. It’s nothing new. It’s training camp.”

And finally, Jackie MacMullan has a great piece on Tom Brady continuing to pursue perfection, even into his “old age”. Some doubt that Brady can play into his 40′s, but based off of what I have seen to this point, I am pretty confident we will see number 12 running the show for at least three or four more years. Players like Brady are extremely rare, and it is important to take a moment to appreciate their greatness every once in a while.

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