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New England Patriots Links 7/31/14 - Training Camp Review: Day 6 - Browner Gets Aggressive

Daily News and Links for 7/31/14

This defense is justt warming up
This defense is justt warming up
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  • Mike Reiss reviews the hot topics heading in to Day 7.
  • Phil Perry writes his Postcard from Camp, Day 6: Amendola had an impressive one-handed snag against Revis.
  • Erik Frenz shares his Training Camp notes: Big, physical CB Brandon Browner had a big, physical day for the Patriots.
  • Mike Reiss and Lee Schechter tell us who's been winning 1-on-1s.
  • Mark Farinella points out his 38 years covering the team while offering his observations from camp: Tom Brady has no legitimate and consistent deep threat on this team.
  • Duncan Day shares some observations from Day 6: Brady's been having a great camp so far.
  • Levan Reid passes along a few stories to watch: Rookie RB James White is showing off speed, power.
  • Duncan Day posts his observations from Day 6: Brady's been having a great camp so far.
  • Phil Perry details the heated outburst between CB Brandon Browner and receivers coach Chad O'Shea.
  • Mike Petraglia reports on the Browner-Thompkins dust-up from Thompkins: Hopefully we can get better from it.
  • Lee Schecter points out Jamie Collins put on a show with his coverage skills in Wednesday's full-pads practice.
  • Duncan Day tells us Kenbrell Thompkins isn't backing down in year 2.
  • Jeff Howe describes how Browner turned up the heat during practice and one-on-one drills.
  • Erik Frenz talks about how Revis and Browner can be great teaching tools for young CBs, and as it turns out, the opposite also holds true.
  • Mark Farinella catches up with DT Sealver Siliga who hopes to squeeze onto the roster, and his performance puts forth a compelling argument to keep his job.
  • Duncan Day notes Chandler Jones loves to throw on the pads and just hit somebody, but knows to be effective he works on his communication with Rob Ninkovich.
  • Adam Kurkjian reports TE D.J. Williams had plenty of first-team reps yesterday while Gronk and Hooman were either limited or out.
  • Bill Speros points out that in today's NFL, words are far more dastardly than deeds. /Interesting read.
  • Jeff Howe Patriots Notebook: Alfonzo Dennard is happy to be moving forward, with his legal problems behind him; Dennard was limited in practice with an undisclosed injury; Jimmy Garoppolo had a surprising reduction in reps; Jamie Collins has been the most productive LB in pass coverage; Rob Gronkowski still hasn't taken any live reps against the defense; Tommy Kelly has progressed very quickly.
  • Christopher Price reports a group of Patriots DBs, led by Revis, took coaching advice outside of Gillette Stadium this offseason.