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(2:00:37 audio)LOCAL LINKSAndrew Callahan (MassLive) wonders who the next Patriots rookie free agent to make the team could be.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) details which Patriots veterans could be in danger of losing a roster spot after the draft.Adam Myers (Full Press Patriots) shares his 2019 Patriots roster projection.Ryan Hannable (WEEI) thinks that seventh-round pick Ken Webster could be a steal for New England.Tyler Sullivan (247 Patriots) believes that Kyle Rudolph would cap off the Patriots’ offseason.Zack Cox (NESN) reports that Patriots center David Andrews hopes to continue adding to his success story.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) analyzes how Jarrett Stidham fits into New England’s offense.Henry McKenna (Patriots Wire) lists eleven free agents the Patriots should still be interested in.Zack Cox (NESN) breaks down the field of Patriots rookie Joejuan Williams and explains what fans can expect of him.Ryan Hannable (WEEI) shares the terrific backstory of new Patriot Hjalte Froholdt.Nick Goss (NBC Boston) shared Ty Law’s reaction to seeing his Hall of Fame bust.Karen Guregian (Boston Herald) thinks that the Patriots and Chase Winovich sound like a match made in heaven.Dakota Randall (NESN) explains why Martellus Bennett won’t come out of retirement.Adam London (NESN) shares a clip that will make Patriots fans love Chase Winovich even more.Evan Lazar (CLNS Media) shares quotes from N’Keal Harry’s former college coach.Ryan Hannable (WEEI) tries to justify the Patriots’ third-round pick of running back Damien Harris.Nick O’Malley (MassLive) thinks that Hjalte Froholdt joins Michael Hoomanawanui in the Patriots’ Hall of Fame of names.Ben Volin (Boston Globe) posts his way-too-early roster projection for the Patriots.NATIONAL NEWSDan Kadar (SB Nation) lists one A+ move made by every team in the draft.Mike Freeman (Bleacher Report) ranks the draft’s quarterback by how likely they are to succeed in the NFL.Dan Parr (NFL.com) grades the AFC East’s draft haul.Steve Wyche and Terrell Davis (NFL Network) discuss if Patriots wide receivers will receive more deep passes this year. (1:48 video)Gregg Rosenthal (NFL.com) lists eight veterans in danger of losing their roster spots to rookies.Doug Farrar (Touchdown Wire) lists the best player-scheme fits in the draft.Charles McDonald and Christian D’Andrea (SB Nation) name eight undrafted free agents who can stick with their new team.Alex Scarborough and Kevin Seifert (ESPN) share five quarterbacks to know one year ahead of the 2020 draft.Michael Renner (Pro Football Focus) names his steals of the draft. /the Patriots’ chase of him was successfulConor Orr (Sports Illustrated) wonders who will win offensive rookie of the year.Judy Battista and Mike Giardi (NFL Network) debate whether or not Jarrett Stidham can be New England’s quarterback of the future. (2:50 video)Michael C. (Touchdown Wire) thinks that the Patriots are acting as if they don’t have a need at tight end.Maurice Moton (Bleacher Report) posts the latest win-loss projections for each team.Marcus Mosher (Bleacher Report) lists day two draft picks that could become stars in year one.Judy Battista, Steve Wyche and Mike Giardi (NFL Network) talk about the Patriots’ tight end position moving forward. New England and Tennessee will join forces this week." NFL training campPatriots AnalysisPatriots Training Camp CoverageWhat to watch for during the Patriots’ joint practices with the TitansNew,4commentsRelated: Setting the schedule for this week’s joint practices between the Patriots and TitansEDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:What to watch for during the Patriots’ joint practices with the TitansTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty ImagesLater today Irving Fryar Jerseys 2019 , the New England Patriots and the Tennessee Titans will hit the practice fields together for the first of two joint training camp practices this week. The pair of workouts will give both teams a chance to compete against players from the outside and also be a reunion of sorts considering that numerous former members of the Patriots organization currently work in Nashville. With that in mind, let’s take a look at what to watch for as the two clubs kick off the week.Will Isaiah Wynn’s workload continue to grow?After starting camp as a limited participant, the Patriots increased left tackle Isaiah Wynn’s workload on Monday and for the first time since his Achilles injury last August had him perform in a competitive environment. While it was only one practice, it was a positive development for the 23-year-old and a good sign for his long-term outlook. The question heading into this week is whether or not New England feels confident in having Wynn go up against another team as well.Will the Brady-Meyers connection continue to evolve?Jakobi Meyers is the biggest surprise of the Patriots’ training camp so far, as his performance allowed him to go from undrafted roster bubble player to regular member of the starting offense. Going against a stout Titans defense this week White James White Jerseys , Meyers will get another chance to prove his value to New England — and to work on his chemistry with Tom Brady. If the rookie continues to find success and be on the same page as his quarterback, Brady’s trust in him will only increase. The same goes for his chances of making the team.Can the preseason standouts build on their previous performances?Meyers is one of the players to stand out during last week’s 31-3 demolition of the Detroit Lions. Fellow rookies Jarrett Stidham, Chase Winovich and Hjalte Froholdt also looked good, as did wide receiver Braxton Berrios and offensive tackle Dan Skipper — the latter two still fighting for roster spots. This week’s practices and subsequent preseason game present more opportunities for youngsters and veterans alike to keep improving against unfamiliar opposition, and potentially set themselves up well in the camp competitions. Speaking of which...Who can set himself apart in the training camp battles?Before training camp James White Jerseys 2019 , we identified the ten most intriguing training camp battles as follows:While the recent developments give us a sense of who might be ahead in the battles for roster spots, things can turn around fast at this point in the process. It would therefore not be a surprise to see some unexpected players emerge while others take a step back. Needless to say that the camp competitions are far from over, and how players respond to another change of environment might become a deciding factor in determining who emerges victoriously and makes the Patriots’ deep 53-man roster.Will there be any new injuries?So far, the Patriots have been comparatively fortunate when it comes to injuries. While wide receiver N’Keal Harry and tight end Matt LaCosse are nursing some minor issues, and both Wynn and Patrick Chung are brought along slowly White Dont’a Hightower Jersey , only one player — undrafted rookie cornerback D’Angelo Ross — actually saw his season come toa premature end. With the NFL season basically being a war of attrition, a team’s health situation is always worth keeping a close eye on.