Florida State guard Tre Jackson at No. 111 completely offsets the on-paper "reach" that Stanford safety Jordan Richards was at 64.
The Patriots' picks demonstrate that sideline Belichick is in hibernation and classroom Belichick is in session.
The Patriots selected Arkansas defensive end Trey Flowers with their first pick of Day 3.
1wThe Patriots trip to the White House will be a chance for the team to celebrate its Super Bowl XLIX victory one last time. Then it's on to 2015.
1wArizona State wideout Jaelen Strong has some skills the Patriots need, but they're more likely to look for a slot-type receiver.
1wMembers of the media -- us included -- tend to make a big deal of out workout numbers posted at pro days, but Nick Caserio says the numbers are far from the most valuable part of the process.
1wCSNNE.com's Patriots Insider Tom E. Curran joins SNC to discuss the odds that the Patriots move up in the draft.
1wNick Caserio doesn't speak to the media all that often so when he met with reporters on Wednesday to talk about the draft, it also gave the director of player personnel a chance to touch on the extension he signed late last year that will keep him in New England through...
1wHow much do the Patriots worry about who’s already on the team when deciding who to bring aboard? Not much.
1wPatriots personnel man Nick Caserio knows it bothers people on the outside when the Patriots trade down - but he doesn't care.