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Saturday, 11 May 2013 20:03

New England Patriots News from Around the Web: Daily Links for May 11, 2013

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It's Saturday, Patriots fans, and of you live in the Northeast, it's probably raining and you're stuck inside. What better way to pass the time than to read up on the best links on the Patriots around the web. We do the work, so you don't have to!


Patriots Have Plenty of In-House Options to Improve Pass Rush If John Abraham Does Not Sign

Doug Kyed of NESN.com takes a look at the in-house options for the Patriots front line if free agent John Abraham fails to sign with New England.


ESPN Boston

Scouting Report: Michael Buchanan

ESPN Boston takes a look at the scouting report of seventh round draft pick Michael Buchanan of Illinois (not from Rutgers, weird, right?) and makes some predictions on what type of player he'll be within the Pats organization.


Comcast Sports New England

Mayo Prepared to Lend a Hand to Patriots Rookies

Phil Perry of CSNNE.com filed a reported about how Jerod Mayo is prepared to help out the new defensive rookies on the Patriots and that he most likely isn't going to alone on this one.



What Does the Receivers Depth Chart Look Like?

After drafting a couple of rookie wide receivers and signing Lavelle Hawkins, the once thin receiving corps of the Patriots is now a crowded house. Boston.com takes a look at who will make the cut and what the depth chart might look like.


Rant Sports

Lavelle Hawkins Is a Long Shot to Make New England Patriots Roster

Tyler Ash of Rant Sports explains why the newest New England Patriot, Lavelle Hawkins, has an uphill climb ahead of him if he wants to makes Bill Belichick's final roster.



Ryan Clark  Praises Tom Brady

Earlier in the week, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark said that Tom Brady see "ghosts" when he is under pressure, but now he appears to be changing his tune and is now praising Brady.