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Tom E. Curran and Jerod Mayo discuss the Patriots signing WRs Corey Coleman and Bennie Fowler, break down the Patriots week 1 win, and react to Matt Patricia’s tough debut for the Lions. 

(2:30) Jerod Mayo explains why he thinks Bennie Fowler will get onto the field before Corey Coleman

(6:30) What can the Patriots expect from Corey Coleman?

(8:00) Is Rob Gronkowski better now than he has ever been?

(12:30) Did we overreact to the NFL helmet rule? It was only called once over 14 games

(13:20) What differences did Jerod Mayo see with the Patriots defense under Brian Flores?

(18:00) How concerning is the punt returner position for the Patriots?

(20:30) Jerod reacts to Matt Patricia’s tough first game as an NFL coach



(1:00) Patriots made some moves on Tuesday, including bringing in WR Corey Coleman. Tom E. Curran and Jerod Mayo discuss the signing and their expectations from the new signings. 

(6:00) Lou Merloni breaks down Chris Sale’s return, and voices the concerns he has for Chris Sale after what he saw. 

(10:50) Tom E. Curran goes around the NFL to talk with insiders from various teams to recap and react to the first week of the NFL season. 



On what was a busy Tuesday for the Patriots, the team hosted tryouts for three players.

According to ESPN’s Mike Reiss, running backs Orleans Darkwa and Charles Sims worked out for New England along with ex-Patriots wide receiver Brandon Tate.

Patriots tryouts: RB Orleans Darkwa, RB Charles Sims, WR Brandon Tate. The club is familiar with Tate, as he was one of their third-round draft choices in 2009.

— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) September 11, 2018

Darkwa spent his last four seasons with the Giants. In 2017, the 26-year-old rushed 171 times for 751 yards and five touchdowns.

Sims, who had spent all of his four seasons with the Buccaneers, had 21 rushes for 95 yards in 2017 to go along with 35 receptions and 249 receiving yards.

Tate, selected by the Patriots in the third round of the 2009 NFL draft, spent his last two seasons with the Bills serving primarily as a kick and punt returner.

The Patriots signed wide receiver Corey Coleman, receiver Bennie Fowler, and running back Kenjon Barner on Tuesday.


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