As the New England Patriots enter their final week of OTAs, these four players have either helped or hurt their stock.
The New England Patriots began their final week of organized team activities (OTAs) on Monday. Last week, the Patriots took part in three-day mandatory minicamp. On Tuesday, members of the media got their final look at the team until training camp starts next month.
Several players have stood out for New England this spring. Among the team’s standouts, second-year corner Jonathan Jones, 2016 team sack leader Trey Flowers, and undrafted free agent signee Kenny Moore.
Additionally, some players have struggled. Dropped passes and muffed punts won’t get you cut in OTAs, but they’ll need to be fixed before training camp.
Throughout the spring, players have both helped and hurt their stock. Whether it’s through contested catches or impressive pass breakups, a number of Patriots have already begun to separate themselves from their peers. Contrastingly, some will need to close the gap if they aim to make the final roster.
Without further ado, these are two Pats who have increased their stock this spring and two who have done the opposite.