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Blidi Wreh-Wilson is probably not a name most Patriots fans are familiar with. But it is looking increasingly likely that he could become a fixture in the team's secondary beginning this upcoming season.
I wrote about Wreh-Wilson early in March after draft expert Todd McShay predicted the team would select the cornerback out of Uconn with their first round pick. It looks like Mr. McShay was on to something, as Bill Belichick and a number of other Pats staffers visited UConn's pro day last Wednesday. As Mike Reiss writes, it is believed the purpose of the trip was to get a better look at the corner who appeared to be piquing their interest.
Wreh-Wilson during his time at UConn
No one would contest the fact that the secondary was the weakest area of last year's Patriots team. While the resigning of Aqib Talib stabilized a unit that was very much up in the air; question marks surrounding Alfonzo Dennard (facing possible jail time), Tavon Wilson (capable of being a sta...
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Danny Amendola is with the Patriots now, and Wes Welker is now a Denver Bronco. What’s done is done and now both parties will have to move on. The new Patriots combination of Tom Brady and Danny Amendola got in their first workout together as teammates Tuesday on the USC practice field according to NFL.com. USC officials sent out a tweet about the historic workout. New England...
Chuck Fairbanks, who coached Heisman Trophy winner Steve Owens at Oklahoma and spent six seasons as coach of the New England Patriots, has died after battling brain cancer. He was 79.
Oklahoma said in a news release that Fairbanks died Tuesday in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Fairbanks was 52-15-1 in six years with the Sooners, including an Orange Bowl victory his first season and consecutive...
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According to USC’s official Twitter feed, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was working out with his newest weapon, wide receiver Danny Amendola at their football facility.
New England @patriots QB Tom Brady and his newest WR Danny Amendola were working out together at USC today.
— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) April 2, 2013
USC receivers coach Tee Martin snapped a photo from his...
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Wes Welker is gone, but Tom Brady is already moving on.
Brady was at USC on Tuesday working out with new Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola, trying to get a head start on the connection with his new primary target.
Offseason workouts were a staple for Welker and Brady during their six seasons together in New England. The two were close friends, so a natural connection was there...
Former NFL head coach Chuck Fairbanks passed away today at the age of 79.
Condolences go out to his family, friends, players & associates.
Fairbanks was the head coach of the New England Patriots from 1973-1978
RIP Coach Fairbanks
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Cooking with Bill Belichick (by SportsMockLive)