of ESPNBoston.com writes that the Patriots ProShop has started the sales of Darrelle Revis
No. 24 jerseys.
"The 24 in New England probably has some added meaning for Revis, as it was also donned by Patriots great Ty Law
, one of his mentors," adds Reiss. READ MORE>> PATRIOTS PROSHOP: PRE-ORDER YOUR REVIS JERSEY HERE Nick Underhill
of The Republican
writes that former Patriots TE Matthew Mulligan
has signed a one-year deal with the Chicago Bears.
"New England currently has tight ends Gronkowski, D.J. Williams
, and Michael Hoomanwanui on the roster. It is expected to select another tight end in May’s draft," notes Underhill. READ MORE>> Tom E. Curran
of CSNNE.com believes that UCLA guard Xavier Su’a-Filo
could be a player the Patriots consider selecting in the first round of May's NFL draft.
is entering the final year of his deal and has a fat cap hit," writes Curran. "The Patriots could absolutely be looking at the final season for their iconic left guard. Su’a-Filo makes perfect sense if Mankins goes back to the ranch. If Mankins doesn’t leave and right guard Dan Connolly
-- also in the final year of his contract -- does depart, Su’a-Filo can move there." READ MORE>> Doug Kyed
of NESN.com writes that the Patriots are viewed as favorites to sign free agent DE Will Smith
, according to a report from ProFootballTalk.
"The Patriots currently have Michael Buchanan
and Jake Bequette
behind Jones and Ninkovich on the depth chart at defensive end," adds Kyed. "Linebacker Jamie Collins
also played that role in college, and could move between the two positions in 2014." READ MORE>> Christopher Price
of WEEI.com writes that the Patriots will be working out three Boise State draft prospects on Wednesday.
"The Patriots are scheduled to put three Boise State players through their paces on Wednesday, according to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun
," writes Price. "Wide receiver Geraldo Boldewijn
and offensive linemen Matt Paradis
and Charles Leno
are all set to take part in a workout with New England coaches and a few Boise State players, per a league source." READ MORE>>