It’s been a solid preseason for Patriots defensive back Joejuan Williams, who has been terrific so far and looks like a player ready to contribute in their secondary.
After a slow start during this training camp as he continues working his way back from last year’s injury, tackle Isaiah Wynn has started to gain some momentum recently and appears poised to take over the starting job at left tackle.
Patriots training camp has seen Jonathan Jones as one of the most consistent performers in their defense, with Jones playing like a player who knows this is his chance to earn a bigger role in the team’s secondary.
After a solid first season, Sony Michel continues to improve at training camp and appears on track to be the team’s top back again in 2019.
Patriots rookie defensive end Chase Winovich has had a terrific camp, with plenty of nice moments as he continues working his way into the line-up. Here’s a quick rundown of what’s been written about him after the team finished up their final public session this week.
One of the more impressive players on the field today had to be rookie Joejuan Williams.. He had a couple of nice interceptions and had a few pass breakups
“I think there were plays – quick throws where the read was clear and the receiver was open, where he scrambled and extended the play,” Belichick said.
Jarrett Stidham has put in a lot of work since training camp opened for the Patriots and while it hasn’t always been pretty, there have been some bright moments recently that could put himself in position to eventually ascend the quarterback depth chart.
Meyers is generating a ton of buzz around his play and his early grasp of the Patriots playbook but Berrios, has shown signs of life against the Lions
As the Patriots work with the Lions in joint practices out in Detroit, surprise receiver Jakobi Meyers continues to make a case for himself. Here’s a full rundown of what’s been written about him as he continues fighting for a spot in the offense.
Sony Michel looks good, now that he is back on the field and he and Damien Harris are getting more frequent looks in the passing game.
So, while on paper Brady is receiving a two-year extension worth $70 million, it remains a year-to-year proposition. The team can void the extra two years
With one week of camp in the books, here’s a quick rundown of all the media reports for Patriots receiver Braxton Berrios, who has had an uneven first week during the team’s start of training camp.
Brady threw to Meyers twice before he made his break, something that shows Brady already trusts him to be where he has to be when he has to be there.
Sony Michel continues to get a lot of looks in the passing game. During the 7-on-7 work, Brady went in Michel’s direction twice in the first four snaps.
|USA TODAY - Jun 17th, 2021|