The New England Patriots announced today that they have traded LB Jamie Collins to the Cleveland Browns for a conditional draft pick.
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Collins, 27, is in his fourth NFL season after joining New England as a second round draft pick (52nd overall) out of Southern Mississippi in the 2013 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-3, 250-pounder, has played in 50 NFL games with 41 starts and has accumulated 280 total tackles, 10 1/2 sacks, five interceptions, 16 passes defensed, 10 forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries, including one for a touchdown, one blocked field goal and one blocked extra point.
Wednesday morning at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine Brown was much more interested in talking about the former – a midseason trade for linebacker Jamie Collins – than he was the latter – the much speculated potential interest Cleveland could have in dealing for Patriots backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
The latest came on Monday when Jamie Collins was sent packing. While the suddenness of those moves always catch the players off guard, Brady understands the nature of the business and realizes no one is immune to the situation.
It was a rare Tuesday full house today on PFW In Progress with Erik Scalavino on the show to cover the Patriots bye week media availability. The show began with a bang as the guys immediately dove into the shocking trade of Patriots linebacker Jamie Collins to the Cleveland Browns.
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Try to have an open mind on this. Has Bill lost his mind? He got rid of Logan Mankins and our line sucked, He supported the idea of changing the extra point and then our kicker missed the extra point in the AFC championship game last year and we lost. He chose to give the Jets the ball in the beginning of overtime last year and we lost (all we needed was one more win to get home-field advantage for the playoffs which we didn’t get and lost in the playoffs), he got rid of Chandler Jones and Dominique Easley and now our defensive line sucks and now he got rid of possibly the best linebacker in the league not named Luke Kuechly in Jamie Collins.
The New England Patriots announced on Monday that Linebacker, Jamie Collins, will leave the club in the direction of Cleveland. The patriots receive a conditional draft pick for the athletic defender.
Collins, 27, is in his fourth NFL season after being compelled by the New England Patriots jerseys in the second round of the NFL Draft in 2013 (a total of 52 players). The 1.90 meter big and 113 kilogram heavy Collins ran so far 50 times as NFL professional, of which 41 times from the beginning. In his previous career, Collins recorded 280 tackles, 10.5 Sacks, five interceptions, 16 defending passes, ten forced fumbles, four Fumble Recoveries, a blocked field goal, and a blocked Extra Point.
Bill Belichick and the Patriots have been quite active thus far during the offseason. They’ve signed three free agents, acquired three more via trades and have been involved in more rumors as well.
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One of the latest reports indicates the Patriots would be the most likely landing spot for Darrelle Revis.
Almost a year to day from when he signed with the Patriots, cornerback Darrelle Revis is headed back to the Jets. This news came from his agent Neil Schwartz, who tweeted the news that his client agreed to terms with his original team.
Revis is coming off an embarrassingly-horrific season with the Jets in which he was reportedly out of shape and played as poorly as ever. New York cut him this offseason, but remains on the hook for $6 million in guaranteed money that, thanks to contract offset language, would be lessened by whatever deal Revis were to sign with a new team.
In the spring of 2013 Bill Belichick oversaw what he termed a “re-do” of the wide receiver position in New England.
Two years later, and with seemingly even higher stakes, Belichick appears to be doing the same with the cornerback position.
Darrelle Revis returned “home” to the Jets on the opening day of free agency, taking a guaranteed $39 million to join Gang Green’s as yet unfulfilled hopes of unseating New England atop the AFC East and winning a Super Bowl for the first time since the only Roman Numeral needed for the world’s biggest game was an “I.”
ESPN has reported all along that Darrelle Revis’ future likely would be with either the Patriots or Jets.
As free agency opened at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted that, “Sense out of New England is that Darrelle Revis is likely to be a Jet, per sources. NE still will make final push. Not over yet.”
Revis was expected to hit free agency when the Patriots reportedly chose not to pick up his bonus for this season that would have resulted in a 2015 cap charge in New England of $25 million.