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VIDEO: What It’s Really Like Being A NFL WR With Kendrick Bourne

Robert Alvarez
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April 18, 2021 at 4:50 pm ET

VIDEO: What It’s Really Like Being A NFL WR With Kendrick Bourne(PHOTO: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)
Posted: Apr 18, 2021 04:50
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As the NFL offseason continues, New England Patriots wide receiver Kendrick Bourne shared more behind-the-scenes footage into his life as a wide receiver preparing for his first season in Foxborough.

Heading into 2021, the Patriots offense looks as formidable as ever following the signing of Bourne alongside Nelson Agholor and tight ends Jonnu Smith and Hunter Henry. The question of course, will whoever starts at quarterback be able to capitalize with all the newly signed talent? Presently, both Cam Newton and Jarrett Stidham have held workout’s with Bourne and others already this spring in an effort to build early chemistry.

With the NFL draft just about two weeks away, clarity to the direction of that question looms closer.

For now, Bourne’s preparations have already begun. Take a look for yourself in his latest YouTube vlog update below.

For more, subscribe to Bourne’s very active YouTube channel to learn about one of the Patriots newest offensive weapons.

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Tags: Cam Newton Hunter Henry Jarrett Stidham Jonnu Smith Kendrick Bourne Nelson Agholor

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