Tuesday’s New England Patriots Links 4/15 – Beyond the 1st round: Tight end

Ian Logue
April 15, 2014 at 8:34 am ET

The Patriots will likely look to find a player to compliment Rob Gronkowski in this year’s draft. (USA TODAY Images)


Patriots And ESPN Boston Host NFL Draft Preview Party – 2014 Shaping Up to Be an Interesting Year for the Patriots – Steve Balestrieri – Balestrieri was on hand covering Sunday’s event at Gillette Stadium, and here’s a terrific look at what went down during the annual event.


Patriots Draft Series: Notre Dame’s Louis Nix could be Vince Wilfork’s eventual replacement – Karen Guregian – Guregian takes a look at the Notre Dame prospect, and feels he could eventually replace the long-time defensive tackle.


Beyond the 1st round: Tight end – Mike Reiss – Reiss follows up on the piece he did yesterday, this time looking at tight ends who could be taken in the later rounds.

Picked-up Patriots pieces – Mike Reiss – Reiss files a notes entry with some Patriots related odds and ends in this entry.

Draft, quarterbacks & the Patriots – Mike Reiss – Reiss has an entry looking at how the quarterbacks taken in the first round could affect the Patriots draft.


New England Patriots 2014 NFL Draft Prospects: UCF RB Storm Johnson has (almost) all the tools to be a feature back – Nick O’Malley – O’Malley looks at Johnson and how he might fit in with the Patriots.


5 Available Free Agents Still Within the New England Patriots’ Reach – James Christensen – Christensen looks at five players he feels could still be ones that could still be attainable at this point in free agency.


Road to the Draft: Minnesota’s Ra’Shede Hageman – Tom Curran – Curran spotlights the Minnesota defensive tackle in his continued look at potential Patriots prospect.


Sports gave Boston a way to show its strength after marathon – Dan Wetzel – Not a Patriots article, but still a great read from Wetzel on the marathon bombings last year.


Tom Brady hits the beach – Paul Leighton – Big news apparently in Beverly as Brady was in town to shoot an UGGS commercial.  This warrants local news coverage, and Leighton has the story.