Julian Edelman has been on the field for the OTAs and looks like he hasn’t lost a bit of his quickness. Coming off of a serious ACL injury that caused him to miss all of 2017, that is good news
According to most reports Edelman looked as strong and quick as ever, appearing to be back to his explosive shifty self during his limited time on the field. Edelman only took part in individual drills but from how it went, it’s good news
With the right coach and the right system, Samuels can line up anywhere and be a factor on offense. As a running back out in the flat, as an H-Back, or in the slot. He will probably become a core special teamer immediately.
Patterson averaged 28.3 yards per kick return for the Raiders last season, the previous two seasons with Minnesota, he averaged over 31.
His teammates call him “Danny Playoffs” or “Playoff ‘Dola” for his penchant of big-time catches when the stage is the biggest.
Mitchell has decent speed but isn’t a burner. He’s a move the chains kind of guy who can make the tough catches against man coverage.
Dorsett, like Brandin Cooks, has 4.33 speed in the 40. He also ran a 6.70 time in the 3-Cone Drill so he has the short area quickness as well
The Patriots on Saturday have swung another trade. They’ve traded QB Jacoby Brissett to the Indianapolis Colts for WR Phillip Dorsett.
Carr made arguably the catch of the day with a beautiful leaping grab in the back of the end zone with a leaping grab over DB Will Likely.
What’s not to like about this position? Not very much. On paper, this unit looks as deep, talented and versatile as any group we’ve seen.
In 2016 he caught 78 passes for 1173 yards (15.0-yard average) and eight touchdowns including a 98-yarder from Drew Brees.
Woods caught 51 passes for 613 yards, hauling in more than 67 percent of the passes thrown his way in 2016 for the Bills.
The Patriots picked up a bargain with Floyd, who was a former first round pick. He has the size at 6’2, 220 that the other Patriots receivers don’t have.
Edelman hasn’t been himself thus far in 2016 and one has to wonder if his foot injury from last year is causing him some problems.
You can expect a lot of the two-TE run heavy sets in either “12” personnel (1 RB, 2TEs, 2WRs), or in the “22” personnel with (2RBs, 2TEs, 1 WR).
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