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But the eldest statesman on the depth chart shouldn’t be departing from it in the coming weeks.

New England plans to pick up McCourty’s team option for 2020, sources told Ian Rapoport of NFL Media on Wednesday.

Moving on would have netted the Patriots $3.75 million in cap savings to go with $1.75 million in dead money. Instead, McCourty’s upcoming $5.5 million cap charge will be taken on.

That charge stands outside the league’s highest 30 at the position, according to Over The Cap.

It’s a value at a position that remains intact.

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Only the Baltimore Ravens check in ahead in terms of current corner spending.

McCourty will turn 33 during training camp on the Gillette Stadium backfields. He’ll do so with north of 150 games on his NFL odometer.

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It still hasn’t been two weeks since free agency opened, and the Patriots already look like a drastically different football team.

It’s not just Tom Brady’s exodus — though it is the most significant.

Bill Belichick’s team has seen significant turnover on both sides of the ball. With under $1 million in cap space at the moment, they’ll either need to trade somebody like Joe Thuney, or restructure Dont’a Hightower’s deal to create any more wiggle room.

So what does the roster look like at the moment? Here’s a free agency reset:

Quarterback

Added: Brian Hoyer

Departed: Tom Brady

Under contract: Jarrett Stidham, Cody Kessler

Apparently Hoyer wasn’t brought back to given Stidham a veteran presence to lean on. His agent, Joe Linta, informed NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport there will be a quarterback competition in Foxborough.

“If someone offered him $5 million or $6 million to be backup, Brian still would’ve wanted to be back in New England,” Linta told Rapoport. “They gave him a chance to compete for the starting job and that’s all he asked for.”

For what it’s worth, Stidham beat Hoyer out for Brady’s backup job last August.

Running back/Fullback

Added: Danny Vitale

Departed: None

Under contract: James White, Sony Michel, Rex Burkhead, Damien Harris, Brandon Bolden, James Develin, Jakob Johnson

With everybody under contract, this stable remains the same. Vitale adds fullback insurance in the event James Develin’s neck keeps him sidelined.

Tight end

Added: None

Retired: Ben Watson

Under contract: Ryan Izzo, Matt LaCosse

With a weak tight end draft class, it’s a surprise the Patriots haven’t yet made a move to fortify the position that was an Achilles heel in 2019. If they do decide to deal Thuney, perhaps a tight end will be Foxborough bound.

Wide receiver

Added: Damiere Byrd

Departed: Phillip Dorsett

Under contract: Julian Edelman, Authentic N’Keal Harry Jersey, Mohamed Sanu, Jakobi Meyers, Gunner Olszewski

Byrd had a fine season for the Cardinals last fall, catching 32 passes for 359 yards. He’s returned punts and kickoffs, so he could fill that void. Seeing Dorsett depart wasn’t terribly surprising, as he fell down the depth chart for the second season in a row.

Offensive line

Added: None

Departed: Ted Karras

Franchise tagged: Joe Thuney

Under contract: Isaiah Wynn, Marcus Cannon, Shaq Mason, David Andrews, Korey Cunningham, James Ferentz, Hijalte Froholdt, Yodny Cajuste.

Still in free agent limbo: Marshall Newhouse, Jermaine Eluemunor (restricted)

On the books for $14.78 million this season, it’ll be a surprise if Thuney is still wearing that cap hit when Week 1 rolls around. The team has said they want to work on an extension, and if one can’t be reached, the remarkably durable guard will be an attractive piece of trade bait.

Linebackers

Added: Brandon Copeland

Departed: Jamie Collins, Kyle Van Noy, Elandon Roberts

Re-signed: Shilique Calhoun

Under contract: Dont’a Hightower, Ja’Whaun Bentley, Brandon King

With the mini-exodus of Patriots linebackers, there is going to be plenty of competition at the position whenever training camp rolls around.

It wasn’t surprising to see Collins and Van Noy cash in with huge deals, as it pays to play on the best statistical defense in the NFL

Cornerbacks

Added: None

Departed: None

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The deepest position on the Patriots roster should stay that way in 2020.

Belichick picked up Jason McCourty’s option — perhaps further enticing his brother to return, too — so this group looks exactly the same.

Safeties

Added: Adrian Phillips, Cody Davis

Departed: Duron Harmon, Nate Ebner

Re-signed: Devin McCourty

Under contract: Patrick Chung, Terrence Brooks, Malik Grant

The significant turnover in the Patriots’ secondary comes at the safety position.

The Duron Harmon trade came as a surprise, as did Nate Ebner’s defection to the Giants. The special teams standout actually made more money in each of his last two Patriots seasons than he will in New York.

Phillips, who got a two-year deal slots in as Ebner’s replacement, while Davis is likely to compete on special teams, too.

Defensive line

Added: Beau Allen

Departed: Danny Shelton

Under contract: Lawrence Guy, Deatrich Wise Jr., Byron Cowart, John Simon, Chase Winovich, Derek Rivers

Still sitting in free agent limbo: Keionta Davis, Adam Butler (restricted)

This one is pretty straightforward: Shelton out, Allen in.

The Patriots needed to replace their run-stuffing tackle, and Allen can earn up to $8 million on a two-year deal. If Allen’s name sounds familiar, it’s because he was on the Eagles team that upset the Patriots in Super Bowl LII. Also could be because Beau Allen is just a simple sounding name.

Specialists

Added: None

Departed: Stephen Gostkowski

Re-signed: Matthew Slater

Unwilling to gamble on a 36-year-old kicker coming off hip surgery, the Patriots cut Gostkowski and saved almost $3.6 million against the cap. They could look to the draft to replenish the position that had seen remarkable continuity through Bill Belichick’s first 20 years in New England.

Keeping Slater in the fold ensures the locker room retains a respected, veteran voice amidst so much roster turnover.

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The Patriots continue to add players with special teams backgrounds via free agency, signing former Jaguars safety Authentic Cody Davis Jersey. Davis’ agent, Jordan Woy, tweeted the move earlier on Monday.

Davis spent the first five of his seven NFL seasons with the Rams before playing the last two years with Jacksonville. He has appeared in 97 career games with five starts and has 83 tackles, two interceptions and two forced fumbles to his credit.

The majority of Davis’ work has come in the kicking game, which makes him a strong candidate to replace veteran Nate Ebner, who signed with the Giants as a free agent late last week. Like Ebner, Davis is a safety by trade who sees very little action on defense.

Davis was signed by the Rams as an undrafted free agent out of Texas Tech in 2013.

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According to a report from ESPN’s Field Yates, the Patriots are bringing back special teams ace and locker room leader Authentic Matthew Slater Jersey on a two-year deal. Slater was set to hit free agency at the start of the new league year but will return to the only team he’s played for.

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The Patriots & special teamer/WR Matthew Slater have agreed to a two-year extension, per sources. The deal is similar to his last, which averaged $2.6M/year.

Slater, a longtime team captain, is one of the team’s most respected players & arguably the top ST player in the league.

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The 12-year veteran is a critical part of the Patriots leadership, known for his emotional post-game speeches, breaking down the locker room with the traditional “How do we feel?” chant that was originally started by Tedy Bruschi. But Slater’s on-field presence is a welcome one as well and he’ll combine with Authentic Justin Bethel Jersey to form the most formidable pair of gunners in the NFL. Slater recovered a blocked punt for the first touchdown of his career in 2019. He’ll turn 35 in September but remains one of the best special teamers in the NFL.

It’s an important first move of free agency for the Patriots in an offseason that has a collection of team leaders, including Tom Brady and Authentic Devin McCourty Jersey, poised to hit the open market. Slater is a critical piece who will help ensure some continuity of leadership and culture.

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The New England Patriots undeniably have talent at wide receiver this season, but that talent still has a fair share of question marks attached to it.
With the loss of All-World tight end Rob Gronkowski in the passing game, things certainly become a little more challenging for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots this season on offense.

The wide receiver breakdown is still a little uncertain for the Pats, but based off the initial 53-man roster and injured reserve list, we can assume it is going to include Julian Edelman, Josh Gordon, Demaryius Thomas, Phillip Dorsett, Jakobi Meyers, Gunner Olszewski (probably as a returner), N’Keal Harry (IR), and of course Matthew Slater (on special teams as a gunner).

Julian Edelman is going to be the leader of this wide receiver unit. Edelman has carved his way into being one of the best slot receivers in the NFL. Last season, he caught 74 passes for 850 yards, bringing in six touchdowns along the way as well.

Without a doubt, Edelman is the best playmaker on the Patriots. If the reigning Super Bowl MVP can catch 100 passes this season, it’s wholly possible and probable he will surpass 1,000 receiving yards.

Josh Gordon still has a huge question mark lingering over his head. No one knows how long he will last this season, but we’re all hoping he is moving in the right direction in dealing with his addiction and bettering his life. Gordon was taken off the NFL’s suspended list and is now eligible to play in Week 1 for the Pats.

In a short sample size last season, we saw what Gordon and Brady are capable of when both are together on the field. In just 11 games, Gordon produced 720 receiving yards on 40 catches, which included three touchdown receptions. It’s not hard to believe that Gordon is still capable of producing big numbers, and if he is able to play a full season, it certainly feels like the sky’s the limit for what he and Brady can accomplish.

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N’Keal Harry was expected to be a big element for the New England offense this season. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been too much to see from Harry, as the first-round pick is dealing with an unspecified leg/knee injury suffered during the week of the preseason matchup against the Detroit Lions. The Patriots are inarguably going to be a better team with Harry when he’s back to 100% health and functionality, but who’s to say when that will be?

If Harry is expected to be the other starting wide receiver alongside Edelman and Gordon, then he has a chance to produce anywhere from 750 -1,000+ yards. Harry is also known to be an excellent run blocker from his college days, and as such, he could provide extra support in the running game when he returns from IR later on this season.
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Now that the initial 53-man roster is set, I’m expecting one or two Patriots to land on IR today, with the possibility of returning at midseason. N’Keal Harry is one to watch

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Phillip Dorsett has proved himself to be somewhat reliable and durable during his time with the New England Patriots. In Dorsett’s two seasons with the team, he has been targeted 60 times and has caught 44 passes. He is fast and elusive, and will have an important role within this wide receiver group now that he’s solidified his spot on the roster. With Harry set to miss significant time with his injury, there could be more opportunity for Dorsett to get in the game this year.

Jakobi Meyers made a huge, unexpected bang during the Patriots preseason. He joins a growing list of undrafted free agents who have made a name for themselves in New England, as Coach Belichick loves finding “diamonds in the rough” when it comes to incoming college talent. Meyers displayed great chemistry with backup quarterback Jarrett Stidham pretty early on during the preseason; he seemed a bit less in-sync with Brady at times.
Obviously it is going to take time for any and all rookie receivers to know what their quarterback is expecting of them on any given play, especially with a seasoned signal-caller as experienced and intelligent as Brady. Meyers and Brady might also have to get on the same page rather quickly, seeing as he is another potential candidate for increased playing time with Harry going on IR.

Gunner Olszewski is another undrafted rookie free agent, only he came out of a Division II school: Bemidji State. While in college, Gunner was an exceptional defender, as he won defensive player of the year last season while playing cornerback.

Belichick has worked all offseason in converting Olszewski to a receiver; more importantly, the Pats have found someone they think can become their next return-man in Olszewski as well, especially with other players like Edelman and Patrick Chung getting older. During the preseason, fans were able to see the versatility and durability of Olszewski on a number of plays, which may have been what ultimately convinced coaches to keep him on the final roster.

Demaryius Thomas was surprisingly part of the Patriots’ initial roster cutdowns, just a couple days after posting a brilliant two-touchdown, 87-yard performance in New England’s final preseason game against the New York Giants. At the time, many wondered if Belichick perhaps had something up his sleeve in releasing a player who had seemingly shown enough to convince he was all the way back from his Achilles injury last December.

Sure enough, Belichick (and Thomas) had a plan in place. N’Keal Harry took Thomas’ spot on the initial 53-man roster so that he could then be stashed on injured reserve to start the season. In turn, the Patriots re-signed Thomas with Harry’s vacated spot, reinserting him into their receiver depth chart just in time for the final week of practice before New England’s regular season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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All in all, this New England wide receiver depth chart is pretty impressive from top-to-bottom. And while uncertainty remains in several key areas (Harry’s and Thomas’ health, Gordon’s behavior, Olszewski’s and Meyers’ youth, etc), the Patriots’ pass-catchers still have plenty of talent, ability, and explosiveness to contribute to the offense this season.

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Shortly after news broke Monday afternoon that free-agent offensive tackle Trent Brown intended to sign a four-year, $66 million contract with the Oakland Raiders that includes $36.75 million in guarantees, ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter was on SportsCenter making the point that New England offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia is worthy of some commission.

The humble Scarnecchia might disagree, but the results are indeed impressive.

Scarnecchia enters his 36th season in the NFL in 2019, and it will be his 34th in New England. Since being named offensive line coach under Bill Belichick in 2000, consider the “Scarnecchia Effect” and how many offensive linemen have had their value increased by playing under him (list compiled by ESPN’s Stats & Information):

Grey Ruegamer: Signed off the Steelers practice squad in November 2000, he signed a multiyear deal with the Packers in free agency worth more than $1.3 million in 2003.

Damien Woody: First-round pick by the Patriots in 1999, he signed a six-year, $31 million contract with the Lions.

Joe Andruzzi: Signed as a free agent in 2000 — he made less than $4 million over his entire New England tenure — he signed a four-year, $9 million contract with the Browns.

Tom Ashworth: Signed after he was cut by the 49ers in 2001, he inked a five-year deal with the Seahawks in 2006 worth $13 million.

Brandon Gorin: Signed to the Patriots practice squad in 2002, he was traded to the Cardinals for a sixth-round pick in 2006.

Donald Thomas: Signed 11 days after his release by the Lions in September 2011, he landed a four-year, $14 million deal with the Colts in 2013.

Nate Solder: A first-round pick by the Patriots in 2009, he signed a four-year, $62 million contract with the Giants in 2018.

Trent Brown: Acquired with a fifth-round pick in exchange for a third-round pick from the 49ers at the 2018 NFL draft, he reportedly will sign a four-year, $66 million deal with the Raiders.

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The aforementioned deals don’t include those for offensive linemen who signed extensions with the Patriots over the years, a group that most recently includes right tackle Marcus Cannon (five years, $32.5 million), center David Andrews (three years, maximum value of $11.715 million) and right guard Shaq Mason (five years, maximum value of $50 million).

Mason had played in a run-based, option offense at Georgia Tech, with little background as a pass-blocker. So his emergence as one of the best guards in the NFL is also reflective of how Scarnecchia has helped players reach their potential.

For longtime Patriots followers, Scarnecchia’s personnel impact has extended beyond the offensive line. In 1991, when Scarnecchia was the tight ends coach, he scouted Ben Coates out of little-known Livingstone College. Coates, of course, went on to become a Patriots Hall of Famer after being selected in the fifth round that year.

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Two days after saying that he’s learning to deal better with media reports of drama surrounding the New England Patriots, quarterback Tom Brady politely told reporters at his Friday news conference that he’s sticking to football.

“I don’t want to bring on any drama this year,” Brady said, two days before he will lead the team against the Houston Texans in the season opener. “I’m just focused on what I want to do, and be a great football player for this team and be a good example in the locker room, provide great leadership. That’s where my focus is. I know people want to talk about a lot of other things, but I just really want to stick on football and focus on being the best I can be for this team.”

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With the Eagles’ offense struggling, coach Doug Pederson called for a trick play known as “Philly Philly” on Thursday. Nelson Agholor completed a pass to Nick Foles to spark a drive that culminated in a touchdown.

Brady’s answer came after he was asked a question about his personal athletic trainer, close friend and business partner, Alex Guerrero.

The theme continued when Brady was later asked about Nike’s advertisement with quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

“I really want to focus on football, not hot topics, and my reaction to a lot of hot topics and so forth,” he said. “Get ready for the Texans — they’re a great team. That’s where my focus is, not on advertisements and so forth.”

Along those lines, Brady took note of the Philadelphia Eagles running the “Philly Philly” play in their season-opening win over the Atlanta Falcons — which members of the Eagles organization said they took from the Patriots, as it was the play in which Brady dropped a pass in Super Bowl LII.

“Good execution wins games,” said Brady, who watched Thursday’s opener with his son Jack. “I think that’s ultimately what we have to do. When you have to make the plays, you either make them or you don’t.”

Brady enters the season with a lighter-than-normal group of receivers, led by Chris Hogan, Phillip Dorsett and Cordarrelle Patterson as Julian Edelman is serving a four-game NFL suspension.

“I have confidence in them, certainly. Phillip and Chris, I obviously played a lot with them last year. Cordarrelle is new and he’s done some good things and he’s been productive in this league,” Brady said. “To be on this team, you have to be a good football player …. We’re all going to be learning on the fly and you have to build as the season goes.”
Brady, who was elected a team captain for the 17th straight year, said in his “Tom vs. Time” epilogue Wednesday that he hopes to play until he’s 45. But at the moment, it’s a short-term focus for him with the season opener in mind.

“I’m really excited,” he said. “It’s a blessing to be able to do it. I love playing football. I love the sport. I’ve been doing it for a long time. I’m not sure what life would be like without it. I’ve had a few experiences when I haven’t been out there and haven’t liked those very much.

“There’s no place I’d rather be Sunday afternoon at 1 o’clock than playing here, and playing well.”