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New England Patriots links 3/07/19 - Patriots free agent projections: Who’s in, who’s out

Daily news and links for Thursday

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  • NFL Nation (ESPN) Predictions for all 32 NFL teams’ top free agents. Patriots Trey Flowers prediction: The Patriots will re-sign him [Mike Reiss]. /I’ll take it.
  • Albert Breer (SI) Game Plan: The under-the-radar free agents who are about to cash in big; Mailbag.
  • Gil Brandt ( Teams with most at stake in free agency. Patriots included. /I’m no expert, but I question the Pats being on this list.
  • Jason La Canfora (CBS Sports) 2019 NFL free agency: Safeties no longer forgotten, the rise of the slot receiver and more insider notes.
  • Robert Mays (The Ringer) Setting the market for the NFL’s five most Interesting free agent position groups.
  • Gregg Rosenthal ( 2019 NFL free agency: Eight players who could be overpriced. OT Trent Brown included.
  • Kevin Clark (The Ringer) We’ll know which NFL teams are paying attention at the draft.
  • Chris Trapasso (CBS Sports) 2019 NFL Draft: Nasir Adderley, Khalen Saunders and the 13 small school prospects to know.
  • Wright Thompson (ESPN Magazine) Steak, booze and a sense of dull dread: Here’s what really happens at the NFL combine.
  • Joel Corry (CBS Sports) Agent’s Take: Five suggested changes to the next NFL collective bargaining agreement.
  • Jason Owens (Yahoo! Sports) AAF co-founder Bill Polian suggests startup could be legitimate minor league for NFL.
  • Eric Edholm (Yahoo! Sports) Post-combine NFL mock draft ‘19. Pats pick Arizona State WR N’Keal Harry.
  • Danny Kelly (The Ringer) 2019 NFL Draft Guide. Pats pick Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown.
  • Daniel Jeremiah ( 2019 NFL mock draft 2.0. Pats pick Clemson Edge Clelin Ferrell.
  • Sean Wagner-McGough (CBS Sports) 2019 NFL Mock Draft: Patriots capitalize on Cardinals’ desire for Kyler Murray by trading for Josh Rosen.


  • Mark W. Sanchez (NY Post) Adam Schefter breaks his silence on ‘Bigger than Kraft’ report.
  • Michele Steele (Twitter) ‘New: Robert Kraft arraignment set for 9 am March 28 in Palm Beach county. ... defendent “must be” present at this hearing.’