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New England Patriots links 6/25/19 - Julian Edelman gives 100%, and study says Pats fans do too

Daily news and links for Tuesday

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  • Mike Reiss discusses unlikely Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman, with another former WR and Super Bowl MVP Deion Branch weighing in. /Good read.
  • Chad Finn explains why Julian Edelman’s new documentary looks like a winner.
  • Alex Barth goes one-on-one with Kyler Schelling, the director of the Edelman documentary 100%. /Interesting.
  • Adam London writes Hall of Famer Joe Namath has seen quite a few QBs over the course of his decades around the game, but he’s never seen anyone do it better than Tom Brady.
  • Dakota Randall relays ex-Bengal (and Patriot) Marquis Flowers sharing a funny memory from the ‘We’re on to Cincinnati’ game.
  • Evan Lazar thumbnails the ten most valuable Patriots: No. 9 Lawrence Guy, one of the most underrated players in the league and on the Patriots roster.
  • Ryan Hannable counts down the 15 most important Patriots for 2019: No. 11, Sony Michel.
  • Ethan Roy (FullPressCoverage) Patriots new veteran profile: Michael Bennett.
  • David Latham (LastWordOnSports) Jakobi Meyers might be New England’s next great UDFA.
  • Tom E. Curran thinks the Texans could still try to swing a trade for Nick Caserio. The Pats’ asking price would have to be a first-rounder, which seems to be a non-starter for Houston.
  • Marcus Kwesi O’Mard NFL Rumors: Ex-Patriots Bill O’Brien and Jack Easterby convinced Texans CEO Hal McNair that Nick Caserio wants to leave New England. If Ben Volin’s report has merit, the Patriots’ anger is justifiable.
  • Michael Hurley notes Rich Eisen exposed a potential problem with the NFL’s new pass interference review rules.
  • Andy Hart mentions how the Red Sox hope to play the Patriot way in London.
  • Adam London notes Rich Eisen is choosing the Patriots to repeat as Super Bowl champions in 2020. /That’s foresight.
  • Alex Reimer brings up the weirdness of how Chris Simms insists he ‘really likes’ Tom Brady, while continuing to rip Tom Brady.