Patriots Journal: Mixed results for the quarterbacks from wang's blog

It was an otherwise forgettable <a href="">Alan Branch Youth Jersey</a> afternoon for backup Jimmy Garoppolo. Entering his fourth year, the young quarterback struggled during 11-on-11s, completing only 4-of-18 passes. Garoppolo even fumbled a snap, which resulted in the <a href="">Barkevious Mingo Youth Jersey</a> entire offense taking a lap. At one point, Garoppolo threw seven straight incomplete passes. Garoppolo was better in 7-on-7s, going 6-for-9.


Jacoby Brissett had <a href="">Cameron Fleming Womens Jersey</a> a strong start to minicamp. The second-year quarterback went 11-for-16 in 7-on-7s and then 8-for-13 in 11-on-11s. It’s a small sample size, but Brissett looked improved from last year’s rookie campaign and he was certainly better in this minicamp than last year’s.

“It was great, but I’m just going to focus <a href=""></a> on this year now,” Thuney, the 6-foot-5, 305-pound North Carolina State product, said on Tuesday. “Focus <a href=""></a> on getting better in the spring and summer and improving in each OTA.”


Thuney, who was named to multiple all-rookie teams, entered this offseason far more comfortable than he was a year ago.


“I’ve got a year under my belt,” he said. “I understand and am more familiar with the playbook, and I’m more familiar with the guys. (Now) I’m just trying to improve every day and get a little bit better.”


The Patriots return <a href=""></a> all five starting offensive linemen from a year ago. Thuney and Andrews are joined by left tackle Solder, right guard Shaq Mason and right tackle Marcus Cannon.




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