Patriots off season moves I would like to see

Patriots seem to do the opposite of whats expected and works out for the better.

Thinking outside the box here.

Risk take: Vernon Gholston 6th Pick in the 2008 draft. this kids might work better in the pats system as a OLB or a sub package player why this move he is considered a bust. He has something to prove The Patriots would benefit cause he is available for the lower cost.

Patriots are looking for a big play reciever under 30, Fitzgerald came up in a rumor or two. could we Trade for him

with the Patriots needs although a pass rush is a #1 Concearn, Protecting Brady is the new #1. Logan Mankins Franchised, Matt light a great but aging Tackle at 32 is getting slower day by bay. Neal retired. The OLINE it's time to address.

The 17th pick could be used for the best player available vice a need or maybe both. Cameron Jordan or Quinn, either moving up in the second rd for these players. When have you seen the Patriots move up not expected at all.

Mankins at 28 I would resign him, Matt Light the draft is to deep of OT not to get a high talent and not resigning Light he is too much money for his not so prime years. Vollmer can take LT and draft a 1st rd talent witha late 1st rd pick for Anthony Castonzo, Nate Solder, Gabe Carimi or Derek Sherrod. This will Clear up some Salary to get a big name agent.

These moves would free up Salary and continue to rebuild while still being a top seed in the NFL...........

33rd pick Cam Heyward could play DE to allow a Quinn, Jordan to play OLB on biltz packages and sub packages.

We could also go CB..... Yes CB Darius Bulter was exposed and will be targeted everytime he is on the field he has become a liability. There are some talented CB in the 2nd rd.

RB behind BJGE and Woodhead we could use one more RB.

Patriots sign and deep ball Reciever Randy Moss, Sidney Rice

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