Patriots' offseason report
Mission accomplished: A cast of cornerbacks mired in mediocrity since Asante Samuel chased the big dollars to Philadelphia received a welcome boost with the additions of Shawn Springs and Leigh Bodden. Given Bill Belichick's track record in coaxing the best out of veteran newcomers anta-Cain needs to spar, it's fair to assume that the pair will pay immediate dividends on the back end. Both are slated for starting duty. Determined to keep Tom Brady's offensive arsenal fully stocked Cheap Tresor Paris Necklaces, the team added proven commodities at wide receiver (Joey Galloway and Greg Lewis), running back (Fred Taylor) and tight end (Alex Smith and Chris Baker). All are legitimate candidates to contend for starting jobs.
Unfinished business: Losing out to Miami in the Jason Taylor sweepstakes and the decision not to pursue any other big-ticket outside linebacker leave career reserve Pierre Woods as the top option to man the OLB post opposite Adalius Thomas, who will be 32 by Week One. Considering the Pats' struggles pressuring the quarterback last season Tresor Paris Bracelets, it may be necessary to dip deep into the defensive playbook for ways to collapse the pocket. As sacrilegious as it may be to suggest Fake Tresor Paris Bracelet Patriots make third trade; get Raiders' '1, there's at least some concern regarding Brady. Not only has he directed all of two drives since Super Bowl XLII, but his trademark passion and work ethic have been questioned after he chose family over football the past two offseasons.