• REPORT: Reno & Smith’s likely transferring from Loomis to Cheshire
  • 20 Patriots type prospects to watch at the Senior Bowl
  • Kasim Hill is granted another year of eligibility, returning to URI
  • Patriots hire trusted O’Brien assistant Will Lawing to coach the tight ends
  • If Tee Higgins is available, the Patriots should make a run at him

Offensive line will be a focal point at both the Shrine Bowl and Senior Bowl for the Patriots. Here are 10 lineman to keep an eye as possible fits

The Patriots offensive line problems were well documented this past season, especially at tackle where Trent Brown struggled and right tackle was a revolving door. The Patriots have to figure out what they are going to do with Brown and free agent to be Isaiah Wynn. Do they bring both back? That remains to be seen. For now, they know they need to upgrade the offensive line once again. That…

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Gambling is Legal in Massachusetts. What to “Bet On” for 2023 Patriots

Tuesday marked the beginning of legalized live sports betting in Massachusetts. For many gambling enthusiasts, this day has been a long time coming. Massachusetts, one of the most sports crazed states in the nation, joins a long list of states with legalized gambling. For Patriots fans, there will still be some wait as official odds/ lines have not come out for the 2023 season, though there is some action on…

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Truman Jones popping at Shrine Bowl practices

Truman Jones was voted team captain by his peers prior to last season. Being voted captain at Harvard is an honor, one that players who are elected cherish. Jones responded by having the best season at the school finishing with 39 tackles and 5.5 sacks. Jones has popped this week at the Shrine Bowl practices for the West team. He has caught the attention of the Patriots coaching staff and…

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Recruiting Roundup: Everett

Not many places in New England have produced as many college prospects in recent memory as Everett. A lot of those players came under coaches John DiBiaso and Theluxon Pierre, but current head man Rob DiLoreto has kept the tradition going. Currently, DiLoreto has someone who is one of the top players in the region. That is wide receiver and defensive back Christian Zamor, who is verbally committed to Boston…

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Zay Flowers impresses early at the Shrine Bowl

If you’ve watched Zay Flowers play at Boston College the past three seasons, you can see that he was special. From his route running, speed in the open field to his ability to make plays in space, Flowers is an elite athlete. In the end, it was a 10/10 day for @ZayFlowers!😎💫#ShrineBowl🏈 pic.twitter.com/73eV2qIWPx — East-West Shrine Bowl (@ShrineBowl) January 30, 2023 So it is no surprise what he did at…

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Troy Brown gaining new appreciation for Bill Belichick with East-West Shrine Bowl role

Troy Brown saw and experienced just about everything you could as a player and has been working with wide receivers and special teams guys for a while now, but nothing can prepare him for potential future roles like the experience he’s getting this week. Brown is the “head coach” of the West team for the East-West Shrine Bowl, which means duties and just the overall way he’s watching things this…

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Fixing pass protection will be priority number one for the next offensive line coach

No matter who the Patriots hire as their next offensive line coach, fixing the team’s pass protection schemes will be priority number one. The team has interviewed former Patriots Adrian Klemm and Ryan Wendell for the vacant offensive line coach opening. Both have NFL experience but Wendell has more experience working with new offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien. Regardless of who the team hires, fixing the team’s pass protection issues is…

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Patriots Director of Player Personnel Matt Groh speaks at East-West Shrine Bowl practice

Image courtesy of East-West Shrine Bowl As the Patriots coaching staff got knee deep in on-field work with players on the West roster at the East-West Shrine Bowl practice in Last Vegas on Saturday, Director of Player Personnel Matt Groth spoke with the media following Day 2. Groh, along with the coaches, have a chance to not only work with players one-on-one throughout the week, but also get to scout…

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10 Patriot Type Prospects to watch for at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

The NFLPA Collegiate Bowl is tonight and there are several prospects who fit what the Patriots like to do on offense, defense and special teams. Here are ten prospects to watch tonight. Keidron Smith, CB, 6-2 205 Kentucky: Smith has good size, length and athleticism. He excels in press coverage where he uses his length to his advantage. Does a good job of getting hip position and staying in phase. He…

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