The New England Patriots had several goals in the offseason.
They met their goal of upgrading their secondary by adding perhaps the league’s best cornerback, Darrelle Revis, and another excellent cornerback in Brandon Browner.
They re-signed wide receiver Julian Edelman and brought in Brandon LaFell.
The Patriots still need to upgrade at wide receiver, along the defensive line and up front on the offensive line. They will likely use the draft to do so.
According to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net, the Patriots worked out two Boise State Broncos’ offensive line, Charles Leno and Matt Paradis, on Wednesday.
Was told the workout for the New England Patriots at Boise State yesterday was both Charles Leno and center Matt Paradis
— Tony Pauline (@TonyPauline) April 10, 2014
The 6’4, 303-pound Leno is a tackle and the more highly touted of the two Broncos. Paradis is a 6’3, 306-pound center.
The Patriots have the 29th, 62nd, 93rd, 133rd, 140th, 198th, 206th and 244th picks in the draft.