FOXBOROUGH, Mass. You might expect a guy like Cam Newton, who's played in a Super Bowl and was once named the NFL's Most Valuable Player, to be irked by his team's drafting of another quarterback in the first round, as the Patriots did with Mac Jones this past April. Newton, though, isn't your typical QB, in many respects.
The Patriots boast one of the NFL’s top cornerback duos in Gilmore and J.C. Jackson — plus a rock-solid slot in Jonathan Jones — but their outside corner depth gets murky if one of their starters is unavailable. With veteran Jason McCourty now in Miami, versatile newcomer Jalen Mills has been the top option in Gilmore’s usual spot this week.
ESPN ranks Anthony Harris as 18th biggest upgrade of the offseason