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Patriots showing interest in Odrick by NOT showing interest in Odrick?


Combing through the Pats Weekly scouting reports on OLBs and DEs, one glaringly obvious exception is missing - there's no scouting report on Jared Odrick. DT 4 Jared Odrick Penn State 6-5 304 5.03 Notes: [Andy Hart] No Comments Posted . [Erik Scalavino] No Comments Posted Intriguing, especially when it's only the lower ranked and/or obvious DT-type mismatches that lack scouting reports like that. Told from above to not talk about Odrick? Hoodie cone of silence?

Patriots Prognostication: Linebackers


The synthesis of the prior analysis of the 2009 Patriots Linebacking corps to 2010 draft prospects

Pats work out stud rookie blocking TE Nate Byham


"University of Pittsburgh tight end Nate Byham conducted private workouts with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, New York Jets, New England Patriots and the San Diego Chargers, according to a source close ot the program with knowledge of the situation. Byham is regarded as one of, if not the top blocking tight end in the draft." And if to emphasise the point a little more: "With the emergence of Dorin Dickerson as a receiving threat last season, Byham was primarily utilized as a blocker last season. The 6-foot-4, 268-pounder is regarded as one of the top blocking tight ends in the draft"

Pats Prognostication: Defensive Ends


A breakdown of the Patriots Defensive Ends and a prediction about the position for 2010

Pats Prognostication: Offensive Linemen


An analysis and prediction about Belichick's 2010 roster moves in respect of the O-line.

Phew! Patriots fans breathe a sigh of relief; McNabb a Redskin, Raiders still suck.


How the McNabb trade to the Redskins affects the Patriots

Blockbuster trade shock! Patriots trade Brady for multiple draft picks; 3 first-rounders


Pre-draft massacre - Pats trade away franchise QB Tom Brady for treasure-trove of Seattle Seahawk draft picks.

Pats Prognostication: Wide Receivers


An opinion about how the New England Patriots are likely to construct their 2010 WR Corps

Patriots Prognostication: Running Backs


An opinion about how the 2010 RB corps will be put together in time for training camp

Patriots Prognostication: Belichick's Tight Ends


A hypothesis about where the Pats are heading with the TE position.


Pats working out players at University of Cincinnati

Courtesy of Yahoo! sports: Four players worked out for the Patriots, including quarterback Tony Pike, wide receiver Mardy Gilyard, defensive lineman Ricardo Mathews and defensive end Alex Daniels. ...

Patriots say farewell; Jarvis Green joins Mile High club.


A bried reflection on Jarvis Green's contributions to the Pats before he heads off to Denver's greener pastures


Pats sign Marques Murrell; first of yearly moves to irk Jets

The signing was announced by Robert Kraft on local radio today. Green Gang Nation thinks of Murrell as a 'decent' special teamer; presumably Belichick and the front office thought he was decent...

Patriots re-sign NT Vince Wilfork - puppies, sunshine and love for all!


The key concern for the Pats in free agency is over; Vince Wilfork is staying in NE.

Tendered RBs to consider for the New England Patriots


A quick look at the tenders given to restricted free agent RBs around the league.

4-3 or not 4-3, that is the question (for the New England Patriots)


Everyone else is doing the 3-4; naturally some Pulpit readers have suggested going the opposite direction. Anti-revolutionary?

New England Patriots cut Baker - butcher and candlestick-maker worried


Chris Baker released by the Patriots - a sign of progress on the Ben Watson contract front?

My cure to all the New England Patriot roster woes (warning: may not cure all roster woes)


Looking outside the draft, free agency and trades for potential NFL players...

Getting into Belichick's hood - 2010 New England Patriots QB predictions


First in the series of a unit-by-unit analysis and prediction of New England Patriot off-season roster moves - this edition, QBs.


An even betterer guide by an even more idiotic idiot about improving the Colts

Dedicated to: McGarry, Opposite-land and the letter q (which in Opposite-land looks like a p. Or a b. Or a d. Hmm. This is already pretty hard).Note: Nobody is stupid enough to take this seriously....

New England Patriots compensatory draft picks: Bloody useless.


An analysis of compensatory draft picks from a New England Patriots perspective - why Tom Brady was set up to fail.

New England Patriot Off-season Prognostication - Part 1: Breaking down the 2009 roster


A theory about why the Patriots had so many unfortunate roster-related issues in 2009.


Just before it changes, have a look - Pats QB controversy!

I was looking up a few of the new guys and had a quick look at the roster - and to my surprise, I see a 12 John Elway listed as QB. Ruh roh!   Anybody else wondering whether someone got double...

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