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Pats Pulpit Jun 22, 2016

OG Jonathan Cooper wants to rewrite history with the Patriots

The Patriots newest guard is fighting for a starting role and to change his career. The New England Patriots interior line has been the downfall of the offense for the better part of the past decade. As the interior plays, so goes the rest of the offense. We can point to how the Giants dismantled the Patriots offense with their patented NASCAR packages with four defensive ends, and how current Patriot, but then-Bronco, defensive tackle Terrance Knighton disemboweled Logan Mankins and the interior line in 2013. We could see how the the offense solidified in 2014 after inserting Bryan Stork...
Pats Pulpit Jun 17, 2016

Patriots rookie OG Joe Thuney has some thinking of Logan Mankins, and other rookie notes

ESPN’s Mike Reiss shares some thoughts on the Patriots rookie class. New England Patriots beat writer Mike Reiss is a cornerstone for his insight and access. He recently shared his thoughts on the Patriots entire rookie class and I highly recommend checking it out. He had a few notes that stood out to me. Second round cornerback Cyrus Jones will “compete” for starting snaps in the slot. Fourth round wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell had one of the best catches of minicamp. Sixth round linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill looks to be an impact player on special teams with defensive upside. But...
Bucs Nation Jun 16, 2016

Watch: Doug Martin is back on the NFL Top 100

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got their third and likely final player on NFL Network's list of the Top 100 Players of 2015. Running back Doug Martin came in at number 33, after two years of absence. Gerald McCoy (63) and Lavonte David (53) joined the list earlier this month. The Bucs have a few players who could have made the top 100 but almost certainly didn’t. Mike Evans and Jameis Winston had a shot, as did the now-retired Logan Mankins, who had a pretty strong final season in the NFL. But three players on the top 100 isn't too bad for a team that went 6-10. Your browser does not support...
Pats Pulpit Jun 10, 2016

Who are the potential Patriots that could be traded this offseason?

It’s an annual tradition like no other. Who is Bill Belichick going to trade this offseason? No one will be surprised if or when New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and director of player personnel Nick Caserio orchestrate a trade. It could be as simple as shipping away a 6th round pick a month after drafting them (adios, Matthew Wells), or sending away one of the greatest players in the history of the franchise prior to the season (see you later, Richard Seymour and Logan Mankins). It could happen. Honestly, it’s more probable than not. So one Twitter user got me...

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