Potential Practice Squad Breakouts

-by DNOMN8R314

(I previously posted this article on r/Patriots and on PatsPulpit. Now it gets a third home. I’ll be putting some notes in italics.)

The Patriots have a solid history of producing eventual starters through their practice squad, most notably on the offensive line (Ryan Wendell, Dan Connolly) but also at skill positions (BenJarvus Green-Ellis). With nine members of their 10-man practice squad signed to futures contracts, it appears the team has hope in the development of these players. But which have stronger chances of breaking out next season? Let’s examine.

(This was originally written when the announced Trevor Reilly return was uncertain, so I started with him. For obvious reasons I’ve cut that section and edited the intro to reflect that he has not re-signed. I gave him a Low chance.)

James Ferentz, C, No. 64: The other (not “other” anymore, see above) futures signing who has been in the league since 2014, Ferentz remained in New England on the scout team after being cut at the end of training camp and was one of two players named Patriot of the Year. (You’ll hear more about the other shortly.) For centers, Ferentz is on the smaller end of the size spectrum, listed at 6’2″ and 285 pounds, an inch shorter and 10 pounds lighter than David Andrews, who is widely considered an undersized center (but not by Bill Belichick). The “Patriot of the Year” citation mentions Ferentz’s improvement “on the field and in the weight room” over the course of the season, but other factors appear to oppose a 2018 breakout. First, the Patriots prefer their backup offensive linemen to play multiple positions, and Ferentz (like Andrews) is a pure center. Their 2017 backup center, Ted Karras, is principally a guard, and other backup linemen have been learning multiple positions. Furthermore, Ferentz is as mentioned entering his fifth year in the NFL, meaning it is unlikely he has much higher to improve.
Breakout chances: Low

Jason King, G, No. 72: One of those aforementioned backup offensive linemen, King spent last training camp with the Patriots, later joining the Ravens briefly before returning to New England in late November. The former Boilermaker was not a highly-heralded UDFA, but those can end up being surprise contributors (still remember you, Kenbrell Thompkins). At this point, with the starting interior offensive line still intact, King’s main competition in 2018 would be Karras and Cole Croston, so a roster spot is possible, but a rise to a starting position (especially in New England) seems unlikely.
Breakout chances: Low to Moderate

Will Tye, TE, No. 82: Current contender for The Pride Of Middletown, Conn., Tye had a solid first two years of his career with the Giants, catching a total of 94 passes for 897 yards and four touchdowns. With Dwayne Allen a probable cut and Martellus Bennett’s return unknown, Tye has a real chance at the #2 TE role next season, as only Rob Gronkowski (presuming he does not retire) and Jacob Hollister would be on the depth chart. Since that is the role he ascended to as a Giant, I do not know if that could be called a “breakout,” but with Tom Brady throwing him passes….
(Two side notes. First, I hope Tye changes his number to something in the 40s. I always thought his No. 45 was pretty cool when he was in New York, as that is an uncommon number worn by tight ends (although he would not be the first Patriots TE to do so; D.J. Williams wore 45 in 2013), and he initially wore No. 44 when signing with New England, changing to 82 for the brief return of Jonathan Freeny. Also, Tye’s first name is Wilhelm. How can you not root for a guy named Wilhelm?)
Breakout chances: Moderate to High

Cody Hollister, WR, No. 81: Jacob’s twin brother spent the entire season in New England, one of the final cuts immediately brought back on the practice squad. When Cody signed with New England, his special teams prowess at Arkansas was noted, and he indeed played regularly on the third unit in camp. But while Cody only caught two passes during the preseason, one went for 31 yards while the other was a touchdown catch in tight coverage. Cody faces an uphill battle on a long wide receiver depth chart, but I think Howard Longo’s scouting report says it best: “Hollister has the potential and the work ethic to be the next era’s Chris Hogan, but there is miles of work to cover before that happens.” (As you might be able to tell, I’m rooting for the Hollister twins. Fittingly, for baseball, I am a Twins fan.)
Breakout chances: Moderate

Riley McCarron, WR, No. 84: A month after New England preseason darling Austin Carr was released and subsequently claimed by New Orleans, the Patriots signed a slot receiver with “Carr” in the middle of his name (I hadn’t noticed this until I was writing this section) and gave him Carr’s old Foxboro number. But let us not compare 2017 rookie slot receivers; let’s go bolder with comparisons. McCarron spent that training camp with the Texans, where Bill O’Brien called him “the spitting image of [Wes] Welker.” The receiver from Iowa – a school from which Belichick regularly adds prospects, most recently Croston – has the agility measurables BB likes, but again has a difficult depth chart to climb. The main advantage McCarron has might be age: Danny Amendola (assuming he returns in free agency) and Julian Edelman will both be 32 this coming season, and Edelman is coming off an ACL tear, whose effects on elusiveness we saw in Dion Lewis in 2016. I wouldn’t bet on a breakout from McCarron but I wouldn’t count it out either.
Breakout chances: Low to Moderate

Ryan Lewis, CB, No. 27: The other Patriot of the Year recipient, Lewis is my top 2018 sleeper. New England signed him to the practice squad in mid-September and shortly afterwards [increased his pay] to entice him to remain in Foxboro instead of signing to the Bills’ roster. Lewis’ Pro Day numbers show both speed and agility, making him a prime developmental prospect. With Malcolm Butler almost certainly departing in free agency, the Patriots will probably add a cornerback or plural in the offseason, but right now the depth chart would feature Stephon Gilmore, Eric Rowe, and Jonathan Jones at the top, with the rest up for grabs. Lewis could be a player who rises particularly quickly.
Breakout chances: High

Jomal Wiltz, CB, No. 22: Wiltz’s second 2017 stint on the Patriots’ practice squad resulted in a 2018 futures contract. A UDFA out of Iowa State who spent training camp with the Eagles (sorry), Wiltz has a track background and the speed to show it, but is a much smaller cornerback, comparable to Jonathan and Cyrus Jones in size. He has the same depth chart battle as Lewis, and while I would rate his chances lower, he (or any one of these player) can always surprise me, and I’ll be just as pleased.
Breakout chances: Low

David Jones, FS, No. 26: I’ve already seen some of the New England fandom get hyped over Richmond quarterback Kyle Lauletta, and should he become a Patriot, he would be the second Spider to do so in two years. A ballhawking safety in college knocked down draft boards by injury, Jones’ 2017 camp was also slowed by injury, but he still spent the entire season on the practice squad. Behind New England stalwarts Devin McCourty and Duron Harmon at free safety, Jones could be developed as their heir, but if that is the case I think it will take more than one season. He was once a third-round prospect, but once a player has entered the Gillette Stadium locker room, past projections do not mean a thing.
Breakout chances: Low to Moderate (I originally gave him a flat Low, but I think I undersold him.)

Damarius Travis, SS, No. 39: I may be slightly biased given my flair (For non-Redditors, “flair” is an image or text you can have beside your name on a subreddit. On r/Patriots, my flair is No. 39), but Travis, the fourth player to spend all of 2017 on the practice squad, is another player who has a solid chance at a breakout. A pure strong safety, Travis had a very good preseason, culminating in an august finale against New York (multi-level pun!) where he recorded seven tackles plus a forced fumble and recovery. While starting strong safety Patrick Chung has thrived as an in-the-box player and in coverage of tight ends, a role current backup Jordan Richards has played with considerably poorer results, Travis’ success last summer came, as said earlier, as a safety playing in a more traditional safety position. This is not a role Belichick has often used since Chung’s return to the Patriots in 2014, often using both McCourty and Harmon as deep safeties, but another solid preseason , and Belichick may just have to bring that role back into his defense.
Breakout chances: Moderate to High

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A lot of fans still laboring the Butler issue. If they care to rewatch the game, there were bigger problems than Butler not playing: the line moving to a 2 gapping 3-4, LBs out of position (could be a ripple effect of the DL shift), Trey Flowers dropping into coverage instead of rushing the passer. Essentially the Pats defense played into the strength of the PHI zone-blocking scheme. If anything I wish some reporter had asked Belichick an X’s and O’s question on why they felt that the DL needed to play differently for the SB, especially considering that they… Read more »

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Total brain fart by BB

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Re Butler, has BB ever benched or traded a starter and the Pats won the following game? Trades need to occur within a week or so of a game, none of those early FA trades. The only one I could find was after Seymour was traded the Pats beat the Edwards led Bills by only 1 point, but needed a 15 pt 4th Q rally to do it. They lost the subsequent game to the Jets.

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Follow-up fun fact for Neil: the figure of the Heisman Trophy is modeled after Ed Smith, who played for NYU (where I went to undergrad) in 1934. NYU’s football program was terminated in 1953.

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Who would want to trade for Trevor Siemien??

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Ryan Grigson.

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Is he still with the Browns?

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I just got done watching “Bruins in 2” on NESN, showing last night’s game against the Oilers. Really good game. But it’s wrong, totally effing WRONG that a storied franchise like the Oilers has fluorescent orange unis. Don’t mess with Messier. Just don’t.

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Little known fact:

The first Heisman Trophy winner in 1935, was halfback Jay Berwanger from my undergrad alma mater, the University of Chicago. Now, to be technically accurate, Berwanger won the First Annual Downtown Athletic Club trophy in 1935, and the Downtown Athletic Club renamed it the “Heisman Trophy” in 1936. So details, details.

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After that, the University of Chicago please! 😀

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Also known as “Stateless U.”

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Sooo…..Alabama.

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Well, they did reject Judge Moore. Granted, by only about 17 votes…….

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I think Pats really need a infusion of young talent to the roster. I hope they trade down a couple times and grab as many picks as possible.

All positions on D are areas of need, OT is another one, QB, TE. Depending on the Dion, Rex Situation RB could be another need. (I’m a fan of letting both Lewis and Burkhead go if they want over 3-4M. Very deep RB class with good players, I say its time for Pats to draft a RB

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They need higher level talent with a one and a pair of twos, they need three impact players with those picks. All on defense, DL and LB. That offense put up 505 passing yards and over 600 yards of total offense in the SB, both records. Not worried about the O.

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I would use two on defense and one on a QB (if they deem somebody a good fit and potential star like Jimmy G.) If they don’t feel that way about anybody, don’t reach for one.

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what a save by De Gea

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I thought there would be more than 1 minute stoppage time. Sevilla were pressing for a goal there.

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I thought De Gea played a great game until I saw the highlights of Alisson. He made some amazing saves! Too bad the game winner was unsavable.

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I still don’t know much about the players going to the draft. I still have a lot of mock drafts to read, some videos to watch, some articles to read, etc…

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If Pats didn’t have so many gaps on D to fill, i would love them to try a trade to get Jarvis Landry

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And have to pay him 16.2 million- no thanks.

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nah, Pats would have to make a long term deal.

But like i said, Pats should focus to upgrade the defense and maybe the OL and TE

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LB is more important.

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DT, LB and CB

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Not after using a first for Cooks last year. Plus the Fins probably don’t want another Welker situation. Landry would be good in the Pats offense though.

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Hi Cali, how are you?

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Broke- wedding is about 3 weeks out.

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But sometimes happiness is something unvaluable. I’m sure you are happy for your daughter

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Haven’t seen Jim since the Super Bowl

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He’s in mourning.

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That mean he moved to Ca?

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Appetizer.

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So, in what round does BB draft a QB?

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He usually prefers players that don’t live in the tub.

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@NEPD_Loyko With Jimmy G. gone, JD Martinez immediately ascends into the top 5 best looking Boston athletes.
The expertise never ends

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My favorite is when he makes over-the-stop statements about sports he clearly doesn’t watch, e.g. “U.S. Jai Alai team embarrassing themselves right now. They need to take the cesta away from from Johnson and put in someone who can actually man the corners.”

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“Great hire for the USA Modern Pentathlon Federation”

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You should go for this! Though I wonder how somebody could have 10 hours in ant given afternoon.

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I am already working for PFF for the past 2 years haha 🙂

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anyone up?

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What the heck were the Phins thinking?!!! Such a terrible FT. They probably know Pat’s were waiting for Landry, but this is ridiculously amateurish

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anybody out there in pats land?

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Maybe

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EDM 1 BOS 0 after 1

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Dolphins place the Franchise Tag on Landry and their fans are happy.
Lol Dolfans…

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Debating whether or not to watch at least some of the USA-CZE hockey game later tonight.

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They ain’t all amateurs. Some college kids (one of which is tied for most goals in the tournament) and mostly pros who play in other hockey leagues

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Go talk to Bettman and the owners.

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Dolphins tagging Jarvis Landry—————————->

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But was he worth tagging?

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Not for 16.2 million.

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More than Cooks, Edelman, and Hogan combined next season

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One reason the Dolphins won’t be too competitive unless they hit gold in the draft and/or FA.

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Sunshine 🙂

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Gronk is not dependent on his acting career or wrestling appearances for money, it’s more of a lifestyle. He’s not planning to win an Oscar anytime soon. His mind may no longer be in the game, especially after a tough SB loss. I still doubt he retires this season, I think he stays around till 2019. Won’t renew his contract is what I’m thinking.

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Oscar or GTFO!!!!

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I could make a few more accounts and simulate some arguments if you’d like

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LOL. That would be hilarious, but time consuming for you haha

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Well, how do you know I haven’t been doing that already? It might just be me and you on here.

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Who wants to be Rico? 🙂

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A lot of regulars migrate south for off season and turn up when draft/training camp begins. Ides of February and all…

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Doug Martin cut
Looks like Tarzan. Plays like Jane.

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an injured Jane

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DNOM, I sent in an article I wrote last night

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I could see BB kicking the tires on Brian Cushing. He loves over the hill LBs who can’t run anymore.

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I don’t know why- he gets suspended for PED’s every other year- been happening since USC.

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That would be a hell no from me. Opposite type of LB they should be bringing in.

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I was joking!

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O, yeah duh! *hides face in embarrassment*. They were talking about him on the radio the other day so you can never be too sure

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although, BB did sign David Harris…

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I think BB may trade for a LB. May be with the Bengals for Vincent Rey. Just a guess.

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McCarron is interesting. Dola and Jules are both old, and we all know that ACLs take 2 years. We certainly could use some slot insurance for the upcoming season.

Also agree about Tye, Lewis, and Travis possibly having a shot.

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Thats where Jimmy Graham comes in. 🙂
I tend to think of Graham as a tight end sort of like nando was. Awesome slot receiver, not really known for blocking. I highly doubt Pats would make a move, but it’s the offseason. a guy can dream

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can’t block, too $$$$$. no thanks.

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I hope someone tells Gronk that the ceiling on his acting career is OJ in The Naked Gun, not The Rock or Terry Crews. Gronk is a character within the context of football, a football player who can be entertaining. The Rock was an entertainer who happened to be wrestling at the time. And actually, OJ was probably far more beloved back then than Gronk is now (as nuts as that is to recall), so even that ceiling might be a bit too high.

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Love Gronk but I think he is getting bad advice if he is seriously considering leaving (unless his body is really breaking down). He was in WWE last year and got virtually no reaction. He could make a decent pay day on a reduced schedule for like a year until the novelty wears off. His range as an actor is a goofy frat boy. Passing up the chance to be the undisputed goat TE for a short lived acting career doesn’t seem wise.

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Yeah if he wants to retire to preserve his health, I get that, and I’d advise him against the WWE where back problems are rampant.

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It’s a good thing we have Scott Chandler and Zach Sudfeld. Oh, whoops…

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horrible advice, actually. Although, if the rumors are true that he saved/invested all of his contract money, and lived off his endorsements, he can probably afford to just “act” for a year until the novelty wears off, and still be set financially for life.

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Bucs release Doug Martin——————–>

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he’s done

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Thanks for the article DNOM!
It’s obviously unlikely that any of these players make the 53, much less have an impact. But I think Andrew Jelks and Keionta Davis, who were on NFI and then IR, have a better shot than any of the practice squad members and are worth mentioning.

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