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DL Adam Butler (9)
TE Benjamin Watson (19)
RB Brandon Bolden (13)
LB Brandon King (1)
DL Byron Cowart (6)
WR Cameron Meredith (6)
DL Chase Winovich (23)
OL Cole Croston (4)
RB Damien Harris (22)
DL Danny Shelton (12)
OL David Andrews (22)
DL Deatrich Wise Jr. (21)
WR Demaryius Thomas (10)
DL Derek Rivers (15)
DB Devin McCourty (16)
LB Dont'a Hightower (8)
DB Duron Harmon (13)
LB Elandon Roberts (8)
WR Gunner Olszewski (25)
OL Hjalte Froholdt (5)
OL Isaiah Wynn (71)
DB J.C. Jackson (38)
LB Ja'Whaun Bentley (5)
P Jake Bailey (20)
FB Jakob Johnson (3)
WR Jakobi Meyers (67)
FB James Develin (3)
RB James White (15)
LB Jamie Collins (29)
QB Jarrett Stidham (76)
DB Jason McCourty (17)
OL Jermaine Eluemenor (0)
LS Joe Cardona (0)
OL Joe Thuney (12)
DB Joejuan Williams (42)
DL John Simon (4)
DB Jonathan Jones (31)
WR Josh Gordon (0)
WR Julian Edelman (9)
DL Keionta Davis (2)
OL Korey Cunningham (0)
LB Kyle Van Noy (6)
TE Lance Kendricks (27)
DL Lawrence Guy (3)
DB Malik Gant (1)
OL Marcus Cannon (12)
TE Matt LaCosse (26)
WR Matthew Slater (5)
DL Michael Bennett (34)
WR N'Keal Harry (73)
DB Nate Ebner (8)
DB Obi Melifonwu (19)
DB Patrick Chung (16)
WR Phillip Dorsett (37)
RB Rex Burkhead (26)
OL Russell Bodine (0)
TE Ryan Izzo (4)
OL Shaq Mason (4)
DL Shilique Calhoun (23)
RB Sony Michel (26)
K Stephen Gostkowski (6)
DB Stephon Gilmore (50)
OL Ted Karras (8)
DB Terrence Brooks (23)
QB Tom Brady (83)
OL Yodny Cajuste (3)

LATEST PLAYER NEWS:
2019 Patriots Training Camp

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DB D'Angelo Ross (12)
"The undrafted free agent really got after it in 1-on-1s with a couple of pass breakups. Definitely loves to compete." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Ross shined in 1-on-1 drills, breaking up passes over Berrios and Olszewski. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Undrafted CB D'Angelo Ross made a pair of pass breakups against Berrios and Gunner Olszewski." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Patriots cornerbacks won 10 of 19 1-on-1 drills over wide receivers. Meyers was the best wide receiver in the drill. Braxton Berrios also flashed with two catches. Undrafted rookie cornerback D’Angelo Ross had two pass breakups. Second-year corners JC Jackson, Duke Dawson and Keion Crossen each had one pass breakup." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"The defense also continued their strong run. The unit dominated goal-line drills and it wasn’t close with running back-after-running back being stuffed. The cornerbacks also won more 1-on-1 battles with Stephon Gilmore, D’Angelo Ross and Crossen coming up with deflections." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/01/19

"Undrafted rookie CB D'Angelo Ross continues to make plays. The 5-foot-9 Ross broke up a pass intended for the severely larger Maurice Harris (6-foot-3). If the Patriots' cornerback group wasn't so deep Ross would be making a good case for the 53-man roster." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"CB D’Angelo Ross keeps making plays. Look for his chances to increase." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Crossen and undrafted rookie D’Angelo Ross had interceptions." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Ross and Keion Crossen both came up with interceptions late during 11-on-11 work working with the backups." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"The Patriots defense had nine deflections in practice – Jamie Collins (two), Duron Harmon (two), Stephon Gilmore, JoeJuan Williams, Keion Crossen, Obi Melifonwu and D’Angelo Ross." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Cole Croston was back on the field wearing No. 74. He replaced impressive UDFA CB D’Angelo Ross, who was waived/injured and will revert to IR if he clears waivers." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Tight end Matt LaCosse, wide receiver N’Keal Harry and cornerback D’Angelo Ross were absent from practice. LaCosse and Harry both suffered injuries in Thursday’s preseason game against the Detroit Lions." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

DB Jason McCourty (17)
"When Brian Hoyer came in, he tried to hook up with Phillip Dorsett but Jason McCourty did a nice job of breaking up the pass." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Jason McCourty, Duke Dawson, Terrence Brooks and Williams broke up passes in 11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"11-on-11: Brian Hoyer threw a pass to N’Keal Harry a bit off target. But Harry fought through Jason McCourty for a physical and athletic catch." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"There was a wild sequence of events for Harry, who was both very good and very bad in practice. Brady targeted Harry for a drop. (Harry got an earful for it.) It was one of four drops by him at practice on Wednesday. After that particular play, Harry made an incredibly athletic catch, leaping backward and landing on his back. He was shaken up, briefly, but returned to action — only to drop another pass. It has been a mixed bag for Harry so far at camp." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Undrafted rookie WR Jakobi Meyers stood out in competitive drills. He made a leaping catch over CB Jason McCourty on a deep ball from Brady, and later made the play of the day when he jumped and tipped the ball to himself for a touchdown." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"TOP PLAYS: Lions stud WR Kenny Golladay (whom the Patriots could have had in the 2017 third round instead of OT Antonio Garcia) had a tremendous leaping catch over Jason McCourty." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Jason McCourty had a pair of pass breakups, and J.C. Jackson, Keion Crossen, and A.J. Howard had one each." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"JC Jackson had two interceptions and also a pass breakup. After one interception he gave Bill Belichick a high-five. Other players to have pass breakups included Keion Crossen, Ken Webster and Jason McCourty." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"In general, the Patriots defense had a very strong day against the Titans offense, forcing a number of throwaways by Marcus Mariota. Second-year corner J.C. Jackson in particular was solid. Jason McCourty got beaten over the top on a pair of plays, once by rookie A.J. Brown and later by Taywan Taylor." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"The Titans didn’t do much on offense, but most of it was against McCourty, who allowed three big passing plays, including two from Tannehill. With J.C. Jackson and, now, Joejuan Williams possibly breathing down his neck for a starting spot, the veteran doesn’t want to give the upstarts an opening right now." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"Jason McCourty got burned on two deep passes from Tannehill in 7 on 7s, one to A.J. Brown and the other to Taywan Taylor." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"Patriots defense largely dominated in this practice, but Mariota and the Titans did put together an extended drive in true game situations. He completed a third-down pass to Tajae Sharp against Jason McCourty, and then a deep in to Taylor." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"CBs Keion Crossen, Jason McCourty, and Ken Webster (who is a legit scorcher) deflected passes." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Williams, Duke Dawson and Jason McCourty also registered pass breakups." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Stephon Gilmore and A.J. Brown, a rookie wideout out of Ole Miss, got a bit heated about midway through practice during some 11-on-11 work. The two were lined up to the offensive right side but Marcus Mariota’s throw went the other way. That didn’t stop the two from getting into as Devin McCourty, Jason McCourty and Jonathan Jones also came over to get involved." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore, Ken Webster, Duke Dawson and rookie Joejuan Williams had pass breakups in 1-on-1 drills over Titans receivers. Williams’ came on an impressive play over Titans wideout Corey Davis. Webster, a seventh-round pick, Gilmore, Dawson, Jason McCourty and Keion Crossen went undefeated.=" - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Pass breakups in 11-on-11s: Dawson, Williams, McCourty, linebacker Dont’a Hightower." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

DB Duron Harmon (13)
"Duron Harmon intercepted Brian Hoyer during hurry-up 11s. Hoyer was looking for Ben Watson down the middle of the field, but safety Terrence Brooks deflected the ball into the air. Harmon secured it for the pick." - Kevin Duffy,
Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Duron Harmon intercepted the quarterback [Brian Hoyer] when Terrence Brooks deflected the ball in the air." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Even in practice, Duron Harmon gets Duron Harmon interceptions. Terrence Brooks provided the blanket coverage and deflected a Hoyer pass … right to Harmon." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Safety Duron Harmon intercepted a pass." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Harry had a great haul on a deep pass for a touchdown that left Duron Harmon upset with Joejuan Williams." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Devin McCourty came up with a nice deflection to thwart a potential catch for Jerome Cunningham. It wasn’t good, however, as Duron Harmon was beaten badly by rookie tight end T.J. Hockenson for a big play." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"The Patriots defense had nine deflections in practice – Jamie Collins (two), Duron Harmon (two), Stephon Gilmore, JoeJuan Williams, Keion Crossen, Obi Melifonwu and D’Angelo Ross." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Duron Harmon is getting fewer and fewer snaps with the first-team defense. Terrence Brooks is getting more and more." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Duron Harmon continued to work with the second team, while Terrence Brooks got a good amount of time with the 1's." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Former Patriot Cody Hollister got loose deep down the middle and split the Patriots safeties for a big play late in practice. It appeared that Duron Harmon and Obi Melifonwu may have been in position to prevent the completion under normal conditions, but Belichick did not seem pleased after the play." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Terrence Brooks got the majority of first-team safety reps with Devin McCourty. Harmon didn’t see reps until Logan Woodside was on the field and, as usual, Harmon allowed a reception right in front of him when playing with instincts might have resulted in an interception." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"Duron Harmon had a sack on an overload blitz off the edge. Kyle Van Noy had a sack shortly thereafter." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Duron Harmon had a sack on a blitz." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

OL Shaq Mason (4)
"Mason stoned Wise when he moved inside." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"The first-team offensive line is still Marcus Cannon, Shaq Mason, David Andrews, Joe Thuney and Dan Skipper." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"In 1-on-1 line drills, defensive lineman Michael Bennett logged an easy win over guard Shaq Mason — that doesn’t happen often." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"During one stretch of 11-on-11 play, Shaq Mason jumped for a false start penalty. He ran a lap." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

OL Martez Ivey (5)
"New offensive lineman Martez Ivey was in uniform and has a long, long way to go with his conditioning. Forced to run a penalty lap, he was so slow that the trainers came out to check on him….time to hit the hills. " - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Newly signed rookie tackle Martez Ivey labored around the field. We'll let you know if he retires." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Newcomer Martez Ivey, the recently-signed undrafted rookie, took reps at various spots on the reserve line units including left tackle and right guard. After struggling to even run a lap on his first day in town on Wednesday, Martez looked much better on Thursday." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"He hasn’t been good to this point and now the new guy, Martez Ivey, is taking some of his backup LT snaps and doing a better job. Lang was also 0 for 2 on his 1-on-1 reps." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Wynn did run a penalty lap when he flinched during individual drills. OL Martez Ivey took a lap for a similar infraction." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

WR Damoun Patterson (8)
"Damoun Patterson got behind Jackson for a beautiful long touchdown down the left sideline in the same 1-on-1 work. Patterson caught the pass about a yard behind Jackson in stride and tapped his feet in bounds for the touchdown." - Paul Perillo,
Patriots.com - 7/31/19

"Wide receiver Damoun Patterson had a drop." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Stidham’s day was similar to Brady’s. He opened 1 of 5 with two picks. Another incompletion occurred when Damoun Patterson stopped his route on a post against J.C. Jackson, though it was probably too far for him. And the other incompletion in that window happened when Terrence Brooks broke up a ball for Ryan Davis." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Hoyer floated a nice pass to the corner of the end zone for Damoun Patterson during one snap. It’ll be interesting to see if he can continue to stay hot in Tennessee after putting together a rock solid preseason opener in Detroit. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Patterson had a ball broken up by Adoree Jackson, but that play would have resulted in a sack against Marcus Cannon in a game." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Gunner Olszewski, Ryan Davis, Dontrelle Inman, and Damoun Patterson received some first-team run with the receiving corps depleted." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

LB Elandon Roberts (8)
"Elandon Roberts might have concussed Lance Kendricks during a blocking battle." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Elandon Roberts, who sometimes gets lost in the linebacker conversation, was out there alongside Dont'a Hightower in running situations in the middle of the defense. He still seems to be a valued asset in spots where a hard-hitting linebacker can make an impact: early downs, short-yardage, goal-line." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Elandon Roberts and Mike Pennel had a stuff." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Even though it was a walkthrough, there were a couple of opportunities for players on both sides of the ball to make plays on the football and they couldn’t. Again, everything was half-speed, but both Elandon Roberts (with an opportunity to pick off a short pass), receiver Ryan Davis, and Andrew Beck had drops. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"The reasons for the early departures of Dorsett, Harris, and Roberts are unclear. All three players remained on the field until the end of practice, which likely means they’re not dealing with serious injuries. Dorsett appeared to be dealing with some type of left hand injury." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Phillip Dorsett, Maurice Harris and Elandon Roberts didn’t finish practice due to injuries. Dorsett left with trainer Jim Whalen and returned to the field without pads. … Dan Skipper was throwing up while getting carted off the field after practice." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Roberts appeared to suffer a foot injury while Harris didn’t seem to sustain any apparent injury." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Elandon Roberts was also back out at practice." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

DL John Simon (4)
"Even edge guys like Keionta Davis and John Simon were shoving blockers back." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"DE John Simon and S Terrence Brooks got reps with the starting defense. Simon has a chance to be productive as a "sam" linebacker off the edge in 3-4 looks and an edge rusher in 4-3 and sub packages. Brooks is a little more surprising because he's mostly played special teams in his career, but it's still hard to tell what the plan is with the safeties while Patrick Chung is still limited." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"The Patriots appear to have some depth on the edges on defense with several versatile players capable of contributing. John Simon served well in that role last year and he’s been involved again thus far this summer. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"Michael Bennett, Shilique Calhoun and John Simon all would’ve earned sacks during 11-on-11s." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

WR Cameron Meredith (6)
"It appears WR Cam Meredith is here and running sprints." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"WR Cam Meredith (PUP) made his first camp appearance and arrived with fellow receivers Julian Edelman (NFI) and Demaryius Thomas (PUP). They weren’t in uniform, but worked out on their own." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (non-football injury list), Demaryius Thomas (PUP) and Cameron Meredith (PUP) were present but not participating nor in uniform." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (NFI), Demaryius Thomas (physically unable to perform) and Cameron Meredith (PUP) were present but not in uniform. They worked on a side field to do conditioning work." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"WR Maurice Harris, who was dinged up Wednesday, wasn’t spotted. WR Cam Meredith (PUP), TEs Matt LaCosse (sprained ankle) and Stephen Anderson, and OT Yody Cajuste (NFI) also were not in attendance" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Wide receivers Maurice Harris and Cameron Meredith (physically unable to perform), tight ends Stephen Anderson and Matt LaCosse and offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste (non-football injury) weren’t spotted at practice." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

TE Ryan Izzo (4)
"Later on, Patriots tight end Ryan Izzo started to mix it up with Lions linebacker Devon Kennard. " - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"With Matt LaCosse sidelined, second-year pro Ryan Izzo mixed in with Ben Watson for top tight end reps. Izzo was a seventh-round pick out of Florida State in 2018. He spent his rookie season on injured reserve." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"With Matt LaCosse sidelined, second-year pro Ryan Izzo mixed in with Ben Watson for top tight end reps. Izzo was a seventh-round pick out of Florida State in 2018. He spent his rookie season on injured reserve." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Second-year tight end Ryan Izzo continues to look really capable as a blocking tight end. Really good pop and anchors well. For a team that’s hurting for pass-catchers at the position post-Gronk, at least Izzo looks capable of succeeding Dwayne Allen." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

LB Dont'a Hightower (8)
"Jamie Collins and Dont’a Hightower got a lot of run together. It’s like old times." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Michael Bennett and Dont’a Hightower collapsed the pocket for what would have been a sack of Mariota on the first 11-on-11 rep. Hightower was flagged for offsides on the next snap." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Overall, the pass rush had another strong day. The front seven keeps stringing them together. Good looks by Winovich, Rivers, Shilique Calhoun, Dont’a Hightower and Michael Bennett." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Dont’a Hightower and Jamie Collins each tipped passes at the line of scrimmage and nearly came down with interceptions." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

"Dont’a Hightower had another active day. He was in on a sack and leaped to break up a pass over the middle." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"When the Titans' first offense came out, the Patriots had a run stuff, a tipped pass by Dont'a Hightower and a third-and-10 pass defended by Obi Melifonwu intended for Anthony Firkser." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Dont’a Hightower had a nice pass breakup on Ryan Tannehill in the middle of the defense." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Pass breakups in 11-on-11s: Dawson, Williams, McCourty, linebacker Dont’a Hightower." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

OL Tyree St. Louis (2)
"Offensive lineman Tyree St. Louis and defensive lineman Nick Thurman got in a little extra one-on-one session that featured some heavy hitting." - Jim McBride,
Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"The bad: Patriots offensive tackle Tyrie St. Louis had his shoes stolen by Titans pass rusher Derick Roberson." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

OL Yodny Cajuste (3)
"Wide receiver N’Keal Harry, offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste (non-football injury) and tight end Matt LaCosse (ankle) weren’t spotted at practice. " - Doug Kyed,
NESN - 8/13/19

"WR Maurice Harris, who was dinged up Wednesday, wasn’t spotted. WR Cam Meredith (PUP), TEs Matt LaCosse (sprained ankle) and Stephen Anderson, and OT Yody Cajuste (NFI) also were not in attendance" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Wide receivers Maurice Harris and Cameron Meredith (physically unable to perform), tight ends Stephen Anderson and Matt LaCosse and offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste (non-football injury) weren’t spotted at practice." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

TE Eric Saubert (11)
"New tight end Eric Saubert made his Patriots debut and looked decent making a few catches, including a touchdown grab from Tom Brady. He did have a late drop, though." - Ryan Hannable,
WEEI - 8/13/19

"It was interesting to see Saubert get thrown right into the mix. He caught passes from Brian Hoyer (down the seam) and Tom Brady (in the corner of the end zone during a red-zone period). He also was out there briefly with Jarrett Stidham. Stidham’s last attempt of the day went deep down the middle to Saubert, but it was thrown a little high and it glanced off Saubert’s hands. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"Saubert isn’t known for having the best hands, but he had no problem catching the ball for most of Tuesday’s walk-through speed practices and even caught a touchdown pass from Brady. The last pass of practice, while high, did clang off Saubert’s fingertips." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"New tight end Saubert caught a touchdown pass from Tom Brady during a red-zone 11-on-11 session. He caught a handful of passes." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/13/19

"Eric Saubert was wearing No. 48 in white and caught a handful of passes, including one deep down the seam." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/13/19

"New tight end Eric Saubert, who was traded from the Falcons on Monday, was present for his first practice with the Patriots. He wore a white No. 48 jersey and walked out to the field with Rex Burkhead. He caught a touchdown from Tom Brady during a non-competitive drill." - Steve Hewitt, Boston Herald - 8/13/19

"Eric Saubert took part in the practice after arriving via trade earlier in the week, and another tight end wearing No. 41 was also present." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"On Wednesday I noted that there was an unknown tight end wearing No. 41 but it appears as if that was Eric Saubert, who I incorrectly thought was wearing 48. Saubert continues working with the tight ends as he tries to get up to speed with the offense after arriving from Atlanta earlier in the week." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"New guy Eric Saubert caught a pass from Stidham during 11-on-11s. He also had a short tutorial side session with tight ends coach Nick Caley and Brady as he tries to get up to speed" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Eric Saubert caught a pass from Stidham." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"New tight end Eric Saubert caught a pass in 11s from Stidham." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

OL Cole Croston (2)
"OL Cole Croston, who has been wearing No. 74 for the past two-plus years, was in a No. 65 jersey. He still had 74 on his helmet." - Jim McBride,
Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"The 11-on-11 offense saw Dan Skipper and Isaiah Wynn alternate at left tackle. Skipper took the first two reps while Wynn got the next two. After that Cole Croston also saw some action as Skipper once again dealt with some heat-related issues. Unlike Wednesday, Skipper was able to continue and eventually made it back into the lineup and finished practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

TE Andrew Beck (7)
"For the second straight workout undrafted rookie tight end Andrew Beck seemed to grab at and flex his right hamstring during the session, but the Texas product hasn’t appeared to miss any reps to this point." - Andy Hart,
WEEI - 7/28/19

"Rookie tight end Andrew Beck spent time working on long snapping after practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/02/19

"Though technically a tight end, undrafted rookie Andrew Beck continues to spend a lot of time with fullback James Develin. During position work Develin and Beck worked with a heavy bag together at the far end of the field. At the conclusion of practice Beck also worked on some long snapping." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Other players to drop passes were Ryan Davis and Andrew Beck." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/13/19

"Tight end Stephen Anderson was limited." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/13/19

"Even though it was a walkthrough, there were a couple of opportunities for players on both sides of the ball to make plays on the football and they couldn’t. Again, everything was half-speed, but both Elandon Roberts (with an opportunity to pick off a short pass), receiver Ryan Davis, and Andrew Beck had drops. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"Fullback Andrew Beck and wide receiver Ryan Davis did drop passes." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

DL Adam Butler (9)
"Adam Butler is getting a lot of work with Lawrence Guy and Mike Pennel on the defensive line for the first-team offense. Behind them, the Patriots have Dont’a Hightower, Jamie Collins and Kyle Van Noy. It will be interesting to see how the position battles shape up at defensive end and linebacker." - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"The big men had some one-on-one battles at the far end of the field. Derek Rivers beat Marcus Cannon, Mike Pennel bull-rushed Ted Karras in a good battle, James Ferentz beat both Adam Butler and Nick Thurman in good action." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"The Patriots have been heavily favoring a 3-man front on defense: Adam Butler, Mike Pennel and Lawrence Guy. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/27/19

"Tom Brady hit N'Keal Harry with a quick strike under interior pressure from DT Adam Butler." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Surprisingly, Butler, an undersized end known mostly for his sub pass rush, has been used more and more in base defense as an end. In the past, teams have run right at him with great success. That continued on Tuesday as the Lions ran for huge gains right over Butler twice in three plays. Also lost his only 1-on-1 rep." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Adam Butler keeps showing up on special teams. That’s key for a roster spot." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Adam Butler looked to injure his foot midway through the session and did not return." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"Patriots defensive tackle Adam Butler left practice early. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Midway through practice, Butler’s right leg was examined by the Patriots medical staff. He remained on the field for the entire session, but did not return to participation." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

DB A.J. Howard (6)
"Tight end Stephen Anderson made a leaping back-shoulder catch over safety A.J. Howard. Brian Hoyer was the quarterback on the play." - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Stephen Anderson, who was signed by New England in Sept. 2018, made a nice back shoulder catch over safety A.J. Howard. It wasn’t all good news for Anderson though, as he fumbled in a ball security drill at the hands of linebacker Jamie Collins." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"Veteran LB Shilique Calhoun and first-year DB A.J. Howard were the first players on the field." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"As has become custom, defensive back A.J. Howard and linebacker Shilique Calhoun were the first players on the field before practice." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Jason McCourty had a pair of pass breakups, and J.C. Jackson, Keion Crossen, and A.J. Howard had one each." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Pass breakups in team drills: McCourty (two), Jackson, Jones, Williams, Crossen, safety A.J. Howard and linebackers Trent Harris and Brandon King." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

WR Braxton Berrios (56)
"Berrios went all out for a quick out pass from Brady, diving for the ball, which got a fist-bump from the QB when they got back to the huddle." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/25/19

"Braxton Berrios struggled to create separation again on Friday with Stephon Gilmore in coverage in an 11-on-11. Hoyer’s target for Berrios fell incomplete." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"LaCosse (on a dangerous pass over the middle by Hoyer), Braxton Berrios (on a pass thrown behind him by Stidham) and Ryan Davis (in an individual drill) all had drops. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"He’s in his second season, has the slot all to himself with no Julian Edelman, and Berrios has barely been noticeable. Had a drop today too." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Hoyer completed passes to Braxton Berrios, Rex Burkhead, James White, Brandon Bolden, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse, James Develin, and Phillip Dorsett in team drills." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Wide receiver Braxton Berrios caught a pass from Tom Brady in 11-on-11s. That’s worth mentioning because it’s the first time it’s happened in Berrios’ two-year career." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"Braxton Berrios ran his best route of training camp by shaking Jon Jones to get wide open downfield. Tom Brady found Berrios, who would have been free to run for a 60-yard touchdown." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/28/19

"While it was notable he finally caught a pass from Brady (two, actually), he still hasn’t impressed very much. He’s been wallpaper to this point. Even his highlight today — a juggling catch — was actually a ball he should have caught the first time. Still wants to body catch too many passes." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Berrios was yelled at after a rep against air for running a route too shallow." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"It was a good day of work for Berrios, who often found himself out there with Brady, N’Keal Harry and Maurice Harris. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Braxton Berrios didn’t have a great session either, he had a drop from Brady and another from Hoyer. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"After a really solid spring, things haven’t worked out. He hasn’t stood out at all. And worse yet, he isn’t getting any separation from the corners and he’s been mainly going against the second-tier guys. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Braxton Berrios consistently cannot get enough separation for catches. During a competitive 1-on-1 rep, cornerback Jonathan Jones managed a pass breakup. The same thing happened on the following rep when Berrios couldn’t haul in a catch against rookie cornerback De’Angelo Ross." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Jonathan Jones made a nice pass breakup against Braxton Berrios. Tight coverage all the way over the middle and got an arm in to disrupt the catch." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Undrafted CB D'Angelo Ross made a pair of pass breakups against Berrios and Gunner Olszewski." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Berrios struggled to get away from cornerback Jonathan Jones, who has been one of the standouts this summer. In hurry-up 11s, Brady failed to connect with Berrios on two consecutive reps." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Patriots cornerbacks won 10 of 19 1-on-1 drills over wide receivers. Meyers was the best wide receiver in the drill. Braxton Berrios also flashed with two catches. Undrafted rookie cornerback D’Angelo Ross had two pass breakups. Second-year corners JC Jackson, Duke Dawson and Keion Crossen each had one pass breakup." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Similar to Dorsett, but in the short area of the field — Berrios just can’t readily get open and you can tell it’s starting to annoy Tom Brady. He’s probably texting Julian Edelman daily for updates." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"Braxton Berrios handled the return duties for the punters’ post-practice work and was inconsistent with a few ugly drops. Berrios has not had a great first week-plus of camp." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Meyers, Harry, Braxton Berrios and Gunner Olszewski all took punt return reps. That was a first for Meyers, who did muff a punt." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Very early in practice, there were some dueling 1-on-1 sessions between the receivers and cornerbacks. Tom Brady and Jarrett Stidham took the top Patriots receivers while Brian Hoyer worked on another field. Sure seemed like Brady was cherry-picking his receivers … and Berrios didn’t seem to be a fave. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Brady. Now, Brady did go to Berrios on occasion in 11-on-11, but that’s when he really didn’t have a choice — the coaches picked the personnel." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Receiving a ton of opportunity with Julian Edelman sidelined, second-year slot man Braxton Berrios is making progress. Berrios caught back-to-back touchdowns in goal line 11-on-11 work, beating former Pats cornerback Justin Coleman on the first." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"After being basically persona non grata on Monday, Braxton Berrios was very much in Brady’s plans today as he was targeted several times and mostly delivered. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"In one-on-ones, Berrios had a great stutter/hesitation step to create space (rare for him) on a deep pass over the top from Brady." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Berrios did have a great diving catch that the officials originally waved off but then they gave it to him." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"After getting the Joey Galloway treatment on Monday, Brady really looked for Berrios on Tuesday and he did a good job making the most of his chances. He caught two touchdown passes and, in 1-on-1s, used a great stutter/hesitation step to get a lot of space against the defender." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"After making a great move get open in 1-on-1s, Berrios received a perfect pass from Brady but couldn’t bring it in. A tough catch to make, but one he needs to haul in." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Tom Brady didn't have his best day. He went 5-for-9 in 7-on-7 work, getting picked in the end zone by linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin early in the session. He went 5-for-10 in 11-on-11 work and was "sacked." Three of his best completions went to Braxton Berrios, including two late scores -- one of which earned the second-year wideout "attaboy" recognition from the Patriots quarterback in the form of a headbutt." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Berrios was the star of this session Tuesday. He created significant separation on an early rep with Brady. He later ran under a perfectly-placed corner route from Brady for another win. Another contested-catch attempt from Brady fell incomplete, but two of Brady's four completions in the one-on-one period went to Berrios. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"The best completion of the day in these drills was from Brady to Braxton Berrios. Brady lofted a deep ball near the corner of the end zone for Berrios, who adjusted to the ball as he tracked it through the air and bobbled it for a second before securing it as he slid to the turf. Berrios got half a step on Duke Dawson on the play." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"Cornerback Jon Jones is a nightmare for receiver Braxton Berrios, who has struggled to separate from Jones all throughout training camp. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Braxton Berrios with a diving completion over the shoulder from Tom Brady, showing great concentration as he juggled the ball through tight coverage from Duke Dawson." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Berrios made a spectacular over-the-shoulder catch after failing to gain much separation from Dawson during 1-on-1 rep. Turning back toward the sideline on a corner route, Berrios initially grabbed the ball with his arms outstretched and batted it between his hands as he tumbled until he at last secured possession while lying on his back." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady hit Berrios over the middle against a linebacker shell, but Brady wasn’t happy Berrios sat in the zone instead of continuing to drag his route. Brady led Berrios, forcing the second-year receiver to make an out-stretched catch and quickly get stopped by the defense. If Berrios read it the same way as Brady, he could have gained a few extra yards on a catch and run. Brady had a word for Berrios after the play as they got back to the huddle." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady made a few terrific throws, including a long gain to Dorsett up the left seam and an absolute beauty to Berrios on an over route with the ball sailing over two levels of zone defenders. Brady and Harris also connected on a nice back-shoulder throw." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Braxton Berrios, Jakobi Meyers and Gunner Olszewski took reps returning punts." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Jakobi Meyers and Braxton Berrios made some nice grabs" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady was 15 of 20 going into the last period of the day, when he only had Berrios, Inman and Olszewski at his disposal, and he went 3 of 8. " - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Perfect design by Josh McDaniels and execution by Brady, Berrios, Meyers and Olszewski on a zone beater in the end zone. The combo routes by the three receivers created enough space for Berrios to get open, and Brady immediately hit him for a score." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"After 1-on-1s and special teams work, the Patriots broke into the aforementioned 11-on-11 work, and that was really where the Patriots top unit shined. The first foray for the Patriots starting first-and-10 at the Tennessee 10 included a shallow cross TD to Gunner Olszewski, an incompletion on the right to Gunner and a curl to Braxton Berrios caught at the goal line." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"It wasn’t a tremendous day for rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham when his group got out there around 11 a.m. for situational work. He twice had passes batted down at the line by defensive tackle Brent Urban, threw a widowmaker over the middle to Jakobi Meyers that Meyers reached for with one hand and deflected upward and delivered late on the sidelines to Braxton Berrios. On that one, he waited so long for the play to develop, it looked like a team meeting with defensive backs and receivers converging in a mini-swarm. Gotta come out faster." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"On the first two reps of the Patriots “drive” there was an incompletion under duress to Jakobi Meyers followed by a pressure given up by Skipper which drew audible agitation from offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia. Then, somehow, the Titans lost track of Berrios who ran a simple deep post and got loose for about a 60-yard gain." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"A play later, Berrios didn’t finish a route as anticipated and got reamed by Brady. The two connected again for another long gain but that was called back by a hold." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Berrios also turned in a solid day, rebounding from a Brady tongue-lashing after apparently running the wrong route. He bounced back with a pair of solid plays, drawing a holding call and then a short catch that turned into a big play when he raced about 80 yards inside the 5." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Of those receivers in 11-on-11 work, Berrios stood out the most." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"Berrios had a mostly solid day, highlighted by his two TD catches, but he did run the wrong route on one play" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Brady up top to Braxton Berrios to the 2-yard line. They did the same in two-minute to the 5-yard line but it was called back due to penalty." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"WR Braxton Berrios: Caught several big passes from Brady and probably looked like a reasonable Julian Edelman replica for the first time all camp. He even got ripped by Brady like Edelman would after a play." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Berrios had a good practice overall but that didn’t stop him from getting ripped by Brady when he halted a crossing pattern." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Skipper got beat twice by Harold Landry to make Brady uneasy in the pocket. On the next play, Skipper did his job, Brady stepped up and drilled a big pass to Berrios." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Berrios had two big receptions from Brady. One was called back because of a holding penalty, however. Berrios was probably the Patriots’ best receiver Thursday. Meyers also hauled in a nice catch. Berrios delivered a nice block on a long reception by Meyers." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"With N’Keal Harry, Maurice Harris, and Phillip Dorsett sidelined, Tom Brady was often working with a three-receiver set of Dontrelle Inman, Braxton Berrios, and Gunner Olszewski." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

"Late in practice, there was an up-and-down sequence for wide receiver Braxton Berrios, who saw a long completion negated by a holding call, then ran the wrong route and drew the ire of Tom Brady. Berrios responded, though. He drew a defensive hold on Titans cornerback Logan Ryan on the next rep, then got behind free safety Kevin Byard for a touchdown reception." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

RB Brandon Bolden (13)
"Brandon Bolden was getting first reps with the kickoff return unit and… once the team began kicking off for real and not using the JUGGS Machine, it was Jake Bailey kicking off." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/25/19

"Brandon Bolden, back for his second tour of duty with New England, was wearing his familiar No. 38." - Jake Levin, NBC Boston - 7/25/19

"Hoyer completed passes to Braxton Berrios, Rex Burkhead, James White, Brandon Bolden, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse, James Develin, and Phillip Dorsett in team drills." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Brandon Bolden and Damien Harris were both getting a lot of reps in the running game. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Brandon Bolden had a nice run over the starting left side of the line and appeared to score from about 25 yards out." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Veteran running back Brandon Bolden was a focal point of Tom Brady’s offense throughout practice, getting plenty of early-rep carries – including on the goal line – as well as catching the ball out of the backfield." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Bolden had an extremely impressive catch on a screen pass to the left from Hoyer as the veteran had to jump and spin back toward the line to catch the ball with just his left for the reception. It worked out, but it wasn’t as it’s drawn up and could have been an ugly situation." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"The defensive front keeps standing out in goal line drills. On Thursday, Danny Shelton and Obi Melifonwu converged to stop Brandon Bolden short of the goal line. Damien Harris then ran into a wall of defenders — led by defensive end Shilique Calhoun and defensive tackle David Parry — on the next two reps." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Brandon Bolden had the catch of the day by jumping over Dont’a Hightower to grab a Hoyer deep ball in 7-on-7s." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/02/19

"Brandon Bolden continues to get a lot of work in camp. On Thursday he got a lot of carries and Friday saw him used a receiver quite a bit. He came up with a terrific catch on a deep wheel route when he leaped high in the air to snag Brian Hoyer’s throw behind Dont’a Hightower." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/02/19

"Lots of work for the running backs in today’s practice. The final period of 11-on-11s featured two Sony Michel runs, a James White carry, a Brandon Bolden carry, and a pair of screens to Rex Burkhead. Rookie Damien Harris participated, but wasn’t heavily involved." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"The next series had a Brandon Bolden run stuff, an incompletion over James White then a TD to White sitting down at the goal line." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Brandon Bolden had a huge run that started over right tackle but he cutback and went for like 50 yards." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

DL Byron Cowart (6)
"Rookie Byron Cowart left practice early on Friday with an apparent injury." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Rookie defensive tackle Byron Cowart appeared to suffer some sort of lower body injury. He worked with trainer Jim Whalen midway through practice and tried to do some light jogging but did so with a pronounced limp. He did not finish practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Rookie defensive tackle Byron Cowart left about 3/4 of the way through the session with an apparent knee injury." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/26/19

"Byron Cowart and Dontrelle Inman returned after missing three practices and two respectively. Cowart worked on conditioning while Inman jumped right back into team drills. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"After showing steady progress, Cowart took a step back with an 0-for-2 performance in 1-on-1s. If he wants to unseat a guy like Adam Butler, Cowart is going to need flash in pass rush." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Prospective left tackle Isaiah Wynn participated in full-contact drills for the first time. He beat rookie defensive lineman Byron Cowart. He was sharing first-team reps with Dan Skipper." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

QB Brian Hoyer (49)
"Brian Hoyer took the top backup reps, finishing 5/7 in 11-on-11s and 2/3 in 4-on-4s. Jared Stidham went 3/5 in full-team drills." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/25/19

"Brian Hoyer was 6-of-9 in 4-on-4s and 5-of-7 in 11-on-11s. Jarett Stidham was 3-of-5 in 11-on-11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/25/19

"Brian Hoyer was 5 of 7 in team drills with completions to Maurice Harris (two), Burkhead, Lance Kendricks and Ryan Davis (one each)." - Jeff Howe, TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"Hoyer went 10/13 in full-team drills." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Hoyer had a solid day as well. He went 4/5 in 7-on-7s, 5/6 in 4-on-4s and 3/7 with an interception in 3-on-3s." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Hoyer went 11-for-13 and looked sharp at times, particularly after getting into a rhythm. His flag route toss to Phillip Dorsett deep down the field was probably his prettiest of the day. He also hit big tight end Matt LaCosse on a seam with Elandon Roberts draped all over him. Even the shorter stuff was impressive at times as he found James White on what looked like an option route over the middle with Terrence Brooks close in coverage. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Brian Hoyer made a perfectly weighted toss to speedster Phillip Dorsett on a post route that went for a touchdown against rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"Hoyer took advantage of Brady’s day off and had plenty of reps. He had a solid day too. Hoyer and tight end Stephen Anderson connected on a beautifully thrown TD pass play on which Anderson beat and wrestled the ball from two defenders." - Dan Roche, CBS Boston - 7/26/19

"Backup Brian Hoyer was mostly sharp working the short passing game in team drills, finding some of the Patriots' most reliable targets repeatedly. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Hoyer completed passes to Braxton Berrios, Rex Burkhead, James White, Brandon Bolden, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse, James Develin, and Phillip Dorsett in team drills." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Backup quarterback Brian Hoyer went 2-of-2 in 11s and 4-of-4 overall." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/27/19

"Hoyer was 2-for-2 in the 11-on-11s, hitting a nice throw into the end zone to Harry." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/27/19

"Hoyer went 7-of-11 with an interception in 11s and 9-of-13 with the INT overall." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"On the rep following his interception, Hoyer fumbled the snap and immediately took a lap. " - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Hoyer was 7-of-11 with an interception in 11s and 9-of-13 overall." - Trevor Hass, Boston.com - 7/28/19

"Brian Hoyer went 9-for-13 in competitive 11-on-11 work. He would have been sacked by veteran pass-rusher Shilique Calhoun on one rep and he was picked on another by Obi Melifonwu when Hoyer tried to send one Watson’s way. Immediately after the pick, Hoyer fumbled a snap. Not a great stretch. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Hoyer also had a run a penalty lap after falling, bumbling and fumbling on a handoff." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Brian Hoyer finished 4/9 with an interception in full-team drills." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Hoyer went 4-of-9 with an interception during 11-on-11s and 7-of-12 overall." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Backup QB Brian Hoyer went 4-of-5 [in 11-on-11s], while Stidham was 3-of-4." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Brady finished strong on Thursday, completing 6/6 passes in the final period to finish 14/19 in full-team drills. Hoyer went 4/5 and Stidham 3/4." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/01/19

"Brian Hoyer went 4-for-5 in competitive 11-on-11 work." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Brian Hoyer went 4-for-6 in 7-on-7 work but one of his incompletions was due to a Dontrelle Inman drop. Hoyer only got four attempts in 11-on-11 work and went 0-for-4. Two of his passes were batted away by safety Terrence Brooks. One was broken up by J.C. Jackson. (Jackson also broke up a Hoyer pass to Phillip Dorsett in 7-on-7.)" - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/02/19

"Brian Hoyer went 1-of-5 in 11s and 4-of-6 in 7s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/02/19

"Meanwhile, Hoyer went 1/5 in full-team drills and 3/4 in 7-on-7s. It’s still early, but on this day, Stidham looked like the second best quarterback on the Patriots." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/02/19

"Quarterback Brian Hoyer was 1-of-3 in 11s and 3-of-4 in 7s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Brian Hoyer went 2/3 in full-team work and 7/8 in 7-on-7s." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Brian Hoyer went 6-for-6 in 7-on-7 work, completing a pass to Harry that was just . . . ridiculous. Harry looked late for a back-shoulder throw, tipped it up, and he ended up catching it while laying on his back on the ground." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Brian Hoyer had a rough day going 6/16 with an interception in 11-on-11s." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Brady did look himself in 11-on-11 work, while Hoyer took a step back after his impressive showing in Detroit. The same can be said for Jarrett Stidham, who threw two interceptions on passes intended for Danny Etling." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Linebacker Jamie Collins intercepted quarterback Brian Hoyer. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Brian Hoyer was 8 of 19 with an interception (Jamie Collins), and he was never really in rhythm, though he closed the day with an animated touchdown connection with Inman." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins came up with another big play as he anticipated a screen and picked off an ugly pass from Brian Hoyer." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Hoyer finishes his hurry-up drive with a shot to the extended arms of Dontrelle Inman, smothered by Keion Crossen, for the touchdown." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Another down day for Hoyer. He finished 1-for-5 at the end, his last pass a touchdown to Inman during tight red-zone work with Crossen in coverage. Hoyer threw a gimme interception right at Jamie Collins on the edge a period earlier." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Brian Hoyer was just 6 of 16 with an interception in 11-on-11s and 2 of 3 in the sevens." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Backup Brian Hoyer went 2-of-2 in 7-on-7s and 6-of-16 with an interception in 11-on-11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins picked off Brian Hoyer near the line of scrimmage. He's had a good camp and looks like he could be a starter right away in his second stint with the Patriots." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"Hoyer floated a nice pass to the corner of the end zone for Damoun Patterson during one snap. It’ll be interesting to see if he can continue to stay hot in Tennessee after putting together a rock solid preseason opener in Detroit. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"Brian Hoyer had a terrific long touchdown throw to James White when the running back was lined up on the outside." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Brian Hoyer was 8 of 12 in team drills." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"One big play for the Patriots was a deep downfield throw from Brian Hoyer to James White, who leaked out on a wheel route." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"One of the most impressive offensive plays came with Brian Hoyer at the controls. He looked outside to James White, who lined up wide and ran a go and grabbed Hoyer’s perfect throw in stride for a touchdown." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Brian Hoyer went 6 of 8 during the 11-on-11s and 2 of 4 in the sevens. He hit White on a wheel route for a long touchdown, and that really fired up Brady on the sideline." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Brian Hoyer was 8 of 11 in yet another smooth day." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"There were also long gains on throws from Brian Hoyer to Meyers and Gunner Olszewski." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Brian Hoyer was 7 of 8 during 11-on-11s and 2 of 3 in the sevens." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Brian Hoyer threw a beautiful low out to Gunner Olszewski, who went sliding to the turf and beat CB Kareem Orr." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Brian Hoyer was 7-of-8 in 11s and 2-of-3 in 7s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

TE Benjamin Watson (19)
"The tight end looked great streaking across the middle a step ahead of Devin McCourty during an early 7-on-7 drill, grabbing Brady’s pass in stride for a nice gain." - Paul Perillo,
Patriots.com - 7/25/19

"Watson doesn’t look like a guy who mulled retirement. He’s big, relatively fast and was catching the ball well." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"Watson was sporting his original jersey No. 84 with the Patriots, a jersey worn most recently by Cordarrelle Patterson." - Jake Levin, NBC Boston - 7/25/19

"Ben Watson continued to show steady production." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"Nick Caserio was on the field and tossing fade routes and quick slants in goalline situations on a side session with Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse" - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Tight ends Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse dropped passes." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"The offense didn’t finish on a particularly high note, as tight ends Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse committed drops in the final period. The ball clanged off Watson’s facemask on a short throw from Brady." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Brady completed a goal-line touchdown to Ben Watson after a fake dive to fullback James Develin." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"With Matt LaCosse sidelined, second-year pro Ryan Izzo mixed in with Ben Watson for top tight end reps. Izzo was a seventh-round pick out of Florida State in 2018. He spent his rookie season on injured reserve." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Brady spent time working in a group with Sony Michel, James White, Ben Watson and Phillip Dorsett early in practice when most of the team was involved in positional drills. Interesting to see the work in two-back sets, something that will be worth watching as the preseason moves on." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/13/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Kevin Byard stole the ball from Watson after the first seven-on-seven rep of the day." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"During an early-practice passing period with three receivers going against four defensive backs, Patriots tight end Ben Watson came up howling about being grabbed by Titans DB Dane Cruikshank. Vrabel agreed that Watson had his shirt grabbed and spoke to his player but ordered Watson to “get his old ass back in the huddle.”" - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"After Ben Watson dropped a Brady pass in the back of the end zone during seven-on-sevens, Vrabel chirped at his two former teammates, “I never dropped one of those. Let me know if you need me to report.”" - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady and Watson hooked up for a 60-yard touchdown when the 38-year-old tight end burned Wesley Woodyard over the middle." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"On consecutive plays, Gunner drew a flag on highly-regarded corner Adoree Jackson on a Brady throw down the middle. Then Tennessee somehow lost track of Benjamin Watson for about a 40-yard touchdown." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Benjamin Watson caught a 50-yardish TD from Brady on a beautiful seam route. Watson had one Brady bullet go off his fingertips in the end zone during seven-on-sevens. Titans coach Mike Vrabel was there to lovingly remind Watson that he never dropped passes in the end zone" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Patriots scored a competitive touchdown when Brady found Ben Watson. As Brady came off the field, Belichick gave him a side-five." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

OL Cole Croston (4)
"Offensive lineman Cole Croston, who’s on the physically unable to perform list, was spotted for the first time this summer. He wasn’t in uniform and only observed the practice." - Doug Kyed,
NESN - 7/29/19

"Cole Croston was back on the field wearing No. 74. He replaced impressive UDFA CB D’Angelo Ross, who was waived/injured and will revert to IR if he clears waivers." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"OT Cole Croston was back after being cut two weeks ago." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"A mystery offensive lineman wearing No. 74 was at practice. We believe it may be the returning Cole Croston." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

OL Cedrick Lang (3)
"6-foot-10 Dan Skipper and former tight end and basketball player Cedrick Lang both received reps at left tackle with Isaiah Wynn still limited. Both are interesting projects. Skipper saw more first-team reps." - Doug Kyed,
NESN - 7/28/19

"Dan Skipper once again started at left tackle in the first session of the day. Isaiah Wynn is out there, but not participating in even second-team drills. Cedrick Lang backed up Skipper." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"He hasn’t been good to this point and now the new guy, Martez Ivey, is taking some of his backup LT snaps and doing a better job. Lang was also 0 for 2 on his 1-on-1 reps." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

LB Christian Sam (4)
"James White took a pretty good pop on an inside run by Christian Sam. It was an audible hit that got everyone’s attention." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Christian Sam busted through the line and really thudded James White." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/27/19

"Linebacker Christian Sam made an impressive run stuff near the goal line on rookie running back Damien Harris." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"Had two big stuffs, including one on the goal line, in this practice. Crowded group at LB but he’s garnering some attention." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

DL Chase Winovich (23)
"Brady took Chase Winovich behind the practice fields after practice, had him get his helmet and tossed him a blocking pad. Brady threw passes and Winovich would hit the QB after he released the pass. One Michigan Man helping another." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Chase Winovich got a few snaps with the second team." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"Rookie defensive end Chase Winovich, a Michigan alum, had some good reps in 1-on-1s and 11-on-11s. He would have had a sack in full-team drills." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Rookie defensive end Chase Winovich blew up two consecutive plays in the two-minute period. He would have recorded a sack on the first rep (had he been allowed to hit quarterback Tom Savage). On the next, he drove his blocker backward into Savage, causing the towering quarterback to hit the turf." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"The Lions’ offensive line starters got the best of the Patriots’ pass rushers in 1-on-1s. But local favorite Chase Winovich had a great, quick inside move, Derek Rivers and Deatrich Wise (twice) were big winners for the Patriots." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Patriots rookie Chase Winovich was terrific. He turned in the best 1-on-1 rep of the day, blowing by a Lions offensive tackle. He also would have recorded a sack in 11-on-11s. This was the second consecutive strong day of practice for Winovich." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"On the defensive side, Chase Winovich and Shilique Calhoun had some splash plays as they brought a little more juice to the proceedings." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Chase Winovich had a great speed inside move that left Lions starting LT Taylor Decker grasping for air. The Michigan fans in attendance were pretty happy." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Winovich with a quick inside move against Taylor Decker." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Had a dominating win in 1-on-1s and continued that into team play as he starts to get more comfortable with the scheme." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Chase Winovich put on a show in front of family and friends in Michigan jerseys. He won all three of his one-on-one reps, using his quickness on one rep, bending around a tackle on another and powering through a holding penalty on a third. (He also steamrolled receiver Brandon Powell in a kickoff period. Almost a 60-pound difference between the two, and Winovich made Powell pay for getting in his way.)" - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Chase Winovich, James Develin, and Deatrich Wise were among those staying late on the back field working on drills with the tackling dummies." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"On the rep preceding Jackson’s interception, rookie pass rusher Chase Winovich blasted around the edge for what would have been a sack of Tannehill (of course, there’s no contact with quarterbacks in practice)." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Winovich also intercepted Tannehill in a different 11-on-11 period. The ball was tipped at the line of scrimmage by Deatrich Wise, and Winovich — also rushing the passer — reacted and dove for the interception." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"A third-round pick out of Michigan, Winovich isn’t getting a ton of first-team work, but his impact is felt in every practice (he also enjoyed a strong debut in the preseason game at Detroit). There’s little doubt that Winovich will play a good amount as a rookie. He’ll push John Simon, Derek Rivers, and Shilique Calhoun for time." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Deatrich Wise tipped a pass at the line that was intercepted by Chase Winovich." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Winovich got some time over the center. Could just be trying him out in a sub package look." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Overall, the pass rush had another strong day. The front seven keeps stringing them together. Good looks by Winovich, Rivers, Shilique Calhoun, Dont’a Hightower and Michael Bennett." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"He also had an interception but he’s been more impressive in team drills where he seems to always be in the backfield or setting a strong edge. He’s standing up all the tight ends he goes against. Would like to see some reps against tackles." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"Chase Winovich over Tyler Marz. Just dipped around him and put on the jets." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"DE Derek Rivers: Went 0 for 2 in his one-on-one reps and really didn’t distinguish himself in these practices. You hardly noticed he was there, unlike Chase Winovich who again had another good joint practice." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Chase Winovich did a lot more moving around in this practice and encroached once trying to anticipate the snap." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"The Pats used Chase Winovich over the nose in one sub-defense package. Winovich, who looks like the team’s best rookie at the moment, is pushing for time with the starters. He would have seen more reps if not for an offside penalty during 11s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

OL David Andrews (22)
"Running back Sony Michel and center David Andrews also returned to practice. Michel was activated off the physically unable to perform list." - Doug Kyed,
NESN - 7/27/19

"David Andrews was back on the field, but not in full pads. He stood to the side and watched as Ted Karras handled the majority of center reps." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/27/19

"Deatrich Wise, David Andrews and Isaiah Wynn continue working on their rehab despite being in full pads on the field. Wise and Wynn spent time on the lower field and none of them has taken any full-team reps at this point." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/28/19

"Center David Andrews was on the field, but not participating. He spent the beginning of practice with head trainer Jim Whalen. This was his second day of practice." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Center David Andrews was getting plenty of work at center during the practice during half-speed reps. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/29/19

"The practice, which came after Rodney Harrison’s Patriots Hall of Fame induction ceremony, saw an uptick in involvement for center David Andrews, who was limited in his return to the practice field Saturday and Sunday. Andrews participated in full-team drills, which were run at half-speed and without contact. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/29/19

"Andrews looks all the way back from whatever held him out for the start of camp. He participated in team drills for the first time." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/29/19

"Sony Michel and David Andrews were both more active than they have been to date in practice, though it was obviously not a full-contact workout." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/29/19

"David Andrews did a bit more than we'd been accustomed to seeing, but we'll see how active he is when the pads come back on later this week." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/29/19

"David Andrews was more involved in practice than he has been since returning on Sunday. He took part in some 1-on-1s against the defensive line as well as some reps in 11 on 11. He still isn’t taking a full workload but he appears much closer. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/31/19

"Andrews stopped Pennel rather easily." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Center Davis Andrews was taking his first competitive 11-on-11 reps of practice with the first-team. He dipped out of those drills later practice, but some participation is a step forward. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"The first-team offensive line is still Marcus Cannon, Shaq Mason, David Andrews, Joe Thuney and Dan Skipper." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Center David Andrews continues to work his way back into the mix. Andrews took part in some 11-on-11 drills, but split time with Ted Karras. Andrews also did some limited 1-on-1 work. He stoned defensive tackle Mike Pennel on one rep." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"David Andrews continues to mix in a little bit more into competitive drills." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"David Andrews continues to be limited in his reps with the first unit offensive line in team drills." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"David Andrews is looking more and more like a full participant after missing the early portion of camp. He handled Danny Shelton on one rep and then later wrestled Mike Pennel to the ground. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Center David Andrews sent a high snap that quarterback Tom Brady had to swat out of the air to stop the ball from flying over his head." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/02/19

"A high snap from David Andrews blew up one play. Brady had to jump to tip the ball. Andrews was replaced by Ted Karras on the next snap." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/02/19

"David Andrews briefly needed to come off the field from team drills to get some water." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Stidham fumbled a David Andrews snap and had to run a lap. James Ferentz also soared a snap past Stidham, and Ferentz had to run." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"David Andrews, who has been dealing with an illness, had to take a knee a few times and got sick." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

DB Duke Dawson (27)
"I wouldn’t call this a terrible day or anything but with so much talent in the secondary, I thought it was noteworthy I didn’t see Dawson break up any passes and he gave up several completions. Will need to ramp up to hang with these guys." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/25/19

"Duke Dawson and Devin McCourty both had interceptions in the 3-on-3 period. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Devin McCourty, Duke Dawson and Obi Melifonwu all came up with interceptions during some 3-on-3 work early in practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Jason McCourty, Duke Dawson, Terrence Brooks and Williams broke up passes in 11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Dawson hasn’t quite stood out, which isn’t a good sign for the cornerback who was a second-round pick in 2018 yet didn’t play." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Rookie free-agent WR Ryan Davis made a nice grab on a deep ball from Brady to the end zone. He tracked the ball well over his shoulder and beat CB Duke Dawson to the spot." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Second-year cornerback Duke Dawson gave up a deep touchdown pass to undrafted rookie Ryan Davis in 1-on-1s. Dawson went for the interception but misplayed the ball as it arrives. Dawson finished strong, however, recording a pass-breakup in the final period." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Patriots cornerbacks won 10 of 19 1-on-1 drills over wide receivers. Meyers was the best wide receiver in the drill. Braxton Berrios also flashed with two catches. Undrafted rookie cornerback D’Angelo Ross had two pass breakups. Second-year corners JC Jackson, Duke Dawson and Keion Crossen each had one pass breakup." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"A pair of high draft picks were in the rotation on second-team defense. Defensive end Derek Rivers, a 2017 third-round pick, and cornerback Duke Dawson, a 2018 second-round pick, seem like they have yet prove themselves worth a roster spot." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Despite a big day for Meyers, CB Duke Dawson did get a hand in on a pass to him over the middle for a breakup. Dawson should be on everyone's projected rosters, despite his slow build and the team's depth at corner." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Duke Dawson would've picked up a couple of penalties of his own, getting too handsy with Braxton Berrios and Ryan Davis. Dawson had a strong rep on Gunner Olszewski later in the drill, and though the rookie caught the pass, Dawson seemed to think there was a little offensive pass interference on the play. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"The one-on-one stuff would pretty easily earn him flags in a game situation. He hasn't yet had a string of consistently positive plays. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Savage beat Duke Dawson for a touchdown to Chris Lacy." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Like Jones, Dawson also seemed to have a tough day at the office as he allowed several receptions. Seems like he’s losing a bit of confidence." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"The best completion of the day in these drills was from Brady to Braxton Berrios. Brady lofted a deep ball near the corner of the end zone for Berrios, who adjusted to the ball as he tracked it through the air and bobbled it for a second before securing it as he slid to the turf. Berrios got half a step on Duke Dawson on the play." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"Duke Dawson looks to be splitting time between safety and cornerback." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"The former second-round pick allowed four catches on the day. Barring a stunning second half of his summer, it’s hard to see Dawson climbing back into the roster picture." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Cornerback Duke Dawson recorded a pass-breakup in 1-on-1s and another on a comeback route in 11-on-11s. This was Dawson’s best day in a while. He did give up a completion to Titans wideout (and ex-Patriot) Cody Hollister on the final defensive rep of the day, however. Hollister out-jumped Dawson for the ball along the sideline and stayed in bounds to tack on yards after the catch." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

"Williams, Duke Dawson and Jason McCourty also registered pass breakups." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Cody Hollister beat Dawson by a good distance on an intermediate route." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Duke Dawson, who’s not having an awesome camp, did have a nice pass breakup in situational work." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Duke Dawson had his best day of the summer." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"CB Duke Dawson had perhaps his finest day, chalking up pass breakups in both the individual drills and team drills" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"CB Duke Dawson: Had by far his best of practice as he was in on a bunch of different plays and was especially a pain to WR Kalif Raymond." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore, Ken Webster, Duke Dawson and rookie Joejuan Williams had pass breakups in 1-on-1 drills over Titans receivers. Williams’ came on an impressive play over Titans wideout Corey Davis. Webster, a seventh-round pick, Gilmore, Dawson, Jason McCourty and Keion Crossen went undefeated.=" - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Pass breakups in 11-on-11s: Dawson, Williams, McCourty, linebacker Dont’a Hightower." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Dawson probably had his best practice in his two years as a Patriot." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

QB Danny Etling (23)
"Danny Etling, is now working as a receiver. This marks the first time Etling has played the receiver position." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/25/19

"Etling, who was drafted as a quarterback last year, shed his red non-contact jersey to work with skill-position players and on special teams. He mostly worked with wide receivers. He’s big, 6-foot-3, 222 pounds, but doesn’t appear to have the speed or quickness needed for the position. He was going to need to change positions in an attempt to make the Patriots’ roster after New England selected Jarrett Stidham in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft" - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/25/19

"There was one period, however, when Etling ran the scout-team offense against the starting defense. (The starting offense was going through running plays on the adjacent field.) Etling, who lined up at quarterback, ran a number of gimmicky plays from the cards. It’s possible the Patriots were practicing for the offensive system that is deployed by Kansas City and Philadelphia, who are each on the regular-season schedule this year." - Jeff Howe, TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"One of the biggest stories from the day was second-year quarterback Danny Etling switching to wide receiver and also playing some special teams. " - Ryan Hannable, WEEI.com - 7/25/19

"Danny Etling, a seventh-round draft choice of New England’s in 2018 at quarterback, shed his red non-contact jersey for a white jersey worn by the rest of the offensive players at practice. After spending a year on the practice squad – traveling with the team even, a rarity for practice squad players – Etling lined up at wide receiver and did some special teams work in the first session of camp." - Jake Levin, NBC Boston - 7/25/19

"Danny Etling worked with the wide receivers. It looks like the now-former quarterback is trying to take the Julian Edelman route in order to earn a spot on the team. As a guy who's never truly played receiver until now, he's got quite a long way to go in that department." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/25/19

"In the continuing oddity that is Danny Etling, the quarterback-turned-receiver went back to throwing the ball on Friday. He served as an arm during receiver drills — then he took a rep himself with wideout Phillip Dorsett throwing the ball. It was a mess of a rep, with Etling slipping and Dorsett air-mailing the ball. Later in practice, Etling was a scout-team quarterback." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Etling caught passes as a receiver on Thursday, but on Friday he was back to being a quarterback. Until he was back to being a receiver again." - Staff, CBS Local - 7/26/19

"Danny Etling did two things on Friday. He caught passes while wearing his white No. 5 jersey and he threw passes while wearing his white No. 5 jersey. Hoyer complimented Etling as not only a hard worker, but also for his work last year as a scout team wide receiver. It appears that the Patriots had this idea of him playing wideout going back to last season." - Dan Roche, CBS Boston - 7/26/19

"Danny Etling, who again wore a white jersey indicating he's a non-quarterback, threw the ball at times with Brady taking the day off from throwing. He most likely still needs to earn a spot on the team as a converted wide receiver, which should be considered a long shot at this point." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Danny Etling was the last player off the field, as he was still catching passes an hour after the session." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/27/19

"Danny Etling continued to practice as a wide receiver and filled in at QB in some running back drills for the depth guys. He stayed late after practice working on both WR and QB drills. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Danny Etling, who’s been converted to receiver, threw a lot of passes to a ball boy in the end zone well after the workout had ended." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Etling was the only receiver to catch passes from both QBs, and he was only with Stidham after his first toss came from Brady. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Jarrett Stidham went 6/12 with two interceptions in full-team drills. Both of Stidham’s interceptions were on targets to Danny Etling, who looked severely overmatched against Williams and Gilmore, where the passes bounced off his hands." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Brady did look himself in 11-on-11 work, while Hoyer took a step back after his impressive showing in Detroit. The same can be said for Jarrett Stidham, who threw two interceptions on passes intended for Danny Etling." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Stidham later targeted receiver Danny Ettling on a check-down pass, but Etling bobbled the ball and cornerback Stephon Gilmore caught the deflection for the interception." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Later, a Jarrett Stidham pass slipped through Danny Etling’s hands and into the arms of Gilmore." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Jarrett Stidham was 8 of 14 with two interceptions. The first pick would have been a Derek Rivers sack, but the play continued and Stidham tried to hit Danny Etling on a deep ball. Joejuan Williams blocked out Etling and easily picked it off. The second interception was also for Etling, who bobbled the ball and lost it to Gilmore." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Not a good day for Etling. All three interceptions from Hoyer and Stidham were intended for Etling." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Etling’s usefulness to the roster is waning. Not only is he failing to separate as a receiver, but his hands are proving inconsistent. It will be practice squad or bust for the former quarterback." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Tough day for Danny Etling, the quarterback-turned-receiver. He had a drop during team drills, and both of Joejuan Williams’s interceptions came while covering Etling." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Drops in team drills: Harris and Etling." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

RB Damien Harris (22)
"Running backs coach Ivan Fears took a special interest in rookie Damien Harris with feedback during a competitive drill. Harris was getting an equal share in the rotation of running backs." - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Others to catch the eye Friday: rookie WR Jacobi Meyers out of NC State, receiver Damien Harris and defensive back Obi Melifonwu." - Dan Roche, CBS Boston - 7/26/19

"Brandon Bolden and Damien Harris were both getting a lot of reps in the running game. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Michel got the first carry for an 11-on-11 run game installation, followed by rookie running back Damien Harris." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/27/19

"Damien Harris got some carries near the goal line and managed to effectively bounce off a block to find the end zone on the first play. He hit it inside and broke slightly to his left before finding the end zone standing up. The next carry didn’t go as well as he tried to bounce left again, but this time there was much more congestion and the rookie seemed to get tripped up well short of the goal line." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/27/19

"Harris looks like a stout runner with a nice wide base as he approaches the line of scrimmage" - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/27/19

"Thought he looked really quick and nimble with good cutting ability when the ball was down on the goal line." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/27/19

"Rookie running back Damien Harris plowed through the line to the end zone on the first rep, but he was wiped out by linebacker Christian Sam on his next attempt." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Rookie linebacker Terez Hall had a run stuff on fellow rookie running back Damien Harris near the goal line. Defensive tackles Danny Shelton and David Parry also had run stuffs. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Rookie running back Damien Harris looks pretty smooth as a pass-catcher, as well. He got the first crack at running back in one 11-on-11 period." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/02/19

"We haven’t seen much of rookie running back Damien Harris with the top unit. It’s been all Sony Michel and James White thus far." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Running back Damien Harris, who didn’t play in preseason Week 1, was participating fully in practice. Perhaps we’ll see more of him next week against the Titans in Week 2." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"We haven’t seen much from rookie running back Damien Harris this summer. Harris did not play in the first preseason game, and he hasn’t received many practice reps over the past week. On Monday, Sony Michel, Rex Burkhead, and Brandon Bolden handled the bulk of the reps. As always, James White was on the field as a pass-catching specialist. There’s plenty of time left for Harris to show something. At the moment, though, it’s clear that Sony Michel is the team’s top ballcarrier." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Damien Harris’ lack of playing time in the opener was a mild surprise but he got some carries to start the team portion of the walkthrough Tuesday. Perhaps he’ll make his debut in Tennessee as well after waiting a week to get started." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/13/19

"Lots of work for the running backs in today’s practice. The final period of 11-on-11s featured two Sony Michel runs, a James White carry, a Brandon Bolden carry, and a pair of screens to Rex Burkhead. Rookie Damien Harris participated, but wasn’t heavily involved." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"In the last session of 11-on-11 work it was all screen plays for the Patriots offense and every running back saw action except rookie Damien Harris." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Overall, Harris did not see many reps at all after not playing last week against the Lions. It appears he may be dealing with a right wrist injury, as when he holds and throws the ball it is with his left hand." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Damien Harris, who still has extra tape over his right hand and wrist as he recovers from a minor injury, only worked with the third-stringers. He had a nice run when he kicked it outside off the left tackle and found the sideline. While Harris is obviously cleared for contact, the team doesn’t seem to have any interest in giving him a full workload to protect the right hand and wrist." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Rookie running back Damien Harris, who missed the preseason opener against Detroit, was a full participant." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Damien Harris got some early work as the ball carrier but still wasn’t involved extensively. A report in The Athletic indicated he is dealing with a right wrist injury, which might explain his recent inactivity and DNP in last week’s opener against the Lions. Harris appeared to handle the ball with his left hand as often as possible on Wednesday." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Damien Harris, who is dealing with a minor injury to his right hand and wrist, got reps with the starting offense for the first time in a couple weeks. Noteworthy on an early carry, he carried with his left hand and used his right hand to push off on a defender. He later carried with his right hand, so it looks like he has gotten more comfortable with the injury that has disrupted his summer for a couple weeks." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"The Patriots struggled to run the ball against the Titans defense during red zone and goal line drills. On one rep, Tennessee linebacker David Long shot the A-gap and met running back Damien Harris in the backfield. Harris would have been tackled for a loss." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

WR Dontrelle Inman (21)
"Dontrelle Inman came up with a contested pass over Jackson." - Greg Bedard,
BostonSportsJournal - 7/25/19

"On one rep he lost his footing while making a cut, showing his frustration as he went back to the huddle. On his next attempt he was covered tightly by rookie D’Angelo Ross. Inman did finish with a nice diving catch over the middle despite coverage by J.C. Jackson." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/25/19

"After failing to make a catch in organized team activities and minicamp, Dontrelle Inman and Brady finally linked up on Thursday in a 2 vs. 2 drill." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"Wide receiver Dontrelle Inman was the first Patriot on the field." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Dontrelle Inman joined rookie Byron Cowart out of uniform. Inman has had a slow start to camp and now missed a practice. He appears to have some catching up to do." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/28/19

"Byron Cowart and Dontrelle Inman returned after missing three practices and two respectively. Cowart worked on conditioning while Inman jumped right back into team drills. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Wide receiver Dontrelle Inman caught his first pass in 11-on-11 drills all spring and summer. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Inman has been a non-factor in training camp, but perhaps the Patriots offense is beginning to click for him. He ran his best route of camp in a 1-on-1 drill, and left the opposing defensive back trailing by 5 yards." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"WR Dontrelle Inman made his first notable play since returning to camp. He juked CB Keion Crossen to get separation down the field and make a catch." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Dontrelle Inman caught his first pass of team drills during camp. Baby steps." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Stephon Gilmore is always in tight coverage, regardless of the matchup, but he would've been flagged early for holding onto Dontrelle Inman's jersey. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Receiver Dontrelle Inman has started to move up the depth chart and had more opportunities with Brady on Monday." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Hoyer finishes his hurry-up drive with a shot to the extended arms of Dontrelle Inman, smothered by Keion Crossen, for the touchdown." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Gunner Olszewski, Ryan Davis, Dontrelle Inman, and Damoun Patterson received some first-team run with the receiving corps depleted." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady was 15 of 20 going into the last period of the day, when he only had Berrios, Inman and Olszewski at his disposal, and he went 3 of 8. " - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady, on the move to his right, then hit Dontrelle Inman on the right sideline as Inman worked back to the ball." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Dontrelle Inman, another receiver who’s been getting more chance of late given the attrition at the position, did a great job of losing Malcolm Butler for a nice completion in the red zone during an early 1-on-1 rep." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Dontrelle Inman scorched Malcolm Butler during individual drills and made a leaping catch from Brady in the end zone " - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"With N’Keal Harry, Maurice Harris, and Phillip Dorsett sidelined, Tom Brady was often working with a three-receiver set of Dontrelle Inman, Braxton Berrios, and Gunner Olszewski." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

DB Devin McCourty (16)
"Duke Dawson and Devin McCourty both had interceptions in the 3-on-3 period. " - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Devin McCourty, Duke Dawson and Obi Melifonwu all came up with interceptions during some 3-on-3 work early in practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Stidham did throw a couple of interceptions in red zone drills. On the first one, Devin McCourty tipped an errant pass to himself for the pick. On the second, Terrence Brooks tipped it in the air and Obi Melifonwu came down with the ball." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Devin McCourty stopped Maurice Harris at the 1-yard line on a pass from Brady." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Devin McCourty broke up a pass intended for Ben Watson and then Jackson deflected a pass for N’Keal Harry. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Brady just missed hitting Ben Watson with Devin McCourty providing tight coverage. The window was tight and he just missed him." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Patriots cornerbacks JC Jackson, Jonathan Jones, Keion Crossen and Joejuan Williams (two) and safeties Obi Melifonwu (two), Malik Gant and Devin McCourty had pass breakups in 1-on-1s, 7-on-7s and 11-on-11s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Devin McCourty came up with a nice deflection to thwart a potential catch for Jerome Cunningham. It wasn’t good, however, as Duron Harmon was beaten badly by rookie tight end T.J. Hockenson for a big play." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"Devin McCourty came free on a blitz but J.C. Jackson was called for PI." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"McCourty’s consecutive pass breakups early in team drills set a foretelling tone for the defense. Williams and Keion Crossen were the only other players to post multiple PBUs Thursday." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Pass breakups in team drills: McCourty (two), Jackson, Jones, Williams, Crossen, safety A.J. Howard and linebackers Trent Harris and Brandon King." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Free safety Devin McCourty broke up a Mariota pass intended for Humphries in 11-on-11s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Terrence Brooks got the majority of first-team safety reps with Devin McCourty. Harmon didn’t see reps until Logan Woodside was on the field and, as usual, Harmon allowed a reception right in front of him when playing with instincts might have resulted in an interception." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"There was a skirmish midway through the practice. Stephon Gilmore and A.J. Brown remained engaged in a block in the end zone, and Devin McCourty tried to separate the pair. McCourty seemed to take exception to someone swiping at the side of his helmet, and that’s when both teams converged in the corner of the end zone. Terrence Brooks was among those in the middle of the action, and Vrabel had to throw Tajae Sharpe out of the scrum. No one was ejected." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Stephon Gilmore and A.J. Brown, a rookie wideout out of Ole Miss, got a bit heated about midway through practice during some 11-on-11 work. The two were lined up to the offensive right side but Marcus Mariota’s throw went the other way. That didn’t stop the two from getting into as Devin McCourty, Jason McCourty and Jonathan Jones also came over to get involved." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Things got testy when Stephon Gilmore and A.J. Brown got into it after a play during 11-on-11s. Devin McCourty intervened and was shoved for his efforts. That set off a mini-donnybrook and everybody jumped in. It de-escalated quickly, however, as Vrabel and Bill Belichick arrived on scene. Vrabel had some pointed words for his receiver, Tajae Sharp of UMass fame, but nobody got the heave-ho." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

DL David Parry (5)
"Another player who signed in January — defensive tackle David Parry — is receiving valuable reps on the interior of the defensive line. " - Kevin Duffy,
Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Newly-acquired defensive tackle David Parry saw some time with the first defensive group and he made a strong play at the point of attack late in the practice. Getting a good push on James Ferentz, he helped to stuff a run in 11-on-11 work. He could end up pushing for work on the defensive interior along with Pennel, Guy, Butler and Danny Shelton. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Rookie linebacker Terez Hall had a run stuff on fellow rookie running back Damien Harris near the goal line. Defensive tackles Danny Shelton and David Parry also had run stuffs. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"James Ferentz and David Parry had three absolute death-match draws as you can tell they don’t love each other." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"David Parry and Deatrich Wise both had poor gap integrity. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

DL Derek Rivers (15)
"Derek Rivers, listed on the roster as a defensive end, has been practicing with DeMarcus Covington, the outside linebackers coach." - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"The big men had some one-on-one battles at the far end of the field. Derek Rivers beat Marcus Cannon, Mike Pennel bull-rushed Ted Karras in a good battle, James Ferentz beat both Adam Butler and Nick Thurman in good action." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Third-year pro Derek Rivers won both of his reps against tackle Tyree St. Louis during one-on-ones. Because this was such a short practice, each player received only two reps." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/27/19

"Derek Rivers made a nice play in the run game as an outside linebacker, stuffing Harris after defeating a Stephen Anderson block." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/27/19

"Needed to get off to a good start and did. Now he needs to stack success." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/27/19

"Third-year defensive end Derek Rivers is getting opportunities. The defensive end position is wide open, and Rivers could carve out a significant role." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Derek Rivers, the team’s top pick in 2017, is likely in a key year in New England. While many think he could be in fight for a roster spot, the third-round edge defender has been getting reps with the top defensive unit over the last couple days of camp." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/29/19

"A pair of high draft picks were in the rotation on second-team defense. Defensive end Derek Rivers, a 2017 third-round pick, and cornerback Duke Dawson, a 2018 second-round pick, seem like they have yet prove themselves worth a roster spot." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Derek Rivers continues to get a lot of reps as a stand-up rusher on the right side with the top defensive unit." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Rivers with speed around Andrew Donnal." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Derek Rivers had a couple of decisive victories as he continues to impress in one-on-one situations in training camp. He looks like a different player than the one we saw get limited action last year. He's part of a crowded outside linebacker group, but he looks like someone who should be on the 53-man roster." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"If sacks were allowed, Michael Bennett would have had two, and Derek Rivers and Shilique Calhoun each would have had one." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Overall, the pass rush had another strong day. The front seven keeps stringing them together. Good looks by Winovich, Rivers, Shilique Calhoun, Dont’a Hightower and Michael Bennett." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Derek Rivers continues to have positive moments, but there is a difference in how the two go about their jobs." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"DE Derek Rivers: Went 0 for 2 in his one-on-one reps and really didn’t distinguish himself in these practices. You hardly noticed he was there, unlike Chase Winovich who again had another good joint practice." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

DL Danny Shelton (12)
"Three-hundred-pound defensive tackle Danny Shelton was playing left tackle on the scout-team offense. Could you imagine? " - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Enormous defensive tackle Danny Shelton played some left tackle for the scout team." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"Rookie linebacker Terez Hall had a run stuff on fellow rookie running back Damien Harris near the goal line. Defensive tackles Danny Shelton and David Parry also had run stuffs. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"The defensive front keeps standing out in goal line drills. On Thursday, Danny Shelton and Obi Melifonwu converged to stop Brandon Bolden short of the goal line. Damien Harris then ran into a wall of defenders — led by defensive end Shilique Calhoun and defensive tackle David Parry — on the next two reps." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Danny Shelton appears to have shed some weight from a year ago. He is still listed at 345 pounds so he is still a large man, but the defensive tackle looked a bit lighter than that when he was the first player to walk on the field for the morning workout." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/02/19

"The Patriots pass defense had issues, but the run defense was stout at the beginning of practice. Danny Shelton continues his solid camp." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Defensive tackle Danny Shelton left practice early but returned to competitive drills." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Danny Shelton left for the lower conditioning field midway through practice and returned with 40 minutes remaining." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"NT Danny Shelton left midway through for an undisclosed reason, but returned before the practice ended." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Defensive tackle Danny Shelton left practice early but returned." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Danny Shelton spent time on the conditioning field." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Defensively, Michael Bennett and Danny Shelton stood out during 1-on-1s against the Titans offensive line. Both dominated their reps with Bennett’s quickness apparent even from afar." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

OL Dan Skipper (56)
"For the second consecutive day, Joe Thuney received the bulk of the reps at left tackle. The Pats also sprinkled in the 6-foot-10 Dan Skipper for a few reps early on." - Kevin Duffy,
Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"6-foot-10 Dan Skipper and former tight end and basketball player Cedrick Lang both received reps at left tackle with Isaiah Wynn still limited. Both are interesting projects. Skipper saw more first-team reps." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"Skipper appears to be a bit upright in his technique, although at 6-9 it would be hard not to." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/28/19

"We had a Dan Skipper sighting. A bunch of them, actually. The 6-foot-9, 325-pound Skipper took all the left tackle reps with Tom Brady at quarterback. ... Skipper, who signed to the team’s practice squad for the playoffs a year ago, has a real shot to make the squad. He’ll need to capitalize on his reps, though. He struggled in one-on-ones, as he was beaten easily by defensive end Shilique Calhoun." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"As usual, I was the butt of a few jokes when I went on Felger & Mazz Thursday and gave the name of Dan Skipper when asked which players have caught my eye. But, as usual, I was right. Skipper got almost all the first-team left tackle reps today at practice as Joe Thuney went back to his normal LG spot, at least for a day." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Skipper is 6-foot-9, 325 pounds. He’s massive. But that size made it hard on him to keep up with smaller rushers. During the 1-on-1 period, both Derek Rivers and Shilique Calhoun used their speed to their advantage against him. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

" If Wynn is not ready for opening night, Skipper might be a dark horse candidate to keep an eye on for the left tackle job." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Though it was good news for Skipper that he got top reps in team action at left tackle, he struggled a bit in 1-on-1 drills." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Dan Skipper played with the first-team at left tackle with Isaiah Wynn limited. Skipper and Wynn are on completely different ends of the length spectrum. At 6-foot-10, Skipper is the tallest player in the NFL. At 6-foot-2, Wynn would be the shortest offensive tackle in the league." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/29/19

"Dan Skipper continued to get time with the starters at left tackle. Isaiah Wynn continued to be mostly a spectator. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/29/19

"Defensive end Ufomba Kamalu bull-rushed Dan Skipper on one rep, running right through the 6-foot-9 tackle." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Dan Skipper again got some work at left tackle and again seemed to struggle. He was beaten badly by Shilique Calhoun off the edge in a 1-on-1 rep, and then he wound up on the ground a couple of times in 11-on-11 work." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/31/19

"Went 1-1 during 1-on-1s but really struggled when it came time for 2-on-2s. At one point in 11-on-11, Scarnecchia really got on Skipper. That was before he tried to make a run block by leading with his head." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Dan Skipper was getting the majority of first-team reps at left tackle but in the 1-on-1 drills he was beaten cleanly by Shalique Calhoun, who quietly is having a good camp and later was pancaked by Ufomba Kamalu. Not a good sign." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"The first-team offensive line is still Marcus Cannon, Shaq Mason, David Andrews, Joe Thuney and Dan Skipper." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"For the third consecutive practice, Dan Skipper commanded the bulk of left tackle reps." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Tackle Dan Skipper is still protecting Tom Brady’s blindside during competitive 11-on-11 drills. Tackle Isaiah Wynn, a 2018 first-round pick, is limited with the Achilles injury from last preseason." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Skipper, currently the 6-foot-10 starting tackle, stopped defensive end Deatrich Wise." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Isaiah Wynn took some left tackle reps during a drill with no defense on the field, but he did not participate in 1-on-1s or competitive 11-on-11 drills. It was pretty much all Dan Skipper next to left guard Joe Thuney during 11s" - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Kyle Van Noy walked around Dan Skipper on one rep. Skipper has struggled in 1-on-1s the past few practices." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Dan Skipper once again started at left tackle in the first session of the day. Isaiah Wynn is out there, but not participating in even second-team drills. Cedrick Lang backed up Skipper." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Dan Skipper continues to work with the top offensive line in team drills at left tackle. Isaiah Wynn has yet to take any reps in 11-on-11 work or anything against a defender." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Dan Skipper was still the first-team LT, even with Wynn getting ramped up." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"When Wynn wasn’t working into the mix, Dan Skipper continued to get the reps at left tackle next to Joe Thuney." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Dan Skipper continued to get first reps at left tackle, but Isaiah Wynn continues to be mixed in bit by bit. It looks like it could just be a slower build than we're used to seeing with the development of Wynn on the blind side." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/02/19

"Dan Skipper was the starting LT in walkthroughs." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Dan Skipper continues to work at left tackle while Isaiah Wynn, who took some second-team reps last Friday, did not appear to do much against the Lions." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"It was like last season never stopped — the offensive line, with a spry Dan Skipper at LT, was opening some huge cutback holes for Sony Michel, Brandon Bolden and Damien Harris." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"As has been the case for the past week, Dan Skipper received the left tackle reps when Tom Brady was at quarterback." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Dan Skipper continues to work at left tackle while Martez Ivey got the call at that spot with the second group. Still no Isaiah Wynn for any 11-on-11 reps against the Lions." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"Michael Bennett briefly got into some extracurriculars with tackle Dan Skipper during a run-blocking drill. The two tangled for a half second after the whistle and Bennett appeared to take exception, slapping Skipper upside the helmet. Skipper responded by flipping him the ol' double-birds and going on with his day." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"Things did get a bit testy on Monday. During a blocking drill, Michael Bennett took offense to a Dan Skipper hold. When the whistle blew, Bennett took a swing and hit Skipper in the helmet. The offensive lineman responded by giving Bennett a double bird salute with both middle fingers." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Skipper and Michael Bennett appeared to get into it during 1-on-1 drills with Skipper flipping the bird in the direction of Bennett. Nothing ensued afterwards, though." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Later in practice, Dan Skipper took first-team snaps. It’s a competition, but perhaps Wynn is beginning to edge Skipper due to strong play and health." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"A few reporters spotted tackle Dan Skipper flip the double bird to defensive end Michael Bennett during a scuffle between the two." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Bennett went against Skipper on a run play and the tackle seemed to neutralize him and finished his block effectively. Bennett took exception and took a swipe at Skipper’s head, which led the tackle to illustrate his displeasure with a hand gesture (two of them in fact). " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Skipper has been overmatched at times when lining up against quality competition, though he was OK on Thursday against Lions backups." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Skipper largely handled Bennett, who didn’t like being driven back. Bennett responded with a push and then a borderline punch to Skipper’s face. They were separated, and then Skipper had the final “word” when he flashed double middle fingers at Bennett." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Michael Bennett smacked left tackle Dan Skipper in the helmet after an intense one-on-one battle where it appeared Skipper got a little grabby up high. Skipper responded with a double hand gesture that’s familiar to everybody who’s ever driven down the Southeast Expressway." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Defensive end Michael Bennett and Skipper got into a scrap. Bennett slapped Skipper in the helmet, and Skipper flipped him off." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Skipper wasn't all that bad. He's shown improvement over the last week or so." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Phillip Dorsett, Maurice Harris and Elandon Roberts didn’t finish practice due to injuries. Dorsett left with trainer Jim Whalen and returned to the field without pads. … Dan Skipper was throwing up while getting carted off the field after practice." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Isaiah Wynn continued to work his way into being a more regular participant, splitting reps with Dan Skipper at left tackle. The 6-foot-9 Skipper was dealing with the after-effects of the heat following practice sitting in the medical tent with ice on his neck." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"The heat seemed to affect the Patriots a little more than their hosts as the tempo between drills slowed at times and a couple of players were forced to leave the field a bit early. Most notable among those was Dan Skipper, as the tackle was seen doubled over in distress a couple of times before finally leaving altogether with about 10 minutes to go in the session." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Ever since he had a really bad day a couple of weeks ago, Skipper has steadily gotten better to the point where he’s now a solid if unspectacular left tackle. Went 2-0 in his 1-on-1 reps and appears to be doing a very good job in competitive reps." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"LT Dan Skipper left on a cart, but his ailment seemed to be heat-related. He was spotted later with an ice bag on his neck." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Another wrinkle: It was the only passing period of the day when Dan Skipper started over Isaiah Wynn, and Brady opened with two consecutive incompletions thanks to pressures from Skipper’s side." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Skipper started at left tackle for the first run-heavy period of the day, but he rotated with Wynn after every two reps. Wynn was the starter for the first two pass-heavy periods, and he has held his own with a large degree of success. Whether it’s due to conditioning or Achilles management, the Patriots have seemingly been reluctant to give Wynn a full workload in 11-on-11s. It’s certainly not due to lackluster performance." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Dan Skipper, the left tackle who had some heat-related issues, was out there for the full package. " - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"The 11-on-11 offense saw Dan Skipper and Isaiah Wynn alternate at left tackle. Skipper took the first two reps while Wynn got the next two. After that Cole Croston also saw some action as Skipper once again dealt with some heat-related issues. Unlike Wednesday, Skipper was able to continue and eventually made it back into the lineup and finished practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"It's also worth noting the heat got to backup tackle Dan Skipper. He missed some time in the middle of the session and then at the end walked off with a trainer." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"Wynn and Dan Skipper continued to rotate at left tackle. Both struggled during the final two-minute drill and likely would have given up sacks if the QBs weren’t off-limits." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Skipper got beat twice by Harold Landry to make Brady uneasy in the pocket. On the next play, Skipper did his job, Brady stepped up and drilled a big pass to Berrios." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Patriots offensive tackle Dan Skipper threw up midway through practice. He dealt with a heat-related issue Wednesday, too." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Fellow left tackle Dan Skipper vomited midway through practice. He returned for the end of the session. Skipper also had issues with the heat on Wednesday." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

"Skipper struggled to contain Titans outside linebacker Harold Landry during a late 11-on-11 period." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

WR Demaryius Thomas (10)
"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (NFI) and Demaryius Thomas (PUP), cornerback Ken Webster (PUP) and safety Nate Ebner (PUP) were present but not in uniform nor participating." - Doug Kyed,
NESN - 7/27/19

"Keep an eye on the progress of wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, who is recovering from a torn Achilles. He ran sprints on the field prior to players arriving for warm-ups. Thomas remains on the PUP list, but it’s a positive sign that he was healthy enough to make the trip." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (non-football injury list), Demaryius Thomas (PUP) and Cameron Meredith (PUP) were present but not participating nor in uniform." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (NFI), Demaryius Thomas (physically unable to perform) and Cameron Meredith (PUP) were present but not in uniform. They worked on a side field to do conditioning work." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"Prior to practice, Tom Brady limbered up with injured wideout Demaryius Thomas for a few minutes. Thomas was in shorts and a t-shirt." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Thomas was running full-speed sprints on a sideline at the start of practice. There’s been very little information relayed regarding Thomas’ timeline from a torn Achilles and sprinting is an important milestone, but it’s still a guessing game at this point." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Thomas and Edelman worked out before the session with a lot of agility drills. Thomas looked good as he works his way back from an Achilles injury suffered last December." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"WRs Julian Edelman (NFI) and Demaryius Thomas (PUP) were not in uniform but did some work on their own and with fitness guru Alex Guerrero." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Receivers Julian Edelman (NFI) and Demaryius Thomas (PUP) were present but not in uniform. Thomas (Achilles) performed resistance sprints before practice. He was moving pretty well." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Thomas put in an extensive workout prior to practice. He worked with Julian Edelman on ladder agility drills, and then finished with some wind sprints. Thomas is approximately eight months removed from an Achilles tear. It’s hard to gauge his progress based solely off agility drills, but he appeared to be moving well." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

DL Deatrich Wise Jr. (21)
"Deatrich Wise was back in uniform Friday and hanging with the defensive linemen, a good sign that one of the team’s experienced defensive linemen is moving in the right direction. He started camp on the physically unable to perform list, but that appears to have changed. " - Phil Perry,
NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Deatrich Wise was on the field in uniform, but did not practice. But it’s a sign that the defensive lineman could be off PUP in the next few days." - Staff, CBS Local - 7/26/19

"There was one change to the PUP list as Deatrich Wise was on the field and in uniform after missing Day 1. He was limited in his return but his presence to a positive sign. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Deatrich Wise Jr. returned, but didn't really do much of anything. This likely means he's off PUP, but we'll know for sure later." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/26/19

"Defensive end Deatrich Wise returned at one point, but appeared to be a limited participant. It's unclear if he's actually off the PUP list." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Deatrich Wise, David Andrews and Isaiah Wynn continue working on their rehab despite being in full pads on the field. Wise and Wynn spent time on the lower field and none of them has taken any full-team reps at this point." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/28/19

"Defensive end Deatrich Wise, who came off the PUP list on Friday, was limited, as well." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Wise was on and off the main field a number of times. He returned with pads at one point and then was actually the last player on the field doing post-practice work on the far end by himself with a heavy bag." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Deatrich Wise: Made his full-go debut at practice and that included his first rounds of 1-on-1. It wasn’t good. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Skipper, currently the 6-foot-10 starting tackle, stopped defensive end Deatrich Wise." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"I’ll say this much: no one works harder than Deatrich Wise. He had seven reps. Never heard of that before." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Deatrich Wise — another player who is getting healthier and participating more as camp rolls on — was very active in the one-on-ones. He beat Dan Skipper twice and made quick work of Cedrick Lang twice." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Deatrich Wise spent a lot of time working along with one-man sled after practice." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Deatrich Wise spent some time working on his pass rushing moves after practice. He worked on hand placement and footwork while going against a dummy, moving under an outstretched pad and moving forward. That’s something we’ve seen a lot of from Wise this summer." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"David Parry and Deatrich Wise both had poor gap integrity. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Wise embarrassed Matt Nelson, who is a converted DL and plays like it." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"It’s been a slow start for Wise after getting off the PUP list for the end, but he arrived on Tuesday with two great wins in 1-on-1s and he was also impactful when he got into 11-on-11." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Deatrich Wise showed an intriguing blend of quickness and power in one-on-one work. He had two victories where he won off the snap, getting little resistance from the blocker across from him. He also put a Lions linemen on the ground to win another rep. In all, he won four, lost one and had one draw." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Chase Winovich, James Develin, and Deatrich Wise were among those staying late on the back field working on drills with the tackling dummies." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Winovich also intercepted Tannehill in a different 11-on-11 period. The ball was tipped at the line of scrimmage by Deatrich Wise, and Winovich — also rushing the passer — reacted and dove for the interception." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Deatrich Wise tipped a pass at the line that was intercepted by Chase Winovich." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

WR Gunner Olszewski (25)
"Olszewski caught all three passes from Brady during the 2-on-2 portion of practice. He beat Keion Crossen, Duke Dawson and J.C. Jackson. Meyers made a leaping touchdown grab in 4-on-4s while playing with Brady. During 2-on-2s, Brady even complimented the undrafted rookie." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/25/19

"Olszewski is a converted defensive back. He was particularly impressive in 2-on-2 drills." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/25/19

"Just because he’s a great story, we’ll mention cornerback-turned-wide receiver Gunner Olszewski had three catches from Hoyer in 11-on-11s, including a touchdown." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"Hoyer threw a deep dime to UDFA WR Gunner Olszewski, and later a touchdown in half-speed hurry up work." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"[Hoyer's] best work might’ve come in the two-minute drill, when he hit undrafted rookie receiver Gunner Olszewski on all three attempts sent Olszewski’s way. The former college defensive back (wearing No. 72) laid out for one grab over the middle with a safety bearing down on him. His final catch was a touchdown with Duke Dawson in tight coverage." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Undrafted CB D'Angelo Ross made a pair of pass breakups against Berrios and Gunner Olszewski." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Don’t look now but Gunner Olszewski is beginning to put together a few good practices. There are a lot of receivers who are versatile enough to run in the slot and outside. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Meyers, Harry, Braxton Berrios and Gunner Olszewski all took punt return reps. That was a first for Meyers, who did muff a punt." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Gunner Olszewski dropped a Hoyer pass." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Braxton Berrios, Jakobi Meyers and Gunner Olszewski took reps returning punts." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Gunner Olszewski, Ryan Davis, Dontrelle Inman, and Damoun Patterson received some first-team run with the receiving corps depleted." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Harry, who didn’t participate in any team work, caught a round of balls shot out of a JUGS machine. Ditto for Olszewski and Davis." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady was 15 of 20 going into the last period of the day, when he only had Berrios, Inman and Olszewski at his disposal, and he went 3 of 8. " - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady had never targeted Olszewski before this practice." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Perfect design by Josh McDaniels and execution by Brady, Berrios, Meyers and Olszewski on a zone beater in the end zone. The combo routes by the three receivers created enough space for Berrios to get open, and Brady immediately hit him for a score." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"After 1-on-1s and special teams work, the Patriots broke into the aforementioned 11-on-11 work, and that was really where the Patriots top unit shined. The first foray for the Patriots starting first-and-10 at the Tennessee 10 included a shallow cross TD to Gunner Olszewski, an incompletion on the right to Gunner and a curl to Braxton Berrios caught at the goal line." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"On consecutive plays, Gunner drew a flag on highly-regarded corner Adoree Jackson on a Brady throw down the middle. Then Tennessee somehow lost track of Benjamin Watson for about a 40-yard touchdown." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"There were also long gains on throws from Brian Hoyer to Meyers and Gunner Olszewski." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Meyers and Berrios have received the bulk of the attention for his work with Brady in camp, but Thursday saw additional opportunities for Olszewski. The former defensive back at Division II Bemidji State is always moving and he found himself on the receiving end of several shallow crosses from Brady, including a handful during red zone work and 7-on-7 drills." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Olszewski was perhaps the most impressive as even though he was with the first team, he held his own and did not look out of place." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"Gunner Olszewski drew a defensive pass interference call when he beat a Titan defender across the middle" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Brian Hoyer threw a beautiful low out to Gunner Olszewski, who went sliding to the turf and beat CB Kareem Orr." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Gunner saw some reps at … gunner." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"With N’Keal Harry, Maurice Harris, and Phillip Dorsett sidelined, Tom Brady was often working with a three-receiver set of Dontrelle Inman, Braxton Berrios, and Gunner Olszewski." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

OL Hjalte Froholdt (5)
"With David Andrews absent and Thuney at left tackle, Ted Karras, James Ferentz, and Hjalte Froholdt rotated at left guard and center." - Kevin Duffy,
Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"Hjalte Froholdt worked a lot at RG today. He’s been flipping both guard spots." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Hjalte Frodholdt was mostly at left guard today." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Hjalte Froholdt almost completely whiffed on Mitchell Loewen." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Seems like every day Froholdt has a big mistake and Dante Scarnecchia is starting get frustrated. Froholdt almost completely whiffed against Jurrell Casey (happens to everyone) but overall is having trouble moving his feet." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

OL Isaiah Wynn (71)
"Isaiah Wynn was the starting left tackle during walkthroughs, but he didn’t participate in 11-on-11s." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/25/19

"Isaiah Wynn was being eased into full-team drills, despite it being a glorified minicamp session, seeing him out there is a very positive sign." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/25/19

"Isaiah Wynn is expected by most to step in and assume starting duties at left tackle, coming off his missed rookie season due to injury. And though Wynn did get some work in at that spot, it was guard Joe Thuney who slid over and shouldered the load on Thursday in most of the team portions of practice." - Staff, CBS Boston - 7/25/19

"In a great sight for Patriots fans, 2018 first-round pick Isaiah Wynn was back on the field and working as the starting left tackle during non-competitive situations. In team periods, Joe Thuney shifted to LT with Dan Skipper. Figured Wynn would be eased in." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/25/19

"Isaiah Wynn started the practice at left tackle, which was an encouraging development, but he didn’t finish the workout, likely as the team methodically gets him back up to speed from a torn Achilles. The starting line, from left to right, was Wynn, Joe Thuney, James Ferentz, Shaq Mason and Marcus Cannon." - Jeff Howe, TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"Isaiah Wynn took some reps at left tackle for the first time since rupturing his Achilles’ tendon last preseason. Wynn lined up next to Joe Thuney as the offense ran plays early in practice. However, when things turned to the 11-on-11 portion of the workout, Wynn did not take any reps and Thuney slid outside to tackle, where he spent his time during the spring. With Andrews out, there was a rotation at center that including Ferentz and Karras." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/25/19

"No surprise but still notable: left tackle Isaiah Wynn was working with Tom Brady and the first-team offense. When Wynn took a break later in practice, Joe Thuney moved to left tackle and Ted Karras jumped in at left guard." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"Coming off a torn Achilles that robbed him of his rookie year, offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn is making progress. Wynn didn’t participate in any team drills during minicamp, but he opened as the starting left tackle in the first training camp practice. Wynn saw reps in team drills early in the session." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"Second-year offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn was on the field and did some work at left tackle, but none of which occurred in 7-on-7 or 11-on-11 work. Like in the spring, Joe Thuney saw plenty of reps there in his place. " - Ryan Hannable, WEEI.com - 7/25/19

"Isaiah Wynn, New England’s top draft choice in 2018, missed his entire rookie year due to a torn Achilles suffered during the preseason. He’s been cleared to practice, but during 11-on-11 work, it was Joe Thuney – normally a left guard – lined up at left tackle." - Jake Levin, NBC Boston - 7/25/19

"Isaiah Wynn did indeed take some snaps at left tackle with the starters on the offensive line. But there was also plenty of Joe Thuney in that spot once again. James Ferentz took David Andrews' spot at center most of the time, with Ted Karras sliding in for Thuney at left guard." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/25/19

"Isaiah Wynn started practice before working out in a different location with Wise." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"The left tackle situation remains up in the air. Isaiah Wynn lined up as the starting left tackle at the beginning of practice, but departed for conditioning shortly afterwards. He returned for the very end of practice, observing from behind the offensive line." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"Isaiah Wynn received a similar work load as he did on Thursday when he saw no reps in 11-on-11. While the tackle watched with the backup linemen during those periods on Day 1, on Friday he joined Wise for a time on the lower rehab field. Wynn did return and was with the team for the rest of the workout." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn was out there once again, but did not compete in any team drills and departed to the lower fields midway through for conditioning work. Joe Thuney saw extensive time at left tackle, as did Dan Skipper. Wynn's availibility for Week 1 should not be viewed as certain at this point." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/26/19

"Same deal as Friday for Isaiah Wynn. The second-year offensive tackle did not participate in team drills." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/27/19

"Once again, Isaiah Wynn was very limited and departed for the lower field to work on conditioning" - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/27/19

"Deatrich Wise, David Andrews and Isaiah Wynn continue working on their rehab despite being in full pads on the field. Wise and Wynn spent time on the lower field and none of them has taken any full-team reps at this point." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/28/19

"Wynn was practically a non-participant. He was present for the beginning of practice, but left for some conditioning work. He returned in shorts and a T-Shirt at the end of the session. Wynn, recovering from a torn Achilles, has not taken a competitive 11-on-11 rep through four practices." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Isaiah Wynn was the starting LT in walkthroughs with Dan Skipper backing him up." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/29/19

"Dan Skipper continued to get time with the starters at left tackle. Isaiah Wynn continued to be mostly a spectator. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/29/19

"Running back Rex Burkhead and offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn were limited." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Tackle Isaiah Wynn continues to watch during team drills." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Isaiah Wynn participated early on, but eventually worked on the lower field." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn received a slight uptick in work, too. He lined up at left tackle for a half-speed positional drill. Wynn did not participate in 1-on-1s or in 11-on-11s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Isaiah Wynn took some left tackle reps during a drill with no defense on the field, but he did not participate in 1-on-1s or competitive 11-on-11 drills. It was pretty much all Dan Skipper next to left guard Joe Thuney during 11s" - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Dan Skipper once again started at left tackle in the first session of the day. Isaiah Wynn is out there, but not participating in even second-team drills. Cedrick Lang backed up Skipper." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Dan Skipper continues to work with the top offensive line in team drills at left tackle. Isaiah Wynn has yet to take any reps in 11-on-11 work or anything against a defender." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"After being solely an observer whenever the defense came onto the field, the former first-round pick finally took part in 11-on-11 drills today. Even though there were no pads and the pace was not game speed, this was another step in the process for the projected opening-day starter, which we pointed out the other day. Time is still on Wynn’s side." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"But for second-year offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn the workout marked an increase in reps and workload as the 2018 top pick continues to work back from the torn Achilles suffered last August that derailed his rookie season." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn seems to have increased his practice workload. He was in on full-team walk-throughs. He also participated in second-team 11-on-11 drills. It’s a non-padded practice but still notable." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/02/19

"Left tackle Isaiah Wynn got extended work with the first-team offense in team drills. That’s a step forward for him, even if the team drills were non-contact. When the reps went to full-speed, he began to spend more time with the second-team, with tackle Dan Skipper jumping back into the mix with the 1s." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/02/19

"Offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn received snaps in team drills for the first time this summer. This wasn’t a fully padded practice, and so the drills weren’t quite full speed, but this was nevertheless a promising sign." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/02/19

"The Patriots 2018 first-round pick participated more in this practice than we’ve seen all offseason. Wynn was playing left tackle with the backups and although there was no contact, this was a big step in the right direction." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/02/19

"Isaiah Wynn saw his most extensive action of the summer, working in the second group along with Hjalte Froholdt, James Ferentz, Tyler Gauthier and Tyree St. Louis. He lined up at left tackle in 11-on-11s throughout the latter half of practice for his first extensive work against a defense." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/02/19

"Nothing new for offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn. He didn’t participate in competitive positional drills or 11-on-11s. Dan Skipper took all the reps when Tom Brady was at quarterback." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn took reps in a walk-through setting before the Pats and Lions started the competitive drills. Wynn did not participate when the Pats offense faced the Lions defense. " - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Isaiah Wynn was in pads once again and did take part with other starters during the walkthrough. He was limited, though, and didn't take part in team drills." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"The biggest news was that Isaiah Wynn looks like he’s taken a huge step in the right direction. The second-year player took part in contact drills for the first time since suffering a torn ACL Achilles last summer. Wynn rotated in with Dan Skipper at left take with the starting offense. He also took part in 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 contact drills. Wynn could be on his way to starting in Week 1 if he keeps progressing." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"The biggest takeaway was tackle Isaiah Wynn participating in full-contact drills for the first time this summer. The second-year player split first-team reps with Dan Skipper, but that could just be until he works his way fully back from a conditioning perspective. This is the biggest sign we've seen that points to him being ready for Week 1 against the Steelers. " - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Tackle Isaiah Wynn worked on the left side with the first-team offense. He played at full-speed, too." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"But there’s lots of news to get to from Monday’s practice. Chiefly, left tackle Isaiah Wynn saw work in competitive drills for the first time all summer. Wynn is gradually returning from an Achilles tear suffered in the 2018 preseason. His increased workload on Monday is a promising sign for the Pats." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Wynn rotated in with Dan Skipper at left tackle for most 11-on-11 periods. He finished out the day as the left tackle with Tom Brady in the hurry-up drill." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Wynn looked solid in competitive situations. He squared off with Mike Pennel in his first 1-on-1 rep (it appeared to be a draw), and he teamed with Ted Karras to defeat rookies Chase Winovich and Byron Cowart in a 2-on-2 rep." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"He started his work in 1-on-1s against the defensive lineman early in practice, handling himself well in his first rep. Later, he lined up at left tackle for two late periods of 11-on-11 offense with the first group. Aside from a handful of reps against a defense here and there, it was the busiest we’ve seen Wynn since before his injury last summer." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Wynn held his own Monday in full-speed one-on-ones and throughout team drills, so this was a positive first step. If Tom Brady makes his preseason debut Saturday against the Titans, the Patriots would probably prefer Wynn to be on his blind side." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Have to admit, Wynn looked pretty good. As a shorter tackle, he’s obviously closer to the ground, but he’s really solid when he’s low and he keeps his feet moving. He’s very stout as well. Kind of reminds me of Brian Waters. Like the former right guard, Wynn also got after it in the run game with good push down the field." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Not only did he take real reps, but he looked pretty good. Now the big test is seeing how he recovers tomorrow. If it’s all good, Wynn should take some reps in Tennessee." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Isaiah Wynn is nearing 100 percent participation after he took his first live reps in team periods and 1-on-1 pass rush Monday. He dug in opposite New England’s starting defense and scout-team unit. Wynn and Skipper split the live first-team reps, but the closest Wynn had been to that type of action previously had been with the third-string unit at less than full speed." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Prospective left tackle Isaiah Wynn participated in full-contact drills for the first time. He beat rookie defensive lineman Byron Cowart. He was sharing first-team reps with Dan Skipper." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Isaiah Wynn rotated in with Skipper at left tackle, as Wynn continues to ramp up his participation level coming off his injury-lost rookie season." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Isaiah Wynn got reps with the starters at left tackle. Another step forward for him in what looks to be an extra-slow build toward the season for the sophomore out of Georgia." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"New England’s projected left tackle Isaiah Wynn increased his workload Monday. Don’t be surprised if he makes his preseason debut Saturday. He rotated at the top left tackle job with Dan Skipper during Tuesday’s walk-through sessions." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"Left tackle Isaiah Wynn, the other 2018 first-round draft choice, was also among the starters for the initial walkthrough at practice on Tuesday. He alternated reps with Dan Skipper on Monday." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/13/19

"After seeing his most extensive action of the summer on Monday, Isaiah Wynn rotated with Dan Skipper with the first group at left tackle. It will be good to see if Wynn can continue that development this week in Nashville and perhaps see some action in the game against the Titans." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/13/19

"Isaiah Wynn was once again rotating at left tackle with Dan Skipper during the walkthrough. Wynn, who is coming back from a torn Achilles he suffered last preseason, took part in competitive 11-on-11 drills for the first time on Monday." - Steve Hewitt, Boston Herald - 8/13/19

"After participating in live contact drills for the first time this summer Monday, Isaiah Wynn rotated with Dan Skipper at left tackle with the first team. It would not be a shock to see Wynn on the field Saturday night." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/13/19

"After receiving about half of the competitive reps in Monday’s practice, Isaiah Wynn saw his workload scaled back a bit. Wynn did not participate in a competitive 2-on-2 drill at the beginning of practice. In 11-on-11s, he took the first rep in each period and then exited, giving way to Dan Skipper. Wynn’s involvement in full-speed team drills is a notable development this week." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Isaiah Wynn may have taken a little bit of a step back. After rotating with Dan Skipper back in Foxboro, he only did the first rep in all team periods and then was relieved by Skipper. He did not do any 1-on-1s and was limited in 4-on-4s. Afterwards, he did acknowledge he's 100 percent and could play in a game." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Isaiah Wynn took the first rep but then made way for Skipper in each 11-on-11 period. Wynn rotated in for an extra rep during one of those periods. This was less work than Wynn got Monday when he monopolized the starting left tackle reps." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Isaiah Wynn continued to work his way into being a more regular participant, splitting reps with Dan Skipper at left tackle." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Isaiah Wynn and Skipper both worked at left tackle with the first group. Wynn seemed to open most segments but didn’t always stay in the lineup for more than a play. He did some solid work, though, whether it was in 1-on-1s or in normal 11-on-11 periods. His physicality is tough to miss, and after practice he told reporters that he is 100 percent healthy and would be ready to play in Week 1 if that’s what he’s asked to do." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Isaiah Wynn basically split snaps with Dan Skipper. That’s another big step forward. Wynn even got tangled up in the wash and went to the ground but bounced right back up. Wynn really looks good in all his reps. He’s got really quick feet and is stout." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"Isaiah Wynn took the first snaps at left tackle for most series before giving way to Skipper. Wynn showed great lateral movement and power on one play in which he wiped out the middle linebacker as Brady completed a pass to Berrios. Wynn did run a penalty lap when he flinched during individual drills." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Skipper started at left tackle for the first run-heavy period of the day, but he rotated with Wynn after every two reps. Wynn was the starter for the first two pass-heavy periods, and he has held his own with a large degree of success. Whether it’s due to conditioning or Achilles management, the Patriots have seemingly been reluctant to give Wynn a full workload in 11-on-11s. It’s certainly not due to lackluster performance." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Isaiah Wynn got a significant amount of work on Thursday and he continues to look like a more-than-solid offensive lineman. Probably closer to really good." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"The 11-on-11 offense saw Dan Skipper and Isaiah Wynn alternate at left tackle. Skipper took the first two reps while Wynn got the next two. After that Cole Croston also saw some action as Skipper once again dealt with some heat-related issues. Unlike Wednesday, Skipper was able to continue and eventually made it back into the lineup and finished practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Isaiah Wynn participated a little more than he did on Wednesday and held up fine. The second-year player has some nastiness to his game." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"Isaiah Wynn got a little hot under the collar after a nice battle with Jayon Brown during pass-rush drills. Again, cooler heads prevailed." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Wynn and Dan Skipper continued to rotate at left tackle. Both struggled during the final two-minute drill and likely would have given up sacks if the QBs weren’t off-limits." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Isaiah Wynn seems to be coming along well. Wynn has seen an uptick in snaps over the past week. He participated in 11-on-11s on Thursday, often subbing out after the first two reps of each period (he did stay in for one period start-to-finish, however). Wynn also turned in an impressive 1-on-1 rep against Titans outside linebacker Sharif Finch. There was a little extra shoving between the two players at the end of the rep." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

P Jake Bailey (20)
"Rookie punter Jake Bailey is doing some work on kickoffs. He’s in the mix to compete with Stephen Gostkowski for that role along with a battle for punter Ryan Allen’s job." - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"Punter Jake Bailey had a few booming punts, and also spent some time practicing his hold for PATs. That’s an essential part of his job. He has also put in work on as the kickoff man." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Jake Bailey hit a few monster punts early in the practice, but it seemed as though every time the rookie fifth-rounder blasted one . . . the next was shanked. Consistency an issue for him Friday. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Your daily Jake Bailey update: Yes, he still has ridiculous hangtime. It’s incredible to watch." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"Bailey had one “shank” but he also had three punts with over 5 seconds of hangtime, including one at 5.42 seconds that seemingly was never going to come down. Allen’s high was 4.4 seconds." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Jake Bailey showed off his massive leg, but was very inconsistent. It seemed every time he boomed one, he would follow it up with a shank. " - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/26/19

"Jake Bailey had a punt with a hang time of 4.81 seconds that Maurice Harris had to catch and muff at the 1-yard line." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/27/19

"Rookie Jake Bailey once again had his powerful leg on display. Unlike earlier in camp when he seemed to offer up a shank or two, Bailey was on point on Wednesday." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/31/19

"The Patriots didn’t trade up and take Jake Bailey in the fifth round for nothing. He continued to dominate the on-field punting portion, and then Allen had to watch Bailey take every snap as the field goal holder in this practice. That’s a tough look. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Jake Bailey did a good job both on hanging his punts high in the air and on holding for Stephen Gostkowski’s field goals….hmmm." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Rookie punter Jake Bailey continues to hold for Stephen Gostkowski. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Rookie punter Jake Bailey, who also kicked off at Stanford, handled the kicking duties for a scout kickoff team during a kick return segment. " - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Both Ryan Allen and Jake Bailey struggled a bit during a punt segment in the middle of practice. Bailey continues to display the much stronger leg and impressive hang time, but he also mixes in some shanks. Allen also mishit a few balls. Given the combined struggles in the drill, it was probably not surprising that both punters remained on the field after practice for bunch of extra punts. Bailey was particularly impressive in the post-practice work, booming kick after kick, while the rest of the team did its conditioning work on the hill at the end of the field." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Ryan Allen delivered a pair of unimpressive punts that lacked leg. One looked like a shank — the other flew well, but didn’t seem like it had the necessary power. That came after rookie Jake Bailey kicked the crap out of a high, looping punt. His punts get airtime." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/02/19

"Both Ryan Allen and Jake Bailey worked on directional kicks and neither showed much consistency. When they tried to angle kicks toward the right sideline most seemed to wobble and fall well short of where they were intended. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/02/19

"Punter Jake Bailey flashed his ridiculous hangtime, sending Lions returners backward to track the ball. Bailey shanked one of his five reps, though. His consistency will need to improve if he’s the Patriots’ punter to open the season." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Stephen Gostkowski ended several 11-on-11 periods with field goals with Jake Bailey holding. Gostkowski made all but one attempt as he hooked one to the left following the second “drive.”" - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Of his five punts in his competition against Bailey, Allen had three with under 4 seconds of hangtime. Bailey’s lowest was 4.35." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Jake Bailey continues to display more power with his punts than incumbent Ryan Allen and split reps as a holder and kickoff specialists. The fifth-round rookie could have anywhere between one to three jobs this season." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Rookie Jake Bailey did all of the holding for Stephen Gostkowski’s field goal attempts during individual and team drills. That’s been Ryan Allen’s job the last six seasons." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

LB Ja'Whaun Bentley (5)
"Ja’Whaun Bentley looks a little soft in the body for a Patriots linebacker." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/25/19

"Ja’Wahun Bentley, who was extremely impressive in his rookie season, was on the field against Jarrett Stidham, who found James White open despite Bentley in coverage." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/28/19

"Ja’Whaun Bentley had a couple stuffs." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Harry and linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley got into a scuffle during 11s. It never progressed into a fight." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Receiver N’Keal Harry and linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley went flying into the backfield during an 11-on-11 drill. It looked like Harry was finishing a block and put Bentley on his back. Bentley didn’t appreciate it and they had some words after the play." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

LB Jamie Collins (29)
"ut Jamie Collins Sr., who wore No. 91 from 2013-16 with the Patriots, donned a No. 8 jersey at practice – one of the same numbers he rocked in college at Southern Mississippi. He won’t be able to wear that once the regular season begins – should he make the roster, of course – but No. 91 now belongs to Deatrich Wise Jr." - Jake Levin,
NBC Boston - 7/25/19

"During a ball-security drill, linebacker Jamie Collins forced a fumble on tight end Stephen Anderson. Fullback Jakob Johnson fumbled twice." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Stephen Anderson, who was signed by New England in Sept. 2018, made a nice back shoulder catch over safety A.J. Howard. It wasn’t all good news for Anderson though, as he fumbled in a ball security drill at the hands of linebacker Jamie Collins." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"The defense also forced a fumble with Jamie Collins knocking the ball loose on a James White carry." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"White took a lap after being stripped by Jamie Collins." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"James White fumbled. Jamie Collins stripped the ball — he has been making heads-up plays throughout camp." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"I’m not sure there’s a Patriots player who has forced more fumbles than Jamie Collins in training camp this year. He punches the ball extremely hard, particularly in drills designed to work on ball security. He forced yet another fumble on Thursday with a punch at tight end Ryan Izzo. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Linebacker Jamie Collins intercepted a Hail Mary attempt." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/02/19

"Jamie Collins was a standout." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Jamie Collins was everywhere. Collins recorded a pass-breakup — or a forced fumble, it was close — in a 7-on-7 drill early in practice. In 11-on-11s, he tipped a pass at the line of scrimmage. Collins has been running with the starters since the spring. It’s reasonable to expect significant contributions from Collins in his second stint with the team." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"We got the Pro Bowl rendition of Collins against his former defensive coordinator. He knocked down passes, stuffed the run, pressured the quarterback and got in throwing lanes. He’s been awesome for about the last week." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"The Patriots defense had nine deflections in practice – Jamie Collins (two), Dyuron Harmon (two), Stephon Gilmore, JoeJuan Williams, Keion Crossen, Obi Melifonwu and D’Angelo Ross." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Jamie Collins, Patrick Chung and J.C. Jackson had interceptions as well." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Linebacker Jamie Collins intercepted quarterback Brian Hoyer. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins and Stephon Gilmore each recorded interceptions in the same 11-on-11 period. Collins, hovering near the line of scrimmage, anticipated a Brian Hoyer throw and snagged it. " - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Collins has made a play a day this summer. He’s going to be an impact player for a loaded Pats defense." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins made a nice play to get underneath Etling’s route to steal Hoyer’s pass. Another day, another play for Collins." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins came up with another big play as he anticipated a screen and picked off an ugly pass from Brian Hoyer." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins and Dont’a Hightower got a lot of run together. It’s like old times." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins emerged from a traffic jam to swoop in and pick off Tom Brady during full-team drills." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Interceptions in team drills: Gilmore (two), safety Patrick Chung, linebacker Jamie Collins and Williams." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins picked off Brian Hoyer near the line of scrimmage. He's had a good camp and looks like he could be a starter right away in his second stint with the Patriots." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"It’s unclear why Collins and Anderson were absent." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Jamie Collins was absent from practice which was a surprise." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Not sure where Jamie Collins was. Hopefully, it was just a personal issue he had to take care of." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"Dont’a Hightower and Jamie Collins each tipped passes at the line of scrimmage and nearly came down with interceptions." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

"Returning after missing yesterday’s practice was Jamie Collins and he was a full participant. " - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Jamie Collins was back in the lineup on Thursday and did not seem limited in any way after missing Wednesday’s practice. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Pass breakups in 7-on-7s: Jackson, cornerback Jonathan Jones, Gilmore and linebacker Jamie Collins." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

FB James Develin (3)
"Hoyer completed passes to Braxton Berrios, Rex Burkhead, James White, Brandon Bolden, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse, James Develin, and Phillip Dorsett in team drills." - Matt Dolloff,
98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"James Develin called for a hold on a Michel draw." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Chase Winovich, James Develin, and Deatrich Wise were among those staying late on the back field working on drills with the tackling dummies." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

WR Julian Edelman (9)
"Julian Edelman, who reportedly broke his left thumb three weeks ago, was placed on the NFI list, joining Yodny Cajuste. Edelman was at practice, but worked on his conditioning on a lower field." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/25/19

"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (NFI) and Demaryius Thomas (PUP), cornerback Ken Webster (PUP) and safety Nate Ebner (PUP) were present but not in uniform nor participating." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/27/19

"Julian Edelman is here and working out." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (non-football injury list), Demaryius Thomas (PUP) and Cameron Meredith (PUP) were present but not participating nor in uniform." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (NFI), Demaryius Thomas (physically unable to perform) and Cameron Meredith (PUP) were present but not in uniform. They worked on a side field to do conditioning work." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"It was interesting to see Julian Edelman standing behind Brady holding his right hand on Brady’s right hip and left hand on Brady’s left shoulder to remind the quarterback to keep from opening up too soon on his throws." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Thomas and Edelman worked out before the session with a lot of agility drills. Thomas looked good as he works his way back from an Achilles injury suffered last December." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"WRs Julian Edelman (NFI) and Demaryius Thomas (PUP) were not in uniform but did some work on their own and with fitness guru Alex Guerrero." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Receivers Julian Edelman (NFI) and Demaryius Thomas (PUP) were present but not in uniform. Thomas (Achilles) performed resistance sprints before practice. He was moving pretty well." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

OL James Ferentz (11)
"With Andrews out, James Ferentz took the majority of the center snaps with Brady." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/25/19

"Joe Thuney saw reps at left tackle again with Ted Karras and James Ferentz sharing left guard and center duties." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"With David Andrews absent and Thuney at left tackle, Ted Karras, James Ferentz, and Hjalte Froholdt rotated at left guard and center." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"The big men had some one-on-one battles at the far end of the field. Derek Rivers beat Marcus Cannon, Mike Pennel bull-rushed Ted Karras in a good battle, James Ferentz beat both Adam Butler and Nick Thurman in good action." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"James Ferentz had a strong showing in one-on-ones. He stonewalled Mike Pennel on one rep. Ferentz has seen reps at left guard and center this summer." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"James Ferentz and David Parry had three absolute death-match draws as you can tell they don’t love each other." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"James Ferentz subbed in to play right guard while Mason endured his punishment. Then Ferentz jumped. That earned the entire offense a lap." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Fight between Ferentz and PJ Johnson. Patricia kicked Williams out of practice." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"The first scuffle happened between Patriots offensive lineman James Ferentz and Lions defensive lineman Kevin Strong. The event involved multiple parties with multiple players being pulled out of the fray and ushered back to the sideline." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"It looked like James Ferentz and Lions defensive tackle P.J. Johnson had a disagreement and Patricia wasn’t too happy. The coach quickly moved his ATV toward Johnson and sent him back to the locker room, ending his morning. Ferentz remained with the team for the remainder of practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"Stidham fumbled a David Andrews snap and had to run a lap. James Ferentz also soared a snap past Stidham, and Ferentz had to run." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

DB J.C. Jackson (38)
"J.C. Jackson nearly had a pick on Brady as well. He tried to hit Maurice Harris on a shallow cross and Jackson dove, breaking it up and nearly picking it off." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/25/19

"J.C. Jackson had blanket coverage against Dontrelle Inman for Brady’s final throw of the day, snapping a streak of seven consecutive completions during two periods." - Jeff Howe, TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"J.C. Jackson broke up a pass intended for Maurice Harris, who was running a slant route." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"Continues to provide lock-down coverage when he gets a chance and appeared to take some of Jason McCourty’s snaps with the starters." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Jackson had a beautiful pass breakup on a deep ball from Tom Brady to Phillip Dorsett. Dorsett had gotten behind him and had a step and a half lead. Brady arced a deep 40-yard pass perfectly in the bucket, but Jackson closed and tore the ball out as they tumbled to the ground. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore and JC Jackson broke up passes from Brady during 11-on-11s. Jackson covered a lot of ground deflecting a deep pass intended for Phillip Dorsett." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/27/19

"N’Keal Harry caught a really nice touchdown pass from Brian Hoyer. He showed his athleticism by leaping over J.C. Jackson in the corner of the end zone." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Jackson broke up a pass intended for Harry in 7-on-7s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"J.C. Jackson and Harry had a pair of reps against one another, with Harry unable to haul in an on-target throw on the first rep and Harry shielding Jackson for a catch on the second." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"In 1-on-1s, second-year cornerback J.C. Jackson got the best of Harry on a comeback along the sideline." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Patriots cornerbacks won 10 of 19 1-on-1 drills over wide receivers. Meyers was the best wide receiver in the drill. Braxton Berrios also flashed with two catches. Undrafted rookie cornerback D’Angelo Ross had two pass breakups. Second-year corners JC Jackson, Duke Dawson and Keion Crossen each had one pass breakup." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Meyers had maybe the most competitive rep of the day against CB J.C. Jackson. The corner pressed him hard out of his break, but Meyers was able to fight his way free and hold on to the ball with a diving catch." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Second-year corners J.C. Jackson and Keion Crossen both tallied breakups and rookie D'Angelo Ross had two. Ross has stood out at different points with solid ball skills in camp. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"The single best rep of the period came with J.C. Jackson jamming Jakobi Meyers and nearly stoning him at the line of scrimmage. Meyers eventually recovered, broke off his crossing route and made a diving catch. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Cornerback J.C. Jackson dropped a potential interception, instead logging a pass breakup against running back James White. Jackson later made up major ground against receiver Phillip Dorsett to break up a flea-flicker pass from Brady." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/02/19

"Patriots cornerbacks JC Jackson, Jonathan Jones, Keion Crossen and Joejuan Williams (two) and safeties Obi Melifonwu (two), Malik Gant and Devin McCourty had pass breakups in 1-on-1s, 7-on-7s and 11-on-11s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Second-year conrnerback J.C. Jackson was flagged for a defensive hold in the end zone versus Lions wideout Marvin Jones." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Devin McCourty came free on a blitz but J.C. Jackson was called for PI." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"This wasn’t J.C. Jackson’s finest day. Jackson was flagged for a pass interference in 1-on-1s when he shoved a receiver toward the sideline about 10 yards downfield. Jackson also gave up a long touchdown to Lions receiver Jermaine Kearse in 11s (Matthew Stafford would have been sacked by Michael Bennett before making the throw, however)." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Jermaine Kearse also beat J.C. Jackson on a deep post for a touchdown earlier." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"Jamie Collins, Patrick Chung and J.C. Jackson had interceptions as well." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Receivers Jakobi Meyers and Phillip Dorsett ran some brilliant routes. Dorsett beat cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore and J.C. Jackson." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Jackson and Joejuan Williams logged an interception." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Stidham’s day was similar to Brady’s. He opened 1 of 5 with two picks. Another incompletion occurred when Damoun Patterson stopped his route on a post against J.C. Jackson, though it was probably too far for him. And the other incompletion in that window happened when Terrence Brooks broke up a ball for Ryan Davis." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Jason McCourty had a pair of pass breakups, and J.C. Jackson, Keion Crossen, and A.J. Howard had one each." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Lance Kendricks made a nice end-zone grab off a Jarrett Stidham pass with J.C. Jackson in coverage. Much like Patrick Chung, Kendricks didn’t appear limited in any way despite the red jersey." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Pass breakups in team drills: McCourty (two), Jackson, Jones, Williams, Crossen, safety A.J. Howard and linebackers Trent Harris and Brandon King." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"J.C. Jackson and Joejuan Williams both grabbed interceptions. Jackson's was against Brady going deep for Damoun Patterson, as he stayed underneath and snagged the ball with what looked like one hand. Williams undercut a route to Dorsett on a throw from Jarrett Stidham to make his pick." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"J.C. Jackson had a pick-six of Tannehill in 11-on-11s. Tannehill was targeting wide receiver Papi White on a short out route. Jackson read it all the way, broke on the ball, and intercepted it in stride." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"JC Jackson had two interceptions and also a pass breakup. After one interception he gave Bill Belichick a high-five. Other players to have pass breakups included Keion Crossen, Ken Webster and Jason McCourty." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"J.C. Jackson intercepted Ryan Tannehill and returned it for a touchdown. Jackson later got beat deep by Taywan Taylor." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"In general, the Patriots defense had a very strong day against the Titans offense, forcing a number of throwaways by Marcus Mariota. Second-year corner J.C. Jackson in particular was solid. Jason McCourty got beaten over the top on a pair of plays, once by rookie A.J. Brown and later by Taywan Taylor." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"J.C. Jackson picked off Ryan Tannehill for a pick-six and offered a fist bump to Bill Belichick after another pick, but later surrendered a bomb to Taywan Taylor for a would-be touchdown." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"The Titans didn’t do much on offense, but most of it was against McCourty, who allowed three big passing plays, including two from Tannehill. With J.C. Jackson and, now, Joejuan Williams possibly breathing down his neck for a starting spot, the veteran doesn’t want to give the upstarts an opening right now." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"J.C. Jackson had an interception during individual drills and another during team work. His theft of Ryan Tannehill during 11s most likely would have gone for a pick-6." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"J.C. Jackson just missed a pick-6 for the second straight day, unable to hold on" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Cornerback JC Jackson had a pass breakup during 11-on-11 drills. He actually should have had a pick six but couldn’t reel the ball in." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Pass breakups in 7-on-7s: Jackson, cornerback Jonathan Jones, Gilmore and linebacker Jamie Collins." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

FB Jakob Johnson (3)
"During a ball-security drill, linebacker Jamie Collins forced a fumble on tight end Stephen Anderson. Fullback Jakob Johnson fumbled twice." - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"FB Jakob Johnson slammed LB Calvin Munson in the hole on the goal line to set up Harris for a TD." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/27/19

"Though listed as a fullback, regular season international practice squad waiver player Jakob Johnson doesn’t seem to do much at the position. He spends much of his practice working in various drills for special teams and the scout team." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

DB Jonathan Jones (31)
"Jonathan Jones stood out among his peers on Thursday. The slot cornerback intercepted Brady in 2-on-2s. In 11-on-11s, he deflected a Brady pass. Both plays happened with him covering Braxton Berrios. Also deflecting passes were Jackson, Crossen and D’Angelo Ross." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/25/19

"Jones, who’s competing for a starting job in the Patriots’ base nickel defense, was a standout in practice. He intercepted Brady during 2-on-2 drills in a target to wide receiver Braxton Berrios. He broke up another Brady pass to Berrios." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/25/19

"Jones made a nice interception in two-on-two work, as Brady tried to fit a fade to Berrios in the right corner of the end zone. Jones had strong coverage throughout the play and appeared to have his way with Berrios in several matchups." - Jeff Howe, TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"Jones matched up against Braxton Berrios on a couple of occasions and blanketed him. The first resulted in a terrific interception as he was able to get position on Berrios and made the leaping catch." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/25/19

"Cornerback Jonathan Jones intercepted Brady’s first throw in competitive reps (a 2-on-2 drill). The pass was intended for second-year receiver Braxton Berrios. Jones showed up again with a deflection on a pass from Brady to Berrios in an 11-on-11 drill in the red zone. These weren’t the only misfires from Brady to Berrios." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"Jonathan Jones, who played a key role in both the Super Bowl and the AFC Championship, was the standout from Day One. He intercepted Tom Brady during a 2-on-2 goal line drill. Brady threw a fade for receiver Braxton Berrios, and Jones high-pointed the ball and came down with the pick." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"Jonathan Jones made multiple pass break-ups, as well as an interception of Brady on the first 11-on-11." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/25/19

"Jones was one of the biggest stars of the day on defense breaking up several passes, one of which was thrown by Brady in the end zone." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI.com - 7/25/19

"Jones continues to have a strong camp and he finished with two pass breakups on Brady in full-team drills. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Jonathan Jones made a really nice play of breaking up a pass intended for Berrios. Jones is having an outstanding camp thus far. Perhaps only Gilmore is playing better in the secondary right now." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Jonathan Jones had two pass breakups in 11s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"CB Jonathan Jones broke up a pass intended for Ben Watson. Jones has been arguably the best defensive player on the field in camp. He is playing like a man who knows the Patriots could get rid of him at no cost whatsoever. He needs to prove he belongs over younger, cheaper options, and so far he has done that." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Jonathan Jones made a nice pass breakup against Braxton Berrios. Tight coverage all the way over the middle and got an arm in to disrupt the catch." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Not sure you’ll find many other players who have had a better or more consistent camp than Jones. He’s been dominating in the slot and has been a real pain in Braxton Berrios’ rear end." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"Jones is also giving receiver Braxton Berrios fits. He broke up a target intended for Berrios on Friday, and Berrios was deeply frustrated. It was a simple crossing pattern, which seems to get broken-up on every target for Berrios. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/02/19

"CB Jonathan Jones broke up a pass intended for Berrios in this session. He's been one of the best players on the field in camp. The way he's playing, he easily looks like the starting slot corner." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/02/19

"Jones hasn’t had a down day yet. He’s arguably been the Patriots’ most impressive player in training camp." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/02/19

"Patriots cornerbacks JC Jackson, Jonathan Jones, Keion Crossen and Joejuan Williams (two) and safeties Obi Melifonwu (two), Malik Gant and Devin McCourty had pass breakups in 1-on-1s, 7-on-7s and 11-on-11s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Jonathan Jones’ strong camp continued as the slot corner made a terrific diving deflection to knock down a pass intended for Chris Lacy during 7-on-7s." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"It was a tough day for both slots, but Jones had the rougher day as he was victimized by Danny Amendola and others several times as the Lions had a good day on offense." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Jonathan Jones, who has been outstanding during camp, lost a battle with Danny Amendola on a cross route for a third-down conversion. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"Jonathan Jones continued his solid summer by standing out in 1-on-1 work." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Cornerback Jon Jones is a nightmare for receiver Braxton Berrios, who has struggled to separate from Jones all throughout training camp. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Jakobi Meyers continues to impress, making a handful of catches, including a sneaky back-shoulder seam snag from Brady with Jonathan Jones in coverage." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Pass breakups in team drills: McCourty (two), Jackson, Jones, Williams, Crossen, safety A.J. Howard and linebackers Trent Harris and Brandon King." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Jonathan Jones spent some time early in practice returning kicks. Jones can absolutely fly and would seem to be a great candidate to fill a role that doesn’t have an obvious candidate." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/13/19

"Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries was among those who left practice early. Humphries didn’t do much against a dominant Patriots secondary. He had one opportunity for a big play, but let the ball bounce off his chest and to the ground on a deep route. Humphries had beaten Jonathan Jones on the play." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Cornerback Jonathan Jones anticipated a Marcus Mariota throw in a goal line drill and recorded the pass-breakup." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

"Jon Jones had some up and down moments during a seven-on-seven period. He showed off impressive instincts by anticipating a check down, peeling off his man, and then breaking up a pass intended for Taywan Taylor. Jones was later beaten on a touchdown pass to Jennings." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Stephon Gilmore and A.J. Brown, a rookie wideout out of Ole Miss, got a bit heated about midway through practice during some 11-on-11 work. The two were lined up to the offensive right side but Marcus Mariota’s throw went the other way. That didn’t stop the two from getting into as Devin McCourty, Jason McCourty and Jonathan Jones also came over to get involved." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Pass breakups in 7-on-7s: Jackson, cornerback Jonathan Jones, Gilmore and linebacker Jamie Collins." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

WR Jakobi Meyers (67)
"After flashing a little in minicamps, Meyers continued to take another step with a handful of standout catches. Not the biggest of guys (though 6-1 1/2 and 203 pounds isn’t small, he just doesn’t play that big), but he has great body control and has Velcro hands." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/25/19

"Undrafted rookie wide outs Ryan Davis and Jakobi Meyers each made some nice grabs in team drills." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI.com - 7/25/19

"Jakobi Myers, an undrafted rookie out of N.C. State, made a terrific diving catch on a pass from Stidham late in practice. Myers laid out for the pass and made a finger-tip grab while holding on as he hit the ground." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Others to catch the eye Friday: rookie WR Jacobi Meyers out of NC State, receiver Damien Harris and defensive back Obi Melifonwu." - Dan Roche, CBS Boston - 7/26/19

"Meyers continues to catch our eye on a daily basis with either a good play or a sign that the coaching staff appreciates what he's doing. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/27/19

"Jakobi Meyers may be a guy keep an eye on as an undrafted rookie at the thin receiver position, but he was late to arrive to the huddle for third-team reps with Jarrett Stidham during team action. Not a good way to get noticed." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Jakobi Meyers is having a pretty impressive camp along with Maurice Harris. While he isn’t getting the reps that Harris is, whenever he’s being called, he is producing. He used his height to outleap Keion Crosson and brought down a pass from Stidham. I’d put him over Berrios…right now." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Undrafted rookie wide receiver Jakobi Meyers also made a standout play in 11-on-11s, climbing the ladder to go up and catch a pass from rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham over cornerback Keion Crossen." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Undrafted rookie WR Jakobi Meyers made a great leaping grab over Keion Crossen on a throw from Jarrett Stidham. Meyers looks like he's gaining traction. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Undrafted rookie wide receiver Jakobi Meyers seems to be ascending up the depth chart. He received extensive first-team work Thursday. He snagged a ball out of the air on a throw from quarterback Tom Brady over cornerback Jason McCourty. He also made an impressive grab over Patrick Chung and Keion Crossen on a high throw by rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham. Meyers jumped up to knock the ball to himself in the end zone." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Patriots cornerbacks won 10 of 19 1-on-1 drills over wide receivers. Meyers was the best wide receiver in the drill. Braxton Berrios also flashed with two catches. Undrafted rookie cornerback D’Angelo Ross had two pass breakups. Second-year corners JC Jackson, Duke Dawson and Keion Crossen each had one pass breakup." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Undrafted receiver Jakobi Meyers is running with the first-team offense. That’s a testament to his outstanding and consistent performances so far in training camp. He made the best play of the day: He jumped between safety Patrick Chung and cornerback Keion Crossen, tipped the ball to himself with one hand and made the catch for a long touchdown pass from Jarrett Stidham." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"The undrafted receiver out of North Carolina State was the Patriots best pass catcher on Thursday. Meyers made multiple highlight reel catches, which were eye opening. It was also very noteworthy that the rookie was mainly doing this with Tom Brady on the field." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/01/19

"Meyers was running with Brady’s offensive group as soon as practice started and was quick to make an impact. During 1-on-1s, Meyers went 2-0 against Jason McCourty and J.C. Jackson. In full-team drills, he caught four passes, including three from Brady, to lead all receivers. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/01/19

"Undrafted rookie WR Jakobi Meyers stood out in competitive drills. He made a leaping catch over CB Jason McCourty on a deep ball from Brady, and later made the play of the day when he jumped and tipped the ball to himself for a touchdown." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Meyers had maybe the most competitive rep of the day against CB J.C. Jackson. The corner pressed him hard out of his break, but Meyers was able to fight his way free and hold on to the ball with a diving catch." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Along with Harry, undrafted rookie Jakobi Meyers made a few flashy plays of his own. Meyers has arguably had a stronger camp than Harry, and shows no signs of slowing down, getting some reps with the first team offense. " - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 8/01/19

"Meyers made the catch of camp to date when a nice Stidham pass found him in traffic against Keion Crossen and Patrick Chung, but Meyers tipped the ball to himself as the defenders collided and Meyers scored by himself." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"While the rest of the Patriots’ skill players seem like they’re trying to catch up, Meyers takes the field day after day, and just makes plays." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"The single best rep of the period came with J.C. Jackson jamming Jakobi Meyers and nearly stoning him at the line of scrimmage. Meyers eventually recovered, broke off his crossing route and made a diving catch. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"He continues to make acrobatic catches as well as the more routine ones. And he continues to get reps with Brady. It's not just side-sessions with the future Hall of Famer anymore." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Rookie wide receiver Jakobi Meyers continues to play with the first team. We’ll note he hasn’t been made available to the media the last two days, and it seems as though the Patriots want to limit the hype for the undrafted free agent. He caught three passes from quarterback Tom Brady in 11-on-11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/02/19

"Another solid outing for undrafted receiver Jakobi Meyers. The 6-foot-2 Meyers saw a ton of work with Brady and delivered. Brady completed back-to-back passes to the rookie during one 11-on-11 period." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/02/19

"Once again, Jakobi Meyers was playing with Brady’s offensive grouping. The undrafted rookie caught three passes from Brady to lead all receivers on Friday." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/02/19

"Meyers is really becoming involved." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Meyers made a toe-tapping catch in 11-on-11s from Brady. He led Patriots pass-catchers in receptions during full-team drills." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Meyers, Harry, Braxton Berrios and Gunner Olszewski all took punt return reps. That was a first for Meyers, who did muff a punt." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Undrafted rookie receiver Jakobi Meyers keeps rolling. Tom Brady continues to look his way, and Meyers always seems to be open. Like Maurice Harris, Meyers doesn’t appear to be a dynamic athlete, but the production speaks for itself." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Meyers made a terrific leaping catch in 1-on-1s. In Brady’s final period, a hurry-up drill, he immediately connected with Meyers on an out route to start the drive. Meyers also got a crack at punt returner. He’s a work in progress at that spot. Meyers muffed his second return." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Meyers continues to work with presumed starters and does not look out of place. His diving catch came during 11-on-11 work after he beat rookie corner Amani Oruwariye on a deep out. Meyers reached out full extension and hauled in the pass as he went to the turf near the sideline. His hands have been impressive thus far." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"Phillip Dorsett and undrafted rookie Jakobi Meyers worked with Brady in two-receiver sets." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Maurice Harris and Jakobi Meyers continued to have strong camps. Harris made a highlight reel catch on a Brady deep ball over Gilmore. Meyers had a nice back shoulder grab later in practice. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Undrafted rookie receiver Jakobi Meyers continues to impress. He had a diving catch on a pass from Brian Hoyer and then made a nice back shoulder catch on a throw from Tom Brady. Brady and him continue to work on their chemistry and the NC State product is beginning to fall into the lock category." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Meyers, a former college QB, also worked on his throwing arm after practice by throwing passes to the defensive backs." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Meyers, a former college QB, also worked on his throwing arm after practice by throwing passes to the defensive backs." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Receivers Jakobi Meyers and Phillip Dorsett ran some brilliant routes. Dorsett beat cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore and J.C. Jackson." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"On third down during a competitive 11-on-11 drill, Tom Brady and Jakobi Meyers connected for an impressive back-shoulder throw in traffic. Meyers has continued to play well in practice." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Hey, Jakobi Meyers is still dominating. Meyers, the undrafted rookie receiver out of N.C. State, simply finds ways to get open and makes plays on the ball. In the hurry-up period, Meyers was closely covered by Jonathan Jones on a route down the middle of the field, but created just enough separation at the last moment to pull in the catch on a back-shoulder throw." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Meyers continued his strong work with another day that featured several catches. He did a nice job in individual drills against Jonathan Jones, being the slot corner with a solid outside/inside move on an in-cut that resulted in a catch. Meyers made a terrific leaping catch for a touchdown during 11-on-11 and then finished the day with a beautiful back shoulder grab down the seam in a two-minute drill." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"At the end of practice the defensive backs worked on tracking deep balls for potential interceptions on passes thrown over the shoulder. Meyers, a college quarterback in his early days at N.C. State, threw all the passes." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Over the final three-and-a-half periods, Brady was 15 of 17, and his day ended with an incredible connection with Meyers, who made a back-shoulder grab up the right seam against Jon Jones, who didn’t allow a completion on his first three targets of the day." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"To cap off a very efficient drive, Jakobi Meyers caught a touchdown from Brady with a diving, extended grab in the back of the end zone." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Meyers and Brady showed off how much they’re in sync when Meyers basically stopped on a crossing route so Brady could throw him a back-shoulder pass, and it worked perfectly. That’s Edelman-esque." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"That stop-backshoulder catch he had from Brady was really eye-opening and is borderline miraculous for an inside rookie receiver in this offense. And he had a killer diving catch. Just all him The Natural." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Interesting to watch Meyers throw balls up to the cornerbacks as they work on interceptions. Nice arm on Meyers, but not a great spiral." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Brady led the Patriots’ starting offense to scores on its final drives of live 11-on-11 work. First he carved up New England’s third-string defense, going 5-of-5 and hitting Jakobi Meyers for an easy touchdown at the end. " - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Meyers won both of his 1-on-1 reps early in practice, including a heads-up battle with Jones where he did the slot corner dirty. Over seven targets in team drills, he caught four passes and managed to save his best for last. In between, Meyers returned punts and was featured prominently in a trick-play period. The undrafted rookie lastly closed the day lobbing passes to New England’s defensive backs in an individual drill while Stidham repped with the scout team." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"No one has seen more targets from Brady in the last week-plus than Meyers. He’s been immune to the roller coaster rookies usually ride in training camp." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Jakobi Meyers continues to impress, making a handful of catches, including a sneaky back-shoulder seam snag from Brady with Jonathan Jones in coverage." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Meyers had another impressive day. He laid out for a catch from Hoyer and hauled in a back-shoulder catch from Brady." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Rookie WR Jakobi Meyers continues to stand out. He's getting plenty of looks from Brady and catching just about everything he can. He caught a deep touchdown on Brady's fifth straight completion during one period, and snagged a ball that looked slightly behind him during a late two-minute drill with the starters. He'd have to be amazingly bad for the next couple of weeks not to make the team at this point, and that just doesn't seem realistic. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"It’s becoming obvious when Meyers catches a pass. He’s got a certain running style that stands out, and it’s easy to see which types of routes are conducive to his success. You can essentially predict it was his catch before identifying the jersey number, and I think that’s a positive trait." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Braxton Berrios, Jakobi Meyers and Gunner Olszewski took reps returning punts." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Jakobi Meyers and Braxton Berrios made some nice grabs." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Meyers, who led the team in camp by catching 23 of 29 passes from Brady, finished strong. Brady’s first three completions went to Meyers, but it looked like the coaches wanted to see how Brady could finish practice without Meyers." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Perfect design by Josh McDaniels and execution by Brady, Berrios, Meyers and Olszewski on a zone beater in the end zone. The combo routes by the three receivers created enough space for Berrios to get open, and Brady immediately hit him for a score." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"It wasn’t a tremendous day for rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham when his group got out there around 11 a.m. for situational work. He twice had passes batted down at the line by defensive tackle Brent Urban, threw a widowmaker over the middle to Jakobi Meyers that Meyers reached for with one hand and deflected upward and delivered late on the sidelines to Braxton Berrios. On that one, he waited so long for the play to develop, it looked like a team meeting with defensive backs and receivers converging in a mini-swarm. Gotta come out faster." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"On the first two reps of the Patriots “drive” there was an incompletion under duress to Jakobi Meyers followed by a pressure given up by Skipper which drew audible agitation from offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia. Then, somehow, the Titans lost track of Berrios who ran a simple deep post and got loose for about a 60-yard gain." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"There were also long gains on throws from Brian Hoyer to Meyers and Gunner Olszewski." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Brady and Meyers connected on a nice play-action pass that saw the rookie grab a crossing route and head upfield for what would have been a solid pick up." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Jakobi Meyers made a nice full-stretch catch at the goal line from Brady." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Tom Brady playaction up top to Jakoby Meyers. Titans had a ton of problems with playaction." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"WR Jakobi Meyers: Seems like all the quarterbacks, especially Brady, know that when you need a play, go to No. 16. Kid is money in the bank all the time." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Berrios had two big receptions from Brady. One was called back because of a holding penalty, however. Berrios was probably the Patriots’ best receiver Thursday. Meyers also hauled in a nice catch. Berrios delivered a nice block on a long reception by Meyers." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"our daily Jakobi Meyers update: Still really, really good. Meyers had trouble lining up in the correct spot during 7-on-7s, but his natural talent in undeniable. Meyers dusted Malcolm Butler on a crossing route during 11-on-11s. Later, he caught a Brian Hoyer pass in between defenders along the sideline and instinctively cut to the inside as soon as the ball arrived, creating plenty of yards after the catch." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

QB Jarrett Stidham (76)
"Stidham looked like a rookie QB for much of the session, taking too long to process things and holding the ball too long. That is expected for a rookie’s first real practice. But he throws a nice ball and has time to develop." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/25/19

"Jarrett Stidham was 2 of 5 in team drills with completions to Stephen Anderson and Berrios." - Jeff Howe, TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"Rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham found tight end Stephen Anderson for a touchdown, as well. Anderson went full extension to pluck the ball out of the air." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"Quarterback Jarrett Stidham threw three interceptions during competitive drills. Safety Devin McCourty nabbed the second and Obi Melifonwu had the third." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Later in an 11-on-11 drill, Stidham, rolling to his left, threw across his body to find Maurice Harris in the back of the end zone. It was an impressive display of arm strength and athleticism by Stidham. To credit Stidham further, he showed nice touch on a touchdown throw to James White, though Brandon King, who is more of a special teams player, was in coverage." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Stidham finished 9/12 with an interception [in full team drills]." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Stidham had a strong finish on Friday. Earlier in practice, the rookie went 1-for-4 in 4-on-4s and then 2/6 with two interceptions in 3-on-3s. Stidham also went 2/3 in 7-on-7s. The fourth-round pick went a perfect 5-of-5 in the final 11-on-11 session of the day. He made multiple impressive throws." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Stidham, meanwhile, went 9-for-12 with a pick in competitive 11-on-11 work. His best work came at the end of the practice when he hit all five of his throws in the final offensive period of the day. He rolled out to his right, away from a Brandon King blitz, and found Jakobi Meyers on a diving touchdown grab. He also hit a beautiful wheel route throw to White down the sideline for another score that was dropped in the bucket. Stidham also had an impressive roll to his left, finding Maurice Harris on a throw that traveled about 30 yards and was caught in the back of the end zone." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Where the indecision really hurt Stidham was in the 3-on-2 and 7-on-7 work he did. Working in the red zone in 7-on-7 he was picked by Duke Dawson on one play that stretched too long. Soon thereafter he had one back-shoulder pass broken up by Jason McCourty and Devin McCourty picked Stidham off moments later. Three picks in all between 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills isn’t ideal, but Stidham certainly showed enough promise at the end of the session to give him something positive to build on moving forward." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Stidham was intercepted twice during goal line 2-on-2s and 3-on-3s. On the first one, he held the ball far too long and finally floated it into the arms of cornerback Duke Dawson. There were no receivers in the area. On the second, Stidham was picked over the middle by Devin McCourty." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"Stidham clearly has a strong arm and he’s capable of making throws on the run. After holding the ball for about five seconds in the pocket, he scrambled to his left, threw across his body, and connected with Maurice Harris in the left corner of the end zone. Stidham finished strong, hooking up with James White for a touchdown on a wheel route during 11s. Stidham recognized pressure on the play and unloaded without stepping into his throw. The ball was perfectly placed over White’s shoulder for the score." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"In total, Stidham threw three interceptions in drills against the defense, making a few rookie mistakes. On the other side, he also displayed the talent that led the Patriots to draft him in the first place. Stidham scrambled to his left on one play before throwing across his body into the back of the end zone to find Maurice Harris for a touchdown. It was a throw that produced a cheer from the crowd. He also lofted a perfectly thrown wheel route touchdown to James White over the coverage." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"He’s constantly been late with just about every pass, he has no idea what the defense is doing, and has very little anticipation. On Friday, that continued in the early going as Stidham was … terrible, going 2 of 7 with two awful interceptions. That being said, when the practice turned to more 11-on-11 work, Stidham completed 8 of 10 passes, including his final four and he threw some beauties: a nice back-corner toss to Maurice Harris, a nice wheel route to James White on an iffy pick play and a few other nice throws into coverage." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Rookie QB Jarrett Stidham had an up-and-down day. He threw two interceptions, but rebounded with some nice throws late. He rolled out left and threw a couple of nice passes, showing off his quick release. Later on he threw a nice wheel route pass to James White for a touchdown." - Dan Roche, CBS Boston - 7/26/19

"Rookie Jarrett Stidham, meanwhile, still holds on to the ball a long time. A few of his incompletions looked to be the fault of the receivers, though." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Stidham did throw a couple of interceptions in red zone drills. On the first one, Devin McCourty tipped an errant pass to himself for the pick. On the second, Terrence Brooks tipped it in the air and Obi Melifonwu came down with the ball." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Rookie Jarrett Stidham went 2-of-2 in 11-on-11s and 3-of-4 overall." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/27/19

"Stidham was 2-for-2, hitting Maurice Harris on a low throw that Harris told me after the session was snatched before it hit the ground. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/27/19

"Rookie Jarrett Stidham went 1-of-2 in 11s and 2-of-4 overall." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"During one 11-on-11 session, Jarrett Stidham didn’t get a shot at quarterback. Brady and Hoyer were the priority — the rookie was not, at least for this one session." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/28/19

"Rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham saw limited reps, but made the most of them. He zipped a touchdown pass to James White during red zone 11s. White beat linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley on the play. It was a relatively short throw, but the velocity and accuracy stood out." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Rookie Jarrett Stidham went 1-of-2 in 11s and 2-of-4 overall. The last play of the day was a touchdown toss from Hoyer to Gunner Olszewski." - Trevor Hass, Boston.com - 7/28/19

"Jarrett Stidham saw only few reps on the day, most of them hand-offs, and one of his only competitive throws of the day glanced off of Watson’s hands. He did make a very nice throw late in the practice to James White near the goal line." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Quarterback Jarrett Stidham also overthrew a wide open James White on a wheel route. Stidham might get a pass, considering half-speed could make timing a bit harder." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/29/19

"Rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham didn’t see many reps in team drills. This was a big Brady day. Stidham had one pass batted down by defensive end Keionta Davis at the line of scrimmage." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Jarrett Stidham went 3/5 in full-team drills. He had a pass deflected at the line of scrimmage by Keionta Davis." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Stidham went 3-of-5 in 11-on-11s and 4-of-7 overall." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Backup QB Brian Hoyer went 4-of-5 [in 11-on-11s], while Stidham was 3-of-4." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Undrafted receiver Jakobi Meyers is running with the first-team offense. That’s a testament to his outstanding and consistent performances so far in training camp. He made the best play of the day: He jumped between safety Patrick Chung and cornerback Keion Crossen, tipped the ball to himself with one hand and made the catch for a long touchdown pass from Jarrett Stidham." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Speaking of Stidham, he had a few brilliant passes at practice. He’s throwing against the third-team defense, but he’s clearly making progress in the offense." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Brady finished strong on Thursday, completing 6/6 passes in the final period to finish 14/19 in full-team drills. Hoyer went 4/5 and Stidham 3/4." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/01/19

"Rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham isn’t getting many reps, but he’s making the most of them. Stidham hooked up with fellow rookies Jakobi Meyers and N’Keal Harry for deep touchdowns down the right sideline on consecutive snaps during 11s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Give the kid some credit. When he was thrown in for Brady, he delivered three dimes down the field to his rookie crew of Meyers (twice) and Harry." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Jarrett Stidham had a nice series of plays running a look unit for the top defense. He went deep down the right sideline on three straight plays. " - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Jarrett Stidham strung together a series of good-looking passes midway through the session. He went 3-for-4 in competitive periods, hitting Meyers on what was undoubtedly the play of the day." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Similarly, rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham threw the ball very well in the lighter workout. He made a number of really nice passes, both in the intermediate game and down the field. He has nice touch on the ball throwing down the sidelines to spots. It will be interesting to see how Stidham responds when the preseason game action hits in Detroit, but he’s making progress and certainly shows some signs of NFL talent." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Jarrett Stidham got a little extra work today — perhaps with joint practices, and potentially fewer chances for the rookie, facing the Lions next week — and went 2-for-2 in 7-on-7 work. In 11-on-11, he went 6-for-9 with a nice fade completed to Braxton Berrios, who had to dive in the corner of the end zone to reel it in." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/02/19

"Rookie Jarrett Stidham went 6-of-9 in 11s and 2-of-2 in 7s. Stidham saw second-team reps over Hoyer, which is notable." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/02/19

"The Patriots also gave more opportunity to Jarrett Stidham. The rookie quarterback took the majority of the reps behind Tom Brady as Brian Hoyer had a lighter workday. The fourth-round pick seemed to make the most of the chance, completing 6/9 passes in 11-on-11s and 2/2 passes in 7-on-7s." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/02/19

"Meanwhile, Hoyer went 1/5 in full-team drills and 3/4 in 7-on-7s. It’s still early, but on this day, Stidham looked like the second best quarterback on the Patriots." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/02/19

"Jarrett Stidham enjoyed a solid day. He consistently got rid of the ball in a much more timely manner than what we’ve seen, and his accuracy was on point for the most part." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/02/19

"Rookie Jarrett Stidham was 2-of-3 with an interception in 11s and 10-of-12 in 7s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham was intercepted by Lions safety Andrew Adams during an early 11-on-11 period. He was targeting Phillip Dorsett on an out route." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Held the ball forever and then threw a really bad interception. Seemed to be on the upswing at the end of last week but, now, he seems back to being a rookie." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Jarrett Stidham threw a total rookie INT: tried to go to Dorsett in the flat but was undercut by S Andrew Adams." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Stidham held the ball forever on two of his red zone “completions.”" - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Jarrett Stidham only threw one pass, an incompletion, in full-team drills, but was a perfect 12/12 in 7-on-7s." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Running back Sony Michel fumbled a toss from Jarrett Stidham during 11-on-11s. Overall, this was a sloppy day on offense." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Jarrett Stidham had a rep that lasted an eternity in 7-on-7 work. Can't give him credit for a completion when that happens. He was otherwise spotless, however, going 10-for-11 in those 7-on-7 periods." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Jarrett Stidham went 6/12 with two interceptions in full-team drills. Both of Stidham’s interceptions were on targets to Danny Etling, who looked severely overmatched against Williams and Gilmore, where the passes bounced off his hands." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Brady did look himself in 11-on-11 work, while Hoyer took a step back after his impressive showing in Detroit. The same can be said for Jarrett Stidham, who threw two interceptions on passes intended for Danny Etling." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Stidham later targeted receiver Danny Ettling on a check-down pass, but Etling bobbled the ball and cornerback Stephon Gilmore caught the deflection for the interception." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Later, a Jarrett Stidham pass slipped through Danny Etling’s hands and into the arms of Gilmore." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Jarrett Stidham was 8 of 14 with two interceptions. The first pick would have been a Derek Rivers sack, but the play continued and Stidham tried to hit Danny Etling on a deep ball. Joejuan Williams blocked out Etling and easily picked it off. The second interception was also for Etling, who bobbled the ball and lost it to Gilmore." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Stidham’s day was similar to Brady’s. He opened 1 of 5 with two picks. Another incompletion occurred when Damoun Patterson stopped his route on a post against J.C. Jackson, though it was probably too far for him. And the other incompletion in that window happened when Terrence Brooks broke up a ball for Ryan Davis." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Find it hilarious and totally on brand that Bill Belichick barely gave Jarrett Stidham any team reps today. Belichick was basically saying, “Hey Jarrett, get enough smoke blown up your skirt the past couple days? Welcome back, rookie.“" - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Stidham opened 1-for-6 in team periods with a pair of picks. He clung to the ball forever in the pocket. As high as the rookie’s ceiling appeared during his standout showing in New England’s preseason opener at Detroit, he scraped an ugly floor back home on Monday." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Jarrett Stidham was 8 of 14 with a pair of picks in 11s. He was 2 of 3 in sevens." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Rookie Jarrett Stidham went 8-of-14 with two interceptions in 11-on-11s. Both of his picks were on targets to Etling." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Lance Kendricks made a nice end-zone grab off a Jarrett Stidham pass with J.C. Jackson in coverage. Much like Patrick Chung, Kendricks didn’t appear limited in any way despite the red jersey." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"It was a slip-and-slide start to practice. Before the Patriots stretched, they all gathered on a corner of the practice fields and coaxed first-year players and coaches into diving through turf that was being hosed down by Tom Brady. Quarterback Jarrett Stidham was among the first to go." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"It was interesting to see Saubert get thrown right into the mix. He caught passes from Brian Hoyer (down the seam) and Tom Brady (in the corner of the end zone during a red-zone period). He also was out there briefly with Jarrett Stidham. Stidham’s last attempt of the day went deep down the middle to Saubert, but it was thrown a little high and it glanced off Saubert’s hands. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"Jarrett Stidham didn't have his best of practices, as while his numbers were decent, he continues to hold the ball for a long time, which would not fly in games." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Jarrett Stidham was 8 of 14." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Stidham fumbled a David Andrews snap and had to run a lap. James Ferentz also soared a snap past Stidham, and Ferentz had to run." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham had a couple of mishandles at quarterback on shotgun snaps and took a lap as a result. One appeared to be on him, the other was just a bizarro snap from James Ferentz." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Stidham and his offense did not fare well on Wednesday. He was off target a few times and then lost a potential rep when the shotgun snap eluded him and forced the coaches to blow the play dead." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Jarrett Stidham was 3 of 5 in 11s and 3 of 4 in the sevens. The rookie botched one snap and was sent on a lap." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Jarrett Stidham was 3 of 8, but the numbers deserve context. He was 1 of 6 in his final period, with two passes batted at the line, another going off Meyers’ hand in what would have been a tougher catch and then an incompletion to Olszewski that was broken up by Tye Smith. Stidham was also off while aiming for Berrios." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"It wasn’t a tremendous day for rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham when his group got out there around 11 a.m. for situational work. He twice had passes batted down at the line by defensive tackle Brent Urban, threw a widowmaker over the middle to Jakobi Meyers that Meyers reached for with one hand and deflected upward and delivered late on the sidelines to Braxton Berrios. On that one, he waited so long for the play to develop, it looked like a team meeting with defensive backs and receivers converging in a mini-swarm. Gotta come out faster." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Harry and Dorsett suited up and took part in stretching before practice but then went inside the Titans bubble for some rehab work. Both later returned but not in pads as Harry caught some passes from Jarrett Stidham on the Patriots sideline late in practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Jarrett Stidham had a tough go in 11-on-11 work. The rookie had a number of misfires and didn't seem too confident in the pocket." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"Rookie Jarrett Stidham was 1 of 6 and had a pair of passes batted down at the line of scrimmage by Brent Urban during his only 11-on-11 series. He was 2 of 2 in the sevens." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Eric Saubert caught a pass from Stidham." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"New tight end Eric Saubert caught a pass in 11s from Stidham." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"This was not Jarrett Stidham’s finest day. Stidham didn’t receive many reps, but he certainly looked like a rookie in an 11-on-11 period late in practice. Stidham had two balls batted down at the line of scrimmage and lacked accuracy on his throws down the field. To some degree, this is to be expected. Expectations have spiked since Stidham’s strong debut against the Lions, but there will inevitably be growing pains throughout his rookie season." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

OL Joe Thuney (12)
"Left guard Joe Thuney spent the majority of practice at left tackle as Isaiah Wynn continued to sit out full-speed team drills." - Doug Kyed,
NESN - 7/25/19

"When Wynn was done for the day, Thuney shifted to left tackle with Ted Karras at left guard. Even when Cajuste returns, Thuney would be the most logical choice at left tackle if Wynn went down during a game." - Jeff Howe, TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"Isaiah Wynn, New England’s top draft choice in 2018, missed his entire rookie year due to a torn Achilles suffered during the preseason. He’s been cleared to practice, but during 11-on-11 work, it was Joe Thuney – normally a left guard – lined up at left tackle." - Jake Levin, NBC Boston - 7/25/19

"Joe Thuney saw reps at left tackle again with Ted Karras and James Ferentz sharing left guard and center duties." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"For the second consecutive day, Joe Thuney received the bulk of the reps at left tackle. The Pats also sprinkled in the 6-foot-10 Dan Skipper for a few reps early on." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"The Patriots have favored moving Joe Thuney to left tackle, with Ted Karras or James Ferentz jumping in for Thuney at left guard. That was not the case today." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/28/19

"The first-team offensive line is still Marcus Cannon, Shaq Mason, David Andrews, Joe Thuney and Dan Skipper." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Guard Joe Thuney had some big wins in 1-on-1 pass-rush drills. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Joe Thuney stoned defensive tackle Lawrence Guy. Thuney thrives in these drills — his fundamentals are on-point. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Nice little battle between Joe Thuney and Michael Bennett. Thuney stoned Bennett on the first rep, but Bennett came back for a win the next time they faced one another." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"It’s been interesting to note that Joe Thuney has not been taking reps at left tackle in recent days, something he’d been doing early in camp and previously this offseason." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Joe Thuney remains one of the team's best in this regard, notching victories of Lawrence Guy, Adam Butler and Michael Bennett. Bennett, though, got the best of Thuney on one late rep. That was Thuney's first loss of camp from what we've seen. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

RB James White (15)
"James White caught a short pass as he took a hit from a ball boy’s blocking pad and turned upfield against Kyle Van Noy in a 1-on-1 drill designed to work on breaking down and tackling in space. White got the better of the linebacker on the play as he caused Van Noy to lose his feet after a quick move in tight quarters." - Paul Perillo,
Patriots.com - 7/25/19

"James White and Rex Burkhead were busy in the early goings Friday, getting a handful of targets during 3-on-3s and 7-on-7s. Hoyer was checking down early and often." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Rookie QB Jarrett Stidham had an up-and-down day. He threw two interceptions, but rebounded with some nice throws late. He rolled out left and threw a couple of nice passes, showing off his quick release. Later on he threw a nice wheel route pass to James White for a touchdown." - Dan Roche, CBS Boston - 7/26/19

"Hoyer completed passes to Braxton Berrios, Rex Burkhead, James White, Brandon Bolden, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse, James Develin, and Phillip Dorsett in team drills." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"James White took a pretty good pop on an inside run by Christian Sam. It was an audible hit that got everyone’s attention." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"The defense also forced a fumble with Jamie Collins knocking the ball loose on a James White carry." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Once again a big part of the focus on Wednesday was the running game. Early in the session, James White was leading the way." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"White took a lap after being stripped by Jamie Collins." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"James White fumbled. Jamie Collins stripped the ball — he has been making heads-up plays throughout camp." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Lots of work for the running backs in today’s practice. The final period of 11-on-11s featured two Sony Michel runs, a James White carry, a Brandon Bolden carry, and a pair of screens to Rex Burkhead. Rookie Damien Harris participated, but wasn’t heavily involved." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"One of the most impressive offensive plays came with Brian Hoyer at the controls. He looked outside to James White, who lined up wide and ran a go and grabbed Hoyer’s perfect throw in stride for a touchdown." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"On the next play, Brady stepped up in a collapsing pocket to find White for a touchdown." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"The next series had a Brandon Bolden run stuff, an incompletion over James White then a TD to White sitting down at the goal line." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

DB Joejuan Williams (42)
"Joejuan Williams closed quickly on a Hoyer completion to Maurice Harris to make a stop shy of the end zone." - Jeff Howe,
TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"In an 11-on-11, Hoyer found Phillip Dorsett for a 35-yard touchdown — rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams couldn’t keep up with Dorsett’s speed." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Brian Hoyer made a perfectly weighted toss to speedster Phillip Dorsett on a post route that went for a touchdown against rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"Got roasted by Dorsett for a touchdown and on a few other passes. Needs to start picking it up." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Joejuan Williams had his best day of camp and broke up another pass to Watson. He had a couple on nice breakups today. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams made his best play of camp, breaking up a pass intended for Dorsett from quarterback Brian Hoyer in 11-on-11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Jason McCourty, Duke Dawson, Terrence Brooks and Williams broke up passes in 11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Rookie CB Joejuan Williams broke up a deep throw intended for Phillip Dorsett. He's barely made contact with a receiver or the ball so far in camp, so that counts as a step in the right direction." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Rookie CB Joejuan Williams broke up a deep throw intended for Phillip Dorsett. He's barely made contact with a receiver or the ball so far in camp, so that counts as a step in the right direction." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams enjoyed his best practice to date. Early in the session, Williams ran stride for stride with Phillip Dorsett and broke up a deep ball on a corner route. Later, Williams stepped in front of Maurice Harris to bat down a short pass over the middle." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"In a late 11-on-11 drill, Harry beat rookie CB Joejuan Williams and reeled in the ball as he toppled to the ground, drawing loud cheers from the crowd. Harry got up and threw his arms in the air in celebration and chest-bumped with WR Braxton Berrios. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Williams covered Harry well on a deep post early in this period. He looks to be making progress after looking overmatched at times earlier in the offseason and at the start of camp." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Harry had a great haul on a deep pass for a touchdown that left Duron Harmon upset with Joejuan Williams." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Patriots cornerbacks JC Jackson, Jonathan Jones, Keion Crossen and Joejuan Williams (two) and safeties Obi Melifonwu (two), Malik Gant and Devin McCourty had pass breakups in 1-on-1s, 7-on-7s and 11-on-11s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Decent day for rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams, who ripped the ball away from Lions receiver Andy Jones in a goal line drill. Williams also stood out in 1-on-1s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Rookie Joejaun Williams did a great job of hanging with Travis Fulgham on a deep route to force an incompletion." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"The Patriots defense had nine deflections in practice – Jamie Collins (two), Duron Harmon (two), Stephon Gilmore, JoeJuan Williams, Keion Crossen, Obi Melifonwu and D’Angelo Ross." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"J.C. Jackson and Joejuan Williams both grabbed interceptions. Jackson's was against Brady going deep for Damoun Patterson, as he stayed underneath and snagged the ball with what looked like one hand. Williams undercut a route to Dorsett on a throw from Jarrett Stidham to make his pick." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"JoeJuan Williams had one of his strongest practices, finishing with two interceptions and two pass deflections." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Cornerback Joejuan Williams had perhaps his best practice of the summer. He was very active and made a few plays. This comes after he saw a lot of snaps against the Lions." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Jackson and Joejuan Williams logged an interception." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Joejuan Williams made good use of his height and hands in a jump ball against Harris. Brian Hoyer rainbowed a ball toward Harris, but as the receiver tried to make the catch, Williams stuck in his hands for a breakup." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Joejuan Williams did a nice job staying with Maurice Harris on a deep pattern down the right sideline. Harris couldn’t get position on the rookie, who managed to knock the pass away with an impressive leap." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Jarrett Stidham was 8 of 14 with two interceptions. The first pick would have been a Derek Rivers sack, but the play continued and Stidham tried to hit Danny Etling on a deep ball. Joejuan Williams blocked out Etling and easily picked it off. The second interception was also for Etling, who bobbled the ball and lost it to Gilmore." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Williams’ momentum continues to build. He has a team-high seven passes defensed in team drills with one pick and six breakups. It’d take a lot for him to leapfrog Jason McCourty, J.C. Jackson or even Jon Jones, but the coaches have to be happy about Williams’ progress." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"The second-round pick had his best practice by far with two interceptions and a pass breakup. He appeared much more confident and physical. Was basically a blanket all over the field." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"After enduring a rough start to camp, Williams has come on in major, playmaking fashion lately. He boxed out Dorsett to intercept a deep ball in 1-on-1s, then picked off Stidham on another bomb during a team period. Williams also broke up a pass intended from Harris. No doubt this was the second-round rookie’s best practice as a pro." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"McCourty’s consecutive pass breakups early in team drills set a foretelling tone for the defense. Williams and Keion Crossen were the only other players to post multiple PBUs Thursday." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"A real nice day for cornerback Joejuan Williams, who had an interception during team drills (against Jarrett Stidham) and another in individual drills (against Tom Brady). The second-round pick also had a pass breakup during full-squad work " - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Interceptions in team drills: Gilmore (two), safety Patrick Chung, linebacker Jamie Collins and Williams." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Pass breakups in team drills: McCourty (two), Jackson, Jones, Williams, Crossen, safety A.J. Howard and linebackers Trent Harris and Brandon King." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Williams had one of his best practices of the summer." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Had two interceptions today to go with his multiple breakups on Monday. It appears the game is now slowing down for the second-round pick and he’s starting to make plays. This is the type of progress you like to see from rookies and now the hope is he starts to stack success." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"The Titans didn’t do much on offense, but most of it was against McCourty, who allowed three big passing plays, including two from Tannehill. With J.C. Jackson and, now, Joejuan Williams possibly breathing down his neck for a starting spot, the veteran doesn’t want to give the upstarts an opening right now." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"Stephon Gilmore and Joejuan Williams made nice plays during goal line 1-on-1s. On separate reps, they prevented Titans wideout Corey Davis from coming down with the ball on fade routes to the back corner." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

"Joejuan Williams remains a work in progress, but he has steadily improved throughout camp, which is all anyone can ask for at this point. His progress showed up again Thursday when he won a one-on-one drill against a Tennessee receiver by breaking up a fade to the corner of the end zone." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Williams, Duke Dawson and Jason McCourty also registered pass breakups." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"When the Patriots’ twos came in, there was a tough rep for rookie Joejuan Williams and Keion Crossen, who had a bust that resulted in an easy score. Williams also got whistled for a defensive hold in the end zone." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Rookie Joejuan Williams dominated Corey Davis in a one-on-one matchup . . . Fellow rookie Ken Webster is surging." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Ryan Tannehill threw a touchdown to Taywan Taylor when it looked like Keion Crossen blew a coverage. Titans should have scored earlier to Darius Jennings but Tannehill’s throw was awful. It bailed out Joejuan Williams, who wasn’t listening to the communication from the other DBs and he failed to adjust." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore, Ken Webster, Duke Dawson and rookie Joejuan Williams had pass breakups in 1-on-1 drills over Titans receivers. Williams’ came on an impressive play over Titans wideout Corey Davis. Webster, a seventh-round pick, Gilmore, Dawson, Jason McCourty and Keion Crossen went undefeated.=" - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Pass breakups in 11-on-11s: Dawson, Williams, McCourty, linebacker Dont’a Hightower." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

DB Keion Crossen (27)
"Keion Crossen broke up a Stidham pass for Kendricks." - Jeff Howe,
TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"Keion Crossen managed a pass break-up in coverage of Maurice Harris in red-zone 11-on-11 drills." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"Keion Crossen also recorded a breakup against tight end Lance Kendricks in 11s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"Cornerback Keion Crossen had a pass breakup over rookie receiver N’Keal Harry in 7-on-7s and another one over wide receiver Jakobi Meyers in 11-on-11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"Undrafted rookie WR Jakobi Meyers made a great leaping grab over Keion Crossen on a throw from Jarrett Stidham. Meyers looks like he's gaining traction. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Patriots cornerbacks won 10 of 19 1-on-1 drills over wide receivers. Meyers was the best wide receiver in the drill. Braxton Berrios also flashed with two catches. Undrafted rookie cornerback D’Angelo Ross had two pass breakups. Second-year corners JC Jackson, Duke Dawson and Keion Crossen each had one pass breakup." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"The defense also continued their strong run. The unit dominated goal-line drills and it wasn’t close with running back-after-running back being stuffed. The cornerbacks also won more 1-on-1 battles with Stephon Gilmore, D’Angelo Ross and Crossen coming up with deflections." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/01/19

"WR Dontrelle Inman made his first notable play since returning to camp. He juked CB Keion Crossen to get separation down the field and make a catch." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Second-year corners J.C. Jackson and Keion Crossen both tallied breakups and rookie D'Angelo Ross had two. Ross has stood out at different points with solid ball skills in camp. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Patriots cornerbacks JC Jackson, Jonathan Jones, Keion Crossen and Joejuan Williams (two) and safeties Obi Melifonwu (two), Malik Gant and Devin McCourty had pass breakups in 1-on-1s, 7-on-7s and 11-on-11s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Crossen and undrafted rookie D’Angelo Ross had interceptions." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Ross and Keion Crossen both came up with interceptions late during 11-on-11 work working with the backups." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"The Patriots defense had nine deflections in practice – Jamie Collins (two), Duron Harmon (two), Stephon Gilmore, JoeJuan Williams, Keion Crossen, Obi Melifonwu and D’Angelo Ross." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Crossen had an active final period against Hoyer’s offense. He got beat by Damoun Patterson, then smothered Patterson on an incompletion and broke up a ball for Dontrelle Inman over three consecutive plays. " - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Hoyer finishes his hurry-up drive with a shot to the extended arms of Dontrelle Inman, smothered by Keion Crossen, for the touchdown." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"McCourty’s consecutive pass breakups early in team drills set a foretelling tone for the defense. Williams and Keion Crossen were the only other players to post multiple PBUs Thursday." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Jason McCourty had a pair of pass breakups, and J.C. Jackson, Keion Crossen, and A.J. Howard had one each." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Keion Crossen walked off with Bill Belichick as the two appeared to discuss strategy." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Pass breakups in team drills: McCourty (two), Jackson, Jones, Williams, Crossen, safety A.J. Howard and linebackers Trent Harris and Brandon King." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore and Keion Crossen broke up passes in 1-on-1s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"JC Jackson had two interceptions and also a pass breakup. After one interception he gave Bill Belichick a high-five. Other players to have pass breakups included Keion Crossen, Ken Webster and Jason McCourty." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Then there was Cody Hollister and Keion Crossen having to be separated." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"CBs Keion Crossen, Jason McCourty, and Ken Webster (who is a legit scorcher) deflected passes." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Crossen and Titans WR (and ex-Patriot) Cody Hollister mixed it up a little after one 11-on-11 snap. The “combatants,” who happen to be two of the nicest people around, chilled out quickly when Bill Belichick arrived to make peace." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"When the Patriots’ twos came in, there was a tough rep for rookie Joejuan Williams and Keion Crossen, who had a bust that resulted in an easy score. Williams also got whistled for a defensive hold in the end zone." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Ryan Tannehill threw a touchdown to Taywan Taylor when it looked like Keion Crossen blew a coverage. Titans should have scored earlier to Darius Jennings but Tannehill’s throw was awful. It bailed out Joejuan Williams, who wasn’t listening to the communication from the other DBs and he failed to adjust." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore, Ken Webster, Duke Dawson and rookie Joejuan Williams had pass breakups in 1-on-1 drills over Titans receivers. Williams’ came on an impressive play over Titans wideout Corey Davis. Webster, a seventh-round pick, Gilmore, Dawson, Jason McCourty and Keion Crossen went undefeated." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

LB Kyle Van Noy (6)
"Nice diving breakup by Kyle Van Noy." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Matt LaCosse and Kyle Van Noy pushed and shoved one another after a Brandon Bolden running play ended. A little feistiness from the teammates, who seemed to share a few contentious words." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/28/19

"Kyle Van Noy walked around Dan Skipper on one rep. Skipper has struggled in 1-on-1s the past few practices." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Linebacker Kyle Van Noy was in uniform, but did not participate in 11-on-11 drills." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Duron Harmon had a sack on an overload blitz off the edge. Kyle Van Noy had a sack shortly thereafter." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Kyle Van Noy had a tackle for a loss." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

DB Ken Webster (7)
"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (NFI) and Demaryius Thomas (PUP), cornerback Ken Webster (PUP) and safety Nate Ebner (PUP) were present but not in uniform nor participating." - Doug Kyed,
NESN - 7/27/19

"The Patriots also had Nate Ebner and Ken Webster come off the physically unable to perform list and practiced for the first time this offseason." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Safety Nate Ebner and rookie cornerback Ken Webster were removed from the physically unable to perform list." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"JC Jackson had two interceptions and also a pass breakup. After one interception he gave Bill Belichick a high-five. Other players to have pass breakups included Keion Crossen, Ken Webster and Jason McCourty." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"CBs Keion Crossen, Jason McCourty, and Ken Webster (who is a legit scorcher) deflected passes." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"CB Ken Webster, who just returned to practice, got beat around the end on a run." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore, Ken Webster, Duke Dawson and rookie Joejuan Williams had pass breakups in 1-on-1 drills over Titans receivers. Williams’ came on an impressive play over Titans wideout Corey Davis. Webster, a seventh-round pick, Gilmore, Dawson, Jason McCourty and Keion Crossen went undefeated.=" - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

DL Lawrence Guy (3)
"The Patriots have been heavily favoring a 3-man front on defense: Adam Butler, Mike Pennel and Lawrence Guy. " - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/27/19

"Lawrence Guy trucked Marcus Cannon in a run drill." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/27/19

"Joe Thuney stoned defensive tackle Lawrence Guy. Thuney thrives in these drills — his fundamentals are on-point. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

TE Lance Kendricks (27)
"Underwhelmed, as expected. Faded a pass route and was undercut by Jonathan Jones." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/25/19

"Kendricks wore a Randy Moss 81 in his debut on the practice field for the Pats." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/25/19

"New tight end Lance Kendricks is working with other new faces primarily, but he caught my eye early in the session when he made a diving grab in a tight area on a short Stidham throw. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Lance Kendricks made a nice diving catch of a low Stidham pass." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Tight end Lance Kendricks left practice early with an apparent injury." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Tight end Lance Kendricks left the field about midway through practice with a member of the training staff carrying his helmet. Kendricks was involved in some 11-on-11 work before leaving." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/31/19

"Elandon Roberts might have concussed Lance Kendricks during a blocking battle." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Lance Kendricks made the lead block as an H-back in the hole against Elandon Roberts (I think) and was instantly stunned a bit. He later left the field with a trainer, who was carrying Kendricks’ helmet. That’s usually a sign of concussion protocol." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Tight end Lance Kendricks left practice early with a member of the training staff." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Tight end Lance Kendricks was newly absent after leaving Wednesday’s practice early." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"After walking off field and back into Gillette with a member of the training staff carrying his helmet on Wednesday, the veteran tight end Kendricks was not see at all on Thursday." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Tight end Lance Kendricks missed his second straight practice after leaving midway through Wednesday’s work. No word on his injury as of yet." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/02/19

"The only glaring absence is TE Lance Kendricks, who appears to continue to be in concussion protocol." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Lance Kendricks was absent on Tuesday. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Lance Kendricks returned to practice after missing last week with an undisclosed injury. He was wearing a red non-contact jersey." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Lance Kendricks made a nice end-zone grab off a Jarrett Stidham pass with J.C. Jackson in coverage. Much like Patrick Chung, Kendricks didn’t appear limited in any way despite the red jersey." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Tight end Lance Kendricks returned to practice in a red non-contact jersey." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Neither Patrick Chung nor Lance Kendricks were wearing red non-contact jerseys, but there was no contact during the shorts-and-t-shirts session. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"Tight end Lance Kendricks removed his red non-contact jersey and participated in full in all the drills." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Lance Kendricks wore the red non-contact jersey to start but eventually removed it for a blue numberless jersey. He was cleared for contact and wasn’t shy about throwing his body around" - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Kendricks’ drop was also the first time Brady targeted him in camp. Kendricks missed about a week and a half with an undisclosed injury but definitely adds value to the position, that drop notwithstanding. Let’s see if he really distinguishes himself in the preseason." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Lance Kendrick just returned after missing several practices, and although he started the day wearing his red, non-contact jersey he switched to a blank blue one and took part fully in the proceedings." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"TE Lance Kendricks wore a red noncontact jersey at the start of the session but later switched into a blank blue jersey and definitely engaged in some contact blocking." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Lance Kendricks wore LaCosse’s No. 83 while Patrick Chung stuck to his red non-contact jersey." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Lance Kendricks had one catch from Hoyer but did throw his weight around effectively as a blocker." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Safety Patrick Chung still wore a red non-contact jersey. Tight end Lance Kendricks has shed his." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

DL Michael Bennett (34)
"Defensive end Michael Bennett returned to practice after three days of excused absences to tend to a personal matter. He looked strong in his return to the field in the run and pass game." - Doug Kyed,
NESN - 7/28/19

"In Bennett’s training camp debut, he dominated the second-team defense as a hugely disruptive presence. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/28/19

"He took part in some physical 11-on-11 work and showed exceptional quickness at times. One particular play he easily sidestepped rookie Hjalte Froholdt and was in position to make a stop in the run game. Bennett should be a huge addition to the defensive line." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/28/19

"Michael Bennett showed no signs of rust in his first practice. Bennett blew by rookie guard Hjalte Froholdt on one rep during 11s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Bennett wasted no time showing up from Hawaii by jumping right into drills (not exactly sure how he could do that, maybe he just waived his rights, because the CBA mandates players stay out of pads for their first two days after reporting). He won his two one-on-one reps against Marcus Cannon and Ted Karras, and he also had back-to-back run stuffs against the first-team offense. Welcome, Mr. Bennett." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Bennett had a terrific swim move inside in 11 on 11 and left the offensive line grasping at air." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Didn’t participate much in his first day back but, when he did, he was very impactful. Patriots are going to have some fun with him this year." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"The veteran pass-rusher was strong in 1-on-1s, testing Marcus Cannon and Shaq Mason, and he helped the second defense make a run-stuff in 11-on-11 work by penetrating through the middle of the offensive line from the three-technique spot." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Bennett impressively flung Mason to the ground on one rep." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"In 1-on-1 line drills, defensive lineman Michael Bennett logged an easy win over guard Shaq Mason — that doesn’t happen often." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Nice little battle between Joe Thuney and Michael Bennett. Thuney stoned Bennett on the first rep, but Bennett came back for a win the next time they faced one another." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Bennett is really fun to watch and he had some great matchups with Thuney and Mason." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Michael Bennett left the practice field with a large bandage on his forehead, right in the area where players have to get used to wearing a helmet again early in camp." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Michael Bennett with a TFL, then Hightower and Bennett combined for a stuff." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Michael Bennett briefly got into some extracurriculars with tackle Dan Skipper during a run-blocking drill. The two tangled for a half second after the whistle and Bennett appeared to take exception, slapping Skipper upside the helmet. Skipper responded by flipping him the ol' double-birds and going on with his day." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"Things did get a bit testy on Monday. During a blocking drill, Michael Bennett took offense to a Dan Skipper hold. When the whistle blew, Bennett took a swing and hit Skipper in the helmet. The offensive lineman responded by giving Bennett a double bird salute with both middle fingers." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Skipper and Michael Bennett appeared to get into it during 1-on-1 drills with Skipper flipping the bird in the direction of Bennett. Nothing ensued afterwards, though." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"A few reporters spotted tackle Dan Skipper flip the double bird to defensive end Michael Bennett during a scuffle between the two." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"The early 1-on-1 battles between the offensive and defensive line set a tone for the day. One particular rep involved Cannon and Michael Bennett, which the tackle throwing the defender down to the turf to end the play. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Bennett went against Skipper on a run play and the tackle seemed to neutralize him and finished his block effectively. Bennett took exception and took a swipe at Skipper’s head, which led the tackle to illustrate his displeasure with a hand gesture (two of them in fact). " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Marcus Cannon rag-dolled Michael Bennett to the ground during a one-on-one rep. Later, during a positional blocking drill, Bennett got animated following another matchup with Cannon. Few have handled Bennett with ease this summer, so that continues to speak to Cannon’s strong camp." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"If sacks were allowed, Michael Bennett would have had two, and Derek Rivers and Shilique Calhoun each would have had one." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"During 1-on-1s, Marcus Cannon and Bennett had a great rep that basically looked like two sumo wrestlers going toe to toe — there wasn’t much room to operate, and there was a lot of pushing and pulling." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Skipper largely handled Bennett, who didn’t like being driven back. Bennett responded with a push and then a borderline punch to Skipper’s face. They were separated, and then Skipper had the final “word” when he flashed double middle fingers at Bennett." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Michael Bennett, Shilique Calhoun and John Simon all would’ve earned sacks during 11-on-11s." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Bennett played more true defensive end than he has in recent weeks. Shockingly, he again thrived at 1-on-1 pass rush." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Michael Bennett smacked left tackle Dan Skipper in the helmet after an intense one-on-one battle where it appeared Skipper got a little grabby up high. Skipper responded with a double hand gesture that’s familiar to everybody who’s ever driven down the Southeast Expressway." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Defensive end Michael Bennett and Skipper got into a scrap. Bennett slapped Skipper in the helmet, and Skipper flipped him off." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Marcus Cannon bested Bennett in an earlier duel, tossing the defensive end to the ground with a powerful right arm shove." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Michael Bennett and Dont’a Hightower collapsed the pocket for what would have been a sack of Mariota on the first 11-on-11 rep. Hightower was flagged for offsides on the next snap." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Overall, the pass rush had another strong day. The front seven keeps stringing them together. Good looks by Winovich, Rivers, Shilique Calhoun, Dont’a Hightower and Michael Bennett." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Defensively, Michael Bennett and Danny Shelton stood out during 1-on-1s against the Titans offensive line. Both dominated their reps with Bennett’s quickness apparent even from afar." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"It took about five minutes into the first competitive period for Michael Bennett and Taylor Lewan — both known as prickly — to get into it." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"Chipiness also occurred in some linemen 1-on-1 drills with Michael Bennett appearing to get separated from a Titans defender." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

OL Marcus Cannon (12)
"The big men had some one-on-one battles at the far end of the field. Derek Rivers beat Marcus Cannon, Mike Pennel bull-rushed Ted Karras in a good battle, James Ferentz beat both Adam Butler and Nick Thurman in good action." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Cannon was guilty of a false start and had to run a lap midway through practice. Later, newcomer J.J. Deilman was forced to do the same." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/28/19

"Cannon completely shutdown Wise on his first rep of camp." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Nothing like a little more cash in your pocket to make you play a little better. Cannon has his best day of camp and was largely flawless in 1-on-1s." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"The first-team offensive line is still Marcus Cannon, Shaq Mason, David Andrews, Joe Thuney and Dan Skipper." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Marcus Cannon pancaked Jarrad Davis." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"The early 1-on-1 battles between the offensive and defensive line set a tone for the day. One particular rep involved Cannon and Michael Bennett, which the tackle throwing the defender down to the turf to end the play. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Marcus Cannon rag-dolled Michael Bennett to the ground during a one-on-one rep. Later, during a positional blocking drill, Bennett got animated following another matchup with Cannon. Few have handled Bennett with ease this summer, so that continues to speak to Cannon’s strong camp." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"During 1-on-1s, Marcus Cannon and Bennett had a great rep that basically looked like two sumo wrestlers going toe to toe — there wasn’t much room to operate, and there was a lot of pushing and pulling." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Marcus Cannon bested Bennett in an earlier duel, tossing the defensive end to the ground with a powerful right arm shove." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Patterson had a ball broken up by Adoree Jackson, but that play would have resulted in a sack against Marcus Cannon in a game." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Marcus Cannon may have been the Patriots best offensive lineman during their 1-on-1 work. Cannon has enjoyed a strong camp and has yet to miss any time – something that’s been a problem for him periodically in the past." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

WR Maurice Harris (45)
"Later in an 11-on-11 drill, Stidham, rolling to his left, threw across his body to find Maurice Harris in the back of the end zone. It was an impressive display of arm strength and athleticism by Stidham. To credit Stidham further, he showed nice touch on a touchdown throw to James White, though Brandon King, who is more of a special teams player, was in coverage." - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Harris continues to stick out. The veteran receiver led all wide outs with four catches in 11-on-11s. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Harris had a great day. He was on the receiving end of Stidham’s nice roll-out pass, but he was also one of Hoyer’s favorite targets in 11-on-11 work, catching all four passes sent his way in those periods. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Thought he was terrific with several nice catches. You know what stands out about him? He plucks the ball out of the air with his hands, and he does so very quietly. Really nice hands." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Maurice Harris continues to catch everything thrown his way. He’s off to a strong start thus far." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"We keep saying this, but wide receiver Maurice Harris continues to stand out. He snagged a ball out of the air during full-team drills on a throw from Hoyer." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/27/19

"Maurice Harris once again had a solid day at receiver and Harry had a nice back shoulder grab in the end zone on a Brian Hoyer throw." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/27/19

"Didn’t run the route Brady wanted on his first attempt of the day and it was nearly picked off by Stephon Gilmore. Harris heard it from Brady on the way back to the huddle." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/27/19

"Here’s your daily reminder that wide receiver Maurice Harris looks great. With Julian Edelman out, he’s been the Patriots’ best receiver, and it’s not particularly close. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady also seems to greatly enjoy throwing it to him." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"On the offensive side of the ball, no player has been as consistent as Maurice Harris. The 6-foot-3 receiver hasn’t had a down day yet. He’s not going to blow anyone away with athleticism, but he’s always in the right spot. He’s aggressive in going after the ball, and he’s shown an ability to make some difficult catches. At this point, Harris seems like a virtual lock to make the roster." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Quarterback Tom Brady found wide receiver Maurice Harris in the end zone in 11-on-11 action, and Brady reportedly went over to Harris and banged his helmet with both hands to celebrate." - Trevor Hass, Boston.com - 7/28/19

"There’s little doubt he’s been the best receiver of the bunch by a good margin to this point. Brady seems to be looking for him, and he keeps delivering." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Maurice Harris had another strong day, the veteran receiver catching a lot of balls, including some thrown low and behind him. It’s still early, but the newcomer at the thin position is well on his way to earning not just a roster spot but maybe a role among the top receivers on the depth chart." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Brady completed a TD to Harris right at the goal line late in practice in team action, scoring just in front of Devin McCourty." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Another steady and strong practice for Maurice Harris. He doesn’t make the sexiest plays on the field, but he racks up catches and has proven reliable. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"The other two Brady completions went to Maurice Harris, who had an acrobatic grab early and remains one of the team's most consistent wideouts through camp. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Maurice Harris and Jakobi Meyers continued to have strong camps. Harris made a highlight reel catch on a Brady deep ball over Gilmore. Meyers had a nice back shoulder grab later in practice. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Maurice Harris had a rare drop on what would have been a very easy reception, but he later made a leaping catch over Gilmore." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Receiver Maurice Harris logged a drop, which is notable because he demonstrated excellent hands until his preseason game in Week 1 when he had two drops. Harris later made a leaping grab over Gilmore — one of the most impressive efforts from practice." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Maurice Harris committed a brutal drop on a trick play. Harris found himself wide open — too open, apparently — along the sideline and couldn’t haul in the Tom Brady pass. In an 11-on-11 session that followed, Harris out-jumped Stephon Gilmore to pull down a contested grab on a deep throw. It was the highlight catch of the afternoon." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Maurice Harris also turned Duke Dawson around during 1on-1s with a nice double move." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Joejuan Williams did a nice job staying with Maurice Harris on a deep pattern down the right sideline. Harris couldn’t get position on the rookie, who managed to knock the pass away with an impressive leap." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Brady starts off the 11 on 11 period with a sailing ball to Maurice Harris near-sideline, hauling it in over the head of Gilmore. Harris earned some loud praise from Brady." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Minutes after allowing a long Tom Brady spiral to slip through his hands while he stood all alone on the sideline, Maurice Harris plucked another deep throw from Brady over the best cornerback on the league. " - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Maurice Harris made one of the toughest plays of the summer when he high-pointed a medium Tom Brady pass over the middle despite tight coverage from Stephon Gilmore. When you’ve beaten Gilmore this summer, you’ve earned it" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Harris climbed the ladder to pull in a catch over Gilmore, making up for his drop." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Drops in team drills: Harris and Etling." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Wide receiver Maurice Harris had a bad drop on a trick play that left him wide open down the field. The drops are beginning to add up for Harris, who had an up-and-down first preseason game. He's lost momentum since looking like the best receiver on the field in minicamp, but he certainly still has a chance to make the team. He later made a nice catch against Stephon Gilmore, a rarity for anyone on the Pats. That drew some enthusiastic praise from Tom Brady." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"Harris walked slowly with head trainer Jim Whalen from one field to the other in between periods. Harris removed his shoes and took a knee on the sideline for the final 11-on-11 period." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"The reasons for the early departures of Dorsett, Harris, and Roberts are unclear. All three players remained on the field until the end of practice, which likely means they’re not dealing with serious injuries. Dorsett appeared to be dealing with some type of left hand injury." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Wide receiver Maurice Harris made an impressive one-handed catch during 1-on-1s early in practice. He broke his route toward the sideline and snagged a bullet of a pass with his left hand." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"During the session, in 11-on-11 drills Phillip Dorsett appeared to land hard on his left side and then left the field with head trainer Jim Whalen. Dorsett returned, but rode a stationary bike off to the side. Then, Maurice Harris appeared to get banged up as well later on, Although he stayed on the field, he didn't participate again in the practice." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Phillip Dorsett, Maurice Harris and Elandon Roberts didn’t finish practice due to injuries. Dorsett left with trainer Jim Whalen and returned to the field without pads. … Dan Skipper was throwing up while getting carted off the field after practice." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady made a few terrific throws, including a long gain to Dorsett up the left seam and an absolute beauty to Berrios on an over route with the ball sailing over two levels of zone defenders. Brady and Harris also connected on a nice back-shoulder throw." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Maurice Harris had an up and down day. Aside from the drop and injury, he also slipped and fell for a Stidham incompletion." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Later, the Patriots saw Maurice Harris leave the field with an unknown malady." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Roberts appeared to suffer a foot injury while Harris didn’t seem to sustain any apparent injury." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"WRs Phillip Dorsett and Maurice Harris didn’t finish practice. Dorsett was shaken up when he came down hard after making one of the best plays of the day, a leaping grab of a seam pass from Tom Brady. He left with a trainer but came back without pads and watched some of practice." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"It’s unclear what happened to Harris, who was on one knee with his shoes off at one point." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Dorsett and Harris were having solid sessions before they were cut short. Harris’s best catch came on a route where he stopped short and shook his defender before a making a back-shoulder snag from Brady" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Phillip Dorsett, Maurice Harris and N’Keal Harry did not participate in practice. Dorsett had his hand taped when he was spotted." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Maurice Harris has a lower leg injury and I’m hearing he may be a while." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"WR Maurice Harris, who was dinged up Wednesday, wasn’t spotted. WR Cam Meredith (PUP), TEs Matt LaCosse (sprained ankle) and Stephen Anderson, and OT Yody Cajuste (NFI) also were not in attendance" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Wide receivers Maurice Harris and Cameron Meredith (physically unable to perform), tight ends Stephen Anderson and Matt LaCosse and offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste (non-football injury) weren’t spotted at practice." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

TE Matt LaCosse (26)
"If you squinted a bit, you’d think that TE Matt LaCosse has a lot of Gronk in him. Same sort of weird gate running down the field. Big kid." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/25/19

"In 11-on-11 drills, tight end Matt LaCosse made an impressive grab down the middle of the field, somehow pulling in the ball with Elandon Roberts draped all over him." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Tight end Matt LaCosse also made a nice leaping grab." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"LaCosse (on a dangerous pass over the middle by Hoyer), Braxton Berrios (on a pass thrown behind him by Stidham) and Ryan Davis (in an individual drill) all had drops. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Tight end Matt LaCosse delivered the highlight play of the morning, fending off tight coverage from Elandon Roberts and Duron Harmon for a long touchdwon catch down the middle of the field." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"One standout play came from Matt LaCosse, a tight end signed in March. With linebacker Elandon Roberts covering him fairly effectively, LaCosse plucked Brian Hoyer’s pass from over Roberts’s shoulder to make an impressive catch that the crowd appreciated." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"Matt LaCosse had a great seam catch in traffic at the goal line on a Gronk pattern. Not bad at all." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Hoyer completed passes to Braxton Berrios, Rex Burkhead, James White, Brandon Bolden, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse, James Develin, and Phillip Dorsett in team drills." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Nick Caserio was on the field and tossing fade routes and quick slants in goalline situations on a side session with Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse" - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Matt LaCosse and Kyle Van Noy pushed and shoved one another after a Brandon Bolden running play ended. A little feistiness from the teammates, who seemed to share a few contentious words." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/28/19

"During an 11-on-11 walkthrough (half-speed), tight end Matt LaCosse didn’t seem to get his head around in time for a throw from Brian Hoyer. As a result, safety Terrence Brooks nabbed an interception. LaCosse later had to run a lap. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Tight end Matt LaCosse appeared to make a grab over the middle before the ball hit the turf." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Tight ends Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse dropped passes." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"The offense didn’t finish on a particularly high note, as tight ends Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse committed drops in the final period. The ball clanged off Watson’s facemask on a short throw from Brady." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Tight end Matt LaCosse had an up-and-down day, making a nice catch over the middle on a pass from Brady in the 11-on-11 session. It wasn’t all good news for LaCosse though, as he made multiple drops in team drills." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 8/01/19

"Had one drop and another one that was borderline when he couldn’t haul in a back-shoulder pass from Brady." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Good seam pass from Brady to LaCosse against Duron Harmon. We know what that pass means to this offense." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Matt LaCosse had a bad false start during the hurry-up period." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"Tight end Matt LaCosse had a bad false start on a Brady hard count on the final play of the hurry-up drill. The veteran immediately ran a lap, one around the entire outer edge of the fields, which is longer than the cut-corners version many players put forth." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Matt LaCosse committed a false start during one of the final 11-on-11 periods. He was forced to run a lap." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/02/19

"Tom Brady was intercepted by Lions linebacker Jalen Reeves-Mabin in goal line 7-on-7 drills. Brady was targeting tight end Matt LaCosse, who was running across the field." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"The new on the injury front wasn’t all good, however. N’Keal Harry and Matt LaCosse both suffered injuries in the win over the Lions and weren’t in uniform. Harry appeared to sustain a hamstring injury during joint practices in Detroit but suited up and caught a pair of passes in the game against the Lions. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Tight end Matt LaCosse, wide receiver N’Keal Harry and cornerback D’Angelo Ross were absent from practice. LaCosse and Harry both suffered injuries in Thursday’s preseason game against the Detroit Lions." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Wide receiver N’Keal Harry, offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste (non-football injury) and tight end Matt LaCosse (ankle) weren’t spotted at practice. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"WR Maurice Harris, who was dinged up Wednesday, wasn’t spotted. WR Cam Meredith (PUP), TEs Matt LaCosse (sprained ankle) and Stephen Anderson, and OT Yody Cajuste (NFI) also were not in attendance" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Wide receivers Maurice Harris and Cameron Meredith (physically unable to perform), tight ends Stephen Anderson and Matt LaCosse and offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste (non-football injury) weren’t spotted at practice." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

DL Mike Pennel (9)
"The big men had some one-on-one battles at the far end of the field. Derek Rivers beat Marcus Cannon, Mike Pennel bull-rushed Ted Karras in a good battle, James Ferentz beat both Adam Butler and Nick Thurman in good action." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"The Patriots have been heavily favoring a 3-man front on defense: Adam Butler, Mike Pennel and Lawrence Guy. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/27/19

"Mike Pennel is a force inside in team drills, but he’s average in 1-on-1s." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Center David Andrews continues to work his way back into the mix. Andrews took part in some 11-on-11 drills, but split time with Ted Karras. Andrews also did some limited 1-on-1 work. He stoned defensive tackle Mike Pennel on one rep." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Guard Ted Karras also stonewalled defensive tackles Mike Pennel and Nick Thurman. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"This may be an odd observation, but Pennel ran an impressive lap for a man his size (330 pounds). Oftentimes linemen laps are more power-walks with big arm swings than anything else. Pennel was actually moving. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Pennell continues to buried on the depth chart." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"I haven’t had much of an issue with his play so far but it’s obvious the Patriots do because he’s basically been relegated to the third team when it comes to team drills." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Elandon Roberts and Mike Pennel had a stuff." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

WR Matthew Slater (5)
"Matthew Slater once again worked on his own thing for the duration of practice. At the top of his craft, he spent an entire two hours refining his technique as a gunner. It’s impressive." - Jeff Howe,
TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"Matthew Slater departed for the lower field after the team stretching early in practice. " - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Ebner and Matthew Slater worked together on the opposite field during 11-on-11 periods. Slater raced upfield in coverage while Ebner would do his best to mirror him as a blocker. The pair spent quite a bit of time together in that capacity." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Nate Ebner and Matthew Slater worked together on the lower rehab field during practice. They were joined by the kickers during that time." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/13/19

"Even Matthew Slater and Butler mixed it up." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

DB Nate Ebner (8)
"Ebner participated in an early stretching period with the team. He appears closer than others to returning to full strength." - Matt Dolloff,
98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/25/19

"Wide receivers Julian Edelman (NFI) and Demaryius Thomas (PUP), cornerback Ken Webster (PUP) and safety Nate Ebner (PUP) were present but not in uniform nor participating." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/27/19

"Ebner worked to the side with Matthew Slater much of the time, indicating that he's still in good standing as a core special teamer. He's got plenty of competition at safety, though, with Terrence Brooks and Obi Melifonwu pushing for spots behind Devin McCourty, Patrick Chung, and Duron Harmon." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"The Patriots also had Nate Ebner and Ken Webster come off the physically unable to perform list and practiced for the first time this offseason." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Ebner and Matthew Slater worked together on the opposite field during 11-on-11 periods. Slater raced upfield in coverage while Ebner would do his best to mirror him as a blocker. The pair spent quite a bit of time together in that capacity." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Nate Ebner returned to his old home as the personal protector on the punt team." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Safety Nate Ebner and rookie cornerback Ken Webster were removed from the physically unable to perform list." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Nate Ebner and Matthew Slater worked together on the lower rehab field during practice. They were joined by the kickers during that time." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/13/19

WR N'Keal Harry (73)
"Brady and Hoyer had two side sessions with rookie N’Keal Harry and veteran tight end Ben Watson. Harry made a nice touchdown grab in 11-on-11s from Brady." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/25/19

"Harry and Ben Watson were the players selected for a side session with Brady, Hoyer, and OC Josh McDaniels. Harry was working with McDaniels on getting a quick release off the line." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/25/19

"Brady and Harry connected for a loud touchdown close to the goal line. Brady fired a rocket to the rookie, who jumped to secure the catch in the end zone." - Jeff Howe, TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"Brady was able to hook up with Harry for a touchdown during 11-on-11 work in the red zone, drawing a hearty cheer in the process. Harry used his body effectively in shielding off the defender and made a leaping catch just past the goal line for what fans certainly hope was the first of many touchdowns for the tandem." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/25/19

"Harry’s size and physicality stands out. He could easily be confused for a linebacker if you watched him only during warmups (and not just because he’s wearing the No. 50 jersey)." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"Brady practiced throwing jump balls and fade routes to Harry, who could — and probably should — immediately become one of the team’s top red zone targets." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"N’Keal Harry also worked one-on-one with Brady, and caught the first touchdown in the 11-on-11 drills." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/25/19

"Brady worked to the side with N'Keal Harry and Ben Watson over two separate sessions. Josh McDaniels also worked with Harry and Brady for these drills. They seemed to be teaching Harry some of the smaller details that he'll need to pick up to build a strong rapport with Brady as a rookie." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/25/19

"Receiver N’Keal Harry had a false start and the offense had to run a lap." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Late in the practice, Harry wasn’t sure where to line up. Brian Hoyer had to call timeout. When they aligned again, Harry was in the wrong spot. Bill Belichick sent the entire offense for a lap and then brought the entire team together on the middle of the field for a quick chat. Warm and fuzzy, I’m sure. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Bill Belichick wasn’t happy with his offense at one point, after rookie N’Keal Harry lined up in the wrong spot on back-to-back plays, and made the unit do a lap around the field. That included Brady." - Staff, CBS Local - 7/26/19

"First-round pick N’Keal Harry got his official welcome to training camp when, at one point, he lined up in the wrong place on consecutive plays. After the first, the offense reset and lined up again. When Harry again wasn’t in the right place, Bill Belichick waved the offense off and made the entire unit (including coaches) run a lap." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Two days in and he’s already drawn the ire of Belichick, caused everyone to run a lap and get a bitch-out session from the HC. Still, the dude can play." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"In one of the final 11-on-11 drills, N'Keal Harry appeared to line up in the wrong spot on two straight plays and Belichick made the entire offense, including Brady and the coaches, take a lap. Then all 90 players gathered around Belichick, who spoke for several minutes." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/26/19

"Harry caught a leaping touchdown pass from Hoyer in the end zone over Jackson." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/27/19

"Rookie receiver N’Keal Harry came down with a touchdown grab on a fade route in the back left corner of the end zone. The ball was well thrown by Brian Hoyer." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/27/19

"N’Keal Harry came up with a nice touchdown catch in the back left corner of the end zone, beating Jackson by high-pointing Hoyer’s pass." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/27/19

"N’Keal Harry caught a really nice touchdown pass from Brian Hoyer. He showed his athleticism by leaping over J.C. Jackson in the corner of the end zone." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Harry made a nice downfield block on Stephon Gilmore during a long run from Brandon Bolden. Good effort there from the rookie wideout. He could be a force as a blocker given his size and strength (27 bench reps of 225 pounds at the combine). " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Drop by Harry. He’s also lined up wrong a few times, as is his norm." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/29/19

"There was one drop in 11-on-11s, and it was rookie N'Keal Harry. He had his man beat down the left sideline and the ball dropped in nearly perfectly for him, but he couldn't complete the play." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/29/19

"N’Keal Harry continues to struggle catching the ball a bit. He dropped a slant that bounced off his chest early in practice. Later, he dropped a nice deep ball down the right sideline." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/29/19

"The first-round pick had his roughest day as he also had two drops in passing drills. Harry made a couple of nice grabs, but landed awkwardly on his back on one play. He was slow to get up, but stayed on the field afterward." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Harry’s struggles catching the ball continued but he definitely has shown the ability to use his large frame well to protect the ball. Anytime he gets inside position the corner seems powerless to prevent him from making the catch. He and J.C. Jackson had some physical battles during the 1 on 1s early on." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/31/19

"Dropped two shallow crosses and then another dime down the sideline by Brady. Had a couple of really nice catches, but he has to get a lot more consistent. Harry also pulled up a little lame after the final drop. Great." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"N’Keal Harry had a rough go of it, the worst of his career with four (4) drops one of which irritated Brady and he let the rookie know it. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Rookie wide receiver N’Keal Harry went up and snagged a pass from Hoyer over cornerback Jason McCourty in a later 11-on-11. He had a bad drop from Brady later in 11-on-11s but made up for it on the next play with a diving catch on a scramble drill. He later had another drop from Brady after beating cornerback Stephon Gilmore. He dropped three passes overall Wednesday." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"11-on-11: Brian Hoyer threw a pass to N’Keal Harry a bit off target. But Harry fought through Jason McCourty for a physical and athletic catch." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"J.C. Jackson and Harry had a pair of reps against one another, with Harry unable to haul in an on-target throw on the first rep and Harry shielding Jackson for a catch on the second." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"N'Keal Harry epitomized his up-and-down camp on consecutive plays. First, he dropped a shallow crosser from Brian Hoyer and appeared disgusted with himself. But on the next snap, he leapt and made a nice catch on a deep ball from Brady. The kid's physical tools are undeniable; for him it's about consistency and picking up the offense, which remains a work in progress. He also dropped a pass right off his hands in a late 11-on-11 two-minute drill, after he had Stephon Gilmore beat. He had four drops in total." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Rough practice for rookie receiver N’Keal Harry. Yes, Harry made one of the top plays of the day, hanging in the air on a route down the left sideline and snagging a pass from Tom Brady as he fell. But Harry committed four drops on the day, three of which came in team drills. " - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Harry had an impressive diving grab from Stidham. He avoided drops and snagged two more impressive catches in 11-on-11s from quarterback Brian Hoyer." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Harry and linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley got into a scuffle during 11s. It never progressed into a fight." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Receiver N’Keal Harry and linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley went flying into the backfield during an 11-on-11 drill. It looked like Harry was finishing a block and put Bentley on his back. Bentley didn’t appreciate it and they had some words after the play." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Harry rebounded on Thursday after logging four drops on Wednesday. The rookie wideout made two athletic catches, with a diving reception in the end zone on a deep ball from Stidham. Harry also made an acrobatic jump-ball catch over 2019 second-round pick Joejuan Williams." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"After dropping four passes on Wednesday, N’Keal Harry responded with a solid practice. He caught the deep ball from Stidham, as well as a deep ball from Brian Hoyer. Harry beat rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams and made a diving catch during 11-on-11 hurry-ups." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Tom Brady hit N'Keal Harry with a quick strike under interior pressure from DT Adam Butler." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"In a late 11-on-11 drill, Harry beat rookie CB Joejuan Williams and reeled in the ball as he toppled to the ground, drawing loud cheers from the crowd. Harry got up and threw his arms in the air in celebration and chest-bumped with WR Braxton Berrios. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"After a series of drops on Wednesday, wide receiver N’Keal Harry flashed his potential on Thursday. He caught one touchdown on a quality throw from fellow rookie Jarrett Stidham in the corner of the end zone, and scored again on a diving catch from Brian Hoyer." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 8/01/19

"Harry had a great haul on a deep pass for a touchdown that left Duron Harmon upset with Joejuan Williams." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"N’Keal Harry spent time with a member of the medical staff prior to practice, flexing his right shoulder in discomfort. The rookie receiver then did the same motion throughout the work out, seemingly after every catch or block, both in drills and group work." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"After a tough practice one day prior, Harry's athleticism and contested-catch ability re-emerged on Thursday. His diving grab on a Stidham fade and his adjustment to a bomb from Hoyer late were two of the best plays of the day. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Seemed to get a bit of a demotion to the second team, but give Harry credit for battling and having a very good day overall. After bottoming out two days ago, Harry is starting to make steady progress." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"N’Keal Harry had maybe his best practice of the summer, catching seemingly every pass thrown his way throughout the session, not something that could be said of previous workouts. Harry didn’t get a lot of run with Tom Brady’s group, but the first-rounder has to be happy with the way he caught the ball on Friday." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"N’Keal Harry worked less with the first-team offense — undrafted free agent Jakobi Meyers has stolen some of those reps. Instead, Harry spent extended time with Brian Hoyer and the second-team and Jarrett Stidham and the third-team. Harry did spend time with Brady in team drills — it is just less than in previous practices." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/02/19

"Harry laid out for his deep reception from Brady." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Rookie receiver N’Keal Harry made the most athletic play of the day, diving to haul in a deep Brady pass down the right sideline. Harry noticed that he wasn’t touched by a defender as he tumbled to the ground, so he popped up and picked up yards after the catch." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"TOP PLAYS: Brady to N’Keal Harry down the right sideline. Completely laid out. Tremendous catch." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Patriots rookie N’Keal Harry also had a brief shoving match with Lions cornerback Amani Oruwarive." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Harry had a solid day, but also had a scare. Following one play, the receiver limped off the field grabbing the back of his right leg. Patriots trainer Jim Whalen stretched Harry for a while before meeting with Bill Belichick. Harry played one more snap at practice where he run blocked and then mixed it up with Oruwarive." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Prior to the injury, Harry made two highlight reel catches – one-handed touchdown grab and a circus catch that was bobbled and deflected." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"*One injury to monitor going forward: Wide receiver N’Keal Harry exited during 11-on-11s with a right leg injury. Harry screamed in frustration as he limped to the sideline, where he consulted with head trainer Jim Whalen. For several minutes, Whalen stretched out Harry. The rookie wideout did some light jogging, but continued to rub his right hamstring. He briefly returned to practice. Harry sat out of the final period, a hurry-up drill." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"The team’s first-round pick scared a lot of people when he dove for a pass and didn’t immediately get up. He had to be helped off the field by trainer Jim Whalen. After some stretching and running under Whalen’s watchful eye, Harry returned to practice fully. That was a welcomed sight." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"N’Keal Harry had a tremendous one-handed catch from Jarrett Stidham." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"N’Keal Harry appeared to suffer a right leg injury (certainly looked to be a hamstring) about midway through practice. Harry limped to the sideline and spent several minutes with head trainer Jim Whalen. He did several light jogs under Whalen’s watch and seemed to labor quite a bit while trying to stay on the field. He was able to avoid an early trip to the locker room but did not do much from that point on, and he didn’t run the conditioning sprints up the hill at the end of practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"On Tuesday he made a terrific one-handed touchdown catch over Amani Oruwariye in the end zone. Incidentally, Oruwariye is a 6-2, 205-pound corner out of Penn State so it’s not like he took advantage of a smaller opponents. He caught the fade from Jarrett Stidham and jumped to his feet celebrating after seeing the nearby official signal touchdown, representing one of the highlights for the offense on a day that didn’t feature many." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"N'Keal Harry ended up being a limited participant because he tweaked his right leg midway through the session. He sat out an offensive period, later returned, and did some blocking. He didn't run a route after getting hurt, nor did he go through the team's full hill workout after practice." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Brian Hoyer went 6-for-6 in 7-on-7 work, completing a pass to Harry that was just . . . ridiculous. Harry looked late for a back-shoulder throw, tipped it up, and he ended up catching it while laying on his back on the ground." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"The new on the injury front wasn’t all good, however. N’Keal Harry and Matt LaCosse both suffered injuries in the win over the Lions and weren’t in uniform. Harry appeared to sustain a hamstring injury during joint practices in Detroit but suited up and caught a pair of passes in the game against the Lions. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Tight end Matt LaCosse, wide receiver N’Keal Harry and cornerback D’Angelo Ross were absent from practice. LaCosse and Harry both suffered injuries in Thursday’s preseason game against the Detroit Lions." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Wide receiver N’Keal Harry, offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste (non-football injury) and tight end Matt LaCosse (ankle) weren’t spotted at practice. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"Still no sign of Harry, the Patriots’ 2019 first-round pick, after he suffered an apparent injury in Week 1 of the preseason. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/13/19

"While Harry was on the field at the start, he didn't do much at all and appeared to have some trouble just walking. The rookie left the field after stretching and returned not in pads." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Harry was in uniform for the start of the practice but didn’t do anything. He watched the early walkthrough then walked over to a rookie huddle on the far field while the rest of the veterans were stretching. And while the rookies briskly jogged back to join the team stretch, Harry only walked, which is notable because he has been dealing with a hamstring injury and potentially another minor leg ailment. Harry’s presence is at least an indication he isn’t too far from returning" - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Also a bit of a surprise was seeing rookie wideout N’Keal Harry on the field and suited up. But he was only out for a moment at the start of practice before peeling off." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Harry was in uniform but didn’t even take part in the early warmups before eventually going inside for rehab work. He returned after practice and caught passes while standing still off the JUGGS machine." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Harry, who didn’t participate in any team work, caught a round of balls shot out of a JUGS machine. Ditto for Olszewski and Davis." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Harry was again in uniform for the start of practice but didn’t participate. He watched the walkthrough then went inside for rehab." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Phillip Dorsett, Maurice Harris and N’Keal Harry did not participate in practice. Dorsett had his hand taped when he was spotted." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Harry and Dorsett suited up and took part in stretching before practice but then went inside the Titans bubble for some rehab work. Both later returned but not in pads as Harry caught some passes from Jarrett Stidham on the Patriots sideline late in practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"While Phillip Dorsett and N'Keal Harry were present, they didn't do much of anything and departed the field after stretching." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"WRs Phillip Dorsett and N’Keal Harry were in uniform but they left after warm-ups and returned near the end of practice as spectators." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Wideouts Phillip Dorsett and N’Keal Harry were limited in practice and departed after warmups." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

DL Nick Thurman (8)
"The big men had some one-on-one battles at the far end of the field. Derek Rivers beat Marcus Cannon, Mike Pennel bull-rushed Ted Karras in a good battle, James Ferentz beat both Adam Butler and Nick Thurman in good action." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"In 1-on-1 line drills, defensive lineman Nick Thurman beat newcomer offensive lineman J.J. Dielman so badly that he had to run a lap." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/28/19

"Backup defensive lineman Nick Thurman looked impressive in his individual 1-on-1 against Tyree St. Louis. " - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/31/19

"Guard Ted Karras also stonewalled defensive tackles Mike Pennel and Nick Thurman. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Thurman beat guard Tyler Gauthier handily." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Nick Thurman powered his way through two offensive linemen." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"Offensive lineman Tyree St. Louis and defensive lineman Nick Thurman got in a little extra one-on-one session that featured some heavy hitting." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Good reps: Patriots defensive tackle Nick Thurman showed off an impressive swim move." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

DB Obi Melifonwu (19)
"Obi Melifonwu finished with two interceptions – one off a Terrence Brooks deflection. " - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Obi Melifonwu had a pass-breakup in 7-on-7 when he got his hands on a Hoyer throw. His size makes him an intriguing red-zone coverage option where space is hard to come by." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Devin McCourty, Duke Dawson and Obi Melifonwu all came up with interceptions during some 3-on-3 work early in practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Others to catch the eye Friday: rookie WR Jacobi Meyers out of NC State, receiver Damien Harris and defensive back Obi Melifonwu." - Dan Roche, CBS Boston - 7/26/19

"Stidham did throw a couple of interceptions in red zone drills. On the first one, Devin McCourty tipped an errant pass to himself for the pick. On the second, Terrence Brooks tipped it in the air and Obi Melifonwu came down with the ball." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Safety Obi Melifonwu picked off quarterback Brian Hoyer in 11-on-11s. Melifonwu has had a quietly good first four days of camp." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"In the following session, safety Obi Melifonwu picked off Hoyer, who was targeting tight end Ben Watson in the corner of the end zone." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/28/19

"Safety Obi Melinfonwu intercepted Brian Hoyer in the end zone during 11-on-11s. Hoyer floated a pass to Ben Watson, but Melifonwu made the play and returned it out of the end zone. " - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Melifonwu had an interception on a Hoyer pass in the red zone late in the practice." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Obi Melifonwu is playing over Duron Harmon at safety" - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/29/19

"The defensive front keeps standing out in goal line drills. On Thursday, Danny Shelton and Obi Melifonwu converged to stop Brandon Bolden short of the goal line. Damien Harris then ran into a wall of defenders — led by defensive end Shilique Calhoun and defensive tackle David Parry — on the next two reps." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Obi Melifonwu took reps next to Patrick Chung with the first secondary in various team segments of the workout. That left the 6-4, 224-pounder as the deep, free safety in many situations, which is a little different wrinkle and may not be his best role." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Obi Melifonwu continues to stand out through eight days of camp. He’s made plays on the football when he’s had the opportunity, making a nice interception on Hoyer early in camp. He scooped up a James White fumble the next day. This week, he was on the field in a goal-line period and helped stuff a run. On Friday he got some reps with other starters. His size and athleticism are rare, and he appears to be stacking solid days. That’s resulted in the coaching staff giving him a few more reps, seemingly. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/02/19

"Patriots cornerbacks JC Jackson, Jonathan Jones, Keion Crossen and Joejuan Williams (two) and safeties Obi Melifonwu (two), Malik Gant and Devin McCourty had pass breakups in 1-on-1s, 7-on-7s and 11-on-11s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"It was like both coaches told their players to go about three-quarters speed. Only saw one big hit by Obi Melifonwu. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"The Patriots defense had nine deflections in practice – Jamie Collins (two), Duron Harmon (two), Stephon Gilmore, JoeJuan Williams, Keion Crossen, Obi Melifonwu and D’Angelo Ross." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Obi Melifonwu was part of the first [kickoff] group, which could be a positive sign for the safety as well." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Former Patriot Cody Hollister got loose deep down the middle and split the Patriots safeties for a big play late in practice. It appeared that Duron Harmon and Obi Melifonwu may have been in position to prevent the completion under normal conditions, but Belichick did not seem pleased after the play." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"When the Titans' first offense came out, the Patriots had a run stuff, a tipped pass by Dont'a Hightower and a third-and-10 pass defended by Obi Melifonwu intended for Anthony Firkser." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

DB Patrick Chung (16)
"At one point there was a funny sequence as the defense was preparing for a team period with players offering looks on offense against the regular defense. With Chung limited, he lined up at running back instead of his normal spot at safety. The humorous part came when Chung took a short pitch and run the ball through the defense – therefore creating a situation where a player who couldn’t be hit was actually carrying the ball." - Paul Perillo,
Patriots.com - 7/25/19

"Patrick Chung, after suffering a broken arm in the Super Bowl, wore a red non-contact jersey during practice." - Jake Levin, NBC Boston - 7/25/19

"Patrick Chung spent a good portion of practice serving as a scout-team running back." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/29/19

"Safety Patrick Chung shed his red non-contact jersey but spent most of the session as a scout-team running back." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/29/19

"Patrick Chung wore a regular blue defensive jersey, not the red non-contact shirt he’d been wearing to open camp as he works back from a broken arm and shoulder surgery. Chung actually spent a decent amount of time working as a scout team running back for Danny Etling’s look offense." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/29/19

"The hurry-up drill didn’t go quite as well for the Pats defense. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford completed four consecutive passes and capped the easy touchdown drive with a strike to rookie tight end T.J. Hockenson in the end zone. Patrick Chung was in coverage." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Jamie Collins, Patrick Chung and J.C. Jackson had interceptions as well." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Safety Patrick Chung and Gilmore had interceptions. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Patrick Chung victimized Brady on one red zone throw in 7-on-7 work." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Fresh off of an interception to Stephon Gilmore, Brady fired a pass straight into Patrick Chung’s hands as he ran in stride for a would-be pick 6." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"alk about a no-fly zone: 15 pass breakups were recorded Monday, including seven interceptions. Gilmore and Patrick Chung both picked off Brady in an opening 7-on-7 period." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Interceptions in team drills: Gilmore (two), safety Patrick Chung, linebacker Jamie Collins and Williams." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Neither Patrick Chung nor Lance Kendricks were wearing red non-contact jerseys, but there was no contact during the shorts-and-t-shirts session. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"Patrick Chung took part fully in practice but continues to wear red." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"Lance Kendricks wore LaCosse’s No. 83 while Patrick Chung stuck to his red non-contact jersey." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"Safety Patrick Chung still wore a red non-contact jersey. Tight end Lance Kendricks has shed his." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

WR Phillip Dorsett (37)
"Wide receiver Phillip Dorsett was slow to get up after making a diving touchdown catch versus Stephon Gilmore in red zone 11-on-11s. Dorsett consulted with trainer Jim Whalen and appeared to be fine. He spoke with reporters after practice." - Kevin Duffy,
Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"In an 11-on-11, Hoyer found Phillip Dorsett for a 35-yard touchdown — rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams couldn’t keep up with Dorsett’s speed." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"During 11s, wide receiver Phillip Dorsett smoked rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams for a deep touchdown on a post route. Brian Hoyer hit Dorsett in stride for the easy score." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"Brian Hoyer made a perfectly weighted toss to speedster Phillip Dorsett on a post route that went for a touchdown against rookie cornerback Joejuan Williams." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"Old reliable had another productive day and shows no signs of slowing down." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Hoyer completed passes to Braxton Berrios, Rex Burkhead, James White, Brandon Bolden, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse, James Develin, and Phillip Dorsett in team drills." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"The deep ball, which seemed to be working between the quarterbacks and Phillip Dorsett, did not click on Saturday. Contact practices can complicate the deep game — that’s seems to be what happened in this padded practice. Dorsett will need to increase his physicality to start hauling in those targets. He got two long balls and didn’t catch either on Saturday." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/27/19

"Brady threw Dorsett's way a lot in 11-on-11. Dorsett appears to grasp the Patriots offense and hold Brady's trust more than ever, which should all but assure him a roster spot considering the uncertainty elsewhere at receiver." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/29/19

"Phillip Dorsett ran a couple of effective routes during 1-on-1 drills against the defensive backs. He beat Gilmore with a sharp in-cut, and then got a step on the All-Pro corner again on a deep double move but unfortunately couldn’t hold onto to the pass as Gilmore was able to rip it free as the two went to the ground." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/31/19

"Rookie CB Joejuan Williams broke up a deep throw intended for Phillip Dorsett. He's barely made contact with a receiver or the ball so far in camp, so that counts as a step in the right direction." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Just can’t find any separation down the field. That’s probably why he hasn’t found more playing time." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"Dorsett and Brady are not putting it together. Brady seems to want to use Dorsett to stretch the field, but they can rarely — if ever — connect on deep balls. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/02/19

"TOP PLAYS: Brady to Phillip Dorsett along sidelines and out of bounds in 1 on 1s against Rashaan Melvin." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Phillip Dorsett also had a solid day. The veteran receiver caught seven passes total to lead the Patriots. On one play, a go-route, Dorsett roasted the Lions secondary to grab the long touchdown pass from Tom Brady." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Phillip Dorsett and undrafted rookie Jakobi Meyers worked with Brady in two-receiver sets." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Offensively, the highlight of the day was a Brady bomb to Phillip Dorsett in the hurry-up drill. The Pats were simulating a situation where they trailed by four points in the final minute of a game. On the first rep, Brady was nearly intercepted while throwing deep for Dorsett, who ripped the ball away from the defender. Two reps later, Brady tried his luck again. Dorsett got behind the secondary and Brady dropped the ball perfectly over his receiver’s shoulder for the score." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Brady showed great touch on a deep pass down left side for a touchdown to Phillip Dorsett." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Phillip Dorsett did turn in another positive for Tom Brady’s crew. Dorsett made a double move on the outside, drew a flag for a holding call and still managed to haul in Brady’s pass in the end zone for a 40-plus-yard touchdown. It was a play that reminiscent of Dorsett’s touchdown in Kansas City in the AFC Championship game." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"Dorsett -- who couldn't find separation on a similar route moments earlier -- hauled in the well-placed pass for a touchdown. Brady was, again, fired up and chased Dorsett into the end zone to celebrate." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Receivers Jakobi Meyers and Phillip Dorsett ran some brilliant routes. Dorsett beat cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore and J.C. Jackson." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Brady spent time working in a group with Sony Michel, James White, Ben Watson and Phillip Dorsett early in practice when most of the team was involved in positional drills. Interesting to see the work in two-back sets, something that will be worth watching as the preseason moves on." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/13/19

"The reasons for the early departures of Dorsett, Harris, and Roberts are unclear. All three players remained on the field until the end of practice, which likely means they’re not dealing with serious injuries. Dorsett appeared to be dealing with some type of left hand injury." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"During the session, in 11-on-11 drills Phillip Dorsett appeared to land hard on his left side and then left the field with head trainer Jim Whalen. Dorsett returned, but rode a stationary bike off to the side." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Phillip Dorsett, Maurice Harris and Elandon Roberts didn’t finish practice due to injuries. Dorsett left with trainer Jim Whalen and returned to the field without pads. … Dan Skipper was throwing up while getting carted off the field after practice." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady made a few terrific throws, including a long gain to Dorsett up the left seam and an absolute beauty to Berrios on an over route with the ball sailing over two levels of zone defenders. Brady and Harris also connected on a nice back-shoulder throw." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Dorsett beat Butler for a catch in one-on-ones, but Butler forced a fumble." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Wide receiver Phillip Dorsett left practice midway through after hauling in a pass down the seam from Tom Brady. Dorsett wasn’t limping as he left the field with trainer Jim Whalen, but he was walking slowly after crashing to the ground with the reception." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Dorsett caught a pass and landed hard to the ground early on and appeared to be shaken up, favoring his left hand/thumb. He left with head trainer Jim Whalen before returning for some work on the exercise bike." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/14/19

"WRs Phillip Dorsett and Maurice Harris didn’t finish practice. Dorsett was shaken up when he came down hard after making one of the best plays of the day, a leaping grab of a seam pass from Tom Brady. He left with a trainer but came back without pads and watched some of practice." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Brady gave hugs to former Patriot corners Butler and Logan Ryan. He later victimized both of them when they tried corner blitzes, connecting with Dorsett and Rex Burkhead." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Dorsett was present for the start of the workout wearing tape over his left thumb, but he didn’t participate in anything after the team stretch. He departed Wednesday’s practice." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Phillip Dorsett, Maurice Harris and N’Keal Harry did not participate in practice. Dorsett had his hand taped when he was spotted." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Harry and Dorsett suited up and took part in stretching before practice but then went inside the Titans bubble for some rehab work. Both later returned but not in pads as Harry caught some passes from Jarrett Stidham on the Patriots sideline late in practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"While Phillip Dorsett and N'Keal Harry were present, they didn't do much of anything and departed the field after stretching." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"WRs Phillip Dorsett and N’Keal Harry were in uniform but they left after warm-ups and returned near the end of practice as spectators." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Wideouts Phillip Dorsett and N’Keal Harry were limited in practice and departed after warmups." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

P Ryan Allen (9)
"Ryan Allen had a decent day." - Ryan Hannable,
WEEI - 7/26/19

"The Patriots didn’t trade up and take Jake Bailey in the fifth round for nothing. He continued to dominate the on-field punting portion, and then Allen had to watch Bailey take every snap as the field goal holder in this practice. That’s a tough look. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Neither Ryan Allen nor Stephen Gostkowski was on the field for the beginning of the workout, but both arrived later in time to handle field goal and PAT attempts to close out the practice." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Both Ryan Allen and Jake Bailey struggled a bit during a punt segment in the middle of practice. Bailey continues to display the much stronger leg and impressive hang time, but he also mixes in some shanks. Allen also mishit a few balls. Given the combined struggles in the drill, it was probably not surprising that both punters remained on the field after practice for bunch of extra punts. Bailey was particularly impressive in the post-practice work, booming kick after kick, while the rest of the team did its conditioning work on the hill at the end of the field." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Ryan Allen delivered a pair of unimpressive punts that lacked leg. One looked like a shank — the other flew well, but didn’t seem like it had the necessary power. That came after rookie Jake Bailey kicked the crap out of a high, looping punt. His punts get airtime." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/02/19

"Both Ryan Allen and Jake Bailey worked on directional kicks and neither showed much consistency. When they tried to angle kicks toward the right sideline most seemed to wobble and fall well short of where they were intended. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/02/19

"Ryan Allen had a punt blocked with Bentley as personal protector." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Of his five punts in his competition against Bailey, Allen had three with under 4 seconds of hangtime. Bailey’s lowest was 4.35." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Ryan Allen got the first rep when the team did punt work." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

RB Rex Burkhead (26)
"James White and Rex Burkhead were busy in the early goings Friday, getting a handful of targets during 3-on-3s and 7-on-7s. Hoyer was checking down early and often." - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Hoyer completed passes to Braxton Berrios, Rex Burkhead, James White, Brandon Bolden, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse, James Develin, and Phillip Dorsett in team drills." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Running back Rex Burkhead and offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn were limited." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Rex Burkhead was present for the start of practice, but worked on the lower conditioning field for a few sessions before returning. So he counts as a limited participant. Looks like he's dealing with some sort of minor injury." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Running back Rex Burkhead was limited in practice. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Running back Rex Burkhead did not participate in positional or team drills. Burkhead departed for the lower field early in practice." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"Rex Burkhead continues to be limited, heading to the lower conditioning/rehab field early in practice and not taking part in any group or team activities." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Running back Rex Burkhead continues to be limited. He was on the field in helmet and shells with the rest of his teammate for stretching but then left the field for the bulk of the workout. When he returned he no longer had a helmet or jersey on while watching the conclusion of the practice from the sideline." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Running back Rex Burkhead was limited and departed for the side field with Edelman, Ebner and Webster." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/02/19

"Running back Rex Burkhead departed for the lower field prior to positional drills. He was essentially a non-participant." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/02/19

"Running back Rex Burkhead, who was a limited participant the past few days in Foxboro, was present but not in uniform." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Rex Burkhead was present but didn’t participate. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Rex Burkhead also returned and participated. The running back had been limited for weeks with an undisclosed injury." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"It is also noteworthy that Burkhead was returning punts, as that potentially could take a roster spot away from someone else." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Running back Rex Burkhead made a diving catch on a slant route in the end zone. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Burkhead has been back in competitive reps and walkthrough sessions. That’s big as he jockeys for playing time." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Burkhead was able to make a play to close out that drill [7-on-7s], however, when he got free crossing the field along the backline of the end zone and made a nice diving catch." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"Rex Burkhead looked 100 percent in his first full-speed action of the last two weeks. He caught Stidham’s final pass attempt of 11-on-11s." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Burkhead also was back in uniform." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Lots of work for the running backs in today’s practice. The final period of 11-on-11s featured two Sony Michel runs, a James White carry, a Brandon Bolden carry, and a pair of screens to Rex Burkhead. Rookie Damien Harris participated, but wasn’t heavily involved." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Rex Burkhead got into the mix at punt returner." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady gave hugs to former Patriot corners Butler and Logan Ryan. He later victimized both of them when they tried corner blitzes, connecting with Dorsett and Rex Burkhead." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady and Burkhead connected for an easy touchdown on an option route inside the red zone. Burkhead worked off a linebacker while Brady patiently waited for the running back to make his read and get open. Nicely done by both." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"RB Rex Burkhead: Caught a bunch of screens over these two days but none seemed to be great and he looked very hesitant in the hole on a few runs." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

WR Ryan Davis (17)
"Ryan Davis made a really nice catch on a fade from Brian Hoyer, going up for the ball and going to the ground, but held on." - Steve Balestrieri,
PatsFans.com - 7/25/19

"Ryan Davis made a great leaping catch over Bentley." - Greg Bedard, BostonSportsJournal - 7/25/19

"Undrafted rookie receiver Ryan Davis flashed on multiple occasions. During a 2-on-2 drill, Davis made a terrific over-the-shoulder catch in the back corner of the end zone with fellow rookie Joejuan Williams in coverage." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"Candidate for play of the day: Undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver Ryan Davis made a nice over-the-shoulder catch in the corner of the end zone on a fade route thrown perfectly by Brady. The catch was made more impressive as it was done over 6-foot-4 defensive back Joejuan Williams." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/25/19

"Undrafted rookie wide outs Ryan Davis and Jakobi Meyers each made some nice grabs in team drills." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI.com - 7/25/19

"LaCosse (on a dangerous pass over the middle by Hoyer), Braxton Berrios (on a pass thrown behind him by Stidham) and Ryan Davis (in an individual drill) all had drops. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Ryan Davis made an excellent grab on Thursday as the pair of undrafted rookies look to find roster spots in a wide open wide receiver group." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Receiver Ryan Davis beat cornerback Duke Dawson for a deep ball. Davis has quietly had a nice few days of practice" - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Rookie free-agent WR Ryan Davis made a nice grab on a deep ball from Brady to the end zone. He tracked the ball well over his shoulder and beat CB Duke Dawson to the spot." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Second-year cornerback Duke Dawson gave up a deep touchdown pass to undrafted rookie Ryan Davis in 1-on-1s. Dawson went for the interception but misplayed the ball as it arrives. Dawson finished strong, however, recording a pass-breakup in the final period." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Stidham’s day was similar to Brady’s. He opened 1 of 5 with two picks. Another incompletion occurred when Damoun Patterson stopped his route on a post against J.C. Jackson, though it was probably too far for him. And the other incompletion in that window happened when Terrence Brooks broke up a ball for Ryan Davis." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Other players to drop passes were Ryan Davis and Andrew Beck." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/13/19

"Even though it was a walkthrough, there were a couple of opportunities for players on both sides of the ball to make plays on the football and they couldn’t. Again, everything was half-speed, but both Elandon Roberts (with an opportunity to pick off a short pass), receiver Ryan Davis, and Andrew Beck had drops. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/13/19

"Fullback Andrew Beck and wide receiver Ryan Davis did drop passes." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Gunner Olszewski, Ryan Davis, Dontrelle Inman, and Damoun Patterson received some first-team run with the receiving corps depleted." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Harry, who didn’t participate in any team work, caught a round of balls shot out of a JUGS machine. Ditto for Olszewski and Davis." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

TE Stephen Anderson (12)
"Rookie quarterback Jarrett Stidham found tight end Stephen Anderson for a touchdown, as well. Anderson went full extension to pluck the ball out of the air." - Kevin Duffy,
Boston Herald - 7/25/19

"During a ball-security drill, linebacker Jamie Collins forced a fumble on tight end Stephen Anderson. Fullback Jakob Johnson fumbled twice." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Tight end Stephen Anderson made a leaping back-shoulder catch over safety A.J. Howard. Brian Hoyer was the quarterback on the play." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"Stephen Anderson, who was signed by New England in Sept. 2018, made a nice back shoulder catch over safety A.J. Howard. It wasn’t all good news for Anderson though, as he fumbled in a ball security drill at the hands of linebacker Jamie Collins." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/26/19

"Hoyer completed passes to Braxton Berrios, Rex Burkhead, James White, Brandon Bolden, Stephen Anderson, Matt LaCosse, James Develin, and Phillip Dorsett in team drills." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/26/19

"Stephen Anderson made a terrific diving catch in an early red zone, 7-on-7 drill. Brian Hoyer’s pass was high and to the inside but the athletic tight end contorted his body in the air and made the grab, maintaining possession of the ball even after crashing to the turf. Hoyer was quick to offer Anderson a high-five for his efforts." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/28/19

"Stephen Anderson blocked the wrong person at one point." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/31/19

"Tight end Stephen Anderson was limited." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Tight end Stephen Anderson was limited and also worked on a side field." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"It’s unclear why Collins and Anderson were absent." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"WR Maurice Harris, who was dinged up Wednesday, wasn’t spotted. WR Cam Meredith (PUP), TEs Matt LaCosse (sprained ankle) and Stephen Anderson, and OT Yody Cajuste (NFI) also were not in attendance" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Wide receivers Maurice Harris and Cameron Meredith (physically unable to perform), tight ends Stephen Anderson and Matt LaCosse and offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste (non-football injury) weren’t spotted at practice." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

DL Shilique Calhoun (23)
"Veteran LB Shilique Calhoun and first-year DB A.J. Howard were the first players on the field." - Andy Hart,
WEEI - 7/28/19

"As has become custom, defensive back A.J. Howard and linebacker Shilique Calhoun were the first players on the field before practice." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Patriots outside linebacker/defensive end Shilique Calhoun was in the backfield often during 11-on-11 drills. He would have had at least one sack if tackling was allowed. He got some first-team reps." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Shilique Calhoun was in the mix for two-minute drill defense. Calhoun was part of a three-man defensive line that included Michael Bennett and Derek Rivers. Calhoun, who signed with the Pats in May, would have had a sack of Matthew Stafford at one point during the 2-minute drill." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Shilique Calhoun and Trent Harris show athleticism coming off the edge, and Calhoun was quite active against the Lions. He got to backup quarterback Tom Savage for a sack late in practice during two-minute work and definitely shows the ability to rush the passer." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"With Kyle Van Noy not taking part in practice, Calhoun was given a ton of playing time and seemed to take advantage. He constantly brought pressure from the edge." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Shilique Calhoun had a sack and a shared sack with David Harris on back-to-back plays." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Defensive end Shilique Calhoun continues to get work with the top unit. And he keeps making plays. Calhoun would have had a sack in 11-on-11s. He’ll push for a roster spot." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"On the defensive side, Chase Winovich and Shilique Calhoun had some splash plays as they brought a little more juice to the proceedings." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"During both 1-on-1s and full team action, Calhoun has gotten quick presser off the edge and recorded would-be sacks each day." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"Linebacker Shilique Calhoun had to run a lap — it wasn’t clear what the infraction was." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"The kickoff team also got some work later on practice and Ebner was back in the mix on that unit as well. Shilique Calhoun worked with the second group as he looks to establish a special teams role that could enhance his odds of making the final roster. " - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

"If sacks were allowed, Michael Bennett would have had two, and Derek Rivers and Shilique Calhoun each would have had one." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Calhoun is being treated like a starter, and he’s earned that." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Michael Bennett, Shilique Calhoun and John Simon all would’ve earned sacks during 11-on-11s." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Calhoun has yet to be moved off the first team in subpackages. Another solid week, and he should be on most roster projections." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Calhoun took a penalty lap, presumably for a false start, during a 2-on-2 rush period." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Edge defender Shilique Calhoun keeps taking first-team reps." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/13/19

"Defensive end Shilique Calhoun continued to see time with the first team." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/13/19

"Edge rusher Shilique Calhoun continues to see work with the first-team defense. A third-round pick of the Raiders in 2016, Calhoun appears to be on his way to locking up a spot on the New England roster. Calhoun would have had a sack of Marcus Mariota in team drills." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Overall, the pass rush had another strong day. The front seven keeps stringing them together. Good looks by Winovich, Rivers, Shilique Calhoun, Dont’a Hightower and Michael Bennett." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Shilique Calhoun continues to get some reps with the first-team defense. He looks smooth and flexible when rushing the passer and is able to win by both rushing around the edge or with an inside move." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Safety Terrence Brooks continues to see time with the first-team defense. Edge rusher Shilique Calhoun has worked his way into the mix, too." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

DB Stephon Gilmore (50)
"Stephon Gilmore wasn’t targeted. It was a strong practice for him." - Henry McKenna,
USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"Stephon Gilmore wasn’t targeted at all by Patriots quarterbacks." - Hayden Bird, Boston.com - 7/25/19

"Stephon Gilmore continues to look dominant. He deflected the only pass that came his way on Friday." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore and JC Jackson broke up passes from Brady during 11-on-11s. Jackson covered a lot of ground deflecting a deep pass intended for Phillip Dorsett." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/27/19

"During 11-on-11 drills, Stephon Gilmore erased Maurice Harris from a slant route and almost intercepted Brady. That’s Gilmore’s second target of camp. He has two breakups. It has been an excellent start for Gilmore. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/27/19

"Phillip Dorsett ran a couple of effective routes during 1-on-1 drills against the defensive backs. He beat Gilmore with a sharp in-cut, and then got a step on the All-Pro corner again on a deep double move but unfortunately couldn’t hold onto to the pass as Gilmore was able to rip it free as the two went to the ground." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/31/19

"It’s easy to forget about Stephon Gilmore, but he is definitely still on the team and he’s thriving. It’s just that no one seems to target him, and so his name doesn’t come up. That’s how good he has been in camp: a true shutdown corner." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Speaking of Gilmore, he ended practice as a quarterback as the defense took on the offense to end practice. Gilmore went 2/3 with a touchdown passes to [Jonathan] Jones." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/01/19

"The defense also continued their strong run. The unit dominated goal-line drills and it wasn’t close with running back-after-running back being stuffed. The cornerbacks also won more 1-on-1 battles with Stephon Gilmore, D’Angelo Ross and Crossen coming up with deflections." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/01/19

"It can’t overstated how easy Gilmore has made his coverage look at times this summer, similar to the way previous No. 24, Darrelle Revis, did in his one training camp in New England. Gilmore sticks with receivers’ hips almost effortlessly and doesn’t appear to even stress in coverage, though he’s admittedly going against a rather unimpressive receiving corps at this point. " - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Stephon Gilmore is always in tight coverage, regardless of the matchup, but he would've been flagged early for holding onto Dontrelle Inman's jersey. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore allowed his first catch in 11-on-11 drills all summer. It came on a catch by Danny Amendola." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Gilmore allowed a couple of catches against Lions wideout Kenny Golladay in 1-on-1 drills." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Stephon Gilmore got matched up with Danny Amendola during an 11-on-11 rep, and Amendola beat him to the inside for a reception." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Stephon Gilmore and Kenny Golladay had some physical reps with neither side gaining much of an edge." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/05/19

"Gilmore had tight coverage of Melvin Jones, then gave up a reception to Travis Fulgham." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"The Patriots defense had nine deflections in practice – Jamie Collins (two), Duron Harmon (two), Stephon Gilmore, JoeJuan Williams, Keion Crossen, Obi Melifonwu and D’Angelo Ross." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Stephon Gilmore recorded a pass breakup in 11s. He was flagged for a defensive hold against Lions receiver Kenny Golladay in 1-on-1s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Stephon Gilmore was his typically stingy self, however, preventing a completion to Marvin Jones with a terrific break up over the middle." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"Stephon Gilmore also had two interceptions." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Maurice Harris and Jakobi Meyers continued to have strong camps. Harris made a highlight reel catch on a Brady deep ball over Gilmore. Meyers had a nice back shoulder grab later in practice. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"It was a pretty sloppy day for the quarterbacks, as there were a number of interceptions, including two from Stephon Gilmore." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"Receivers Jakobi Meyers and Phillip Dorsett ran some brilliant routes. Dorsett beat cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore and J.C. Jackson." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Safety Patrick Chung and Gilmore had interceptions. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Stidham later targeted receiver Danny Ettling on a check-down pass, but Etling bobbled the ball and cornerback Stephon Gilmore caught the deflection for the interception." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Receiver Maurice Harris logged a drop, which is notable because he demonstrated excellent hands until his preseason game in Week 1 when he had two drops. Harris later made a leaping grab over Gilmore — one of the most impressive efforts from practice." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins and Stephon Gilmore each recorded interceptions in the same 11-on-11 period. Collins, hovering near the line of scrimmage, anticipated a Brian Hoyer throw and snagged it. " - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Later, a Jarrett Stidham pass slipped through Danny Etling’s hands and into the arms of Gilmore." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Quarterbacks were 1 of 3 with two interceptions when targeting Stephon Gilmore. They’re now 3 of 15 in camp when looking in Gilmore’s direction. Gilmore also has three pass breakups plus the two picks, so he is more likely to get his hands on a pass than the intended receiver is." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Fresh off of an interception to Stephon Gilmore, Brady fired a pass straight into Patrick Chung’s hands as he ran in stride for a would-be pick 6." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"alk about a no-fly zone: 15 pass breakups were recorded Monday, including seven interceptions. Gilmore and Patrick Chung both picked off Brady in an opening 7-on-7 period." - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Maurice Harris made one of the toughest plays of the summer when he high-pointed a medium Tom Brady pass over the middle despite tight coverage from Stephon Gilmore. When you’ve beaten Gilmore this summer, you’ve earned it" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Interceptions in team drills: Gilmore (two), safety Patrick Chung, linebacker Jamie Collins and Williams." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Stephon Gilmore recorded a pass breakup against Phillip Dorsett. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/12/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore and Keion Crossen broke up passes in 1-on-1s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Taylor also beat Stephon Gilmore. It’s worth pointing out when Gilmore gets beat because it’s so rare. Quarterbacks are 4 of 16 when targeting him in camp, and he has two interceptions and three breakups. He remains more likely to get his hands on a pass than the quarterback’s intended target does." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Stephon Gilmore and Joejuan Williams made nice plays during goal line 1-on-1s. On separate reps, they prevented Titans wideout Corey Davis from coming down with the ball on fade routes to the back corner." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

"Gilmore was flagged for a defensive hold against receiver Darius Jennings during 11-on-11s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

"There was a skirmish midway through the practice. Stephon Gilmore and A.J. Brown remained engaged in a block in the end zone, and Devin McCourty tried to separate the pair. McCourty seemed to take exception to someone swiping at the side of his helmet, and that’s when both teams converged in the corner of the end zone. Terrence Brooks was among those in the middle of the action, and Vrabel had to throw Tajae Sharpe out of the scrum. No one was ejected." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Gilmore didn’t allow a catch on his only target of the day, which was in coverage against Darius Jennings. Quarterbacks finished 4 of 17 with two interceptions and three breakups when throwing at Gilmore in camp. Gilmore was flagged for a defensive hold Thursday." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Gilmore and Corey Davis faced off a few times during Thursday’s practice, which brought about a rematch of sorts for Gilmore against the only receiver who got the better of him last year. One of the more notable plays came during a red-zone period when Gilmore pinned him to the back of the end zone, which forced Davis to go up and try to catch a pass. He pulled it in, but his feet landed out of bounds." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"On a Dion Lewis red-zone running play during 11-on-11 work, Titans rookie receiver A.J. Brown was locked up blocking Stephon Gilmore. Both men kept their hands locked on one another’s jerseys after the play. Brown kind of smirked at Gilmore and said something. Gilmore shoved. A slow build began as players alternately shoved and tried to make peace until someone shoved/twisted Devin McCourty and the veteran Patriots safety bubbled over and it got real physical. There was no punching but it was a bit of a slow-moving stampede." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Stephon Gilmore and A.J. Brown, a rookie wideout out of Ole Miss, got a bit heated about midway through practice during some 11-on-11 work. The two were lined up to the offensive right side but Marcus Mariota’s throw went the other way. That didn’t stop the two from getting into as Devin McCourty, Jason McCourty and Jonathan Jones also came over to get involved." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/15/19

"As expected with the heat, tempers flared at one point. Stephon Gilmore and Titans rookie receiver A.J. Brown exchanged words and a few shoves after one play. Terrence Brooks came over and added a few more before order was quickly restored." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"Things got testy when Stephon Gilmore and A.J. Brown got into it after a play during 11-on-11s. Devin McCourty intervened and was shoved for his efforts. That set off a mini-donnybrook and everybody jumped in. It de-escalated quickly, however, as Vrabel and Bill Belichick arrived on scene. Vrabel had some pointed words for his receiver, Tajae Sharp of UMass fame, but nobody got the heave-ho." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Cornerbacks Stephon Gilmore, Ken Webster, Duke Dawson and rookie Joejuan Williams had pass breakups in 1-on-1 drills over Titans receivers. Williams’ came on an impressive play over Titans wideout Corey Davis. Webster, a seventh-round pick, Gilmore, Dawson, Jason McCourty and Keion Crossen went undefeated.=" - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Pass breakups in 7-on-7s: Jackson, cornerback Jonathan Jones, Gilmore and linebacker Jamie Collins." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"A shoving match between Gilmore and Titans rookie receiver A.J. Brown turned into a full-on scuffle. McCourty tried to play peacemaker, but then Titans wideout Tajae Sharpe got in his business. Titans coach Mike Vrabel ultimately put it to an end, telling his receivers to get off the field — except he used more profanity. It wasn’t too serious." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Gilmore used the 12th man — the sideline — well to force a couple of incompletions." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

"Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore and Titans rookie receiver A.J. Brown got into it, and several players from both sides rushed to their teammate’s defense. The McCourty twins and Jonathan Jones were among those fired up on the Patriots’ side. After about 10 seconds, tempers cooled and both teams huddled up." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

K Stephen Gostkowski (6)
"Stephen Gostkowski got some field goal work in after each of the final two 11-on-11 sessions that took place in the red zone. The veteran appeared to connect on all of his kicks, although it can sometimes be difficult to judge from the angle where the media sits." - Paul Perillo,
Patriots.com - 7/26/19

"Stephen Gostkowski got some field goal work and was pretty inconsistent." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/26/19

"Kicker Stephen Gostkowski was booming his kicks so hard in one session that he got the ball all the way up to the top of the hill where the media tent sits." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Neither Ryan Allen nor Stephen Gostkowski was on the field for the beginning of the workout, but both arrived later in time to handle field goal and PAT attempts to close out the practice." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Stephen Gostkowski nailed a 53-yard field goal through the narrow uprights to complete what was rather unproductive hurry-up attempt late in practice." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"Stephen Gostkowski ended several 11-on-11 periods with field goals with Jake Bailey holding. Gostkowski made all but one attempt as he hooked one to the left following the second “drive.”" - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/12/19

RB Sony Michel (26)
"Running back Sony Michel and center David Andrews also returned to practice. Michel was activated off the physically unable to perform list." - Doug Kyed,
NESN - 7/27/19

"Michel got the first carry for an 11-on-11 run game installation, followed by rookie running back Damien Harris." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/27/19

"Back from the PUP list, Sony Michel took the first rep during running back during team drills, but departed for conditioning work on the lower field when the contact ramped up." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/27/19

"Michel spent some time catching passes from Brian Hoyer early on before retreating to the lower rehab field for some conditioning work. He appeared to run well coming off an offseason knee procedure." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 7/27/19

"Fellow second-year pro Sony Michel was limited. Michel, who came off the PUP list on Saturday, did not receive any reps in 11s." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Sony Michel and David Andrews were both more active than they have been to date in practice, though it was obviously not a full-contact workout." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/29/19

"Running back Sony Michel (knee) saw reps in competitive team drills for the first time. On one carry, Michel showed nice burst and change-of-direction skills. He looks to be making progress." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

"Running back Sony Michel saw an uptick in work for the second consecutive day. Michel earned the first carries in several 11-on-11 periods. After undergoing a minor knee procedure in the spring, Michel looks to be at or near full speed. He’s running with burst and agility in practice." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/01/19

"At one point the offense committed a false start and literally everyone on offense had to run a lap. Even Edelman joined his teammates on the jog. Shortly after that, Brady and RB Sony Michel bungled a handoff and the offense had to run yet another lap." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Can't cough one up after the entire offense just ran a lap. Even if there was something off about the exchange from Brady." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"In a promising development for his potential to be a three-down back for this team, Michel was much more involved in the passing game in this practice and showed off some nice hands/agility on a few receptions." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"Many are looking for Sony Michel to improve in the passing game this season. The second-year back did make a nice stretching catch on a ball from Brady to beat Jamie Collins’ coverage in an early group drill." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"Sony Michel saw more work as a receiver on Friday than we’d seen all throughout camp. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/02/19

"Particularly impressive catches: running back Sony Michel. Michel has been more and more involved in the passing game as the summer has progressed." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/02/19

"Michel is getting more and more reps in the passing game, which is a positive development after he was a non-factor as a pass-catcher in his rookie season." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/02/19

"This was a busy day for running backs in the passing game. And Sony Michel appears to be making progress in that department. In a 7-on-7 drill, Michel made a nice catch from Tom Brady on an out route, fully extending to secure the ball. On another rep, Michel caught a pass in the flat and immediately dodged the first defender, exhibiting impressive agility." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/02/19

"Sony Michel continues to see more involvement in the passing game. And he looks pretty smooth doing it. We’ll see if that carries over to the regular season." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Overall it was a good day for the Patriots so this could have been a number of players but Michel looked vintage tearing through huge holes and, as a bonus, he continues to be more involved in the passing game and caught a RZ TD from Brady." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Michel caught a red zone TD from Brady." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Running back Sony Michel fumbled a toss from Jarrett Stidham during 11-on-11s. Overall, this was a sloppy day on offense." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"We haven’t seen much from rookie running back Damien Harris this summer. Harris did not play in the first preseason game, and he hasn’t received many practice reps over the past week. On Monday, Sony Michel, Rex Burkhead, and Brandon Bolden handled the bulk of the reps. As always, James White was on the field as a pass-catching specialist. There’s plenty of time left for Harris to show something. At the moment, though, it’s clear that Sony Michel is the team’s top ballcarrier." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/12/19

"Despite competition from a group of strong backs, running back Sony Michel continues to be the top running back on the depth chart." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/13/19

"Brady spent time working in a group with Sony Michel, James White, Ben Waston and Phillip Dorsett early in practice when most of the team was involved in positional drills. Interesting to see the work in two-back sets, something that will be worth watching as the preseason moves on." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/13/19

"Lots of work for the running backs in today’s practice. The final period of 11-on-11s featured two Sony Michel runs, a James White carry, a Brandon Bolden carry, and a pair of screens to Rex Burkhead. Rookie Damien Harris participated, but wasn’t heavily involved." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/14/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

QB Tom Brady (83)
"Brady was back looking like Brady. The quarterback finished 7/11 in full-team drills and went 3/5 in 4-on-4 drills. Brady was sharp against a solid secondary. Brian Hoyer took the top backup reps, finishing 5/7 in 11-on-11s and 2/3 in 4-on-4s. Jared Stidham went 3/5 in full-team drills." - Mark Daniels,
Providence Journal - 7/25/19

"Brady’s first pass in 2-on-2 drills was picked off on a really nice play by Jonathan Jones. Brady tried to hit Berrios on a fade and Jones undercut it and made a nice play on the ball." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/25/19

"Brady was 9-of-11 in 4-on-4 drills, 12-of-15 with the interception in 2-on-2 drills and 8-of-11 in 11-on-11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/25/19

"Brady was 8 of 11 in competitive team drills with completions to Rex Burkhead (three), Phillip Dorsett (two), N’Keal Harry, Damien Harris and James Develin (one each)." - Jeff Howe, TheAthletic - 7/25/19

"During the 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills in the red zone, Brady was forced to hold the ball longer than he should have on a few occasions. The coverage was strong — the pass-catchers’ separation was not. Even with the advantage of no contact, the defense won many of their matchups." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"Brady was hollering at safety Patrick Chung during a 2 vs. 2 rep against Braxton Berrios. Brady felt Chung held Berrios. Some playful chippiness between teammates." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/25/19

"Brady served as an honorary ballboy while quarterbacks warmed up. He was jogging around in sneakers and without pads — and with his very large water bottle. For most of the practice, he stuck with the quarterbacks, occasionally straying to hang out with Edelman and Thomas." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/26/19

"By the time Tom Brady walked out on the practice field, all of his teammates were there – dressed and ready to go. Meanwhile, the quarterback was wearing sneakers and light workout gear. With no helmet in sight, it became obvious that Day 2 of training camp would be a day off for Brady." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Brady spent the majority of practice following the offense around. He helped the ball boys on several occasions and threw a little bit. At one point, Brady held a short side session with receiver Maurice Harris. Brady also joined the offense when they were forced to run a lap in practice." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/26/19

"Players were in shells and shorts yet again, but Tom Brady was not. He stretched with the team and got loose but did not participate. He wasn’t in uniform and his helmet was not around. “Just a day off,” is what our Tom Curran was told so nothing to worry about as far as the soon-to-be 42-year-old’s health is concerned. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"Brady was given a rest day as the Patriots took the field for their second training camp session. The soon-to-be 42-year-old quarterback jogged out as warmups began, but did not wear a helmet or jersey. He watched from the background throughout the practice, occasionally chiming in to provide direction for his teammates." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"Tom Brady was in attendance but showed up late and without his pads and helmet. According to a source, it was just a rest day. He stayed active during practice and on the field the entire time. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/26/19

"Brady was out of uniform and sat out of Friday’s practice. He did struggle a bit in his return to the field Saturday, however. Brady went 0-of-4 in 11-on-11 drills and 2-of-8 overall." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/27/19

"It wasn’t a pretty practice for Brady, however. He didn’t complete a single pass during the competitive 11-on-11’s. He was just 2 of 4 in the 7-on-7 drills." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/27/19

"Tom Brady was 0-for-4 in 11-on-11s. Two of his passes sailed past Rex Burkhead and Stephen Anderson in the flat. It’s unclear if Brady simply missed them or if the receivers weren’t in the right spot. Brady failed to connect with Phillip Dorsett on a deep over route. The ball was perfectly placed, and Dorsett had a decent shot to bring it in, but J.C. Jackson recovered to make the play at the last moment, knocking the ball free as both players crashed to the ground." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/27/19

"Brady was 0-for-4 in 11-on-11 work, but this was a perfect example of why not to read into numbers during training camp. It's easy to say Brady had a bad day, but the reality was not much work was done and there was a heavy focus on the running game. These numbers should not be viewed as a negative in any way. " - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 7/27/19

"Brady struggled in his return to action on Saturday, going 0-4 in 11-on-11 work and just 2-8 overall in the run-heavy session." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Brady went 10-of-13 in 11-on-11s and 14-of-17 overall. He struggled Saturday in his return to the field but was top-notch Sunday." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/28/19

"Brady finished the day 10-of-13 in 11-on-11s and 14-of-17 overall." - Trevor Hass, Boston.com - 7/28/19

"His stats might have been good but he had some really poor throws, including one way behind Ben Watson when Brady got happy feet, and another not close when the two miscommunicated. Couldn’t find room to operate on the goal line either." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Tom Brady went 10-for-13 in competitive 11-on-11 work, hitting a long completion to Braxton Berrios on a deep over route with Jonathan Jones in coverage." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Brady had another nice throw to the sideline that was reeled in by Harry, who got his feet down before heading out. One of his final throws of the day — a touchdown to Ben Watson in a two-minute period — was one of his most accurate." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Tom Brady ran two situational 11-on-11 drills down the field with the offense. He completed passes to Phillip Dorsett, James White, Rex Burkhead, Braxton Berrios, and Maurice Harris. He hit Dorsett and Berrios in the end zone. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/29/19

"Brady connected with 7-of 16 of his receivers during these 1-on-1 drills. Three passes were swatted away by Stephon Gilmore, Jonathan Jones and D’Angelo Ross. That trend continued in team drills. In 7-on-7s, Brady went 0-for-5 thanks to drops and good defensive plays. Ross, an undrafted free agent, stuck out in this drill, winning all three of his matchups." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"In 11-on-11s, Brady finished 5-of-11. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Brady went 5-of-11 in 11-on-11s and 5-of-15 overall. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Tom Brady was a minute or two tardy to practice. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Tom Brady went 0-for-5 in the first 7-on-7 session, but you could argue that no incompletions were his fault. Throws to Ben Watson and Braxton Berrios clanged off their hands, while J.C. Jackson made a pass breakup on N'Keal Harry and disrupted his route on another one. " - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 7/31/19

"Quarterback Tom Brady went 8-of-13 in 11-on-11s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Brady finished strong on Thursday, completing 6/6 passes in the final period to finish 14/19 in full-team drills. Hoyer went 4/5 and Stidham 3/4." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/01/19

"At one point the offense committed a false start and literally everyone on offense had to run a lap. Even Edelman joined his teammates on the jog. Shortly after that, Brady and RB Sony Michel bungled a handoff and the offense had to run yet another lap." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Tom Brady got benched: Yup, I was pretty stunned too when it happened, and I had to make sure I was seeing what I saw. But, yes, it happened for three plays. " - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/01/19

"Brady also seemed to spend a lot of time after throws trying to get his right shoulder loose by flexing it and rotating his arm." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/01/19

"Tom Brady went 8-for-13 in competitive 11-on-11 periods." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/01/19

"While Brady’s receivers did a pretty good job catching the ball during the workout, he did have a number of passes land harmlessly on the grass with no one within catching distance. That would seem to be a sign of he and his targets not being on quite the same page, which is understandable at this point but also needs to be corrected relatively quickly." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 8/02/19

"In 7-on-7 work, none of which was very competitive, Tom Brady went 6-for-8. That included two completions to Sony Michel, who saw more work as a receiver on Friday. In 11-on-11 work, Brady went 6-for-12. The defense ratcheted up the intensity late in a hurry-up period and Brady went 3-for-7, with two of his completions going to Jakobi Meyers. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/02/19

"Brady went 9-of-16 with an interception on a Hail Mary in 11-on-11s and 6-of-9 in 7-on-7s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/02/19

"Brady had some trouble connecting on deep passes Friday. He twice looked for Phillip Dorsett in an 11-on-11 hurry-up drill, but Dorsett was blanketed by Stephon Gilmore and Jason McCourty, respectively." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/02/19

"Tom Brady had a strong start to practice before the defense got the better of his offense in the final period. Brady finished 9/15 with an interception after starting the day 6/8 in full-team drills. Brady’s interception was on a Hail Mary attempt, which was easily picked off by Jamie Collins." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/02/19

"Brady went 13-of-20 in 11-on-11s and 6-of-7 in 7-on-7s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/05/19

"Brady got tipped by old friend Tavon Wilson." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/05/19

"Patriots starting offense had a terrible 7 on 7 in the red zone. Brady threw one into the back of a LB and then was picked off by same player. Then Brady threw two out of bounds." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Brady had an up and down practice, finishing 6/11 in full-team drills and 8/13 with an interception in 7-on-7s. The quarterback started 3/8 in 7-on-7s before hitting five passes in a row – four went to Dorsett." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/06/19

"Tom Brady was intercepted by Lions linebacker Jalen Reeves-Mabin in goal line 7-on-7 drills. Brady was targeting tight end Matt LaCosse, who was running across the field." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Offensively, the highlight of the day was a Brady bomb to Phillip Dorsett in the hurry-up drill. The Pats were simulating a situation where they trailed by four points in the final minute of a game. On the first rep, Brady was nearly intercepted while throwing deep for Dorsett, who ripped the ball away from the defender. Two reps later, Brady tried his luck again. Dorsett got behind the secondary and Brady dropped the ball perfectly over his receiver’s shoulder for the score." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/06/19

"Brady showed great touch on a deep pass down left side for a touchdown to Phillip Dorsett." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/06/19

"Tom Brady didn't have his best day. He went 5-for-9 in 7-on-7 work, getting picked in the end zone by linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin early in the session. He went 5-for-10 in 11-on-11 work and was "sacked." Three of his best completions went to Braxton Berrios, including two late scores -- one of which earned the second-year wideout "attaboy" recognition from the Patriots quarterback in the form of a headbutt." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Brady was intercepted twice in 7-on-7 drills, where he went 2-for-4. In full-team drills, however, he was on, completing 15-of-19 passes. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/12/19

"Brady did look himself in 11-on-11 work, while Hoyer took a step back after his impressive showing in Detroit. The same can be said for Jarrett Stidham, who threw two interceptions on passes intended for Danny Etling." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/12/19

"On third down during a competitive 11-on-11 drill, Tom Brady and Jakobi Meyers connected for an impressive back-shoulder throw in traffic. Meyers has continued to play well in practice." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/12/19

"Brady was 17 of 24 with two interceptions in team drills. He opened with back-to-back interceptions in seven-on-sevens by the goal line, continuing the frustration from last week in that area of the field. " - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Over the final three-and-a-half periods, Brady was 15 of 17, and his day ended with an incredible connection with Meyers, who made a back-shoulder grab up the right seam against Jon Jones, who didn’t allow a completion on his first three targets of the day." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Brady’s targets in team drills: Jakobi Meyers (5 of 8), James White (4 of 4), Phillip Dorsett (3 of 4), Maurice Harris (2 of 4, interception), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (0 of 1, interception)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Fresh off of an interception to Stephon Gilmore, Brady fired a pass straight into Patrick Chung’s hands as he ran in stride for a would-be pick 6." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Brady starts off the 11 on 11 period with a sailing ball to Maurice Harris near-sideline, hauling it in over the head of Gilmore. Harris earned some loud praise from Brady." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Brady led the Patriots’ starting offense to scores on its final drives of live 11-on-11 work. First he carved up New England’s third-string defense, going 5-of-5 and hitting Jakobi Meyers for an easy touchdown at the end. " - Andrew Callahan, MassLive - 8/12/19

"Tom Brady sizzled in full-team work, completing 14 of 18 passes. He was just 2 of 5 during seven-on-sevens and was intercepted twice, including back-to-backs thefts by Stephon Gilmore and Patrick Chung. Brady was intercepted twice during one-on-ones." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"Quarterback Tom Brady threw four total interceptions. He threw two in 1-on-1 drills. He went 2-of-5 with two picks in 7-on-7s but atoned in 11-on-11s and went 14-of-18." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

"Jamie Collins emerged from a traffic jam to swoop in and pick off Tom Brady during full-team drills." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/12/19

"With all the injuries at wide receiver, every single wide out got first team reps and saw passes from Tom Brady. The 42-year-old was pretty impressive throughout the entire session and a theme was him jawing back and forth with Titans head coach Mike Vrabel." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"The trash talk between Tom Brady and Mike Vrabel was entertaining throughout practice. Rules prohibit quoting coaches and players while they’re on the field, so just use your imagination with this one." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady was 18 of 24 in team drills, as the offense had its way with a Titans defense boasting superior talent to that of the Lions, at least outside of a few protection issues." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady completed passes to nine players and targeted 12: Rex Burkhead (4 of 4), Dorsett (2 of 3), Jakobi Meyers (2 of 3), Maurice Harris (2 of 3), Ben Watson (2 of 2), James White (2 of 2), Braxton Berrios (2 of 2), Sony Michel (1 of 1), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 1), Lance Kendricks (0 of 1), Damoun Patterson (0 of 1), Ryan Davis (0 of 1)." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady was fired up throughout the practice. In an early seven-on-seven period, Brady head-butted James Develin a few times in the huddle, and the 42-year-old was animated several times on the sideline while the backup offense was operating. Brady was encouraging teammates to stay sharp because – against a good Titans defense in this hot road environment – this has been viewed as an optimal time to show what they’ve got. " - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Brady made a few terrific throws, including a long gain to Dorsett up the left seam and an absolute beauty to Berrios on an over route with the ball sailing over two levels of zone defenders. Brady and Harris also connected on a nice back-shoulder throw." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/14/19

"Prior to practice, Tom Brady limbered up with injured wideout Demaryius Thomas for a few minutes. Thomas was in shorts and a t-shirt." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"It was interesting to see Julian Edelman standing behind Brady holding his right hand on Brady’s right hip and left hand on Brady’s left shoulder to remind the quarterback to keep from opening up too soon on his throws." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Brady didn’t have a lot of time to throw in the semi-competitive 11 on 11 drills I watched and most of his completions were coming with rushers buzzing around him but unable to make contact. Still, his completion percentage in 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 was high as he continues to appear locked in during this camp." - Tom Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/14/19

"Brady was crisp in the crispy conditions, going a sizzling 16 of 22 during full team work and 5 of 7 during the seven-on-seven “technique” period, in which he beat Titans CB Malcolm Butler on back-to-back throws to Dorsett and James White. " - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"Brady gave hugs to former Patriot corners Butler and Logan Ryan. He later victimized both of them when they tried corner blitzes, connecting with Dorsett and Rex Burkhead." - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/14/19

"There was plenty more trash talk between Tom Brady and Mike Vrabel, and the teams relaxed the rules of quoting players and coaches on the field, giving the green light on these exchanges." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"After Ben Watson dropped a Brady pass in the back of the end zone during seven-on-sevens, Vrabel chirped at his two former teammates, “I never dropped one of those. Let me know if you need me to report.”" - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady was really sharp for the majority of practice, completing 18 of 28 passes in team drills despite N’Keal Harry, Phillip Dorsett and Maurice Harris missing practice and Julian Edelman yet to debut." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady’s targets: Braxton Berrios (5 of 7), Jakobi Meyers (4 of 4), Sony Michel (2 of 2), Rex Burkhead (2 of 2), Gunner Olszewski (1 of 3), James White (1 of 3), Dontrelle Inman (1 of 3), Ben Watson (1 of 2) and Damoun Patterson (1 of 1). Brady also had one throwaway." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"Brady was 15 of 20 going into the last period of the day, when he only had Berrios, Inman and Olszewski at his disposal, and he went 3 of 8. " - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"On consecutive plays, Gunner drew a flag on highly-regarded corner Adoree Jackson on a Brady throw down the middle. Then Tennessee somehow lost track of Benjamin Watson for about a 40-yard touchdown." - Tom E Curran, NBC Sports Boston - 8/15/19

"Brady had one of his best practices of the summer. Even though Meyers, Inman, Berrios and Olszewski made up his wide outs, he carved up the Titans defense in 11-on-11 work. " - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"Tom Brady was 18 of 28 during team drills, including a solid 15-of-20 start before an ugly 3-of-8 finishing series in the two-minute offense. He did throw two TD passes to Braxton Berrios in the set. He was particularly sharp during the one-on-ones red zone exercise" - Jim McBride, Boston Globe - 8/15/19

"Tom Brady playaction up top to Jakoby Meyers. Titans had a ton of problems with playaction." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Brady up top to Braxton Berrios to the 2-yard line. They did the same in two-minute to the 5-yard line but it was called back due to penalty." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Patriots scored a competitive touchdown when Brady found Ben Watson. As Brady came off the field, Belichick gave him a side-five." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Skipper got beat twice by Harold Landry to make Brady uneasy in the pocket. On the next play, Skipper did his job, Brady stepped up and drilled a big pass to Berrios." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Quarterback Tom Brady went 10-of-15 in 11-on-11s and 8-of-11 in 7-on-7s. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/15/19

DB Terrence Brooks (23)
"Terrence Brooks started at safety next to Devin McCourty. Interesting." - Greg Bedard,
Boston Sports Journal - 7/27/19

"Keep an eye on safety Terrence Brooks, who signed a two-year deal this offseason. Brooks came in with the reputation as a special teams stud, but he’s been utilized quite a bit on defense through four practices. He appears to be the top backup to Patrick Chung, who is still in the red non-contact jersey." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/28/19

"Terrence Brooks continues to play a lot of first-team defense as the box safety." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Terrence Brooks saw first-team reps at safety once again Sunday. The same was true Saturday, and could be the result of Patrick Chung donning a red non-contact jersey. There were snaps, however, where Brooks, Chung and Devin McCourty were all on the field simultaneously in a “big nickel” sub package. Brooks may end up more than just a special-teamer here in New England after spending the early portion of his career primarily in that role with the Jets. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/28/19

"Veteran safety addition Terrence Brooks has been taking reps with the top secondary, lining up at times in various pairings with Devin McCourty and Patrick Chung. As such, Duron Harmon has taken less top reps, at times working with Obi Melifonwu." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/28/19

"Terrence Brooks is in the Pat Chung/star role." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/29/19

"Terrence Brooks continued to get high-end reps in the top secondary, lined up next to Devin McCourty. Brooks also had a role on the top goal line defense on Sunday. The veteran newcomer is showing his stuff early in his new home and certainly has a very good chance to make the roster." - Andy Hart, WEEI - 7/29/19

"Duron Harmon intercepted the quarterback [Brian Hoyer] when Terrence Brooks deflected the ball in the air." - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 7/31/19

"Jason McCourty, Duke Dawson, Terrence Brooks and Williams broke up passes in 11s." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 7/31/19

"Safety Terrence Brooks, who has done extensive work with the first-team defense, deflected a Brian Hoyer pass intended for Ben Watson. " - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 7/31/19

"Chung’s limitations have pushed safety Terrence Brooks into a starting role during practices. He’s in his first year in the system, but seems like no stranger to the defense." - Henry McKenna, USA TODAY - 8/01/19

"DE John Simon and S Terrence Brooks got reps with the starting defense. Simon has a chance to be productive as a "sam" linebacker off the edge in 3-4 looks and an edge rusher in 4-3 and sub packages. Brooks is a little more surprising because he's mostly played special teams in his career, but it's still hard to tell what the plan is with the safeties while Patrick Chung is still limited." - Matt Dolloff, 98.5 The Sports Hub - 8/01/19

"Broke up two passes as he continued to show he can be a weapon that can be used in various ways. It’s very Pat Chung-like." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/02/19

"The secondary continues to stand out. Terrence Brooks and J.C. Jackson had two deflections apiece. Brooks looked like Dikembe Mutombo on one play, aggressively swatting away a Hoyer passes intended for Braxton Berrios. " - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal - 8/02/19

"Safety Terrence Brooks is another player who’s stock appears to be rising." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/02/19

"Stidham’s day was similar to Brady’s. He opened 1 of 5 with two picks. Another incompletion occurred when Damoun Patterson stopped his route on a post against J.C. Jackson, though it was probably too far for him. And the other incompletion in that window happened when Terrence Brooks broke up a ball for Ryan Davis." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/12/19

"Duron Harmon is getting fewer and fewer snaps with the first-team defense. Terrence Brooks is getting more and more." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/12/19

"Duron Harmon continued to work with the second team, while Terrence Brooks got a good amount of time with the 1's." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/14/19

"Terrence Brooks got the majority of first-team safety reps with Devin McCourty. Harmon didn’t see reps until Logan Woodside was on the field and, as usual, Harmon allowed a reception right in front of him when playing with instincts might have resulted in an interception." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/14/19

"There was a skirmish midway through the practice. Stephon Gilmore and A.J. Brown remained engaged in a block in the end zone, and Devin McCourty tried to separate the pair. McCourty seemed to take exception to someone swiping at the side of his helmet, and that’s when both teams converged in the corner of the end zone. Terrence Brooks was among those in the middle of the action, and Vrabel had to throw Tajae Sharpe out of the scrum. No one was ejected." - Jeff Howe, The Athletic - 8/15/19

"As expected with the heat, tempers flared at one point. Stephon Gilmore and Titans rookie receiver A.J. Brown exchanged words and a few shoves after one play. Terrence Brooks came over and added a few more before order was quickly restored." - Ryan Hannable, WEEI - 8/15/19

"Terrence Brooks again got the majority of reps next to Devin McCourty, and even Jonathan Jones made an appearance there." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

"Safety Terrence Brooks continues to see time with the first-team defense. Edge rusher Shilique Calhoun has worked his way into the mix, too." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/15/19

DL Trent Harris (4)
"Trent Harris got good penetration on what looked like a run blitz during one rep." - Phil Perry,
NBC Sports Boston - 7/27/19

"Trent Harris was guilty of jumping offside, drawing a flag from the officials. Harris was forced to move to the vacant field to run a lap while the work continued without him." - Paul Perillo, Patriots.com - 8/06/19

"Trent Harris, who spent last year on the Patriots practice squad, shows good quickness in these settings. He won three reps, by my count, losing one and picking up a draw in another. Again, that outside linebacker room is crowded and so Harris could face an uphill climb. But he had a good run in this drill Tuesday. " - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 8/06/19

"Pass breakups in team drills: McCourty (two), Jackson, Jones, Williams, Crossen, safety A.J. Howard and linebackers Trent Harris and Brandon King." - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/12/19

OL Ted Karras (8)
"Joe Thuney saw reps at left tackle again with Ted Karras and James Ferentz sharing left guard and center duties." - Phil Perry,
NBC Sports Boston - 7/26/19

"With David Andrews absent and Thuney at left tackle, Ted Karras, James Ferentz, and Hjalte Froholdt rotated at left guard and center." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/26/19

"The big men had some one-on-one battles at the far end of the field. Derek Rivers beat Marcus Cannon, Mike Pennel bull-rushed Ted Karras in a good battle, James Ferentz beat both Adam Butler and Nick Thurman in good action." - Steve Balestrieri, PatsFans.com - 7/27/19

"Ted Karras made a nice block on Danny Shelton to clear space for Damien Harris." - Phil Perry, NBC Sports Boston - 7/27/19

"Had a rough go in one-on-ones (0 for 2) and the interior wasn’t able to get much push on the goalline with him out there." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 7/28/19

"Guard Ted Karras also stonewalled defensive tackles Mike Pennel and Nick Thurman. " - Doug Kyed, NESN - 8/01/19

"Ted Karras saw reps at center as the Pats and Lions closed with the two-minute drill." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 8/05/19

"Ted Karras over Kamalei Correa. Just stoned him." - Greg Bedard, Boston Sports Journal - 8/15/19

DL Ufomba Kamalu (2)
"Ufomba Kamalu had to run a pair of laps for jumping offside during these drill, the second of which came late in the opportunity portion of practice." - Paul Perillo,
Patriots.com - 7/27/19

"Defensive end Ufomba Kamalu bull-rushed Dan Skipper on one rep, running right through the 6-foot-9 tackle." - Kevin Duffy, Boston Herald - 7/31/19

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