Second-year player Pat Chung has been running with the first-team defense at strong safety in offseason practices. According to the Boston Globe's Albert Breer, Chung is rotating but "getting a ton of reps" and "they're moving him around quite a bit." Chung spent his rookie year on special teams, playing more than 50 percent of New England's defensive snaps in just two games. It looks like he's a strong bet to overtake strong safety from James Sanders and Brandon McGowan. Related: James Sanders, Brandon McGowan -From Rotoworld.com I am very excited about Chung and think he is going to make our D worlds better this year. The report on him comming out of college is he is very smart with a great workethic. I think his now improved (second year in the league) knowledge, hard work ethic, and skill set will be very helpful on the field this year and that he will make a major impact. I am also excited about our other second year players and think they will prove that we had a very solid draft last year. ie Butler, Volmer, Edelman, and Tate....plus who knows what McKenzie can bring. Its going to be a fun year.