Despite the departure of Tom Brady, the Patriots of New England have not recovered from quarter-to-back this weekend.
Having signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brady has left a hole in the group-quarters of the Patriots. With the 23rd selection in the draft, the club would have been able to bail them out Jordan Love, but he preferred to exchange this choice to the Chargers of Los Angeles.
“If we feel that we find the right situation, we’ll definitely fish out of the quarter-back, said head coach Bill Belichick to the network, ESPN, Saturday evening. We have drafted several years, at several moments in the repechage. It has not worked these last three days. This was not intended. We just tried to do our best with what we had.”
Thus, the Patriots will begin the next season with Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer at the position. 23 years old, Stidham has assisted Brady in 2019, while Hoyer has agreed to a pact with the team in the month of march. There will be a third stay with the training.
“Jared has had a good season last year, it was conceded Belichick. It has improved a lot. We’ll see where it will lead.”
In addition, the driver of Patriots indicated that there were ongoing discussions with the quarter I Mar Smith, who has not been drafted.