Here are some Patriots links from around the web on Wednesday, July 30, 2014:
For those attending Training camp on Wednesday it should be noted that the practice start time has changed from 9:15 to 9:45.
Rob Gronkowski: â€˜Good To Get That Work Inâ€™ Against Darrelle Revis:
Doug Kyed writes about Gronkâ€™s one-on-one work yesterday with Revis and talked with him about his on-going rehab.
Brandon LaFell Studying Patriots Playbook Every Night To Learn Complex Offense: Kyed writes about the hard work that LaFell is putting in on and off the field trying to master the Patriots playbook
Underdog Wendell Fighting For His Spot:
Tom E. Curran writes about Pats center Ryan Wendell, and his fight to keep Bryan Stork from taking away his starting job.
Revis shadows Gronkowski in one-on-one session:
Phil Perry gives his take on the Gronk and Revis session and why it is important going forward for Gronkowski.
Tommy Kelly Thrilled To Be Back on the Field:
Mark Chiarelli writes about Tommy Kelly, now active and off the PUP List and how heâ€™s feeling about getting back on the field and moving forward.
James White: More than a 3rd downÂ back:
Mike Reiss writes about the rookie running back James White who is turning heads at training camp and thinks he be much more than just a third down option.
Road Tripping: DBS Latest Group Of Pats To Seek Coaching Advice Outside Organization: Chris Price focuses on the work done by the Patriots secondary in Arizona prior to coming to camp and how it may pay big dividends.
Brandon LaFell, â€˜I Havenâ€™t Been Consistent, I Think Iâ€™m Getting Better:
Ryan Hannable writes about LaFell and his struggles to find the chemistry with Tom Brady in the offense but that heâ€™s improving every day.
NE Patriots Draft:
Cleaning Out the Notebook: Week 1 of Patriots Training Camp:
Oliver Thomas takes a look at the entire first week of training camp and puts down some on-going positional battles that have played out thus far.
Camping these days a summer breeze:
Ron Borges writes about training camp and what a far cry it is from the days of just a generation ago and how difficult it is for coaches to evaluate players within such a limited window.
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