Again."WhitePatriots News Opinion and Analysis Contribute! FanPostsFanShotsAbout the Site List of Patriots Twitter AccountsWrite For Pats Pulpit!New User Welcome and Commenting GuideCommunity GuidelinesMastheadTopics Patriots Off-Season CoveragePatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots NewsPatriots Draft CoverageSportfolio ManagementNFL DraftPatriots NewsPatriots Opinion/AnalysisNFL draft 2019: Patriots trade 73rd pick to the Bears for 87th White Irving Fryar Jerseys , 162nd and 2020 fourth-round pickNew,12commentsNew England has moved down the board. Again.EDTShareTweetShareShareNFL draft 2019: Patriots trade 73rd pick to the Bears for 87th Irving Fryar Jerseys 2019 , 162nd and 2020 fourth-round pickQuinn Harris-USA TODAY SportsThe New England Patriots started day two by moving up the board to pick defensive back JoeJuan Williams. Since then, it’s been down for the team twice. After trading the 64th pick to the Seattle Seahawks White James White Jerseys , the Patriots have made another trade-down. This time, the Chicago Bears are involved in the transaction:Patriots get: #87 + #162 + 2020 fourth rounderBears get: #73 + #205Quick-hit analysis: The Patriots add two additional draft picks due to their trade down James White Jerseys 2019 , and for the first time added another choice for next year. New England now also owns a selection in the fifth round after originally trading their own fifth-rounder to the Philadelphia Eagles for Michael Bennett. Daily news and links for Thursday."WhitePatriots News Opinion and Analysis Contribute! FanPostsFanShotsAbout the Site List of Patriots Twitter AccountsWrite For Pats Pulpit!New User Welcome and Commenting GuideCommunity GuidelinesMastheadTopics Patriots Off-Season CoveragePatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots NewsPatriots Draft CoverageSportfolio ManagementPatriots NewsNew England Patriots LinksNew England Patriots links 3/28/19 - Mayo is back on the Patriots’ plateNew,35commentsDaily news and links for Thursday.EDTShareTweetShareShareNew England Patriots links 3/28/19 - Mayo is back on the Patriots’ plateTEAM TALKPaul Perillo writes about Jerod Mayo joining the Patriots coaching staff.Andy Hart and Don Banks recap the NFL’s owners meetings in Arizona. (2:30 video)Living Life Gronk (2:31 video)Thank you White Dont’a Hightower Jersey , Gronk! (4:45 video) /anybody cutting onions is here?LOCAL LINKSBen Volin (Boston Globe) wonders if the NFL’s new pass interference rule really is about getting it right.Mike D’Abate (Full Press Patriots) thinks that Rob Gronkowski doing his job is what truly makes him a legend.Tom E. Curran (NBC Boston) breaks the news that Jerod Mayo will join the Patriots’ coaching staff.Andrew Callahan (MassLive) writes about Bill Belichick’s unifying role during NFL meetings.Evan Lazar (CLNS Media) breaks down the top Z-receivers potentially on New England’s draft radar.Ryan Hannable (WEEI) thinks that Bill Belichick is showing great trust in Jerod Mayo.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) reveals his post-free agency power rankings.Marcus Kwesi O’Mard (NESN) reports that the Patriots remain interested in Allen Bailey.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) notes that New England is starting to fill out its coaching staff.Chad Finn (Boston Globe) asks what comes next for Rob Gronkowski.Dakota Randall (NESN) notes that the Patriots have apparently pursued every possible wide receiver.Henry McKenna (Patriots Wire) compiles the reactions to Jerod Mayo’s return to the Patriots drew from some of his former teammates.Tyler Sullivan (247 Patriots) points out that Tom Brady might skip voluntary workouts again this year.Andrew Callahan (MassLive) shares his thoughts on another report that the Patriots are interested in Josh Rosen.Marcus Kwesi O’Mard (NESN) writes about Tom Brady inspiring English soccer star Harry Kane.Logan Mullen (NESN) shares Aqib Talib’s message to Jerod Mayo.Mark Daniels (Providence Journal) captured all the emotions Rob Gronkowski’s retirement created at the NFL’s owners meetings.Lars Aldridge (CLNS Media) thinks that Antonio Brown to the Patriots was a real possibility.NATIONAL NEWSGeoff Schwartz (SB Nation) thinks that the new pass interference rule is a win for everybody.Ian Wharton (Bleacher Report) lists one mistake each team has to avoid in the draft.Kalyn Kahler (Sports Illustrated) shares her eighth mock draft. /Patriots pick a tight endKyle Crabbs (The Draft Network) ranks the top-10 interior defensive linemen in this year’s draft.Bill Barnwell (ESPN) asks how much superstar players are really worth in his ‘lessons from free agency.’Matthew Stevens (Touchdown Wire) lists six teams that should trade back in the draft.Adam Schein (NFL.com) takes a look at what he thinks are the 16 best teams in the NFL at the moment.Cam Mellor (Pro Football Focus) names five boom-or-bust draft prospects.Conor Orr (Sports Illustrated) ranks every NFL team by its quarterback situation.Christian D’Andrea (SB Nation) re-drafts the 2018 draft and has the Patriots come away with one different player.Brad Gagnon (Bleacher Report) lists trades that need to happen now that free agency is slowing down. /New England should trade Devin McCourty?!Christian D’Andrea (SB Nation) breaks down the recent folding rumors surrounding the AAF.Terez Paylor (Yahoo! Sports) thinks the Browns compare to the ‘90s Cowboys.Dan Benton (Touchdown Wire) writes about seven trades he wants to see happening before the draft. /Patriots trade for a tight endEXTRACURRICULARTom Keegan (Boston Herald) thinks that some good can come out of the Robert Kraft story.Adam Wells (Bleacher Report) writes that the NFL is not expected to discipline Tyreek Hill until an official investigation by the authorities is over.