Thursday's New England Patriots Links 5/22: Patriots try out two RBs and two TEs

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May 22, 2014 at 09:38am ET

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Report: Patriots Paid LB James Morris $20,000 For Four Days - Erik Frenz: Frenz has a note on Morris, who grabbed a decent amount of money during his short tenure with the team.


Bill Belichick and the four-down player - Mike Reiss: Reiss has some notes on a recent piece from ESPN Insider, with Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders highlighting the importance of being a "four down" player.

Updating Jon Halapio's contract details - Mike Reiss & Field Yates: Reiss and Yates point out the details of Halapio's contract numbers.

Patriots try out two RBs and two TEs - Mike Reiss: Reiss has notes on some players the Patriots recently tried out as the team continues exploring their options.

When a player gets 20k for 4 days of work - Mike Reiss: Reiss has his report on the fact Morris made $20,000 during his four day stint in New England.

Updating Bryan Stork's contract details - Field Yates: Yates has full numbers on Stork's contract, which included a $477,000 signing bonus.


Assessing Every Patriots UDFA's Chances of Making the Roster - James Christensen: Christensen has a good read as he evaluates the undrafted free agents and rates the chance each has of making the team.


Patriots Lack Depth At Important Positions Heading Into OTAs  - Doug Kyed has an entry with his thoughts on the Patriots depth heading into OTA's, and also has a podcast as he discusses this with MassLive's Nick Underhill.


Bill Belichick Named One Of Sports Illustrated’s Most Disliked People in Sports - With the whole Donald Stern fiasco, SI decided to create a list of disliked people and Belichick made the list.


Report: Patriots work out Ronnie Brown, Ben Hartsock - Mike Wilkening: Wilkening has a couple of notes on the fact New England worked out a couple of tight ends, as well as running back Ronnie Brown.


Community Calendar: In this link you'll see a couple of upcoming football camps that include a "Mom Safety Clinic" hosted by the Patriots next Thursday, along with Rob Gronkowski's annual youth clinic.


Jed Weaver, Former Miami Dolphin Tight End and Mizner Grande Realty Agent, Scores Big with Oceanfront Mansion Sale - An interesting press release about the fact Weaver, who was part of the Patriots 2004 Championship and is now a real estate agent, apparently closed the deal after selling a $5.35 million oceanfront mansion.