The 2020 NFL Draft began Thursday with the first round of selections.
The second and third rounds were held on Friday, while the final four rounds take place on Saturday.
Here are the latest updates involving the Patriots:
Saturday, April 25
- With the 230th overall pick, the Patriots selected center Dustin Woodard out of Memphis.
- With the 204th overall pick, the Patriots selected linebacker Cassh Maluia out of Wyoming.
- With the 195th overall pick, the Patriots selected guard Justin Herron out of Wake Forest.
- With the 182nd overall pick, the Patriots selected guard Michael Onwenu out of Michigan.
- The Patriots traded with the Indianapolis Colts to move up and acquire pick No 182, in exchange for pick Nos. 212 and 213.
- With the 159th overall pick, the Patriots selected kicker Justin Rohrwasser out of Marshall.
Fourth round: The Patriots have no fourth-round selections.
- After the Indianapolis Colts drafted quarterback Jacob Eason with the 122nd overall pick, ESPN’s Louis Riddick speculated whether the Patriots may inquire about their former backup passer Jacoby Brissett. Brissett has one year remaining on his contract with the Colts.
Friday, April 24
- With the 101st overall pick, the Patriots selected tight end Dalton Keene out of Virginia Tech.
- The Patriots traded up once again, this time with the New York Jets for pick No. 101. In exchange, the Patriots will send over pick Nos. 125 and 129, as well as a 2021 sixth-round pick.
- With the 91st overall pick, the Patriots selected tight end Devin Asiasi out of UCLA.
- The Patriots traded up to pick No. 91, thanks to a deal with the Las Vegas Raiders. New England will also receive the 159th overall pick, in exchange for the 100th, 139th, and 172nd overall picks.
- With the 87th overall pick, the Patriots selected linebacker Anfernee Jennings out of Alabama.
- With the 60th overall pick, the Patriots selected linebacker Josh Uche out of Michigan.
- The Patriots have traded with the Baltimore Ravens to move up to pick No. 60. New England will also receive the 129th overall pick, in exchange for the 71st and 98th picks.
- With the 37th overall pick, the Patriots selected safety Kyle Dugger out of Lenoir–Rhyne.
Thursday, April 23
- The Patriots traded the 23rd overall pick to the Los Angeles Chargers, the team announced Thursday evening. In exchange, they received the 37th and 71st overall picks, bringing their total number of selections to 13.
Last night’s trade?
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 24, 2020
- Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated said he would “not be surprised” if the Patriots go with an offensive lineman with the 23rd pick. Earlier in the week, Breer listed safety Xavier McKinney (Alabama), linebacker Kenneth Murray (Oklahoma), and tight end Cole Kmet (Notre Dame) as “Patriots types” in the first round.
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) April 23, 2020
Could Joe Thuney be traded? According to the Miami Herald‘s Armando Salguero, the Miami Dolphins have discussed the possibility of trading for 27-year-old guard Joe Thuney. Earlier this offseason, the Patriots placed their franchise tag on Thuney, who then signed the fully guaranteed $14.8 million, one-year contract. Thuney, entering his fifth season in New England, has not missed a game since arriving as a third-round pick in 2016.