Entering his 10th season in the NFL, Lloyd has consistently termed his relationship with quarterback Tom Brady and integration into the Patriots offensive system as “a work in progress.”
“We’ve made good progress,” Lloyd said Monday afternoon following the Patriots 12th Training Camp session.
Lloyd dropped a pass during Monday’s practice session, something that has not happened too often. Lloyd never likes to let one slip through his hands, hauling in 147 catches and 16 touchdowns over the past two seasons.
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Every time the ball is in the air and heading in his direction, the 31-year-old is confident he’ll be the one coming down with the rock.
“I take pride in that I feel like every ball is catchable,” he said.
Even at 6-0, Lloyd is actually among the taller of Patriots wide receivers (Jabar Gaffney stands tallest at 6-2) "
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