With their second pick in the first round, the Patriots added another Georgia player in running back Sony Michel. It shapes up to be a busy weekend that could go a long way in molding the post-Brady era. And I am no expert.
The selections of Payne and Allen mark the first time Washington has chosen players from the same program in the first rounds of consecutive drafts.
There's only a few picks left in the first round.
Although Rob Gronkowski said he's returning for 2018, the Pats could also look to draft his potential replacement. Because of that connection, he knows how good of a coach Dante Scarnecchia is.
UCLA's Kolton Miller, a Nate Solder-lookalike at 6-foot-9, 309 pounds and athletic, is the guy most mock drafts have going to the Patriots.More news: Iran media confirms arrest of British-Iranian scientist
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Notre Dame's Nyles Morgan was a two-year starter and was a captain. "I would leave the house with family and friends to take a walk, and at one point, I got a phone call from the Patriots".
With respect to the sheer number of picks, the Boston Globe reported that the Patriots are in position to trade up as high as into the top 10 of the draft, which begins Thursday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. And it should be a linebacker. Alabama's Rashaan Evans is a name to watch early as a possible pickup at linebacker.
The Patriots certainly have form with plucking quality QBs from outside of the first round.
Michel was a star for the Bulldogs a year ago. They need to get younger and more physical at that position. Losing Malcolm Butler to free agency was a big loss no matter how his career ended with that Super Bowl fiasco. I don't think so. Very few believed they'd actually do it. That includes Da'Ron Payne, who went in the first round in 2018.More news: NBC News reporter accuses Tom Brokaw of sexual misconduct
Like most prospects visiting Foxborough, Jackson said he was impressed by the team's history and got to see a different side of Bill Belichick.
For Chubb, yes. Even Edmunds.
The Patriots are doing their due diligence on scouting quarterback Lamar Jackson.
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