It's been a little more than a week since the Patriots completed the draft by selecting 10 players to add to the roster. From safety Kyle Dugger to center Dustin Woodard, Bill Belichick hopes he found some individuals who will be part of New England's future.
We're starting to see some features on the draft picks as the writers are introducing us to the newest Patriots.
The Athletic starts things off with a look at rookie Dalton Keene, known as Rambo, and his path to the Patriots.
The Boston Globe looks at the origins of Patriots second-round pick Kyle Dugger.
The Athletic includes linebacker Josh Uche among its top 10 draft picks who are the best scheme fits for their new teams.
The Boston Herald breaks down the numbers for the targets of Tom Brady’s touchdown passes.
The Eagle-Tribune says it's official: the keys have been handed to young Jarrett Stidham. Speaking of Stidham, ESPN.com says his college coach Gus Malzahn believes he will be ready to handle the moment.
WEEI.com has Devin McCourty explaining that the virtual meetings the Patriots have been taking part in have helped the process of getting focused without Brady.