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Patriots are world champs, but who will not be here next year?


As the duck boats flow through downtown Boston on this 7th day of February celebrating the patriots 5th franchise win, it doesn’t make people stop to wonder, what will happen to this team next year?
The New England Patriots have been known to make bold moves pre and during the season. Even Tom Brady isn’t protected. At any point a player could be traded and that’s how the Patriots have done business for the last 15 years. A number of players have been cut or traded on a dime and in a nut shell bill Belichick makes moves before anyone could process.

Next year, with the Patriots trying for number 6, we might see some changes. The Browns have already been asking about Jimmy Garoppolo and Gronk, although on good pay year ( in the eyes of the Patriots) a second rounder is about right for him. As great as Gronk is, he can’t stay on the field and in the eyes of Belichick that’s a waste of payroll.

If you ask me, Garoppolo is gone before the season starts and Gronk is on his way to an NFL West teams by the trading deadline and all that will happen is the Patriots will be back in the Super Bowl yet again.

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