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New England Patriots links 3/20/19 - Wynn-win: Tackle working out at Gillette, Pats counting on him

Daily news and links for Thursday

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No. 76 Isaiah Wynn from preseason vs. Eagles
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  • Mike Reiss reports Isaiah Wynn has been a daily visitor to Gillette Stadium, working on his return from an Achilles injury his rookie season.
  • CBS Boston tells us Bill Belichick was in attendance at Georgia Pro Day.
  • Matt Dolloff suggests a trio of receivers who Bill Belichick could be targeting in the draft from Georgia’s Pro Day.
  • Ryan Hannable says the Patriots were well-represented at Boston College Pro Day while Belichick was at Georgia.
  • Mike Dussault (PatsPropaganda) 5 Biggest Pats draft needs.
  • Matt Dolloff notes Julian Edelman remains the highest-paid Patriots receiver after the team retains Phillip Dorsett.
  • Marcus Kwesi-O’Mard NFL Rumors: Patriots to pay Phillip Dorsett these salary, roster bonuses under new contract.
  • Matt Dolloff gives us the full details for John Simon’s two-year deal with the Patriots.
  • Ryan Hannable notes Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola were working out together in Miami.
  • Dakota Randall notes Terrell Suggs finally is wiling to say something nice about Tom Brady... kinda. /Offseason news is slim pickings sometimes (not always a bad thing).
  • Evan Lazar’s seven-round Patriots Mock Draft 1.0: Patriots use all 12 picks on pass catchers. (j/k) Pats pick Notre Dame DL Jerry Tillery at 32.



  • Nik DeCosta-Klipa has the story on three Patriots players testifying at the Massachusetts State House this week, in support of the Education PROMISE Act.
  • Erin Kuschner mentions Six String restaurant, a Southern food and live music venue, is coming to Patriot Place in 2019 adding one more choice for fans before and after games.
  • Tom E. Curran predicts the Robert Kraft case is going to hijack the NFL Owners Meetings.
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) Robert Kraft’s lawyers file motion to suppress all evidence in solicitation case.
  • Nik DeCosta-Klipa offers a few reasons why Robert Kraft won’t take the plea deal and why it’s important to him to fight charges.
  • Karen Guregian says a different deal is still possible in Kraft case.
  • Alex Reimer thinks Robert Kraft has little to gain by fighting prostitution charges, even if he’s found not guilty. /Uh...nothing to gain except maybe a not-guilty finding.