Here are this morning’s top stories:
Gauging perception on Aqib Talib – Mike Reiss – Reiss has his thoughts on a recent ranking on Talib, and the perception nationally on the free agent cornerback.
Draft & free agency: Defensive tackle – Mike Reiss – Reiss looks at the defensive tackle position, and ponders some potential targets both in the draft and free agency.
Draft & free agency: Tight end – Mike Reiss – Reiss has a similar entry on the tight end position.
Draft & free agency: Interior O-line – Mike Reiss – In this entry Reiss continues his breakdown, and looks at some options there as well.
Aaron Dobson: ‘I’ve just got to get better’ – Christopher Price – Price has some comments from an interview Dobson did with the Charleston Daily Mail, with Dobson admitting he’s excited to get back and start working.
Report: Michael Lombardi Expected To Join Patriots’ Front Office – Doug Kyed – Kyed has notes on Lombardi potentially landing in New England.
Jace Amaro Is Patriots’ Pick In Nearly Every Expert’s 2014 NFL Mock Draft – Doug Kyed – Kyed takes a look at some mock drafts and notes that the tight end is the favorite of most experts to be drafted by New England.
Patriots Have 10th-Toughest Strength Of Schedule For 2014 Season – Doug Kyed – Kyed looks at New England’s opponents for next year, and notes the ranking based on their opponents overall winning percentages.
Would the Pats ever trade Brady? - In this entry they recap a discussion on whether or not the Patriots would ever want to trade their quarterback.
Patriots positional review: Tight end roundup – Tom Curran – Curran spotlights the tight end position in this entry, and has some interesting analysis on each player.
If forced to choose, the New England Patriots should pick Aqib Talib over Julian Edelman – Nick Underhill – Underhill looks at the free agent situation facing the Patriots and feels that if it comes down to it, keeping Talib is the bigger priority.
From the Hart: Prioritizing the Patriots free agents - Andy Hart – Hart has a good breakdown this morning looking at New England’s free agents and gives his thoughts on the importance of each one.
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