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Amendola has agreed to a restructured, two-year deal that will pay him $7.35 million with another $750,000 available in bonuses and incentives for 2016-17
The Patriots added some much-needed youth into the wide receiver core, by selecting Malcolm Mitchell and Devin Lucien in the NFL Draft.
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.
Miller ran a 4.40 in the 40 as well as led all WRs in the all-important 3-Cone Drill with a superb time of 6.65. He also had the best times in the 20-yard Shuttle and the 60-yard Shuttle.
The Patriots bringing in veteran DL Terrence Knighton was a big move figuratively and literally for the team this week. The 6’3, 354 pound Knighton whose nickname is ‘Pot Roast’, will turn 30 on July 4th but should have plenty left in the tank to help out the Patriots rotation at DT.
Kraft’s fellow owners weren’t interested in the truth. Rather the owners were much more interested in punishing Kraft and the Patriots because….they win too much.
In this episode, we discussed the many moves the Patriots have made since Free Agency opened for the 2016 season.
Bill Belichick always builds his rosters slowly and with the team goals in mind, not a fantasy football roster. His success the past 15 years play out how well his philosophy works.
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.
The Patriots offered RFA Chris Hogan a 3-year offer for $12 million-dollars with a 2016 cap hit of $5.5 million which will make it very difficult for the Buffalo Bills to match. Hogan has signed his offer sheet and the Bills have five days to match.
Brady was signed through the 2017 season and was set to make $10 million in 2017 and $9 million this year. His salary cap hit of $15 million will most certainly come down now as a result.
The Patriots used their defense and special teams to gut out a 20-13 win over the Buffalo Bills on Monday night. By sweeping the Bills they can clinch the division with a win in Denver on Sunday.