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Patriots draft profile: Ohio State linebacker Baron Browning offers intriguing upside on Day 2

If New England is looking for some linebacker help on Day 2, Browning might be an option. - Read More

‘Many’ Patriots players join movement to boycott voluntary workouts this offseason

The NFLPA recommended players sit out voluntary offseason workouts this year, and "many" Patriots will do just that. - Read More

Dont Call It a Mock Draft

Like the title suggests; this is more than a mock draft. It's more like a wishlist of 2nd wave pre draft moves with a mock tacked on. I've attempted 3 mock drafts prior to deciding to put pen to... - Read More

More NFL teams opt to skip voluntary workouts

Players from the Broncos, Seahawks, Bucs, Lions and "some" from the Patriots will not formally report to their team facilities next week to begin voluntary offseason workouts, according to statements released by the NFLPA. - Read More

3 things the Patriots will miss most about Julian Edelman

Edelman was often the Patriots' most-targeted receiver when he was on the field. - Read More

Patriots players say many will not participate in next week’s voluntary workouts due to COVID-19 risk

Voluntary workouts were scheduled to begin on April 19. - Read More

‘Come on, man’: LeSean McCoy shuts down Julian Edelman’s Hall of Fame chances

McCoy argued that Edelman doesn't have enough regular season success to make it. - Read More

Patriots’ tribute video to Julian Edelman is absolutely awesome

The departure of Tom Brady last offseason signified a transition period for the New England Patriots, who stumbled to their worst record in two decades las... - Read More

Patriots players say "many of us" won't participate in voluntary workouts - ProFootballTalk

Like their counterparts on the Broncos, Seahawks, Buccaneers, and Lions, the Patriots players released a statement regarding participation in voluntary offseason workouts. But unlike the rest of the teams, New England’s statement was not a unilateral declaration. The Patriots’ players said “many of us” will not attend the voluntary in-person offseason program, believing it to [more] - Read More