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New England Patriots Links 4/04/13 - Patriots Have $10.2 Million Salary Cap Space

New England Patriots Daily News and Links for 4/04/13

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$10.2 million?  Could go for a wideout, maybe, or a few extra O-linemen. Big ones.
$10.2 million? Could go for a wideout, maybe, or a few extra O-linemen. Big ones.
Jim Rogash



  • Mike Reiss notes the Patriots currently have $10.2 million in salary cap space - enough to structure an offer sheet for Emmanuel Sanders that would be difficult for Pittsburgh to match.
  • Mike Reiss compares the Pats & Giants from Julian Edelman's perspective.
  • Tom E. Curran says the truth is, Julian Edelman’s a helluva lot more valuable to the Patriots than any other team.
  • Field Yates looks at the Patriots WRs on the roster, assesses the need level for this years draft and profiles some possibilities at that position.
  • Field Yates asks Mel Kiper to identify his top coverage linebackers in this year's draft, a position of need for New England.
  • Christopher Price examines five prospects who will be visiting with the Patriots before the draft.
  • Nick Underhill reports the Patriots will work out 3 Kansas players, who played under old friend Charlie Weis.
  • WEEI profiles potential Patriots in this years draft: S Eric Reid (LSU).
  • Christopher Price mentions the odd snippet that Tom Brady was on the practice field with Terrell Owens according a tweet from the USC Athletics Dept.
  • Mike Reiss highlights the Q&A from former Patriots WR Wes Welker, who was a guest on ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike program Wednesday morning.
  • Tom E. Curran wonders whether Welker is as excited as he doesn't sound, about playing in Denver.
  • Jeff Howe Patriots Notebook: Nate Solder feels the knowledge he has gained, the comfort level of knowing his true position and the consistency from one year to the next will help him improve this season; Julian Edelman is continuing his 2-day visit with the Giants. He was running routes with Brady a few days ago so his foot appears to be fine; Pats have several pre-draft visits scheduled, with a handful of high-caliber prospects.
  • One Mission reports Rob Gronkowski will headline The Kid's Cancer Buzz-Off at Gillette Stadium on June 9th.