Patriots Training Camp Coverage
Some notes and thoughts on the Patriots and the NFL.
Training camp is in the books, let’s take a closer look at the players on the team.
The signs are all there, it’s time we listen.
Jonathan Jones and David Andrews both went down with injuries recently. It looks as if neither was serious hurt.
The rookie is competing with veteran Cam Newton this summer.
New England held its final joint session of the summer on Thursday.
The two teams held their final joint session on Thursday.
New England held its 19th practice of the summer on Thursday.
Cajuste missed the first two years of his career due to injuries. This year, he is fighting for his roster life.
The two teams will hold their final joint session today.
Mac Jones is playing like he deserves more QB1 reps.
The two teams held their first joint session on Wednesday.
The Patriots and Giants held their first joint session together on Wednesday.
Jones was spectacular on Wednesday.
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New England and New York get together for two sessions on Wednesday and Thursday.
The two teams will work out alongside each other on Wednesday morning.
Slater provided his insight on the vaccination issue and how a player’s choice could negatively affect the team.
Despite his status as a rookie, Jones "commands respect."
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The Patriots were back on the practice fields on Tuesday.
Another day, another training camp practice.
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Entering his third year in the system, Cajuste has finally been able to appear in some real games for New England.
New England held its 16th practice of the summer on Monday.
Newton will be out until Thursday due to a "misunderstanding" about the league’s Coronavirus rules.
Day 16 is in the books. Let’s take a look at who stood out.
The Patriots were back on the practice fields on Monday.
The starting quarterback will be out until Thursday, giving the rookie an unexpected opportunity.
Newton will miss three practices.
New England’s players hit the practice fields again on Monday.
New England has not named a starter yet, but Newton appears to be in the driver’s seat at the moment.
The second-year man is in the middle of a solid preseason — and his position coach has taken notice.
New England will join forces with New York on Wednesday and Thursday.