Could Mark Harrison be switched to a move tight end in the Patriots offense? (SBalestrieri/PatsFans photo)
Some of the links around the web that concern the Patriots and the NFL this morning:
Projecting best openingÂ possibilities: Mike Reiss looks at the Patriots opponents and presents his take on what would be the best possible scenario schedule wise for 2014.
Which Pats make over-30, under-25Â cut?: Reiss takes a look at a recent Pat Kirwan piece on who are the best players in the NFL over 30 years old and under 25.
Beyond the 1st round:Â Safety: Reiss in his on-going series of players available after the first round for the 2014 NFL Draft takes a look at the safety position and not surprisingly, Deone Bucannon is atop the list.
New England Patriots 2014 NFL Draft Prospects: Could Minnesota safety Brock Vereen team up with his brother Shane in the pros?: Nick OâMalley takes a look at Minnesota S Brock Vereen, brother of Patriots RB Shane and gives his take on how Vereen could be on the Pats radar for the later rounds in the draft.
Ryan Shazier Among Potential Patriots Cover Linebackers In NFL Draft: Doug Kyed breaks down the talented Ohio State linebacker and others and makes a case why they could be drafted by the Patriots in May.
Patriots Mock Draft: New England Trades Down, Selects Pass Rusher: Kyedâs lates Mock Draft has the Patriots moving back in the first round and going after a pass rushing Defensive End with their first selection.
Road to the Draft: Pittsburgh’s Tom Savage:Tom Curran takes a look at the QB from Pitt who is rumored to be selected near the top of the 2nd round of the NFL Draft. Some scouts liken Savage to a âTom Brady2â and Curran breaks down the good and bad.
Spikes on social media: ‘It’s a free country’: Curran takes a look at the recent comments by former Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes about the Patriots and Patriots fans.
A Potential Move: Patriots Second-Year Wideout Mark Harrison: Oliver Thomas takes a look at the intriguing case of Mark Harrison, the big WR the Patriots signed last year but missed the entire season due to injury. Can Harrison with his size and speed, become a âmove TEâ in the Hernandez role? A great read hereâŠ
Mike Loykoâs 2014 NFL Draft Guide: Now Available: Mike Loyko has a fantastic database for all of your 2014 draft needs and looks at the prospects in this yearâs draft. A 315 page resource that is what every fan of the draft will love to pore over as the draft approaches.
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