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Who will start at quarterback for the Patriots when the season opens next September?

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While many believe it will be Jarrett Stidham, who is entering his second year, it’s worth wondering if the potentially shortened offseason could work against him in terms of getting comfortable with the system. If that is the case, the team could turn to veteran Authentic Brian Hoyer Jersey to open the year.

Appearing on Dale & Keefe Tuesday, NBC Sports Boston’s Tom E. Curran believes that could happen and laid out how starting Hoyer in Week 1 makes sense.

“Absolutely, I do,” he said. “Because we don’t know how much time they are going to spend in the preseason — don’t send him out there to fail, don’t put him out there to fail. Is Brian Hoyer in Week 1 going to throw for 350 (yards)? I mean he could. That is the interesting thing about last preseason, he looked great in the first preseason game, which is the least serious in some ways along with the fourth, but, he looked really, really good. He still has plenty of arm. He is smarter than Stidham will be, obviously, in terms of where to go with the ball.

“I could see, ‘Run the ball, play defense, let Brian take care of business and Jarrett, don’t worry about it, we still love you.’ But don’t send him out there to fail, which could conceivably be a primetime game and (he could) get his head kicked in.”

This scenario wouldn’t be giving up on Stidham, just buying him more time.

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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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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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Lance Kendricks of the New England Patriots has been suspended without pay for the first game of the 2019 regular season for violating the NFL’s policy and program on substances of abuse.

Kendricks is eligible to participate in all remaining preseason practices and the team’s final preseason game. He will be eligible to return to the Patriots’ active roster on Monday, Sept. 9, following the team’s Week 1 game vs. Pittsburgh.

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New England is adding reinforcements to the offensive line to make up for David Andrews’ absence.

The Patriots acquired backup offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor from the Baltimore Ravens for an undisclosed draft pick, Baltimore announced Wednesday.

Eluemunor should provide depth for an offensive line that is shuffling backup guard Ted Karras into the starting center role, as Andrews recovers from a blood clot in his lungs. The starting center was hospitalized earlier this week. It’s unclear how long Andrews will be out.

A Ravens fifth-round pick in 2017, Eluemunor has started three games and played in 17 over the last two seasons. He was named to the Pro Football Writers Association All-Rookie Team in 2017.

Eluemenor signed a one-year, $645,000 deal with the Ravens in March and is a restricted free agent at the end of this season.

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Patriots announced today that they have acquired OL Korey Cunningham from the Arizona Cardinals and OL Jermaine Eluemunor (eh-LOO-muh-nor) from the Baltimore Ravens. Terms of the trades were not announced.

Cunningham, 24, was drafted by Arizona in the seventh round (254th overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft out of Cincinnati. The 6-foot-6, 311-pounder started all six games he played in at left tackle for the Cardinals in 2018 as a rookie before being placed on injured reserve on Dec. 25, 2018. Cunningham appeared in 45 games with 24 starts over four seasons and earned second-team All-American Athletic Conference honors as a senior in 2017 at Cincinnati.

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Eluemunor, 24, was drafted by Baltimore in the fifth round (159th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft out of Texas A&M. The 6-foot-4, 335-pounder has played in 17 games with two starts at right guard and one start at left tackle. Last season, he began the season on the practice squad before being signed to the 53-man roster and saw action in nine games with one start.

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Patriots announced that they have acquired C Russell Bodine in a trade with the Buffalo Bills and traded DB Duke Dawson Jr. to the Denver Broncos. Terms of the trades were not announced.

Bodine, 27, is a veteran of five NFL seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals (2014-17) and the Buffalo Bills (2018). The 6-foot-3, 308-pounder originally entered the NFL as a fourth-round draft pick (111th overall) by Cincinnati out of North Carolina in the 2014 NFL Draft. After four seasons with the Bengals, Bodine signed with Buffalo as an unrestricted free agent on March 19, 2018. He has started 74 career games at center in the regular season and two postseason games. Last season, he started all 10 games that he played in at center before finishing the season on injured reserve.

Dawson Jr., 23, was drafted by New England in the second-round (56th overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft out of Florida. The 5-foot-10, 198-pounder began the 2018 regular season on injured reserve before being activated to the 53-man roster on Nov. 13. He was inactive for the final six regular-season contests and all three postseason games.