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First-round rookie Cole Strange is already making his presence felt at Patriots mandatory minicamp Fans

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Despite the fact that there is no contact and the New England Patriots are not wearing any cushions, it is hard not to see freshman hostile lineman Cole Strange stand apart during required minicamp. A first-round draft determination recently, Strange has made his presence felt not on the grounds that he has routinely been running with the starters. The Chattanooga item additionally exhibited an edge during the no-contact works on having occurred on Tuesday and Wednesday. During the first of those meetings, he dove for a bumble directly before veteran linebacker Matthew Judon. The play prompted a few words being traded between the protective side of the ball and the youthful lineman, yet Judon a while later had only commendation for him. "That is not my most memorable time meeting him," he told columnists the following day. "He's a youthful player. He was attempting to make a play. Extraordinary hustle from him. On the off chance that you saw him, he ran from 30 yards away. Cole will be a player for us, and we must perceive how he creates. Recently, no one was harmed, we as a whole returned out on the field. Along these lines, it wasn't a thing." Unusual showed up in New England as the 29th generally pick in the current year's draft, joining a hostile line in a condition of turnover. Besides the fact that the group lost endured year's beginning watchmen — Ted Karras and Shaq Mason — prior this offseason, it likewise is explore different avenues regarding beginning handles Trent Brown and Isaiah Wynn playing on inverse sides contrasted with the year before.