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They can move him around to create matchups in the slot where he logged about 50 percent of the Titans’ snaps last year when the opportunity avails itself.
In this episode, we shared our thoughts on the beginning of Patriots Training Camp.
Wise is relentlessly pursuing his craft with a never-ending search to improve and become a better, all-around, more productive edge defender
Brandon Bolden had nowhere to go and tried to bounce it outside. Elandon Roberts flew over and popped Bolden good, knocking him backward for a loss.
And Dorsett, this summer is getting in a lot of work inside. Both he and veteran Jordan Matthews are working in the slot as well
The wait is nearly over as the Patriots head into training camp tomorrow. NFL Football is back among us until February, and not a moment too soon. The Patriots offseason […]
McCourty is an excellent free safety and makes all the calls for the secondary as the quarterback back there and he’s a team captain and a leader.
Gilmore was the Patriots best corner, by far down the stretch and into the playoffs last year. His diving play on 4th down sealed the deal in the AFCCG.
The healthy return of Hightower is an absolute priority, we wrote last year he was the one guy on defense they could not replace with anyone on the roster
Good morning, Here is your Sunday’s Patriots news 7-15, & AFC East Notes. Quick Hitters: Something you can file under either a slow news week or not very surprising news, […]
Trey Flowers is their best overall defensive lineman and many expect him to turn in a Pro-Bowl season in 2018. They’ve added Adrian Clayborn
Good morning, Here is your Sunday’s Patriots news 7-8, & AFC East Notes …We hope everyone had a safe and happy Independence Day holiday. Here’s to the next 242 years. […]
The loss of Edelman for that first month of the season, where the Patriots are normally slow starters is a big loss, there is no getting around that.
“He’s the best right tackle in the National Football League,” Miller said of Brown. “And he may even be a top-five tackle, period, in the NFL.
Matthews is 6’3, 212 pounds and excelled in the slot role with Philly averaging about 70 catches a year before an injury-plagued campaign with the non-throwing Bills.