Archive for August, 2012

Patriots Final Cuts Released, Jeff Demps Placed On Injured Reserve

The Patriots made their cuts on this Friday, and  the team issued a release with the final list of the players who were let go along with the fact runningback Jeff Demps was placed on injured reserve.

FIRST YEAR PLAYERS:
FB Eric Kettani
DL Aaron Lavarias
TE Alex Silvestro
WR Kerry Taylor

VETERANS:
WR Deion Branch
S Sergio Brown
DL Marcus Harrison
WR Jesse Holley
QB Brian Hoyer
S James Ihedigbo
OL Matt Kopa
C Dan Koppen
LB Niko Koutouvides
S Derrick Martin
LB Jeff Tarpinian
S Malcolm Williams

2012 DRAFT PICKS:
WR Jeremy Ebert

ROOKIE FREE AGENTS:
OL Derek Dennis
TE Tyler Urban
OL Dustin Waldron
OL Jeremiah Warren
OL Darrion Weems

INJURED RESERVE:
RB Jeff Demps

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Sergio Brown Becomes Another Casualty

The cuts continued on Friday afternoon on the defensive side of the ball, with James Ihedigbo being released earlier in the day and now Sergio Brown is reportedly the latest player looking for work as the team continues working toward getting down to the mandatory 53-man roster limit by the end of the evening.

Brown Tweeted a little while ago and passed along his own farewell message to fans, with ESPN Boston.com confirming that he’s been notified of his release.

That now leaves veterans Patrick Chung, Steve Gregory, along with this year’s draftees 2nd round pick Tavon Wilson and 6th round pick Nate Ebner rounding out the current safety depth chart.

Brown played in 15 games last season with 3 starts, and finished with 37 tackles (28 solo and 9 assisted) along with one interception and a pass defensed.

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Some Thoughts On the Branch Release


Branch was among the early names cut Friday. (FILE:USPresswire)

Wide receiver Deion Branch’s release caught the attention of most Patriots fans by surprise on Friday, but obviously there are other factors the team must be considering by letting him go.

Branch clearly outplayed Donte Stallworth during the preseason and Jabar Gaffney’s recent release seemed to signal that the veteran would get one more season in New England.  Instead they’ve elected to release him, but while I thought initially it could be a temporary move to allow them to retain an additional player on the roster until the dust settles and they get a final feel personnel-wise of who they are really do need to keep, I’m having doubts after Branch issued a “farewell” tweet to Patriots fans a little earlier . That now has me wondering if they’ve simply decided to move in another direction.

It may be a situation where they’re electing to develop younger players at his spot and would rather devote those snaps to helping them gain experience, but that’s just a theory and it will be tough to get a true feel for who that may be until the day finally comes to an end and we see who is left standing.

It’s clear that it this point in his career with his relationship with Tom Brady and his knowledge of the system Branch’s best fit is in New England, so it would make sense to not count him out completely.  But for now it sounds like his second tour in Foxboro could be over, although injuries happen during the season and they may still potentially need him down the road, so it’s tough to “never say never”.

Branch finished the preseason with 4 receptions on 5 targets for 64 yards (16.0 avg).

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Brian Hoyer is among the first cuts on this Friday. (FILE:USPresswire)

With the team in need on making cuts to get down to their 53-man roster by 9pm today, the Patriots are starting to make their moves and a couple of noticable ones have already occurred.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the team has released veteran wide receiver Deion Branch, which certainly raised an eyebrow of fans who expected him to earn a roster spot.

Branch clearly outplayed Donte Stallworth during the preseason and Jabar Gaffney’s recent release seemed to signal that the veteran would get one more season in New England.  Instead they’ve elected to release him, but it may not necessarily mean he’s gone forever.

The move with Branch could be a situation where they’re looking to retain an additional player on the roster and need his spot temporarily until the dust settles and they get a final feel personnel-wise of who they do/don’t want to keep.  It’s clear that it this point in his career Branch’s best fit is in New England, so it would make sense to leave the door open for a possible return.

Meanwhile according to Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston, also released was back-up quarterback Brian Hoyer, which doesn’t necessarily come as a surprise.  Both Hoyer and Mallett didn’t really have an impressive preseason and it was Hoyer’s job to lose, and it appears for now they’ll take their chances with Mallett who for the most part matched Hoyer’s performance on the field.

That leaves them for now with two quarterbacks, but it wouldn’t be surprising for them to add another player later on to the practice squad.

Also reportedly released is offensive lineman Dan Koppen, which could signal that Brian Waters will finally be joining the team. Waters hasn’t yet reported but according to Tom Curran merchandise was delivered to his locker this morning, so that will certainly be a nice boost to an offensive line that struggled during the preseason.

More to come.

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Tough Decision Coming Up For Patriots Between Mallett, Hoyer



Brian Hoyer may not have done enough to remain the back-up in New England. (US Presswire)

One of the more interesting battles that took place this preseason was the battle for the number two spot behind quarterback Tom Brady, and with preseason finally coming to an end there’s one thing we’ve learned.

Let’s just hope Brady makes it through the season unscathed.

Head coach Bill Belichick finds himself in quite a difficult situation because this team is in need of depth at positions where it can’t afford to make a mistake – ie: offensive lineman, receivers, and in the defensive backfield – all key positions where they were left shorthanded throughout much of last season.

That being said, it’s going to be interesting to see if he decides to put his faith in Ryan Mallett and allow Brian Hoyer to get exactly what he asked for this offseason, and that’s an opportunity to take his services elsewhere.

For Hoyer it was a preseason full of opportunity to try and distinguish himself from Mallett and potentially prove that his past several years of development were enough to get him ready for a starting role with another football team.  Instead it’s Mallett who showed flashes of brilliance over the course of the last month, and he’s done enough to prove that if nothing else, he’s close enough to the level of Hoyer where he could have earned the #2 spot on the depth chart.

At least that’s how it sounded after Wednesday night’s game, as Belichick didn’t seem to favor either one and said the race was “tight” between the two.

“That’s been competitive as well,” said Belichick when asked about the play of his two back-up quarterbacks.  ”Those guys have gotten pretty much equal opportunities all the way through from the spring, into the practices in preseason, in the preseason games other than the Tampa game, you know we only played one quarterback after Tom [Brady] in that game, but otherwise it’s been about as equal as we could have it.  It’s very competitive, it’s tight, and we’ll see…you know, try and make the best decision we can for the team on that one.”

Statistically the two finished nearly even, with Hoyer finishing 9-of-15 for 96 yards, while Mallett finished 8-of-15 for 40 yards.  However, Hoyer was sacked three times and threw an ill-advised interception in the closing seconds of the game that appeared to draw expletives from offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, as well as suffering his second sack and fumble of the preseason.

Mallett meanwhile wasn’t terrific, but surprisingly he was the more steady of the two on the field and looked more like he was playing with nothing to lose rather than worrying about making mistakes. That can’t be said for Hoyer, who definitely looked tentative and not the confident guy that fans remember last preseason.

Mallett spoke to WBZ after the game and sounded as though he’s already planning on being ready should the unthinkable happen and Brady gets injured.

“It was a good experience,” said Mallett of all the playing time he got this preseason. “Especially after my first preseason to my second preseason and gaining some more experience and feeling more comfortable. But now it’s go prepare like I’m the starter every day just in case my number’s called.”

Hoyer’s biggest issue was the fact that if he’s going to be “just as good” and the coaching staff is already thinking long-term about Mallett anyway, they may decide to make the tough decision that Belichick mentioned in his press conference.

We’ll find out in the coming days, but regardless of who earns that spot on the depth chart fans have to be a little nervous after what we’ve seen. So let’s just hope it’s business as usual for Brady this season.

In the meantime below are two charts showing how both quarterbacks performed this season:

Brian Hoyer:


Above are Brian Hoyer’s preseason numbers based on the NFL’s official stats
*These numbers don’t include passes that didn’t include an official direction designation, spiked passes, etc.

Ryan Mallett:


Above are Ryan Mallett’s preseason numbers based on the NFL’s official stats
*These numbers don’t include passes that didn’t include an official direction designation, spiked passes, etc. This includes one touchdown which wasn’t given a designation, however, watching it live would have been the short middle of the endzone.

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WBZ Interview with Patriots QB Ryan Mallett – Transcript

WBZ’s Steve Burton and Scott Zolak caught up with Ryan Mallett following Thursday night’s game.  Here’s a transcript of that interview:

BURTON: Are you glad the preseason’s over?  You’re probably not because it gives you a chance to play, right?

“It was a good experience, especially after my first preseason to my second preseason and gaining some more experience and feeling more comfortable. But now it’s go prepare like I’m the starter every day just in case my number’s called.”

BURTON: What was the competition like going between you and Brian Hoyer?

“We’re good friends.  It was a friendly competition, but we’re both competitors so we were both trying to get after it.  It’s not our call about what happens so we’ll just live with what’s being told to us.”

BURTON: Do you know where you stand right now?  Do you know that you’re officially the number two guy?

“I do not.”

BURTON: OK, when will you know that, or will you ever know that?

“I don’t know, [laughs] you’ve got to ask Bill [Belichick].”

ZOLAK: You’ve got the preseason and the job for preseason is when you play as a back-up, I did it for 9-years so I know [what that's like] [laughs].  You want to get better game-to-game and if you’ve seen yourself – go back to that New Orleans game and then of course you didn’t see a lot of time, then you get two starts under your belt –  does it feel good to get out there and move around?  What have you got to work on most as a player right now in your development?

“Going up through the preseason starting with the Saints, I felt like I made a couple strides here and there but I feel like I still have a lot of work on my all around game – defensive terminology, what we’re doing, what we’re trying to do, and that’s what I’m going to work on and get ready to go.”

BURTON: the hardest thing out there for you?  Reading defenses?  Is it confusing?

“It’s fun.  No, I wouldn’t say it’s confusing or hard.  I mean, it’s going out there, it’s a lot of competition – we’re in the NFL – so that’s the hardest part, the competition.  But what I’ve got to do is just go to the film room, trying to get as better as I can while looking at the film.”

ZOLAK: And the tough thing is absorbing it when you’re sitting there watching it, and let’s face it, you’re out there with a bunch of different guys  whether it’s practice, whether you’re running stuff off cards, so it’s not like you’re the one guy and you get timing down with just strictly three guys who you’re routinely repped at, so it does make it more difficult.  There’s a lot of things people don’t see besides what they watch in preseason like practice, and I think coach has kind of  been supportive of you in that.

“Yeah, I mean, what you’ve got to do is just stay extra, you know that.  Get timing with guys who might not get timing with during practice, you’ve got to get it after and just put in extra work so you’ve got good chemistry with everybody that’s going to be on the field with you.”

ZOLAK: Feel you’re in a good spot here though?

“You know, I feel O.K..  There’s a lot of things I would like to go back and do again if I could, but I think every player would say that.”

BURTON: The scouting report on you is that you have a gun for an arm, I mean you just rifle it.  Do you have to know when to rifle it and when to throw touch passes?  Because I mean even coming out of the backfield, these guys, I mean they’re  holding their hands – their hands are burning catching your balls?

“Yeah, I mean you’ve got to know when to tone it down and when to use it.  If you have to stick it in a tight window you might have to use it, but sometimes, just tone it down a little bit and just try to get it to the guys so they can make a play.”

Just don’t kill anybody willl you?

“[Laughs] All right.”

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WBZ’s Interview With Patriots Ron Brace Transcript

Steve Burton and Scott Zolak interviewed Ron Brace after the game on WBZ.  Here’s a transcript of what they talked about:

BURTON: The good news is you walk out of here healthy and now it’s on to the regular season.  How much are you guys looking forward to playing for real?

“Definitely now because you know, these games are for keeps.  These wins and losses are going to count towards getting to that big goal where we [were], getting back to the Super Bowl, so we’ve got to take it one step at a time and now our next goal is Tennessee.”

BURTON: Cut down day is coming up, you know, you’ve got to whittle it down to 53 by Friday.  A lot of guys are on the bubble, a lot of guys are frightened – I mean, you’re secure, that’s a good thing – but how is it for your teammates, how is it for some of these guys knowing that they could be released?

“That’s part of the business.  A lot of us know that coming into camp, and we just try to reiterate it to each other before this game that, ” this is the last time some of us all might be playing together,” so it was just best to go out there and give your all, put good film up and just try to do the best you can.”

Zolak: Ron you’ve been here for a while, you’ve been here with Pryor, with a guy like Jermaine Cunningham,  so much expected of you, you guys add depth to that defensive line, from an end from a defensive tackle stand point,  you get the start with [Brandon] Deaderick tonight,  how good does it feel that you’re healthy right now, and you’re showing the team that, “I can contribute, I can be a part of what they want to do in the middle” – providing that stability up front?

“It’s great.  That’s the reason they brought me in, is to be out there and be on the field and be a factor in the defense. So just being able to be out there with guys like Jermaine,  it’s just beneficial to me because the more you’re out there, the more experience you get, the better you get as a player I’m grateful to God that I’m healthy this year and just taking every rep as hard as I can.”

Zolak: Who’s helped you guys the most up front?  Whether it’s Pepper [Johnson], whether it’s [Matt] Patricia, it seems like from a front seven standpoint including all the linebackers, you guys assignment-wise – nobody’s out of position.   Whether it’s a two gap guy, a one gap guy, you guys have all your lanes secure and nobody’s out of position, it seems like everybody’s on the same page communicating?

“Yeah basically everyone that comes in, we’re in our meetings…again, the game starts with the front seven so when we meet together, we’ve got to make sure we know who’s going to be where, we’ve got to know that you’ve got to be able to trust that next person next to us to be there in that spot.  So that’s where all the meetings and all the time we spend there come into play.”

BURTON: Hey Ron, you didn’t have the best preseason, O.K. if you look at all four games, you guys didn’t play lights out.  But are you still confident that you guys can go off on a run here?

“Oh, Definitely, definitely.  We’ve just got to go out there, get back into practice, you know, focus on the little things.  The preseason’s over, we’ve got get ready for a game now, you know?”

ZOLAK: Go back to last year, fourth preseason game, preseason’s over, that was the lockout year.  You guys didn’t have the offseason, you didn’t have all the meetings.  How’s this team evolved from that point last year until now.  That’s the team that went to the Super Bowl last year, you guys have high expectations, where do you compare this team to last year’s team at this point.

“You can’t really compare this year’s team to last year’s team because we’re still going to try and find out what team we’re going to have when it comes to Tennessee.  We’re just trying to do whatever we can just to focus on the little things, try not focus on the past because it was a different team.   We’ve got different players in the backfield on both sides of the ball so we’ve got to do what we can to make sure that we cover the little things, the fundamentals so that we go out there and play smart and fast.”

ZOLAK: Has the schedule been tough? Three games in 10 days   Let’s fast-forward Thanksgiving, you guys are going to be coming off a short week. playing on Sunday, getting ready to play the  Jets back down here at the Meadowlands?

“We did that before, I think it was probably two years ago when we had two games…something like that. I think it’s good that we’ve got to get our bodies used to that because that’s probably something that could happen during the season. I think it’s good experience for us to do that during camp and then just give everybody that exposure.”

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Bill Belichick’s PostGame Press Conference Transcript 8/29/12

Here’s the complete transcript of what New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick had to say after Thursday night’s preseason loss to the New York Giants:

OPENING STATEMENT:

“We had a good competitive game tonight and we got to look at a lot of people, and so now we’re ready to turn the page and start playing them for real a week from Sunday.  I thought we competed well, the Giants competed well, it was a good hard fought game, and as I said we’ve got to look at a lot of people.”

On if cutdown day is always tough for him:

“It is, yes, it’s a tough day.  Because they work hard some of them have been with us, however long they’ve been with us, and they’ve done what we’ve asked them to do, and it’s unfortunately a tough part of the business.  We know that we’ve got to be at 53, everybody knows that, but it’s still hard to tell some guys that they’re not going to make it after they’ve worked so hard.”

On what he saw for positives:

“We’ll take a look at the film and see how everybody did.  But we got  a chance to play a lot of guys that played in the Philadelphia game that didn’t play as much last week, we’ll see how much they improved.  Just try to make our decisions here at the end of the week, on our roster, our practice squad, things like that, see how it all shapes up.”

On his thoughts on the center competition after four guys played tonight:

“Well we played with four guys last year and they all showed that they could play at a good level.  We’ve had a good competition there this training camp, this preseason, and we’ll have to make a decision on them.”

On if any stood out as a clear cut number one guys:

“Again, we’ll make our decisions here at the end of the week.”

On his thoughts on the number two quarterback competition between Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallett:

“That’s been competitive as well.  That’s been competitive as well.  Those guys have gotten pretty much equal opportunities all the way through from the spring, into the practices in preseason, in the preseason games other than the Tampa game, you know we only played one quarterback after Tom [Brady] in that game, but otherwise it’s been about as equal as we could have it.  It’s very competitive, it’s tight, and we’ll see…you know, try and make the best decision we can for the team on that one.”

On his if he was happy with what he saw from the play of Jermaine Cunningham:

“Well, yeah, again, we’ll go back and look at the film and see how everybody did, it’s hard to watch everybody out there, but we played competitively, did some good things, I’m sure there’s other things that we still need to keep working on, but I think we made some improvement from…again, these guys are the guys who played mostly in the Philadelphia game so I think we’ve made some improvement since that game to this one.”

On his approach on who played vs who didn’t because of the tight schedule:

“Yeah, well obviously playing this many games close together, I mean, that had a lot to do with it.  But look, everybody that  played got an opportunity to show us what they could do and that was important, the guys that played in the Tampa game got that opportunity, the guys that played in the Philadelphia game, the New Orleans game, the guys at practice, who ever’s out there it’s an opportunity for them, it’s an opportunity for us to evaluate them and also evaluate our team in those areas.  You know, nothing wrong with that.”

On if it’s too early to give his thoughts what he’s seen from their first opponent, the Tennessee Titans:

“Yeah, I think right now we’re just trying to take care of the Patriots right now.  We know we have a lot of tough opponents and we know Tennessee will be tough on opening day, but right now we need to do what’s best for the New England Patriots, that’s where our focus is.”

On how compressed the next 48 hours is going to be like for his staff:

“Well, I mean we’ve known it’s coming, it’s not like it was sprung on us, so we’ve talked about this along the way.  But now we’ll have to make the final decisions to get all the information that we have, whether it be performance, injuries, and whatever other opportunities there are in the league.  There’s always a lot of player movement at this time of year, so who knows how that will or won’t affect our roster, I don’t really know.  But we’ll take all those things into consideration and make the decisions that are best for our football team.  That’s the process we always go through, so that won’t be any different.”

On if there’s any concern going into the season about the replacement referees:

“I’m not going to comment on that.”

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Wednesday’s Patriots Buzz Links 8/29

With the Patriots set to play their final preseason game tonight against the Giants, here’s a quick look at some of this morning’s headlines from around the internet:

BOSTON HERALD:

Humility sets this Patriots star apart – Joe Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald has a great article on Aaron Hernandez, who noted Bob Kraft “didn’t have to give me this much,” tearing up while talking about the contract extension he received from the Patriots.

Patriots stars should come out tonight – Karen Guregian
Guregian takes a look at tonight’s game and writes that if history is any indication we should see Tom Brady and the first offense based on last week’s lackluster performance.

Patriots-Giants: 5 Things to Watch – Jeff Howe
Howe gives his thoughts on what to keep an eye on tonight, including the fact he feels Ryan Mallett needs to finish strong since the plan is for him not to need to take another snap until next August.

Steve Gregory set to break out – Jeff Howe
Howe has a great article on safety Steve Gregory, including comments from his former teammates who had high praise of the veteran.

NOTEBOOK: ‘D’ takes away message – Jeff Howe
Howe has an article on the defense, who failed to force a turnover against the Buccaneers last week and were also less active in the opposing backfield and will be looking to change that this week.

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Like the Super Bowl, Only Meaningless – Joshua Robinson
Robinson writes that the Giants’ hype machine must be broken, and pokes fun at the prospect of people making this out to be a rematch of what happened in February.

ESPN BOSTON

Patriots projected to be unavailable – Mike Reiss
Reiss takes a look at Monday’s practice participation and writes that Brandon SpikesPatrick ChungStevan Ridley and Shane Vereen who are among players who likely won’t play tonight.

Brady’s history in preseason finale – Mike Reiss
Reiss takes a look at Tom Brady’s preseason finale history in this entry dating all the way back to 2002.

Five positional battles worth watching – Field Yates
Yates notes five positional battles to keep an eye on tonight, with runningback, defensive end, and center among them heading into their final preseason match-up against the Giants.

BOSTON GLOBE

Daniel Fells battling for tight end job with Patriots – Julian Benbow
Benbow looks at tight end Daniel Fells, who will get one final time tonight to try and make a big enough impression to land a spot on the roster.

ON FOOTBALL: Trying to piece together final Patriots Roster – Greg Bedard
Bedard writes that predicting the Patriots roster is a a “fruitless exercise”, and ponders the future of some of the players as we get closer to final cutdowns.

WEEI.COM

Jeff Demps ‘Thrown into the fire’ as he continues to try and pick up Patriots offense – Christopher Price
Price has a good article on runningback Jeff Demps, who he writes had one of the most “intriguing debuts in recent Patriots’ history” and notes that former Patriots’ offensive coordinator Charlie Weis was with the Gators while Demps was a collegian, making the acclimation process a little easier.

Ten Spot: Who you should watch for Wednesday against the Giants – Christopher Price
Price has 10 things to keep an eye on tonight, and it’s a great in-depth look – so be sure and check it out.

ENTERPRISE NEWS

It’ll be play, then wait, for many on the Patriots’ roster – Glen Farley
Farley has comments from Marquice Cole, who is among quite a few players who will be wondering what the future holds for them after tonight’s final preseason game against the Giants.

Free agent failures aplenty for Patriots this year – Glen Farley
Farley looks at the likes of Anthony Gonzalez, Jonathan Fanene, and Joseph Addai who were highly discussed free agent acquisitions that ended up being failures and never even made it out of camp.

PORTLAND PRESS HERALD:

Others sign, but Welker won’t whine - News Service Reports
The Herald has an article with comments from Wes Welker, who was happy for teammate Aaron Hernandez after the 3rd year tight end signed a contract extension.

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INSIDE THE NUMBERS: A Final Look At Donte Stallworth’s Stats

With Donte Stallworth’s release on Monday, here’s a final breakdown of each of his 13 targets this preseason.

RECEIVING TOTALS: 5-of-13 (38%) for 61 yards (12.2 YPC)

1ST DOWN: 0-0f-4 (0%)

2ND DOWN: 1-of-4 (25%), 12 yards

3RD DOWN: 3-of-4 (75%), 39 yards

4TH DOWN: 1-of-1 (100%), 10 yards

Here’s a breakdown of his receptions by depth and direction:

Short Left: 1-of-2 (50%) 12 yards (12.0 avg)

Deep Left: 0-for-2 (0%)

Short Middle: 2-of-2 (100%), 19 yards (9.5 avg)

Deep Middle: 0-for-1 (0%)

Short Right: 1-of-3 (33%) 10 yards

Deep Right: 1-of-3 (33%) 20 yards

*The official stat sheet incorrectly credited one play (Stallworth’s 4th quarter drop Friday night) to Matthew Slater, so this is the reason why we’re showing one additional attempt compared to the NFL Gamebooks.

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