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The Associated Press Josh Boyce is one lucky wide receiver.
As if playing with Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III in high school and the Cincinnati Bengals' Andy Dalton in college wasn't enough, Boyce now will be on the receiving end of passes from Tom Brady after the New England Patriots selected the TCU receiver with the fifth pick of the fourth round Saturday.
Boyce says, ''I've been blessed to play with great quarterbacks my whole career.''
The Patriots acquired the 102nd overall pick to take Boyce in a trade Thursday with Minnesota, shipping their first-rounder - 29th overall - to the Vikings for their second-, third-, fourth- and seventh-round draft choices.
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Just a bunch of dudes gettin' Boyce'd.
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The Patriots jumped right back on the horse on Saturday afternoon, and they went offense with their first pick.
With the fifth pick (No. 102 overall) of Day 3, the Patriots went with another wide receiver. This time they drafted TCU wide receiver Josh Boyce.
Boyce is a bit undersized at just 5-foot-11, but he’s another athletic wonder. He’s definitely a speedster, running a blazing...
The New England Patriots have selected TCU wide receiver Josh Boyce with the fifth pick of the fourth round of the NFL draft on Saturday.
The Patriots acquired the 102nd overall pick in a trade Thursday with Minnesota, shipping their first-rounder to the Vikings for second-, third-, fourth- and seventh-round draft choices.
Boyce is the second wide receiver taken in five picks for...
FOXBORO, Mass. — The Patriots have needed speed on the outside for some time, and they’ve found some in this year’s draft.
First, it was the monstrous frame and freakish athleticism of Aaron Dobson in the second round. On Saturday, they added wideout athlete with crazy potential.
Josh Boyce is one of the best athletes in this draft, and he has the ability to be a real gamebreaker...
(US Presswire) -NEW YORK CITY-- The Patriots have had an eventful draft. After trading away their first-round pick, (#28 overall) to the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for four more, New England, who before the draft did not have many picks, suddenly had a slew. This helped out the Patriots immensely and the fruits of their labor were on display today as they took wide receiver...
A big and speedy receiver, Josh Boyce slipped in the draft due to a foot injury. Boyer is 5-11, 206 lbs and can be a deep threat for the Patriots with his ability to stretch the field.
All of a sudden the Patriots have gotten some big receivers on the edges, something we've been clamoring for recently.
The Patriots received this pick from Minnesota when they traded out of...
BY DAN BEGNOCHEThe New England Patriots took another shot at drafting a wide receiver on Saturday, adding some insurance to Friday night's second-round pick of Aaron Dobson.The team's first pick of the weekend was TCU wideout Josh Boyce, who put up solid numbers in his three-year career despite dealing with a foot injury in 2012.The 5-foot, 11-inch junior put up 2,535 receiving...
New England adds another wideout in the Draft, TCU's Josh Boyce
12:25 p.m.: It’s nice to see New England take a player we’ve heard of and watched. He’s a slot receiver out of TCU and destroyed teh combine with a 4.34-second 40-yard dash and 6.68-second 3-cone time. The Patriots have got to love that 3-cone agility.
Boyce can play the Z-receiver role, or the slot. He’s fast and shifty, but had some injuries. He piled up 2,535 yards and...
On Saturday the final day of the 2013 NFL Draft the New England Patriots made a few selections to bolster their roster.
With their fourth round pick at #102 they selected TCU WR Josh Boyce a 5’11” speedy wideout. He ran a 4.38 in the 40-yard dash during a workout for the team.
In 2012 he had 66 catches for 891 yards and 7 TD’s and is considered an intelligent player...