Only one team in the league doesn’t have a first-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
That same team was characteristically patient in the free agent market, resisting the temptation to overpay for a big name the way other organizations too often are willing to do.
Welcome to business as usual in New England, where all they do is win: 13 playoff appearances in the last 15 years, with four Super Bowl wins in six trips during that stretch. We may not hear much from the Patriots on Day One of the Draft (or then again . . . ). But New England will be busy during Day Two, with four picks in rounds two and three, and it already has made several significant moves to revamp its roster in preparation for the 2016 season.Add to My RFN