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Tagged: Jarrett Stidham (5 Results)

Around the NFL: Cam Newton

The Jarrett Stidham era was fun while it lasted. Sure, New England signed Cam Newton yesterday only to "come in and compete for the starting job." They can say whatever they want. If he's healthy, the former No. 1 overall pick will be in the lineup this year. The 2019 fourth-rounder will be on the bench.   more »



Patriots sign QB Newton to one-year deal

The New England Patriots made headlines on Sunday evening with the news that they signed free agent quarterback CAM NEWTON to a one-year deal. Newton was released by the Carolina Panthers,More where he spent the past nine seasons after being drafted with the first overall pick in 2011. Newton instantly becomes the most experienced quarterback on a roster that also includes JARRETT STIDHAM, BRIAN HOYER, J’MAR SMITH, and BRIAN LEWERKE. Less

Source: Boston Globe


Patriots WR Sanu out of walking boot, into rehab

New England Patriots wide receiver MOHAMED SANU had surgery in March for an ankle injury suffered in Week #9 that hampered him for the remainder of the season. Sanu is nowMore out of his walking boot and he has begun rehabbing. A return to health for Sanu will certainly help quarterback JARRETT STIDHAM as he attempts to fill the shoes of TOM BRADY. Less

Source: Team Blog


Patriots finally add quarterback

The New England Patriots were widely expected to select a quarterback at some point in the 2020 NFL Draft, but the picks came and went without such a selection. After theMore draft, New England did sign quarterback J’MAR SMITH as an undrafted free agent. Smith is a dual-threat quarterback from Louisiana Tech known for his accuracy. He also earned Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year honors. Smith will begin camp as the clear third quarterback on the depth chart behind JARRETT STIDHAM and BRIAN HOYER. Less

Source: New England Sports Network

Factoid: Patriots sans Brady

The Patriots are moving into the post-Brady era. Now what? Will they go after a big-name quarterback in the offseason?  more »


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