Report: Patriots have Kevin Dorsey in for a workout

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The Patriots have reportedly taken a look at a recent Packers draft pick.

New England put wide receiver Kevin Dorsey through a workout on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of National Football Post reported.

The 25-year-old Dorsey was a seventh-round selection of Green Bay in 2013. He appeared in three games for the Packers this season, catching one pass for four yards. Dorsey finished both seasons with Green Bay on injured reserve, with a toe injury ending his ’13 campaign and a foot injury ending his ’14 season prematurely.

Dorsey (6-1, 207) played collegiately at Maryland, catching 81 passes for 1,088 yards and nine touchdowns.

38 responses to “Report: Patriots have Kevin Dorsey in for a workout

  1. Hard to know how good he could be, he couldn’t seem to shake the injury bug. I think it is nice though that our castoffd are good enough to try out for championship teams.

  2. Patriot fans believe in UFOs, ghosts, big foot, and thinks the patriots super bowls have nothing to do with the tuck rule, spygate, and other cheating that hasn’t came to surface yet.

  3. Quit the talk patriot fans. Truth is you’re in a trash division, where you constantly win with a first round bye due to a weak schedule. Yawn.
    Joe Montana is the best of all time for facing quality opponents and winning without tapes.

  4. “sounds like some MIGHTY PATS receiver may be on the salary cap block to be cut…who earned the most this past year?”

    Amendola is the one most likely to be replaced. Believe he’s due something like 5 mil in the coming season. I will say that the 2nd half of the season and playoffs he came on strong though and made some great plays.

    “Quit the talk patriot fans. Truth is you’re in a trash division, where you constantly win with a first round bye due to a weak schedule. Yawn.”

    Pats record vs the AFCE = .750
    Pats record vs rest of the NFL = .740

    Same tired trash from a Pats hater. Thanks for playing please feel free to try again.

  5. I don’t know how the officials enforcing a rule that existed equates to the Patriots cheating, but, you’re entitled to live in your fantasy world if it makes you feel good.

    Patriots still had to score in order to tie the game, which included needing to get into field goal range. Vinatieri kicked a 45 yard field goal into the wind and snow to tie it. Raiders got ball back with 27 seconds and chose to take a knee and take their chances in OT. Pats won coin toss, moved down the field and kicked another field goal to win.

    Then they had to go to Pittsburgh and win for the chance to beat the Rams in the SB.

  6. Bill Belichick can take other teams’ garbage and turn them into good players because he has the greatest QB that the game has ever seen and he is the best coach that the game has ever seen (yes, that includes Lombardi).
    I hear that Peyton Manning and his fluttering ducks are coming back for another season. Tom Brady now has 4 Super Bowl rings and another is on the way.
    Just kiss the rings…

  7. Ladies and gentlemen, your Super bowl XLIX Champions, The New England Patriots. That’s all I’ve got.

  8. jchipwood says: Feb 24, 2015 9:42 PM

    Patriot fans believe in UFOs, ghosts, big foot, and thinks the patriots super bowls have nothing to do with the tuck rule, spygate, and other cheating that hasn’t came to surface yet

    XLIX-()-XLIX-()-XLIX-()-XLIX-()-XLIX-()-XLIX

    i am a major patriots fan and i don’t believe in any those things. however, i do believe in the ALMIGHTY…

    …the ALMIGHTY PATS!

  9. I, you, and the world watched them win all of those Super Bowls, they are recorded historically, and all the trophies and rings are in place.

    You keep “making pretend” ALL you like…

  10. Poor poor Patriots haters.

    The World Champions really inflicted a lot of mental pain on you didn’t they!

    #yestheydid
    #urnothing
    #urteamisnothing
    #kissthering

  11. 28-24.

    What happened Patriot haters? It wasn’t supposed to be this way.

    I bet you’re seething right now. Your rage is consuming you. The emotional roller coaster which fell off the track at the end of the Super Bowl is driving you nuts. You can’t stop being angry about it. Your hands are shaking right now that’s how livid you are.

    Now let that rage come right out! Post something angry for us! 🙂

  12. paulrevereshorse1775 says:
    Feb 24, 2015 10:23 PM
    I don’t know how the officials enforcing a rule that existed equates to the Patriots cheating, but, you’re entitled to live in your fantasy world if it makes you feel good.

    Patriots still had to score in order to tie the game, which included needing to get into field goal range. Vinatieri kicked a 45 yard field goal into the wind and snow to tie it. Raiders got ball back with 27 seconds and chose to take a knee and take their chances in OT. Pats won coin toss, moved down the field and kicked another field goal to win.

    Then they had to go to Pittsburgh and win for the chance to beat the Rams in the SB.
    ——————-
    Paul, thank you for these details – I cant wait for the next installment of Patriot lore – keep it up

  13. eyeandfootballofhorus says:
    Feb 24, 2015 11:09 PM
    don shula:

    the father of modern cheating

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    And Shula has the temerity to smear the great Bill Belichick.
    Old Don needs to show some respect and kiss the rings, too.

  14. Chippy didn’t come out from under his bed for 2 weeks when the Pats won the SB…he’s a faux Dolphin fan, but doesn’t know who the coach is, nor who the players are.

  15. They must be trying to get some insider information that helps them figure out how to beat the Packers.

  16. Belichick’s ability to take other teams cast offs and get production from them reminds me of a quote I think Bum Phillips made regarding Don Shula. Paraphrasing, Bum said, “he can take his and beat yours, then he can take yours and beat his.”

  17. hard to imagine improving the team, but obviously wheels are turning at 1 patriot place. not an expert by any means, but with TB’s knack of doing more with less, maybe transferring some of those salary $ to the defensive side would truly make it a fearsome unit…i like it when they utterly beatdown the opposing team. it gives me a warm feeling.

  18. jchipwood says:Feb 24, 2015 9:42 PM

    Patriot fans believe in UFOs, ghosts, big foot, and thinks the patriots super bowls have nothing to do with the tuck rule, spygate, and other cheating that hasn’t came to surface yet.

    —–

    Non-Patriot fans also believe in UFOs, ghosts and big foot (probably more of those than Patriot fan believers, simply by numbers). They also think the Pats SB rings somehow have something to do with one single play in a playoff game, a video tape from 3 years after their 3rd ring and just straight up making stuff up.

    I personally don’t believe in UFOs, ghosts or bigfoot. And I also don’t believe in bizarro world where a single play determines the course of a season, a video tape from the sidelines 3 years after the fact somehow went back in time and changed history, and straight up fantasies about something that actually hasn’t happened.

    Soooo, yea, who’s the crazier one here again?

  19. Please. Lets get this clear:

    The Patriots brain trust are masters of finding castoffs from other teams and resurrecting their careers in NE.

    That said, even though it was a heads up play by the NE DB; Pete Carroll’s horrendous play call to throw at the goal line is the only reason New England gets Super Bowl rings this year.

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