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PFT Live: Les Snead, Patriots talk with Tom Curran

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The Rams were one of the big stories on the first night of the draft by adding two first-rounders to their roster and they were a big story at the end of the draft as well because they drafted Michael Sam.

General Manager Les Snead will join Mike Florio on Monday’s PFT Live to discuss how everything went down for the Rams over the seven rounds. They’ll talk about what made tackle Greg Robinson and defensive tackle Aaron Donald the choices at the top of the draft and discuss the team’s plans for Sam, whose selection resonated far beyond that of any seventh-round pick in memory.

Tom Curran of CSN New England will also be on hand to recap everything the Patriots did over the weekend. We’ll also talk what they didn’t do, namely trade Ryan Mallett. Despite some reported interest in doing so as the draft got underway, the Pats held onto Mallett and drafted Jimmy Garoppolo in the second round so we’ll see what’s in store at quarterback in New England.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live right here.

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2 Responses to “PFT Live: Les Snead, Patriots talk with Tom Curran”
  1. cliverush says: May 12, 2014 11:44 AM

    It is all about the competition in camp. The more players around to challenge your position on the team, the harder you should work to retain it. What is the big mystery?

  2. 6ball says: May 12, 2014 11:58 AM

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    A far more interesting story line than Michael Sam, is just how competitive the NFC West has become. On first glance, each club seemed to have successful drafts and improved positions of need.

    You don’t want to be in the AFC division that plays their inter conference schedule against them. It would be very easy for good teams to go 0-4 vs the NFC West.

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