By: Steve Balestrieri
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: ‘Good To Get That Work In’ Against Darrelle Revis:
Doug Kyed writes about Gronk’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 he’s feeling about getting back on the field and moving forward.
James White: More than a 3rd down 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, ‘I Haven’t Been Consistent, I Think I’m Getting Better:
Ryan Hannable writes about LaFell and his struggles to find the chemistry with Tom Brady in the offense but that he’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.