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Malcolm Mitchell Practice Schedule/Issues(?)

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Just a quick note to know about with Malcolm Mitchell’s training camp, managed practice schedule…


Link: ESPN: Pats notes on practice schedule


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Category Archives: New England

Patriots Standouts at OTAs: Malcolm Mitchell, D.J. Foster, Cyrus Jones

tags — Malcolm Mitchell, dynasty rookie draft, D.J. Foster, fantasy football, Cyrus Jones, IDP Twitter @CFBMetrics   Someone sent me this article to show me the nice D.J. Foster write up. However, there were five Patriots’ players identified for their strong camp — so I went through it and looked at the other names as well. The […].. Continue reading→


D.J. Foster’s Decision To Go With The Pats/Belichick…

tags — D.J. Foster, dynasty rookie draft, Dion Lewis, fantasy football, rookie rankings, PPR Twitter @CFBMetrics   I had this story sent to me on D.J. Foster (below)… It has a few interesting nuggets on how Foster came to deciding on the Patriots, and what position he has been working out at — and the […].. Continue reading→


More on the Tyler Gaffney Move To New England

Twitter @CFBMetrics Here’s a deeper, detailed look at Tyler Gaffney’s move (stolen) from Carolina to New England…and the NFL and 2014 Dynasty Rookie Draft impact. Click the following link for my story:    FFM article on Tyler Gaffney.. Continue reading→


NFL Draft 2014 Scouting Report: TE Justin Jones, East Carolina

Twitter @CFBMetrics NFL Draft 2014: Statistical Analysis of TE Justin Jones, East Carolina  When you are a 6’7″+ Tight End brought in for a tryout by the Patriots, you are going to draw attention, so get ready for an ear-full of this in July/August. The question is: Is Justin Jones a serious NFL TE prospect? […].. Continue reading→


An Interesting Web Chat Note on Patriots Rookie RB Stephen Houston…

Twitter @CFBMetrics I caught this little Stephen Houston blurb (below) in Mike Weiss’s Patriots chat. Houston fans, like me, might be interested in this little nugget… tags — 2014 NFL Draft Stephen Houston dynasty rookie draft 2014 **Our ever-evolving, ever-updating to kick-off, 2014 Fantasy Football e-Draft Guide and Cheat Sheets are on sale now. Direct […].. Continue reading→


An Interview Snippet on Jeremy Gallon WR New England

Twitter @CFBMetrics A quick note (below), that I thought was interesting on Pats 7th-round draft pick Jeremy Gallon. I’d like to love Gallon’s NFL prospects in 2014 a little more, but the Pats WR depth chart is so loaded right now.  tags — 2014 NFL Draft Jeremy Gallon dynasty rookie draft 2014 **See the 2014 Dynasty […].. Continue reading→


A Quick Note On New England Patriots TE Prospect Justin Jones (6’7.5″, 275)

Twitter @CFBMetrics I hate to be ‘that guy’…the kinda guy that led to the ‘bank run’ on Zach Sudfeld as the ‘next Gronk‘ (which I was never a part of). However, I found this blurb (below) of Jones interesting. It’s a prospect story we’re watching because Justin Jones ran a very slow 40-time at his […].. Continue reading→


NFL Draft 2014 Scouting Report: DT Dominique Easley, Florida

NFL Draft 2014: Statistical Analysis of DT Dominique Easley, Florida  Dominique Easley is the semi-shock, 1st-round pick of the New England Patriots. ‘Shocking’ because of his battle with multiple ACL injuries in his college career. Should Easley have been a 1st-round pick? Was he the best DT prospect in this draft? Read our 700+ word […].. Continue reading→


2014 Undrafted Free Agent (UDFA) Commentary: New England Patriots

Twitter @CFBMetrics The Patriots just ‘keep on keeping on’. They had a pretty lackluster NFL Draft after the first couple picks, but it doesn’t matter because the Pats will either grab a great player (or more) from undrafted free agency to add to the arsenal, and/or they will later strip talent from another team asleep […].. Continue reading→


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