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Dale, Michael and Jerry discuss how the word 'reach' doesn't apply to the Patriots when it comes time to draft, and why we can't conclusively call any of this a success or failure for years to come.
Reacting to a story written by Chris Price on WEEI.com, the guys debate which list convicted murderer and former tight end Aaron Hernandez belongs on: the worst or the best.
bounced around for a few years -- even putting in a stint in the CFL -- but he’s currently out of football. 5. Terrence Wheatley (2nd round, 2008): There’s probably as many as five defensive backs taken in 2007, 2008 and 2009 who could
developing him will be another story, and the history there is scary for the Pats . McCourty, Chung, Dowling, Terrence Wheatley and Darius Butler were all taken in the first two rounds. McCourty was an All-Pro cornerback as a rookie but has
safety James Sanders (fourth round) 2007: Safety Brandon Meriweather (first round). 2008: Cornerbacks Terrence Wheatley (second round) and Jonathan Wilhite (fourth round). 2009: Safety Patrick Chung (second round) and cornerback
talent in James Sanders (who stepped forward nicely at safety), as well as rookie corners Jonathan Wilhite and Terrence Wheatley (both of whom would look impressive at times down the stretch), but it never really seemed to come
over for Bodden and Devin McCourty will be asked to do more as a rookie, is there someone — Jonathan Wilhite , Terrence Wheatley or Kyle Arrington , perhaps — who could parlay a solid performance in the preseason finale into more playing time
flashes of talent, but ended with 43 tackles and 3.5 sacks in 36 regular-season games with the Patriots. 6. Terrence Wheatley (2nd round, 62nd overall, 2008) and Jonathan Wilhite (4th round, 129th overall, 2008): These two were intertwined
s nothing new to see a corner taken by the Patriots in the early to middle rounds flame out ( Jonathan Wilhite , Terrence Wheatley ), and point to his injury history and the fact that he couldn’t manage to stay on the field as a rookie for a defense that
wideouts and play strong in the running game will please many Patriots fans still haunted by images of Darius Butler and Terrence Wheatley . At South Carolina, Gilmore excelled when he was placed in press alignment against a receiver, particularly in
last three years. Two of them (Devin McCourty and Darius Butler) are still with the team, while they ended the Terrence Wheatley era early. At 5-foot-9 and 193 pounds, Harris has the prototypical size of a Pats corner. Harris came out after his junior
Despite having already drafted Devin McCourty (first round, 2010), Darius Butler (second round, 2009) and Terrence Wheatley (second round, 2008; released last season), it isn’t far-fetched that the Pats could spend one of their first