Found April 17, 2013 on NESN.com:
The Patriots are returning much of their secondary from a season ago in preparation of the 2013 season. But that doesn’t mean they won’t be looking to add even more on draft day. Bringing back Aqib Talib was a good move, especially on a relatively team-friendly one-year, $5 million deal, but the one year does indicate the Patriots may be looking past the troubled star going forward. So, this year’s draft may be just the place that they locate Talib’s eventual replacement. Some of the top-tier options include Alabama’s Dee Milliner, Florida State’s Xavier Rhodes and Washington’s Desmond Trufant, but it is very possible that none of them are around when the Pats pick at No. 29. So, looking beyond those prospects, or even beyond the first round, seems to be a good bet. Rutgers cornerback Logan Ryan fits the general mold of a Patriots cornerback. He’s physical and a very sound tackler, and maybe even more importantly his three-cone time was an incredible 6.69 seconds — the Patriots tend...
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