|Offense||6th||87.8 (30th)||286.7 (5th)|
|Defense||9th||98.8 (8th)||240.7 (16th)|
Powell has reportedly signed with the
The Patriots have had some luck in the past with undrafted free agents at the running back position they've signed (BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Brandon Bolden), but the 5-foot-10, 205-pound Powell probably needs a break or two in his favor to make a run at a roster spot with the team heading into the 2016 season.
Foster has signed with the New England Patriots , NESN.com reports.
Foster, who played running back over his first three seasons at Arizona State before moving to wideout, offers the sort of versatility that the Patriots covet. While securing a roster spot with the team figures to be a challenge for the 5-foot-10, 193-pounder, a number of undrafted free agents have fared well for New England over the years, and a strong training camp/preseason could put Foster on a similar path.
The New England Patriots selected Lucien in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 225th overall.
Lucien only had one productive year in college, but he was so good in his one season at Arizona State that he raised some confusion on why he didn't play much in the three prior years at UCLA. Lucien in any case fully capitalized on his new opportunity, finishing the year with 66 catches for 1,074 yards and eight touchdowns. He broke the 4.5 threshold in the 40 at his pro day workout.
The New England Patriots selected Karras in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 221st overall.
New England has been intent on replenishing its interior depth on the offensive line in this draft after Denver landed 20 quarterback hits on Tom Brady in the AFC Championship. The Patriots added guard Joe Thuney out of North Carolina State and they went back to the well in the sixth round by scooping Karras out of Illinois. The 6-3, 307-pounder started all four years at right guard in Champaign. He'll likely be a depth option early in his career, but New England has a history of finding value along the offensive line late in drafts.
The New England Patriots selected Roberts in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 214th overall.
Roberts wasn't a big name heading into the draft, but he was extremely productive for a good Houston defense in 2015. He finished his 14-game season with 142 tackles (19 for a loss) and six sacks. He also showed very good athleticism at the Houston pro day, running a 4.60 40 and posting a 120-inch broad jump.
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