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Pats Pulpit Mar 4, 2021
Was 2020 a rebuild year for the Patriots? David Andrews doesn’t think so.

Was 2020 a rebuild year for the Patriots? David Andrews doesn’t think so.

Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Related: Free-agent-to-be David Andrews grateful for 2020 season, time with Patriots The R-word is a popular one in New England these days: rebuild. With Tom Brady gone and the Patriots’ current roster having numerous holes across the board, now might be a good time for the organization to further build for the future. That process, actually, might already have started in 2020. The Patriots saw high-profile free agency departures, had limited salary cap space and experienced more Coronavirus opt-outs than any other club last...
NESN.com Mar 2, 2021

Patriots Free Agents: Why Re-Signing David Andrews Should Be Priority

The Patriots have 22 players set to hit unrestricted free agency when the NFL league year opens March 17. As that date approaches, we’re taking a closer look at New England’s free agents. Up next: center David Andrews. 2020 stats: 12 starts, two sacks allowed, 12 total pressures allowed (via Pro Football Focus) Likelihood of […] The post Patriots Free Agents: Why Re-Signing David Andrews Should Be Priority appeared first on NESN.com.
Pats Pulpit Feb 22, 2021
David Andrews ‘would love to stay’ in New England but is ‘up for anything’

David Andrews ‘would love to stay’ in New England but is ‘up for anything’

Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports Related: Patriots free agency profile: C David Andrews The New England Patriots have a sizable free agency class, and one member of it is starting center and team captain David Andrews. For the first time since joining the team as a rookie free agent in 2015, Andrews is headed for the open market — leaving his future in question. According to a recent social media post of his, however, his intentions are clear: he and his wife, Mackenzie, would prefer staying put (h/t The Camera Guys). We would love to stay. New England is our home....
Pats Pulpit Feb 22, 2021
New England Patriots links 2/22/21 - Patience will be the key to the quarterback market

New England Patriots links 2/22/21 - Patience will be the key to the quarterback market

Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports Daily news and links for Monday. TEAM TALK Mike Dussault tackles the report that the New England Patriots are expected to add Billy Yates to their coaching staff. Patriots.com shares a video of Matthew Slater, David Andrews and Andre Tippett joining Massachusetts high school football captains and coaches on a call. (32:04 video) LOCAL LINKS Karen Guregian (Boston Herald) names five free agents the Patriots should target if they avoid the franchise tag. Phil Perry (NBC Sports) opens his mailbag, including an explanation why Jimmy...
NESN.com Feb 21, 2021

Free Agent David Andrews Answers Question About Staying With Patriots

Make no mistake: David Andrews has been one of the the most important members of the Patriots since he entered the NFL in 2015 as an undrafted free agent. But Andrews, now one of the best centers in the NFL, is an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career. As such, his […] The post Free Agent David Andrews Answers Question About Staying With Patriots appeared first on NESN.com.
Pats Pulpit Feb 18, 2021
AFC East Report: Which players from the Patriots’ division are headed towards free agency?

AFC East Report: Which players from the Patriots’ division are headed towards free agency?

Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/ Related: AFC East Report: The biggest offseason question for each team in the Patriots’ division The New England Patriots’ upcoming class of free agents is a big one: a total of 26 players will see their contracts with the team expire next month. That group includes some long-time cornerstones — offensive linemen David Andrews and Joe Thuney, running backs James White and Rex Burkhead, defensive tackles Lawrence Guy and Adam Butler, cornerback Jason McCourty — as well as 2020 starting quarterback Cam Newton. The Patriots are not the...
Pats Pulpit Feb 11, 2021
Patriots draft profile: Rashawn Slater could be the final cog in a long-term offensive line group

Patriots draft profile: Rashawn Slater could be the final cog in a long-term offensive line group

Photo by Mitchell Layton/ Related: Patriots draft profile: Asante Samuel Jr. provides versatility to rebuild New England’s secondary in the future For as much grief as the Patriots get for their lack of skill position players, the team will hit a major crossroads this offseason in terms of the decisions they have to make along the offensive line. All-Pro guard Joe Thuney’s services will be in high demand as he possibly enters free agency for the first time, team captain and fan favorite David Andrews will also enter free agency for the first time after playing on a...

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