It’s a harsh reality, but with Tom Brady set to start the 2014 regular season at 37, history shows that his championship window is closing faster and faster.
Eventually, the Patriots will need to address the end of the Tom Brady era and transition into another. Whether they do that via the draft or free agency is something up for debate, but we may be getting a glimpse of the route the Patriots will take as they host quarterback prospects Teddy Bridgewater and Johnny Manziel today in Foxboro.
With the 29th overall pick it’s unlikely the Patriots could sit tight and hope to land one of those top two guys, but whether for scouting purposes or planning in the event of a “trade up” scenario, it’s clear Bill Belichick is doing his homework by hosting the prospects for a visit.
“You have to look at the player himself. Bridgewater is in today. Manziel is in today "
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