Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Box_O_Rocks, May 1, 2007.
Mike Richardson article:
DL Zac West & WR Daniel Robinson from UTEP
Matt Gutierrez article:
The Washington Times points a fickle finger...
Patriots rebuilt to win next year New England wraps up terrific offseason.
Meriweather and Brown...
great one !
Box...great articles....I really think this draft will be really solid understated and better than most expected..flashy?? glossy?? hip?? No more bread and butter...
Just popping in to say, "Thanks for the thread."
Bx...Heard that the Jesters are also in the West search..so???
As of 10 a.m., NFLDraftScout still shows him going to the Patriots. They still don't show Anam going anywhere.
GBN is starting to update signings but has nothing for NE yet.
Draftdaddy is having server meltdown with all the hits, and currently shows Nordin, Gutierrez, Anam, & Warren as the sole signings.
What I suspect is happening is the Pats are inviting some guys to Rookie Camp for tryouts. In the past that usually meant enough players to walk through the basic offensive and defensive playbook and could include players from previous years who hadn't caught on. Some have come away from that with UDFA contracts, the RB from Marshall who was allocated to Europe and never played after injury started that way before being brought to the Practice Squad in the Fall.
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Another endorsement of the Miami boys...from an FIU coach.
Gutierrez is a winner, and a guy with great leadership and intangibles out of the Tom Brady mold. Coming out of HS, he was an Elite 11 QB, and an absolute stud. He never lost a game starting, and was penciled in as Michigan's starter until he got hurt on the eve of the 2004 season opener.
He never had the same arm after his shoulder surgery, but is still a very good character guy, and a guy everyone liked and looked up to. Even as a backup to Henne for 2 years, he was a team leader. If he can rehab that arm back, he can be a good pickup for the Pats. He probably would've been an early 2nd round pick had he gotten to play out his career in D-IA.Very smart and poised. The big question is that arm.
The must read! (It's been said elsewhere, but there's a touch of humor here, shockingly, it comes from a Doofin living with a Jest.)
A Delasalle (sp?) grad who never lost a HS game isn't exactly a rarity, but I'm glad to read he just needs to rebuild the arm and be another perennial "probable" on the injury report.
A Hilliard note:
Laurence Maroney is hosting a football camp (video interview link included).
Good fun read, San Diego has some issues with the Patriots...
1:40 p.m. April 30, 2007
Union-Tribune sports columnist Tim Sullivan answered questions from readers during a Monday morning chat session...
Justise Hairston synopses:
Are Pats chasing Chargers, or the other way around?
From the San Diego chat transcript- - - BobFromJamul writes:
Do you think that the Chargers dominance has forced the hands of the Pats & Broncos to make moves for personnel that they normally might have shied away from in order to remain competitive?
Are you kidding me? WHAT Charger dominance is he referring to? Their loss in the playoffs or their multiple AFC Championships or Super Bowl championships? I am confused...
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