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.
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.
Jakobi Meyers is having a pretty impressive camp along with Maurice Harris. He used his height to outleap Keion Crosson on a pass from Stidham.
“It’s nice when you have a coach that sees you as a human being, and you’re able to go talk to him, and you’re able to go take care of it,” Bennett said
It was a busy day at Gillette Stadium as fans and media were on hand to get their first glimpse as the team took the practice field Thursday and here’s a full rundown of what we learned from the session.
Berrios went all out for a quick out pass from Brady, diving for the ball, which got a fist-bump from the QB when they got back to the huddle.
Berrios has to stay healthy and on the field. He had a pretty impressive spring and everything is falling in place for him to carve out a niche for himself
Berrios had a very strong spring but is in no way a lock at this point. He has a long way to go but is definitely trending in the right direction.
Edelman, Harry and Dorsett are locks. Meyers with his size and hands makes it yet another year with an UDFA making the roster out of training camp.
“I had teammates that help you, and then you had teammates that didn’t,” Edelman said after practice on Wednesday. “I like to be known as a guy that helped you
Play of the Day – Hoyer threw a high arcing pass to the corner of the end zone and Dorsett made a beautiful leaping catch in the end zone.
Pro Football Focus had Winovich as their 29th highest rated player going into the draft, so the Pats bringing him in at #77 is pretty good value
|Boston.com - Oct 29th, 2020|