Patriots Continue to Load up Pre-Draft Visits

Rotoworld reports:

NFL Network’s Adam Schefter reports that the Patriots will host CBs Leodis McKelvin, Antoine Cason, Dominque Rodgers-Cromartie, and Aquib Talib this week.

Keith Rivers and Glenn Dorsey are also visiting Foxborough as the Pats’ visits have a decididly defensive feel. Still we wouldn’t rule out the Patriots beefing up their lines. Sedrick Ellis and Branden Albert are two popular possibilties.
McKelvin, DRC, Talib, and Dorsey are all new names. I think the only legitimate option at number seven out of the corners the Pats have interest in is Aqib Talib. Personally, I think he could be a game changer. Question is, could we still snag him if we moved down to say #13?
My guess is also that a lot of fans are intrigued by Glenn Dorsey. I’m not sure his visit is 100% true, but it is intriguing nonetheless. In my opinion, Dorsey is the second most talented player in this draft, HOWEVER, I just don’t think he is fit for the 3-4.

2 Responses to Patriots Continue to Load up Pre-Draft Visits

  1. Jeff says:


    You do an amazing job with this blog. Keep informing us all.

  2. lamont says:

    i believe the patriots will get ellis and run the 4-3 like they did in there first superball win.what i like about BIG B is that he is not set in one way to skin A cat he is the magiver of football I believe he wants to master all syles of play in football. He has A syle like Bruce Lee. Bruce lee had A beautiful saying when he fights he likes to be like water so that he could take on any form. He didn’t have just one syle he had many syles so he could defeat his fo’s the NFL HAS NOT SEEN ANY YET.

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