Bill Belichick always talks of the big jump that players experience between their rookie and sophomore seasons.
There was an interesting turn of events on Thursday after free agent running back Arian Foster was apparently spotted in Boston, with one fan pointing out his presence via Twitter.
But perhaps the most intriguing signing was LB Shea McClellin. Because there exists a big question on just how the team plans on utilizing his strengths.
“He’s passionate about football and winning, He’s an excellent fit for the Patriots, and the Patriots are an excellent fit for him.”
LeGarrette Blount has made a home for himself in New England, and it looks like he’ll have a shot at remaining here for at least another season.
In this episode, we discussed the additions of Terrance Knighton, Clay Harbor, E.J. Biggers, and Nate Washington to the Patriots. We also discussed the contract extension for Patrick Chung. Lastly, we discussed some players to look for in the NFL Draft at offensive tackle and running back.
Harbor is more of a move tight end at 6’3, 250 pounds that Josh McDaniels can use flexed outside, as an H-back or even in a fullback mode.
Fitzy catches fans up on the latest Patriots offseason news in his latest webcast.
In this episode, we discussed the many moves the Patriots have made since Free Agency opened for the 2016 season.
Chris Long interacts with fans over Twitter to discuss his new jersey number.
Martellus Brady introduces himself to Tom Brady over Instagram.
McClellin was originally drafted by the Bears in the first round of the 2012 draft from Boise State with the 19th overall and used as a defensive end. He was reportedly on the Patriots radar in the draft but the Bears selected him two picks before New England selected Chandler Jones.
Adding Long was a master stroke by Bill Belichick as within hours he was able to swing a trade for DE Chandler Jones to the Arizona Cardinals for a 2nd round draft pick as well as G Jonathan Cooper and then add Long to replace Jones on the roster.
Chandler Jones thanks Patriots organization following trade to Cardinals, teammates react on social media.
Hogan is a great fit for the Patriots offense, versatile, fast, agile with good size, he can play anywhere on the receiver tree and be a more productive member of the offense here than he ever was in Buffalo.
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