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FanPostsFanShotsAbout the Site List of Patriots Twitter AccountsWrite For Pats Pulpit!New User Welcome and Commenting GuideCommunity GuidelinesMastheadTopics Patriots Off-Season CoveragePatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots NewsPatriots Draft CoverageSportfolio ManagementPatriots NewsNew England Patriots LinksNew England Patriots links 5/03/19 - Rob Gronkowski still on everybody’s mindNew Hjalte Froholdt Jersey Draft ,12commentsDaily news and links for Friday.EDTShareTweetShareShareNew England Patriots links 5/03/19 - Rob Gronkowski still on everybody’s mindJohn David Mercer-USA TODAY SportsTEAM TALKThe Patriots signed 10 undrafted rookie free agents and also made three other roster moves.Don Banks lists 10 NFL topics that still lack answers as the offseason reaches May.Paul Perillo profiles Patriots rookie running back Damien Harris.Angelique Fiske reports that Rob Gronkowski played a prominent role at the American Music Award.Fred Kirsch, Andy Hart, Paul Perillo and Erik Scalavino discuss the Patriots’ draft and who was the better Patriots slot receiver: Wes Welker or Julian Edelman? (2:02:05 audio)Kyle Van Noy, Jason McCourty, Rex Burkhead and Stephon Gilmore get a preview of the latest 3 Games to Glory documentary. (2:40 video)LOCAL LINKSMatt Chatham (The Athletic) thinks that the Patriots have moved elsewhere while the rest of the NFL is looking for the next Rob Gronkowski.Zack Cox (NESN) reviews the college tape of Patriots third-round pick Damien Harris.Ryan Hannable (WEEI) looks at the Patriots roster to find the deepest and weakest positions on the team.Andrew Callahan (MassLive) thinks that the Patriots Way is alive and well this offseason.Mike Reiss (ESPN Boston) writes about Tom Brady’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live and him joking about not being the NFL’s highest-paid quarterback.Ryan Hannable (WEEI) lists five free agents the Patriots could still be interested in.Doug Kyed (NESN) opens his latest mailbag to speak tight end options, running backs, and more.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) takes a closer look at Patriots fifth-round rookie Byron Cowart.Jeff Howe (The Athletic) writes about Chase Winovich’s soft side.Andrew Callahan (MassLive) shares Lawrence Guy’s unusual question after he had just won the Super Bowl.Zack Cox (NESN) quotes James White and his fantasy football aspirations.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) takes you into the weekend with some Patriots updates.Tom Curran (NBC Boston) unveils his new AFC power rankings.Henry McKenna (Patriots Wire) posts a funny Martellus Bennett story about Bill Belichick criticizing Tom Brady.Kevin Duffy (Boston Herald) writes that James White welcomes the running back competition.Adam London (NESN) shares the reactions of Patriots players to Tom Brady’s skit on Jimmy Kimmel Live.Darren Hartwell (NBC Boston) points out that N’Keal Harry is a dark horse rookie of the year candidate.NATIONAL NEWSGeoff Schwartz (SB Nation) shows how rookies can make an NFL roster, starting now.Conor Orr (Sports Illustrated) lists the NFL’s best remaining free agents.Maurice Morton (Bleacher Report) ranks the NFL’s defenses after the draft.Jay Glazer (The Athletic) opens his post-draft mailbag.Dan Parr (NFL.com) posts his draft grades for the AFC North.Jason Owens (Yahoo! Sports) reports that the Chiefs’ overtime proposal has gained some traction.The MMQB staff (Sports Illustrated) publishes its latest NFL power rankings.Scott Spratt (Pro Football Focus) names his fantasy sleepers from the late draft rounds and undrafted free agency.EXTRACURRICULARAdam Stites (SB Nation) thinks that the NFL commissioner’s exempt list is a cop-out. Howard Katz has the most unenviable task in the National Football League. As the league’s senior vice president of broadcasting and media operations, he is the point person for formulating the schedule and trying to make the executives of the league’s four broadcast partners happy.Before the public got a look at the upcoming regular-season schedule on Wednesday Hjalte Froholdt NFL Jersey , Katz relayed to Fox, CBS, NBC and ESPN what games they received. In interviews with network executives, all four networks thought Katz’s task of formulating this year’s packages was fair.“How we allocate is always tricky. You have to make sure the prime-time packages are strong while making sure there is enough quality and quantity for the Sunday afternoon games,” Katz said.NBC “Sunday Night Football” Executive Producer Fred Gaudelli can empathize with the challenges that Katz faces, especially because it seems to get more difficult each season.“It is a lot harder compared to when we first started with the Sunday Night package in 2006,” he said. “Now there are a full season of Thursday night games and more London games. Yet, he has managed to treat everyone fairly.”Here are five takeaways from the networks about their packages:OPENING WEEK: The Green Bay-Chicago opener on Sept. 4, which will kick off the league’s 100th season Hjalte Froholdt NFL Draft , was announced during the league meetings in late March. There were many options for New England’s opponent on the first Sunday night game, but eventually the league settled on Pittsburgh in a matchup of the only two franchises to win six Super Bowls.The Monday Night games were surprises. Conventional wisdom had the Browns at Jets leading off the doubleheader, but it will be Houston visiting New Orleans. Oakland hosts the late game for the second straight season, but this time it is against Denver.“There were a dozen different games that we looked at, but at the end of the day the puzzle fit best with Texans-Saints,” Katz said. “Both teams were in the playoffs last season and have great quarterbacks.”HELLO, CLEVELAND: The Browns acquisition of wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. netted them at least one additional prime-time game.The two Monday night games are on the road, but NBC and Fox got their wish of having Cleveland home games. The Browns host the LA Rams in Week 3 in their first Sunday night appearance since 2008, and host Pittsburgh on Thursday night in Week 11.Even though the Steelers did not make the playoffs and lost key playmakers in Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell Hjalte Froholdt Buffalo Bills Jersey , they are still making the maximum five prime-time appearances. Katz said that free agency did not result in any teams losing spots in prime time.DIVYING UP THE PATRIOTS: Fox and CBS were able to retain two of the matchups that had the highest demand. Fox gets the Patriots‘ game against the Cowboys in Week 12 and CBS will have the AFC championship game rematch against the Chiefs in Week 14.New England’s other Sunday night appearances are road games against the Ravens (Week 9) and Texans (Week 13). The Monday night game is at the AFC East rival Jets (Week 7) and the Thursday night game has them hosting the Giants (Week 6).MONDAY, MONDAY: Five of the final eight “Monday Night Football” games on ESPN are division matchups, which is similar to last year’s schedule. The late-season division games last season was one of the reasons why ESPN had an eight percent ratings increase.“We’ve got some strong rivalries and division games, but we are also going to great venues again,” ESPN Executive Vice President of Programming Burke Magnus said. “We are going to New Orleans twice, New York three times, San Francisco twice along with heading to Seattle, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Mexico City.”CROSS FLEX Youth Devin McCourty Jerseys , CROSS FIT: The AFC schedule does not have the same depth as the NFC, even before the prime-time games were determined.Since the league started cross flexing games in 2014 though, CBS has received some quality NFC matchups. Their first two doubleheaders feature good NFC battles with New Orleans-Seattle in Week 3 and Minnesota-Chicago in Week 4.“The cross flexes have been a good addition and helped equalize certain weeks,” CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus said. “It gives broad exposure to games that wouldn’t get as much.”THE VIEW FROM FOX: Fox Executive Vice President Michael Mulvihill, who serves as the network’s liaison with the NFL, said most of the games that Fox had on its first list of Thursday night preferences they ended up getting. The first Fox Thursday game is Philadelphia at Green Bay to start Week 4.Mulvihill was also very pleased with how the 4:25 p.m. games on doubleheader weeks worked out. Dallas will be featured in the late spot in the last four doubleheaders, which would benefit Fox if they are in playoff contention.
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