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Old 02-25-2020, 08:13 AM   #406
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Tomorrow is gonna be a big day for Burrow/Cincinnati talk. One day here in Indy and I can tell you the perception that he doesn’t want to go there is real

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Tomorrow is gonna be a big day for Burrow/Cincinnati talk. One day here in Indy and I can tell you the perception that he doesn’t want to go there is real

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It’d be so Cincy to trade the 1 to the Pats and watch the league melt down.
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TEs the Pats could be looking at in the draft.

Taking a look at potential tight end targets for the Patriots in this year’s draft

Scouting report: Notre Dame TE Cole Kmet

Scouting report: Dayton TE Adam Trautman

Florida Atlantic’s Harrison Bryant, who finished the 2019 season with 65 receptions for 1,004 yards and seven touchdowns, also was mentioned by the former NFL scout — and it not hard to see why given his impressive blend of size and athleticism. “He’s somebody who has got some burst and some juice. Real athletic, easy mover, better in the run game than I anticipated he would be,” said Jeremiah about the 21-year-old who had over 2,000 receiving yards in three full-time seasons. “Not quite as heavy and not quite as big as Trautman and Kmet. But he’s somebody, give them a little more athleticism in there. So I think any of those three guys, I think any of the three would be great players.”


Move/H-back TEs if the Pats trade for a more complete TE:
Josiah Deguara from Cincinnati, who is really, really explosive and athletic. Charlie Taumoepeau from Portland State — similar type players. And Hunter Bryant from Washington said Jeremiah. Those three guys are kind of riding together. They’re all 6-foot-2-and-a-half, 245-pound-type guys, and that’s that move tight end, that H that you’re looking for to fill that role.


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Hunter Bryant and Adam Trautman met with the Patriots last night.

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Tomorrow is gonna be a big day for Burrow/Cincinnati talk. One day here in Indy and I can tell you the perception that he doesn’t want to go there is real

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Burrow goes on TV this morning at the Combine & I expect him to be grilled by the Cincy media. The issue could fizzle or sizzle based on his responses.
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Funnier if the trade was for this years first, a couple thirds and Stidham.
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Get in Burrows ear Bill! Make it happen!
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Jerry Jeudy wears a star of David and whens asked says it is because they call him jew.

two thoughts:
1. he is 20 years old and did something dumb and will learn from it.

2. Why did n't saban or someone tell him it may be offensive.


to be honest I say it was a kid not thinking enough and at 20 years old, I could see me making a similar mistake.
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Jerry Jeudy wears a star of David and whens asked says it is because they call him jew.

two thoughts:
1. he is 20 years old and did something dumb and will learn from it.

2. Why did n't saban or someone tell him it may be offensive.


to be honest I say it was a kid not thinking enough and at 20 years old, I could see me making a similar mistake.
Couldn’t give a shit less.

Would anyone be offended if he wore a cross and wasn’t Christian?
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Prospects the Pats have interviewed. We've discussed all of these. Maybe we're getting better?!

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QB James Morgan, Florida International (6037, 223 lbs): Morgan needs to improve his decision-making to succeed at the next level but brings an intriguing combination or arm talent, pocket awareness and accurate ball placement to the table. While he is not projected to become an early-round selection in the draft, he has upside as a developmental mid- to late-round option. (via Aaron Wilson)
WR Aaron Parker, Rhode Island (6015, 209 lbs) (via Ryan Hannable)
WR Malcolm Perry, Navy (5094, 186 lbs) (via Zack Cox)
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RB Eno Benjamin, Arizona State (5090, 195 lbs): One of the better running back prospects in this year’s draft, Benjamin is an elusive player who has the tools to succeed at the next level but needs to improve his vision, patience and pass protection. At this point, he projects to be an early mid-round selection as a potential change-of-pace back. (via Jordan Reed)
WR Antonio Gandy-Golden, Liberty (6035, 222 lbs): Gandy-Golden is a tall outside receiver, who offers upside as a red zone weapon. His route running and raw technique make him a developmental prospect at best, however, and will likely lead to him being selected rather late in the draft if at all. (via Jonathan Adams)
TE Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt (6040, 257 lbs): Pinkney, who also met with the Patriots at the combine, may not be the most impressive athlete the tight end position has to offer but he is capable of being a solid contributor as receiver and a blocker at the next level. He is certainly capable of becoming a solid number two option in the NFL. (via Andrew Callahan)
WR Van Jefferson, Florida (6014, 200 lbs) (via Ryan Hannable)
Combine

TE Adam Trautman, Dayton (6050, 255 lbs): Trautman may be a small-school prospect, but he is one of the fastest rising tight ends in this year’s draft after an impressive showing at the Senior Bowl: a big and powerful player with proven production in the passing game, he needs improve his blocking technique and show that he can succeed against better competition. his physical tools, however, are intriguing. (via Mark Schofield)
TE Hunter Bryant, Washington (6022, 248 lbs): Possibly the best pure receiving tight end in this class, Bryant brings both an impressive athletic skillset and positional versatility to the table: he can successfully line up all over the formation. While he is a developmental prospect in terms of his blocking, he has the tools to be a day-one starter at the next level as a move tight end. (via Andrew Callahan)
TE Stephen Sullivan, LSU (6047, 248 lbs): While entering draft season far from the top of the tight end rankings due to his blocking that needs considerable work before being up to NFL standards, Sullivan has the combination of size and athleticism to potentially find success as a developmental receiver at the next level. (via Mark Daniels)
QB Jake Fromm, Georgia (6017, 219 lbs): Fromm offers starting upside due to his high football IQ and decision making, but is not as gifted a thrower as other quarterbacks in this year’s draft class. Still, he has plenty of positive tools to develop and could take the next step if landing in an offense not relying on him to make plays with his feet or arm strength. (via Karen Guregian)
WR K.J. Hill, Ohio State (5117, 196 lbs): Hill caught a school-record 201 passes during his career at Ohio State despite working with four different starting quarterbacks, and projects as a mid-round selection in the draft. He is a strong route-runner whose quickness and size could make him a productive player out of the slot at the next level. Hill was worked out by Patriots assistant Troy Brown. (via Zack Cox)
WR Tee Higgins, Clemson (6035, 216 lbs): Higgins is a big pass catcher that plays with good speed and strength and also has been a willing blocker in the running game at Clemson. While his route tree needs to be expanded, his production — 59 catches for 1,167 yards and 13 touchdowns this season — and athletic skillset make him a potential target for New England in April. (via Henry McKenna)
WR K.J. Hamler, Penn State (5085, 178 lbs) (via Zack Cox)
TE Jacob Breeland, Oregon (6047, 252 lbs) (via Henry McKenna)
WR Denzel Mims, Baylor (6027, 207 lbs) (via Doug Kyed)
QB Jordan Love, Utah State (6036, 224 lbs) (via Karen Guregian)
QB Jake Luton, Oregon State (6061, 224 lbs) (via Henry McKenna)
WR Henry Ruggs III, Alabama (5110, 188 lbs) (via Mark Daniels)
WR James Proche, SMU (5105, 205 lbs) (via Doug Kyed)
WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan (6015, 212 lbs) (via Zack Cox)
WR Michael Pittman, USC (6040, 223 lbs) (via Mark Daniels)
WR Jalen Reagor, TCU (5105, 206 lbs) (via Evan Lazar)


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Jerry Jeudy wears a star of David and whens asked says it is because they call him jew.

two thoughts:
1. he is 20 years old and did something dumb and will learn from it.

2. Why did n't saban or someone tell him it may be offensive.


to be honest I say it was a kid not thinking enough and at 20 years old, I could see me making a similar mistake.
Dave Parker used to wear one. Why? Because he said he’s a star. No one gave a shit but this is 2020 & the world is soft & ultra sensitive.
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Tomorrow is gonna be a big day for Burrow/Cincinnati talk. One day here in Indy and I can tell you the perception that he doesn’t want to go there is real

Jonathan Jones is a senior writer for CBS Sports covering the NFL.

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Joe Burrow on the speculation that he did not want to play in Cincinnati: “You guys (in the media) kind of took that narrative and ran with it. There has never been anything like that from my end.”

Would the media do such a thing? LOL
Get used to it, Joe.
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Has anyone heard the trade rumor of the Pats talking to the Ravens about TE Hayden Hurst? Interesting.

Yes. The discussion starts here:

https://www.patriotsplanet.com/BB/sh...9&postcount=60


You can bet Harbaugh won't trade him to the Pats if he thinks there's any possibility that Hurst will hurt his Ravens in a game against the Pats.
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Would anyone be offended if he wore a cross and wasn’t Christian?
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Dave Parker used to wear one. Why? Because he said he’s a star. No one gave a shit but this is 2020 & the world is soft & ultra sensitive.
I don't know if that many people were even offended by it. It's just a hilariously stupid thing for someone to say.
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offended? me? hell no - but Parker had a better explanation, nothing but a star for a star
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