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Arian Foster the FA running back for the Texans set the tongues wagging this week when he was spotted at Logan Airport in Boston at a rental car booth.
In this episode, we discussed in detail the Patriots schedule for the 2016 season. We also discussed the release of Dominique Easley, and also the opening of OTA’s for the Patriots.
While much has been made about the Pats inability to develop wide receivers, the interior pass rushing presence has been missing for quite some time.
Hargrave has the first step explosion to get off the line quickly and get after the quarterback with excellent snap anticipation.
Dominique Easley thanks Patriots organization on Instagram following release.
Ridgeway turned heads at his Pro Day by running the 20-yard short-shuttle in 4.69 seconds and the 3-Cone Drill in 7.33 which for a big man of his size is pretty impressive.
Siliga is one of those big bodied guys who are invaluable as run stuffers. One of the indelible moments of training camp was his crunching hit of Tyler Gaffney on August 1, shooting across the gap and leveling the runner as he was trying to get to the second level
The big 6’4, 325-pound lineman is versatile, a Bill Belichick staple and can play anywhere from 0-technique to a 5-technique. His ability to stop the run and collapse the pocket were big parts of the Patriots defense down the stretch.
Patriots sign free agent DT Ishmaa’ily Kitchen, featured in funny comedy sketch.
It was a total group effort with the interior players pushing the pocket and the edge rushers bringing pressure outside.
Chandler Jones posts “Brothers” picture to Twitter
The Patriots trade for DL Akiem Hicks was a good one. He brings depth to the interior DL and has the opportunity to be a nice role player on the front seven
After a full week of training camp, here’s a list of players from around the Division who have been pleasant surprises, and disappointments.
|CBS Boston - Jan 25th, 2021|
|Pats Pulpit - Jan 25th, 2021|