Offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn will have a shot to fill a vacancy at left tackle after Nate Solder inked a deal with the Giants.

The Georgia product lined up at left guard for 12 games as a junior then moved to left tackle for 15 contests in 2017.

In all likelihood, Wynn’s versatility piqued the Patriots’ interest along with the need to protect quarterback Tom Brady’s blind side. It’s worth noting, New England waived 2017 third-rounder Antonio Garcia with a non-football injury designation. He sat out his rookie season with blood clots Cheap Bruins Jerseys in his lungs.

Still, Wynn isn’t a shoo-in to start on the left side. Brown, acquired from San Francisco, and LaAdrian Waddle will also have a shot.

Funchess stands at 6’4″, 225 pounds as a big-body target. Moore’s ability to rack up yards after the catch projects as a suitable complement to the fourth-year pass-catcher.

Smith and Wright could see just as many targets as Moore throughout the 2018 season, but the coaching staff will look to unlock the Maryland product’s upside for an immediate upgrade in the aerial attack. Quarterback Cam Newton will have a high-upside catch-and-run option at wide receiver on the field for Week 1. 

Still, that quarterback picked in the first round will eventually carry heavy expectations as the leader in the huddle at the most important position in the game. A proverbial redshirt year holding the clipboard serves as a learning period before the coaches hand him the keys to the offense.

Edge-rushers, offensive linemen and coveted first-rounders at other positions also face pressure, especially when teams trade up and surrender multiple picks to acquire them.

Before most teams start OTAs, let’s take a look at each first-round pick. Who steps on the field as a Day 1 starter? Which rookies Cheap Authentic Baseball Jerseys have to wait their turn behind a veteran?

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Reggie Wayne picks a QB other than Luck or Manning as hardest passer

Congratulations are in order for Curtis Painter. On Tuesday, Reggie Wayne gave him an unofficial award that pertains to playing quarterback.

When Wayne was asked about who threw the hardest passes, he didn't name Andrew Luck or Peyton Manning (before his arm stopped functioning like a normal arm last year). He also didn't name Tom Brady, who threw to Wayne this past summer during Patriots training camp. Instead, Wayne chose Curtis Painter.

It's 2016, and we're talking about Curtis Painter.

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