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The Patriots are highly optimistic Edelman (foot) will be ready for training camp, CSN New England reports.
Here's a look at some receivers who could be a good fit for the Patriots.
History shows that Bill Belichick has made some of his best draft picks in the later rounds.
In the 14 NFL drafts in which Tennessee Titans GM Jon Robinson has played a role, his teams have avoided taking receivers in the first round.
There shouldn't be much -- make that any -- debate when it comes to the Patriots' best late-round draft pick. Tom Brady at 199th overall? That'll do.
Patriots WR Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola have been "cleaning the streets" in their spare time.
ESPN Patriots reporter Mike Reiss says Tom Brady is not only the best late-round pick in team history, but is the greatest pick of any round in franchise history.
Tom Brady has been an example in New England for nearly two decades, and that should continue as voluntary workouts begin.
The Urban Meyer talent tree hasn't been very fruitful for the Patriots.
Entering their third seasons, the Jaguars' Allens -- Robinson and Hurns -- have the numbers to make that argument.
Newly acquired tight end Martellus Bennett lets his new teammates know he's ready to go.