Patriots add depth to offensive line
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. —
The New England Patriots bolstered an offensive line that allowed 40 sacks last season on the third day of the NFL draft Saturday.
The Patriots drafted All-America center Bryan Stork of Florida State and offensive tackle Cameron Fleming of Stanford in the fourth round, and guard Jon Halapio of Florida in the sixth round.
They also drafted Wisconsin running back James White in the fourth round.
In the sixth round, the Patriots selected defensive end Zach Moore of Division II Concordia (Minn.) University-St. Paul and cornerback Jemea Thomas of Georgia Tech.
And New England made wide receiver Jeremy Gallon of Michigan its final selection in the seventh round.
On Thursday, the Pats picked defensive end Dominique Easley of Florida in the first round. In Friday's second round, they selected quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo of Eastern Illinois.