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Christian Barmore wants to get better at ‘finishing the quarterback’ in his second season

Christian Barmore wants to get better at ‘finishing the quarterback’ in his second season

David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports Related: Christian Barmore’s rookie season puts him in some pretty good company First-round quarterback Mac Jones stole the spotlight among the New England Patriots’ rookies in 2021 — and rightfully so —, but the team’s second-round selection also had a very good campaign. In fact, Christian Barmore was one of the best rookie defenders in all of football last year. Even though he did not produce a lot of highlight-reel plays, Barmore proved himself a disruptive presence along New England’s defensive line on a week-to-week...
NESN.com May 24, 2022

Nick Wright (Again) Questions Mac Jones’ NFL Potential With Patriots

Nick Wright shredded Mac Jones on several occasions during the quarterback’s rookie season, especially as the New England Patriots stumbled to the finish line before losing to the Buffalo Bills in the AFC wild-card round. Now, it doesn’t appear Jones’ sophomore campaign will be any different. Wright (again) called Jones’ NFL potential into question Tuesday […] The post Nick Wright (Again) Questions Mac Jones’ NFL Potential With Patriots appeared first on NESN.com.
Chowder and Champions May 24, 2022

New England Patriots are impressed with Mac Jones offseason

If the New England Patriots want to have a successful 2022 season, it is going to start and end with their second-year quarterback Mac Jones. It was very clear that Jones had some things to work on this offseason after a tough playoff loss to the Buffalo Bills back in January. Some of the things […] New England Patriots are impressed with Mac Jones offseason - Chowder and Champions - Chowder and Champions - A Boston Sports Site - Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and More!
FOX Sports May 24, 2022
Will Patriots reach new heights behind a new-look Mac Jones?

Will Patriots reach new heights behind a new-look Mac Jones?

Is a new, slimmed-down physique reason for optimism around Patriots' second-year quarterback Mac Jones?
FOX Sports May 24, 2022
Bill Belichick hints he may lead Mac Jones, Patriots offense next season I UNDISPUTED

Bill Belichick hints he may lead Mac Jones, Patriots offense next season I UNDISPUTED

Bill Belichick continues to keep the Patriots offensive game-plan under wraps when it comes to who will be calling plays. When asked about it at practice yesterday Belichick said quote, “What plays are we calling? Minicamp plays?... We’ll get to it when we get to it.'" Meanwhile Mac Jones said that offensive assistant coach Joe Judge is quote, “very beneficial to me as a quarterback.” Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe speculate who will call plays for the Pats next season.
NESN.com May 24, 2022

This Aspect Of Mac Jones-Joe Judge Relationship Highlights Patriots’ Big Risk

Either the Patriots really believe in Mac Jones, or Bill Belichick is convinced he doesn’t need to completely invest the necessary resources to help Jones flourish. Or perhaps a little bit of both. Whatever the case, the Patriots are playing a dangerous game with the second-year signal-caller. Jones had a fine rookie season and should […] The post This Aspect Of Mac Jones-Joe Judge Relationship Highlights Patriots’ Big Risk appeared first on NESN.com.
Pats Pulpit May 24, 2022
New England Patriots links 5/24/22 - OTA observations: Standouts, who’s coaching who; More

New England Patriots links 5/24/22 - OTA observations: Standouts, who’s coaching who; More

WR Ty Montgomery (14) works with assistant coach Troy Brown at OTAs | Eric Canha-USA TODAY Sports Daily news and links for Tuesday TEAM TALK Paul Perillo’s OTA blogservations: Offense still getting coordinated. The Patriots hit the field in front of the media for the first time in 2022 but who will be calling plays remains a mystery. Mike Dussault says that with the first open practice completed, Mac Jones and the Patriots begin their long on-field journey toward the 2022 NFL season. Mike Dussault says Raekwon McMillan and Cameron McGrone are back in the mix at...
ClutchPoints May 23, 2022
Patriots QB Mac Jones speaks out on his body transformation ahead of second NFL season

Patriots QB Mac Jones speaks out on his body transformation ahead of second NFL season

New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones is heading to the 2022 season not only with more experience, but also with a slimmer body and in better shape. During the Patriots’ OTAs on Monday, Jones showed up noticeably slimmer and in greater condition. As receiver Kendrick Bourne said (via New York Times), the young QB is […] The post Patriots QB Mac Jones speaks out on his body transformation ahead of second NFL season appeared first on ClutchPoints.
FOX Sports May 23, 2022
Patriots QB Mac Jones sporting new physique for second season

Patriots QB Mac Jones sporting new physique for second season

Patriots QB Mac Jones says conditioning was a priority entering his second season, and it caught the notice of teammates.
NESN.com May 23, 2022

Mac Jones, ‘Dark Horse’ MVP Candidate? NFL Analyst Makes Case

There’s a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Patriots’ offense, with former play-caller Josh McDaniels leaving Foxboro this offseason to become head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, but second-year quarterback Mac Jones also gives New England reason for optimism. Jones, the 15th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, was solid in his first professional […] The post Mac Jones, ‘Dark Horse’ MVP Candidate? NFL Analyst Makes Case appeared first on NESN.com.
Pats Pulpit May 23, 2022
Mac Jones not worried about Patriots’ coaching turnover: ‘It always goes back to the players’

Mac Jones not worried about Patriots’ coaching turnover: ‘It always goes back to the players’

Staff Photo By Matt Stone/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald Related: Patriots OTA reports: Bill Belichick leads collaborative effort coaching the offense By now, Mac Jones has probably gotten used to seeing his coaches change on a regular basis. After playing under three different offensive coordinators during his four-year career at the University of Alabama, Jones spent his rookie season in the NFL being coached by New England Patriots OC Josh McDaniels. With McDaniels departing for Las Vegas earlier this offseason, a new assistant will now be taking over the team’s...
NESN.com May 23, 2022

How Mac Jones Got In ‘Best Shape Of His Life’ Before Year 2 With Patriots

FOXBORO, Mass. — When Kendrick Bourne reconnected with Mac Jones ahead of the 2022 Patriots season, he noticed something different about the second-year quarterback. Jones, a smiling Bourne explained Monday, is a bit slimmer in the midsection these days than he was as a promising New England rookie, having spent the last several months working […] The post How Mac Jones Got In ‘Best Shape Of His Life’ Before Year 2 With Patriots appeared first on NESN.com.
Pats Pulpit May 23, 2022
New England Patriots links 5/23/22 - Patriots spring into OTAs: Let the position battles begin!

New England Patriots links 5/23/22 - Patriots spring into OTAs: Let the position battles begin!

Mac Jones at OTAs in 2021 | Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Daily news and links for Monday TEAM TALK Mike Dussault tells the football journey of Patriots fourth-round pick Jack Jones, a competitive playmaker who brings his gritty, ball-hawking play to New England. Highlights: Patriots hit the practice field. (21 sec. video) Robert Kraft receives the Ron Burton Humanitarian Award. (2.55 min. video) Photos: Patriots offseason workouts. LOCAL LINKS Mike Reiss shares some quick-hit weekend thoughts: Why New England Patriots’ selection of QB Bailey...
Pats Pulpit May 23, 2022
Patriots offseason workouts kick into highest gear yet: Organized team activities set to begin Monday

Patriots offseason workouts kick into highest gear yet: Organized team activities set to begin Monday

Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Related: Report: Mac Jones’ dedication this offseason has left Patriots impressed With rookie minicamp and the first two phases of voluntary offseason work in the rear-view mirror, the New England Patriots will kick their preparation for the upcoming 2022 season into its highest gear yet. On Monday, Phase 3 will officially be kicked off with the start of organized team activities. Over the next four weeks, the Patriots will hold 10 such OTA sessions. Additionally, they will conduct their mandatory minicamp — the only part...
NESN.com May 22, 2022

Why Ex-NFL GM Wasn’t Surprised By Patriots Drafting Bailey Zappe

Half of the Patriots’ first six picks in the 2022 NFL Draft seemingly left the majority of the football world scratching their heads. After going against the grain in drafting Cole Strange and Tyquan Thornton, New England made another surprising selection in the fourth round when it grabbed quarterback Bailey Zappe. Mac Jones, of course, […] The post Why Ex-NFL GM Wasn’t Surprised By Patriots Drafting Bailey Zappe appeared first on NESN.com.

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