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  • Patriots Draft: Thoughts on the Patriots 2019 draft
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Patriots: The Patriots are going big at receiver this off-season and here is why.

The Patriots signed veteran wide receiver Dontrelle Inman to a one year contract last week. Inman’s signing continues a trend this off-season for the Patriots. Bill Belichick has made it a priority to go bigger at receiver. Is it a shift in philosophy? Are the Patriots going away from the smaller, slot type receivers we are accustomed to seeing? Perhaps. The more likely reason however is that Belichick is just…

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Patriots: Patriots add veteran depth signing offensive tackle Jared Veldheer and tight end Benjamin Watson

The Patriots added depth along the offensive line and at tight end this week signing veteran offensive tackle Jared Veldheer to a one year, $6.5 million dollar deal and former 2004 first round pick Benjamin Watson to a one year deal. Watson ended his brief retirement to return to New England. Veldheer has mostly played left tackle in his career after being selected by the Oakland Raiders in the third…

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Patriots: Bill Belichick’s genius is most evident in the Jimmy Garoppolo trade

Bill Belichick has been labeled a genius for what he has done on the football field as a coach but his “genius” extends beyond the football. Belichick has made some savvy moves on draft weekend through the years as well and as a result, he has looked like a genius when it comes to the personnel side of things as well. Recently, Pat Lane wrote a terrific piece on patspulpit.com…

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Patriots Draft: Thoughts on the Patriots 2019 draft

Joejuan Williams bolsters an already deep secondary. Draft picks: Arizona State WR N’Keal Harry (No. 32 overall); Vanderbilt CB Joejuan Williams (No. 45); Michigan DE Chase Winovich (No. 77); Alabama RB Damien Harris (No. 87); West Virginia OT Yodny Cajuste (No. 101); Arkansas OG Hjalte Froholdt (No. 118); Auburn QB Jarrett Stidham (No. 133); Maryland DE Byron Cowart(No. 159); Stanford P Jake Bailey (No. 163); Mississippi CB Ken Webster (No. 252)  The Patriots had 12 picks going into the Draft. Bill Belichick didn’t use all of the picks…

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Patriots Draft: Scouting Report on QB Jarrett Stidham

The Patriots drafted another quarterback and the question will be asked around New England. Is this Tom Brady’s successor? No one knows but what we do know is, Stidham is the fourth quarterback the Patriots have drafted in the last five years. Jimmy Garoppolo, Jacoby Brissett and Danny Etling are the others. Bill Belichick is once again trying to find a quarterback that the organization can develop into a future…

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Patriots Draft: Scouting Report on DT Byron Cowart

The Patriots drafted Maryland defensive tackle Byron Cowart in the fifth round with pick 159. Cowart was the number one recruit in the country in 2015 when he committed to Auburn. After a tumultuous tenure at the school, he transferred to Maryland where he finally put it all together last season. Here is our scouting report on Byron Cowart. Byron Cowart, Maryland 6-3 298 Player Comp: Sheldon Rankins Vs. Run:…

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Patriots Draft: Scouting Report on OG Hjalte Froholdt

The Patriots drafted Arkansas guard, center Hjalte Froholdt with pick 118 in the fourth round. The Arkansas product is from Denmark. He first came to the United State as an exchange student. Here is the scouting report on Hjalte Froholdt. Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas, 6-5 306 Initial Quickness: Froholdt gets off the ball with ease and engages. He has quick hands and can establish inside hand position easily. He is a…

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Patriots Draft: Scouting Report on OT Yodny Cajuste

West Virginia offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste was taken with pick 101. It was a compensatory pick at the end of third round. At 6-5 312, Cajuste has a lot of upside physically but he is also one of the most frustrating players in this draft in that he runs hot and cold and can be inconsistent. Here is our scouting report on Yodny Cajuste. Yodny Cajuste, West Virginia, 6-5 312…

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