Patriots Draft Coverage
On Wednesday, Christian Barmore became New England’s eighth draft pick to sign.
Ronnie Perkins marks the seventh member of New England’s draft class to sign.
Day 2 selections Christian Barmore and Ronnie Perkins remain unaccounted for at this point in time.
Mac Jones marks the sixth member of New England’s draft class to sign.
The Coronavirus pandemic already forced the league to cancel the event in 2020.
The league has started a bidding process for the event.
We asked all of you, including our own writers, for your greatest draft hits and misses, and as always, you did not disappoint. There’s some gems in here.
Barmore’s position coach spoke highly about the second-round draft pick.
The trio is projected as "the next marketable stars" by the players union.
New England finished the 2017 NFL draft with four selections.
Former Oklahoma running back Rhamondre Stevenson landed at No. 120 overall.
New England signed only one free agent after the draft.
The fifth-rounder has signed his rookie deal.
New England made eight selections in the draft, but how do they stack up against the experts’ big boards?
New England drafted Nixon in the seventh round earlier this month.
The sixth-round pick was signed to a four-year pact on Thursday.
Jones joined a more favorable situation compared to his fellow first-round selections.
The sixth-round draft pick pointed out that he looked up to Wynn while in college.
New England drafted Sherman in the sixth round earlier this month.
The Colorado and UCF products became New England’s first selections to sign.
Despite his sixth-round status, Bledsoe describes himself as an "exciting" player to watch.
New England drafted Bledsoe in the sixth round earlier this month.
Let’s dig into some numbers.
New England found some good value, according to Pro Football Focus.
The former Michigan defensive coordinator saw three of his players head to New England in the last three drafts.
New England drafted McGrone in the fifth round earlier this month.
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New England selected the Alabama QB with the 15th overall pick in last week’s draft.
The latest Reacts numbers are out.
The two runners have drawn comparisons.
New England drafted Stevenson in the fourth round last week.
With the draft in the rear-view mirror, let’s find out how much New England will have to pay to sign its rookies.