PatsPulpit takes a look at how the Patriots 2010s All-Deacade team was built. It's a good lesson that impact players can be found in all rounds of the draft, as castoffs from other teams and after starting out on the low end of the roster. Here's what Lawrence Guy had to say about being named to the team, his mostly unheralded arrival is pretty common for players who suddenly blossom in New England.
Phil Perry discusses his choices for the offense of the Patriots All-Decade team.
Tara Sullivan of the Boston Globe spoke with former Belichick tight end Mark Bavaro about Rob Gronkowski's decision to return to the NFL after a year off.
PFF thinks that Josh Uche is a great scheme fit for the Patriots. This seems to be the general consensus, that New England will use him in a variety of ways without having to put him in a box of a strict position with set responsibilities.
Jeff Howe of The Athletic traces Kyle Dugger's path to the NFL.
Mike Lombardi writing for The Athletic says that the bigger part of the draft is about evaluating the talent already on the roster. It seems like the Patriots are ready to give a lot of new faces every chance to become impact players for them at spots like linebacker, edge and wide receiver.