Miami’s Denzel Perryman benched 27 reps at the NFL Scouting Combine. (NFL.com)
Linebacker remains a position to watch for.
The New England Patriots held a workout with Miami’s Denzel Perryman this week, according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport.
The 5-foot-11, 236-pound inside linebacker appeared in 34 career games for the Hurricanes, accumulating 243 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, three sacks, two interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, along with eight pass deflections and six forced fumbles.
The Patriots have held a workout with Oklahoma defensive back Julian Wilson. (ESPN.com)
The New England Patriots have worked out Oklahoma cornerback Julian Wilson, according to the National Football Post’s Aaron Wilson.
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound Sooner played in 48 collegiate games and started 26 dating back to his redshirt freshman season in 2011, when he served as a special-teamer and a reserve safety.
Wake Forest’s Kevin Johnson has an upcoming workout with the Patriots. (ESPN.com)
The New England Patriots will get a closer look at a likely top-25 pick.
Wake Forest cornerback Kevin Johnson has a workout scheduled with the Patriots, Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post and The Baltimore Sun reported Monday evening.
Tre’ Jackson had an interview with the Patriots at the combine. (NFL.com)
Bryan Stork could soon be in the company of a former teammate.
On NFL Network’s NFL AM program Monday, fellow Florida State interior lineman Tre’ Jackson shared that he has a pre-draft visit lined up with the New England Patriots on April 12.
Connecticut wideout Geremy Davis attended the combine in February. (NFL.com)
Connecticut receiver Geremy Davis worked out for New England Patriots coach Chad O’Shea on Friday, according to FOX Sports’ Ross Jones.
The Patriots were previously represented at the Huskies pro day last week, where the 6-foot-2, 216-pound Davis was one of the participants on hand.
Sealver Siliga officially signed his exclusive-rights tender. (NFL Game Rewind)
Before the start of the new league year on March 10, the New England Patriots tendered a contract to exclusive-rights free agent Sealver Siliga. The defensive tackle officially signed that contract on Thursday, according to the NFL transaction wire.
The terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
South Carolina’s Mike Davis previously met with the Patriots in February. (ESPN.com)
The New England Patriots had a meeting with Mike Davis at the combine. And now, the organization is scheduled to have a visit with the South Carolina running back, according to Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller and NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport.
Davis amassed 2,440 rushing yards on 454 carries and 755 receiving yards on 70 catches over three seasons with the Gamecocks.
Maryland’s Stefon Diggs is projected as an early third-day pick. (ESPN.com)
Bill Belichick has shown interest in Randy Edsall-coached players before.
Edsall coached guard Donald Thomas, and cornerbacks Darius Butler and Robert McClain during his tenure at UConn. And since he’s been at Maryland, defensive tackles A.J. Francis and Joe Vellano, as well as receiver Kevin Dorsey have also been rostered by the New England Patriots.
Perhaps there will be more to add to that list. The Patriots head coach, an Annapolis High graduate, was spotted at Byrd Stadium in College Park for the Terps pro day Thursday.
Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio was also in attendance, reportedly serving as quarterback for the workouts.
Central Florida corner Jacoby Glenn has worked out for New England. (NFL.com)
Central Florida cornerback Jacoby Glenn worked out for the New England Patriots and Houston Texans on Thursday, according Shannon Owens-Green of the Orlando Sentinel.
Glenn, projected as a fourth-round pick in the 2015 NFL draft later this month, declared after his redshirt sophomore season with the Knights.
In 2014, the 6-foot, 179-pound defensive back became first UCF player to be selected to an All-America team since running back Kevin Smith in 2007, and the first Knights defensive player to be on one since linebacker Bobby Spitulski in 1991.
The Patriots will reconvene for the start of offseason workouts April 20. (Oliver Thomas)
The New England Patriots will return to Gillette Stadium on April 20, when the voluntary offseason workout program officially gets underway.
The program, dispersed over nine weeks and three phases heading into Patriots mandatory veteran minicamp on June 16 through 18, starts lightly. But soon, it will be full speed ahead for reigning Super Bowl champions.