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The following is a list of confirmed signings for the New England Patriots and a brief synopsis of each player.T.J.Moe-WR- Missouri, 5'11 1/4 204 lbs.TJ has been aptly described as a Wes Welker type slot receiver. He must have caught Bill Belichick's eye at the combine and through film. His 6.53 3-cone drill is one of the top five 3-cones run this year. His ability to run over the middle and catch everything thrown his way probably had Bill thinking Wes has a brother. Difference being TJ is bigger the Wes and just like Wes nobody wanted to draft him.Zach Sudfeld-TE- Nevada, 6'6 253lbs 4.78 40 time.Zach was one of the nation's most productive tight ends in 2012, catching 45 passes for 598 yards and 9 touchdowns.Cory "Porkchop" Grissom-NT- USF- 6'1 306 lbs.- 40 time was 5.21Porkchop was the anchor on the South Florida Defensive line. He showed an ability to take on double teams and he was able to shed blockers. He's not very mobile but is stout in the...
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The comparisons were simply inevitable. T.J. Moe is a slot receiver out of the University of Missouri. He is small, white, not blazingly fast, but extremely quick, and very tough. Then he goes undrafted and signs with the New England Patriots, this is the easiest comparison of all time, T.J. Moe is in the mold of Wes Welker.
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Quotes from Bill Belichick after the conclusion of the draft - Extra Points - Boston.com:
Bill Belichick is supporting the Watertown Police Department with a personalized touch. The New England Patriots coach got a Watertown Police Department hooded sweatshirt and customized it with a Patriots logo, Boston Strong ribbon, and cutoff sleeves, of course.
The Watertown Police said that they got a special request from the Patriots during the week for some police hats for...
If there’s one thing more exciting than watching your team pick during the NFL draft, it’s going inside your favorite team’s draft room during the NFL draft.
Even if it’s for nothing more than a trade.
“Patriots Today” went inside the Pats draft room with head coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft — among others — during the first round of the 2013 NFL draft...
In all of the years I have been an diehard fan of the New England Patriots, I do not recall a single time that I have called exactly what Bill Belichick will do in the first round of the draft, or any round for that matter. However, it is an extreme rarity if anybody does. Bill Belichick's drafts are similar to what the writers did to the ending of the show Lost, he purposely...
BY DAN BEGNOCHERegardless of Bill Belichick's past misses at wide receiver in the draft, the team desperately needed an outside threat to add to its depth chart.Belichick and the New England Patriots rolled the dice once again on Friday, drafting Aaron Dobson out of Marshall with the 59th overall pick. (photo: collegetopro.com)While Dobson is precisely the outside-type receiver...
FOXBORO, Mass. — You might as well paint the Patriots 2013 draft class with scarlet lettering.
The Patriots came away from draft weekend with seven draft picks and a whole truckload of undrafted free agents to add to an already stocked roster. Of the group, four players had one distinct connection: they all played at Rutgers.
Cornerback Logan Ryan (third round), safety Duron Harmon...
The Patriots were successful in their attempt to move running back/return man Jeff Demps after the Olympic Sprinter announced that his devotion to Track & Field would limit his time on the gridiron. In addition to Demps' open devotion to track, the Pats signed Pro Bowl return specialist Leon Washington this offseason as well.
So the need to keep Demps quickly spiraled...
One of the more intriguing (and puzzling) story lines to come out of the Patriot's 2013 draft class is the continued love affair between Bill Belichick and the Rutgers football program.
When all was said and done this past week, the Patriot's had added four new Scarlet Knights to the prospective roster, three through the draft (CB Logan Ryan, S Duron Harmon, and LB Steve...
As the clock struck 7:30 p.m. on Saturday night and the 2013 NFL Draft concluded, general managers immediately got on the phone with the agents of players who went undrafted to quickly scoop those undervalued players up before another team with a better situation came calling.
Reports first came out that Missouri slot receiver T.J. Moe had signed on with the Jaguars to play with...
The New England Patriots traded their first round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft to the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night.
The Patriots surrendered the 29th pick overall and in return get four picks from the Vikings.
After only having a five picks in the draft the Patriots gained picks in the 2nd (#57), 3rd (#83), 4th (102) and 7th (229).
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The 2013 NFL Draft has come to an end and we now know the names of all 7 players selected by the New England Patriots in this years draft. Yesterday, New England drafted to fill their areas of need and brought in a pass rushing/coverage linebacker, a big wide receiver to stretch the field and two defensive...
BY NICK ST. DENISThe New England Patriots' roster is Rutgers-heavy, but coach Bill Belichick won't say it's by design. At least not completely.Thanks to their recent drafting three Rutgers players -- linebacker Steve Beauharnais and defensive backs Logan Ryan and Duron Harmon -- New England currently employs five Scarlet Knights.All five are defensive players, as fourth...
There are many things you can say about Patriots head coach (and general manager) Bill Belichick, but when it comes to drafting, conservative is not one of them.
It may appear that way when the Patriots are constantly trading down because it allows them to take more players, but typically the players they do draft are raw and let their workout numbers stand out just as much as their...
Bill Belichick had two picks in the second round and he actually used both of them.
After taking linebacker Jamie Collins just minutes before at No. 52 overall, the Patriots used their other second-rounder (No. 59) on Marshall wide receiver Aaron Dobson.
Dobson is a freak athlete and should provide some much-needed size on the outside for Tom Brady. He measured in at 6-foot-3, 210...