Will your favorite undrafted free agent make the New England Patriots’ roster? Is your favorite veteran getting cut? Find out below.
As June comes to an end we turn our calendars to July — the final month without football. Training camp schedules are in the making, players are enjoying their vacations, and fans are left prognosticating the fate of their favorite team.
With the first stage of the New England Patriots’ offseason workouts well in the past, we are left with an initial impression of where the team stands.Players who have impressed project better odds at earning a roster spot whereas those who have struggled face the opposite.
Does this mean Jimmy Garoppolo — who threw two interceptions in minicamp — won’t make the team? No.
In football, you won’t win or lose a game in the first quarter. The same philosophy goes for OTAs and minicamp. Your roster status is not decided by the flashy — or not so flashy — plays you make in June.
Based on the observations made and information gathered from May and June’s practices, a much more educated guess can be made regarding the future of New England’s 53-man roster.
With a new month comes new predictions. This is July’s Patriots’ 53-man roster projection.