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Inspired by Chandler Jones saying he wasn't surprised he was traded from the Pats, we look at four Patriots trades where they shipped guys out that did sort of surprise us.
Giardi and Tomase discuss the position the Pats find themselves in this offseason with a big chunk of guys coming to the final year of their deal including Malcolm Butler. How will Belichick handle the situation and will he pay big money to Butler?
who hasn’t ran a route since 2010 and on his best day was a team-killing nutjob, then he’s listening to the voices in his head again. The “powers that be” would sign Troy Brown or Deion Branch out of retirement before T.O.
this. And that doesn’t even include the other tampering allegations where the Jets escaped punishment: In 2006 Deion Branch was in a contract holdout and the Jets discussed with Branch’s agents what they were willing to offer in a trade for him
taken as Special Teamer WRINOs (Wide Receiver in Name Only). Of the remaining picks, he struck gold with Edelman, Deion Branch and David Givens , and the jury is still out on Josh Boyce and Aaron Dobson, who remain on the roster. But he has
had one of the best seasons of any first-year receiver in New England. (By way of comparison, as a rookie in 2002 Deion Branch had 43 catches, 489 yards and two touchdowns. Meanwhile Dobson had 37-519-4 in 2013.) At the same time, it
season in wide receivers T.J. Moe and Josh Boyce and defensive back Logan Ryan. Dating back the last dozen years, Deion Branch , Chad Jackson and Devin McCourty all posted sub-seven-second times in the 3-cone at the combine. Greg Salas and Jeremy Ebert
franchise history. 83 — TE Martellus Bennett Good number for a pass catcher — Wes Welker had it from 2007-2012, and Deion Branch wore it from 2002-2006. Bodes well for Bennett’s career in New England. 84 — WR Nate Washington Another good number
prospects who fit their system perfectly thanks in part to their times in the 3-cone. Julian Edelman (6.62 seconds), Deion Branch (6.71), Wes Welker (7.06), Devin McCourty (6.7), Logan Ryan (6.69), Justin Coleman (6.61) and
catches behind the all-time leader, Wes Welker , who finished his time in New England with 563 catches from Brady). Deion Branch is third overall with 328 career catches from Brady, while Troy Brown is fourth with 323 catches. The only other active player in the
first postseason loss as a Patriot, Brady was 20-for-36 for 341 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Deion Branch added eight catches for 153 yards in the loss. Jan. 14, 2007: One year later, it was one of the more epic postseason
a 106.8 career rating in three regular season matchups. Speaking of Brady and the Eagles, the Patriots featured Deion Branch on the cover of the GAMEDAY program. Branch caught 11 balls for 133 yards and was the MVP of the Patriots’ 24-21