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Sunday, 01 March 2015 00:28

Patriots Beat: NFL Offseason | Revis |McCourty|Vereen|Gostowski

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The Patriots Beat Podcast continues its look into the NFL Off-season 

Its decision week in the NFL as the Patriots and other NFL teams get ready for the New League Year. March 2nd is a big day as the Patriots will have to decide on if they should slap the franchise tag on Devin McCourty or Stephen Gostkowski.

Where do the Patriots and the representatives for star corner back Darrelle Revis stand in there negotiations?

Jeff Kane and Bobby Krivitsky break down that and more. Including the luck the Patriots have had in kickers since Adam Vinatieri was brought on in 1996.

Could James White fill the void of a Shane Vereen departure or does the team need to lookat a player like Reggie Bush, who both Brain Daboll and Dave DeGuglielmo know well.

Will Malcolm Butler be able to rise up the ranks next season and will he be known for more than just his Surper Bowl play. Does his assention, mean that Brandon Browner could be a cap casualty as he is due a roster bonus to start the league year.

What will happen with Vince Wilfork, Jeff thinks he's a cap casualty while Bobby is looking for hope in a restructuring. What about Danny Amendola, is he on the outs? Could a player like Josh Boyce take his place? Why is Brian Tyms looked at with such lust by Patriots Nation, while Aaron Dobson is looked at like a bust.

All this and more one Patriots Beat



Jeff Kane

Jeff Kane is the Patriots Beat Manager for CLNS Radio He is the lead host for Patriots Beat and Host of the Patriots Post Game Show. His quick-witted style and knowlege of the New England Patriots are some of his endearing qualities to CLNS listeners.

Jeff is a lifelong Boston sports fan who grew up right outside of Boston. His passion for the New England Patriots dates back to watching his first game in 1984. Jeff grew up with love for the Larry Bird led Celtics, watching games after his bedtime with his father Chuck.

A self describe football know-it-all. Jeff says his favorite sports memories are the Snow Bowl Game and attending game one of the NBA playoffs with his father in 2008.

Jeff currently resides in New Hampton, New Hampshire with his Wife Michelle and his two sons Connelly and Saygen.

Jeff can be reached by email: jkane@clnsradio.com

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