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Patriots News Blitz 5/7: Versatile Copeland is making his mark

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The NFL will announce the schedule Thursday night and the Patriots slate will appear right here on Patriots.com at 7:30 p.m.

The Boston Herald offers some thoughts in advance of its unveiling.

In bigger news, the league is discussing the process of having teams open their facilities in the near future. The NFL issued a memo detailing the plans for the coming days and weeks, although the protocols remain very much in flux at the moment.

Brandon Copeland, one of the Patriots free agent signings, met with the media on Wednesday and the Boston Herald believes he provides versatility on many fronts. The Providence Journal explains how Copeland is making his mark on and off the field. NBC Sports Boston says Copeland is leaving his mark on everyone. WEEI.com has Copepland explaining how being a Patriot means he’s now 'a legit player.'

The Patriots signed second-round pick Josh Uche to a four-year deal.

Dan Shaughnessy of the Globe predicts that it will be awkward as Bill Belichick chases Don Shula's records.

The Boston Herald believe Jarrett Stidham is the most intriguing mystery in Boston sports. NBC Sports Boston says the offseason uncertainty will have an impact on Stidham's development.

There are some new rules in place for 2020 but the practice of predicting the 53-man roster remains the same. The Boston Globe takes an early stab at it.

The Boston Sports Journal says the coaches will need to find the right front seven fit for linebacker Anfernee Jennings. NESN.com feels Devin Asiasi has the chance to make an early impact.

The Boston Globe explains that Chase Winovich may be confined but he’s hardly been at a standstill during the pandemic.

The Athletic says N'Keal Harry is working with a new trainer.

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