A year ago, the Patriots spent a third-round draft pick on West Virginia offensive tackle Yodny Cajuste and hoped he could make an impact on the offensive line as a rookie. It didn’t work out that way, but the Patriots still have high hopes.
Cajuste spent his entire rookie year on injured reserve with a quadriceps injury, but a source tells Mike Reiss of ESPN that Cajuste is now “healthy and good to go.”
The Patriots also like the potential of sixth-round rookie tackle Justin Herron as well as Korey Cunningham, who barely played last year after arriving in a trade with the Cardinals. New England should have a good group of offensive tackles to protect quarterback Jarrett Stidham.
Patriots expect 2019 third-round pick Yodny Cajuste healthy and ready to go originally appeared on Pro Football Talk