Director of player personnel Nick Caserio confirmed the Patriots are willing to listen to offers for backup quarterbacks Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallett.
The comments came during Caserio's pre-draft press conference when asked if the Patriots would try to turn one of their backup quarterbacks into future draft picks.
"If those calls come then we'll listen," said Caserio. "If it's something that we feel makes sense, then we'll consider it."
Michael Lombardi of the NFL Network recently joined Quickslants to share why he believes the Patriots should hold on to both of their backup quarterbacks.
Chris Mannix helps break down what the Boston Celtics could do with all the cap space this offseason in hopes that they can build a championship team to compete next season.
TORONTO -- Here are the Stars, Studs and Duds from the first half which ended with the Boston Celtics ahead 55-45 over the Toronto Raptors.
Playing without Kyle Lowry (right wrist), DeRozan made the most of what, not surprisingly, were a few more shot attempts. He led all scorers with 19 first-half points on 7-for-13 shooting.
The strong play by Thomas prior to the All-Star break, hasn't gone anywhere. He led the Celtics with 11 points in the first half on 3-for-7 shooting along with four assists.
Boston had problems throughout the first half keeping him off the boards as he tallied five points and a game-high six rebounds.
The rookie showed a heightened level of maturity at both ends of the floor, scoring 10 points on 4-for-6 shooting.
We all know he's not Kyle Lowry, but he has to do a better job of filling in for the All-Star than what we saw in the first half if the Raptors are to have any shot at rallying tonight. He was scoreless in 17 minutes, missing all three of his shots from the field.