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Pats Pulpit Feb 21, 2017
2017 NFL Draft Prospect Profile: Louisiana Tech’s Carlos Henderson may be the best WR value in the draft for the Patriots

2017 NFL Draft Prospect Profile: Louisiana Tech’s Carlos Henderson may be the best WR value in the draft for the Patriots

Henderson may prove to be the best WR value in the draft for a team patient enough to develop him. The Patriots don’t have too much of a priority for a WR in 2017, given there’s a very high chance that all five WRs from the 53-man roster on Super Bowl Sunday will be returning. Julian Edelman is an extension candidate, Malcolm Mitchell and Chris Hogan are just getting started, Danny Amendola is open towards a pay cut, and Michael Floyd’s DUI situation will likely result in a prove-it contract with the Patriots. There isn’t a need to draft a plug and play WR high given the amount of...
Pats Pulpit Feb 21, 2017
New England Patriots links 2/21/17 - Entire offensive line can be brought back in 2017

New England Patriots links 2/21/17 - Entire offensive line can be brought back in 2017

Daily news and links for 2/21/17 TEAM TALK Good Morning Football - Chris Hogan Part I: Super bowl LI, Jimmy Garoppolo. (video) GMF - Chris Hogan Part II: Process of earning Tom Brady's respect. (video) GMF - Chris Hogan Part III: SB Halftime, no pep talk, players knew they'd pull this off. (video) GMF - Chris Hogan Part IV: Greatest Super Bowl comeback, playing without Rob Gronkowski. (7.21 min. video) LOCAL LINKS Mark Daniels analyzes each position group on the Patriots: Offensive line. Entire O-line will be intact for 2017. Ryan Hannable categorizes the Patriots free agents to...

Chris Hogan: Patriots were ‘100 percent convinced’ they’d rally to beat Falcons at halftime of Super Bowl LI

Even though the Patriots trailed the Falcons 21-3 at halftime of Super Bowl LI, the team didn’t lose hope. In fact, they had a good feeling they would be able to come back and win. Appearing on NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football” on Monday, Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan went as far as saying the […]
Providence Journal Feb 16, 2017

Patriots' wide receivers: Plenty of depth, and core is intact

With the 2016 season in the books, the Providence Journal will take a look at each position group on the Patriots, analyzing how the team performed in 2016 and where it might be heading in the future. Today we look at wide receivers.Julian Edelman; Danny Amendola; Chris Hogan; Malcolm Mitchell; Michael Floyd; Devin Lucien; DeAndrew White Contract situation: The bulk of last season’s wide receiver production will be back — for [...]
Pats Pulpit Feb 16, 2017
PFF: Julian Edelman and Chris Hogan are the NFL's best at two types of routes

PFF: Julian Edelman and Chris Hogan are the NFL's best at two types of routes

Wide receivers Julian Edelman and Chris Hogan, two key contributors to the "One More" Super Bowl run, earned top honors from Pro Football Focus for the routes they run best. Aside from being a pair of hellacious blockers, Chris Hogan and Julian Edelman put a whole bunch of defensive backs on roller skates this season en route to New England's fifth Super Bowl win - and, while we're at it, they put a few DB's on their backs, too.  Both Edelman and Hogan showed up big-time in the postseason too, with Hogan Stone-Cold-stunning the Pittsburgh Steelers almost single-handedly, and Edelman...
NFL Nation | ESPN Feb 15, 2017

Bills should avoid losing Mike Gillislee like they lost Chris Hogan

Bills should avoid losing Mike Gillislee like they lost Chris Hogan
FOX Sports Feb 15, 2017
Could Dalton Crossan be the next Chris Hogan?

Could Dalton Crossan be the next Chris Hogan?

Dalton Crossan may not be the biggest name in the 2017 NFL draft, but he's hoping to follow in the footsteps of New England Patriots receiver Chris Hogan.Football has always been Dalton Crossan's first love, despite being a multi-sport athlete in high school. Now, the former New Hampshir...
Pats Pulpit Feb 15, 2017
How the Patriots convert castoffs to Champions

How the Patriots convert castoffs to Champions

The Patriots turn players cast aside from their league rivals into viable assets en route to Super Bowl championships. How do they do it? The New England Patriots acquired LB Kyle Van Noy and CB Eric Rowe for cheap draft picks and turned them into viable starters. They have taken burnouts like EDGE Jabaal Sheard and LB Shea McClellin and found roles for them to succeed. The Patriots are the fourth team that RB Dion Lewis, WR Danny Amendola, TE Martellus Bennett, and DT Alan Branch have played for, and represent the fifth stop for WR Chris Hogan and RB LeGarette Blount (albeit just the...
Boston Globe Feb 13, 2017
Tom Brady recalls his key 'Peyton Manning-type throw' on Super Bowl-winning overtime drive

Tom Brady recalls his key 'Peyton Manning-type throw' on Super Bowl-winning overtime drive

Super Bowl LI produced a lot of memorable plays. But there’s one that stuck with Tom Brady, which most Patriots fans might not remember. In an interview Sunday with Sports Illustrated‘s Peter King, Brady recalled this 18-yard first-down pass to Chris Hogan during overtime as a symbol of the chemistry he had developed with his receivers […]
Boston Herald Feb 4, 2017
Receivers Chris Hogan and Malcolm Mitchell fit right in with Tom Brady and the offense

Receivers Chris Hogan and Malcolm Mitchell fit right in with Tom Brady and the offense

HOUSTON — Chris Hogan didn’t waste much time in establishing himself as a deep threat.In the season opener at Arizona, Hogan blew by defensive back Brandon Williams to haul in a 37-yard touchdown pass from Jimmy Garoppolo to help the Patriots defeat the Cardinals, 23-21.Hogan went on to catch 38 passes for 680 yards and four touchdowns during the regular season. His 17.9 yards per catch was tied for the league best with Washington’s DeSean Jackson for receivers with at least 35 catches.Hogan teamed with rookie Malcolm Mitchell to give the Patriots a pair of down-field threats. Mitchell...
numberFire Feb 3, 2017

Patriots list Martellus Bennett (knee), Chris Hogan (thigh) as questionable for Super Bowl

New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett (knee) and wide receiver Chris Hogan (thigh) are both listed as questionable for Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons. What It Means: Bennett has been playing through an ankle injury that will likely require surgery this offseason, and he also hurt his knee earlier in the postseason. Hogan has reportedly been hobbled for a few weeks, but it didn't show in the AFC Championship Game when he set a Patriots' postseason record with 180 receiving yards. Both players are expected to be in for their normal workloads on...
Providence Journal Feb 3, 2017

Patriots list seven players as questionable for Super Bowl LI

HOUSTON – The Patriots will head into Super Bowl LI matchup against the Atlanta Falconswith seven players listed as questionable.The team released their final injury report of the 2016 NFL season on Friday. No changes were made from Thursday’s report. Martellus Bennett (knee), Alan Branch (toe), Nate Ebner (concussion), Dont’a Hightower (shoulder), Chris Hogan (thigh), Malcolm Mitchell (knee) and Vincent Valentine (back) were listed as a limited on Friday and [... [...]
Miami Herald Feb 3, 2017

More than a nickname, ex-Dolphin Hogan is a real-life Hollywood story

In 2012, the Dolphins closed the door on the guy who was always open. Now he’s at the pinnacle of American professional sports, and Chris Hogan -- the receiver nicknamed …

Chris Hogan in The Players’ Tribune: ‘Patriots aren’t satisfied with anything less’ than Super Bowl

The AFC championship game may have been a breakout performance for Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan, but as he wrote for The Players’ Tribune on Thursday, that victory is nothing compared to the one the Patriots are going for on Sunday. “Tom Brady said, ‘Good job tonight, Chris. Now let’s go win one more,'” Hogan wrote. […]
Ron Cook: Chris Hogan's determination rewarded with Super Bowl season

Ron Cook: Chris Hogan's determination rewarded with Super Bowl season

HOUSTON — The question had to be asked of New England Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan, who tortured the Steelers with nine catches for 180 yards and two touchdowns in the AFC championship game.

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