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Patriots Trade Third-Rounder to Titans

The Patriots traded their 89th overall pick (a third-round selection) to the Tennesee Titans for their 2010 second round pick. By my count, they now have three 2010 second-round picks.

The Patriots have a tremendous amount of depth and have already drafted five players in the first three rounds, so it would appear that they’re now preparing to stockpile for next year’s draft, which is a good move for the future.

Call me crazy, but I don’t think Bill Belichick is done wheeling and dealing.

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2 comments for “Patriots Trade Third-Rounder to Titans”

  1. Patriots Trade Third-Rounder to Titans: The Patriots traded their 89th overall pick (a third-round selection) to.. http://tinyurl.com/c3gas6

    Posted by Sports of Boston | April 26, 2009, 1:44 pm
  2. This is a very smart move. The second and third round is laden with good talented players at about 3-4 for 1 top 10-15 player. You’ll get some busts, but could hit big as well. Most of these guys will be 10 year solid NFL players. This is why the Patriots have been good for a decade now.

    Posted by Mike | April 26, 2009, 3:31 pm

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