By: Ian Logue
Patriots mock draft 7.0: What if the Patriots don’t pick in the first round? – In this mock draft, the unnamed author looks at some potential selections outside the first round if the Patriots elect to trade down.
C.J. Fiedorowicz to visit Patriots – Field Yates – Yates has his take on the tight end visiting the Patriots.
Beyond the 1st round: Defensive end – Mike Reiss – Reiss looks at potential later round prospects the Patriots could consider taking.
Source: Bucannon to visit with Patriots – Field Yates – Yates follows up on the report of Bucannon visiting and gives his take.
Bruschi Running For A Cause – Here’s a video with Bruschi taking with Bob Ley to explain why he’s running this year’s marathon.
Richburg among centers eyed by Pats – Mike Reiss – Reiss has a closer look on New England’s interest in Colorado State center Weston Richburg.
Weekly Patriots mail is delivered – Mike Reiss -Reiss files his mailbag for this week, which as usual had some good bits in it.
Sources: Ravens, Patriots, Falcons, Colts, Browns, Jets have displayed the most interest in Michael Sam – Aaron Wilson – Wilson has an article on the fact the Patriots are among the teams have shown the most interest with the potential draft pick.
Reports: Patriots have Wednesday meetings with CJ Fiedorowicz and Deone Bucannon – Christopher Price – Price highlights reports surrounding upcoming meetings with the two players.
Report: Patriots Among Six Teams Showing Most Interest In Michael Sam – Doug Kyed – Kyed has an entry on the Patriots potential interest in Sam.
New England Patriots 2014 NFL Draft Prospects: South Carolina DT Kelcy Quarles could drop down draft boards like Alfonzo Dennard – Nick O’Malley – O’Malley spotlights Quarles in this entry.
Bertrand: Don’t want Pats taking QB in 1st round – After John Norris of Rotoworld had the Patriots taking Teddy Bridgewater in his latest mock, Marc Bertrand doesn’t want them taking a QB in round one.
Patriots’ wideout to host Kent State Athletics Scholarship Auction – Allen Moff – Moff has an article on the fact that Julian Edelman is helping with the schools third annual Athletics Scholarship Auction.