Not sure Patriots want another young WR, but ALA's Norwood is a fit. Poss. WR w/ high football IQ (option routes,etc) reliable hands.— Todd McShay (@McShay13) April 14, 2014
Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com reports that the Patriots are showing interest in Colorado State center Weston Richburg, who is projected by NFL.com to be taken in rounds 3-4 of this year's NFL draft.
"The Patriots re-signed their starting center from the last two seasons,
"The Ravens are among the teams that have displayed the most interest in Sam since the NFL scouting combine along with the Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts, Cleveland Browns and New York Jets, according to league sources," writes Wilson. READ MORE>>
Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report writes that
"I'm told he might even take more time, and be more patient, than ever before," adds Freeman. "I'm not exactly sure when we'll see Gronkowski. I do know he'll be back when he's good and ready, and I'm not sure how anyone can fault that." READ MORE>>
"A healthy Easley might have been a top five pick according to some experts who mention him in the same breath as Jadeveon Clowney," notes Guregian. "But his injury history will certainly make him available at No. 29, and perhaps, even later." READ MORE>>