Patriots' draft picks

Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots had to work a little magic with the Patriots' draft picks without a first rounder with the Deflategate penalty.
Devin Lucien

The Patriots used the 225th overall selection to take wide receiver Devin Lucien out of Arizona State University.
ted karras

Keeping in mind Karras’ rare lineage, he might have more of an opportunity to make New England’s final roster.
Elandon Roberts

With the 214th pick, New England selected University of Houston linebacker Elandon Roberts in the sixth round of the NFL draft.
Kamu Grugier-Hill

According to, Kamu is an “explosive, quick-twitch athlete” and says he “has superior chase speed and burst to the ball carrier.”
malcolm mitchell

Mitchell, 22, weighs in at 6-foot-1, and 196 pounds. Due to a torn ACL and missing the 2013 season, his college career stats aren’t impressive which makes him an undervalued player.
Vincent Valentine

Vincent Valentine had his best season was as a sophomore in 2014 with 11 starts and 45 tackles (seven tackles for loss), three sacks, and one fumble.
Jacoby Brissett

In one of the more shocking moves of day two, New England used the 91st overall selection to draft quarterback Jacoby Brissett out of North Carolina State.
Joe Thuney

The Pats selected Joe Thuney out of North Carolina State. He is one of the most athletic and versatile offensive linemen in the 2016 Draft.
Cyrus Jones

Jones has an explosive attitude on the field that makes him a force to be reckoned with and an ideal fit in New England. He is known for his competitiveness and versatility.
Cyrus Jones

At 5-foot-10, Cyrus Jones is a cornerback who still has plenty of skill and the versatility that Bill Belichick is so fond of as a coach.
Roger Goodell

Ridiculous, unfair and pathetic are the words that come to mind when thinking of Commissioner Goodell or should I say Emperor Goodell?
Tom Brady

I was like so excited to hear the good news about Tom Brady's suspension being reinstated.
Patriots' fans should be confident winning with Jimmy G

The difference between the New England Patriots' offense and that of any other team in the league is that they can better adapt to the quarterback's strengths.