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New England Patriots links 5/21/20 - Patriots 2020 offense: Simplify, simplify, simplify

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  • Albert Breer (SI) Mailbag: Covering Peyton Manning’s free agency from Indianapolis to Denver. Plus, questions about Jarrett Stidham, Cam Newton, training camp his career path and more.
  • Ben Linsey (Pro Football Focus) Projecting all 32 NFL starting lineups ahead of the 2020 season
  • Ben Linsey (Pro Football Focus) Ranking every receiving corps heading into 2020. Patriots 30th. /Ouch!
  • John Breech (CBS Sports) One Patriots player is already raving about Tom Brady’s potential replacement Jarrett Stidham. Rex Burkhead says he is “very impressed.”
  • Barry Jackson, et al (Miami Herald) The backstory on why the Dolphins changed offensive coordinators and how it went down
  • Nate Davis (USA Today) 20 rookies who could make instant impact from 2020 draft class. No. 15 TE Devin Asiasi.
  • Gil Brandt ( Locks to play better in 2020. Sony Michel included.
  • Chris Roling (Bleacher Report) 7 Under-the-radar NFL breakout candidates in 2020. No Pats.
  • Jason La Canfora (CBS Sports) NFL quarterback tiers 2020: Franchise guys, rising stars and stopgaps; here’s where your team’s starter ranks. Jarrett Stidham in last place “Tier 7: The Verdict is Out”.
  • Kevin Seifert (ESPN) Why the three-point stance could become a football thing of the past.
  • Pete Prisco (CB Sports) Top 100 NFL Players of 2020. Patriots: No. 6 Gilmore, No. 65 Joe Thuney.
  • Report (ESPN) Maya Moore, Jason and Devin McCourty, Nelson Cruz, Kevin Love, Titus O’Neil up for Muhammad Ali award at ESPYS.
  • Staff (ESPN) Tom Brady, sports world jump on board latest 2020 meme. /Figures ESPN sees this as bad, lol.
  • Marc Sessler ( NFL Hot or Not: Chiefs, Broncos sizzle; Dwayne Haskins icy.
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) Last call for bids on the Robert Kraft Super Bowl LI ring. Now at $1.025 million.