Daniels On The Adam Jones Show: Expect Easley To Start Week 1 For Patriots

May 21, 2014 3:23 PM
Daniels On The Adam Jones Show: Expect Easley To Start Week 1 For Patriots
" BOSTON (CBS) -   To the shock of many, the Patriots drafted Florida Gators defensive lineman Dominique Easley in the first round with the 29th pick overall.

Considered by many to be a top 15, or even top 10 talent, Easley slipped because of ACL injuries to both of his knees during his time in Gainesville. The 6-2 Easley is currently recovering from a torn ACL he suffered at the beginning of his senior year, and is expected to make a full recovery after meeting with and getting the green light from the New England medical staff.

When asked about a target date during his introductory press conference, Easley responded, “as soon as possible.”

Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The Adam Jones Show Tuesday night to discuss the readiness of Easley, the Patriots offseason and much more.

For Daniels’ money, the depth at defensive line will make it easy for the Patriots to take their time with Easley "

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