The Pats arrived in Tampa Tuesday night, and took the practice field at 9 a.m. Wednesday morning. This is New England’s second joint-practice venture of the preseason, also sharing the practice field with the New Orleans Saints in Foxboro prior to their two weeks ago.
Much like their time with the Saints, head coach Bill Belchick is looking forward to another learning process for his team.
“This is really good for us because we just played Monday night, we went through the film yesterday on our game with Philadelphia, so we don’t really have much of a scouting report. We haven’t watched any film on Tampa, we just know some of the basics and we’re going to have to figure it out as we go,” Belichick told the media early Wednesday morning.
“That’s good "
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