On the first day of workouts, the team enjoyed strong attendance

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The new-look New England Patriots started their 2024 offseason workout program on Monday, and it they enjoyed some strong attendance during the first voluntary session.
A full roll call is not possible from the outside and with limited information available, but material shared on the Patriots’ website and on social media indicates that at least 49 players participated in the workout at Gillette Stadium.
The actual number is likely even higher, meaning that a significant portion of the 70 men currently under contract was present.
That group included multiple starter-level players and team leaders, listed here in alphabetical order: OT Calvin Anderson CB Alex Austin P Bryce Baringer LB Ja’Whaun Bentley S Joshuah Bledsoe WR Kendrick Bourne WR Kayshon Boutte ED William Bradley-King QB Jacoby Brissett WR DeMario Douglas LB Christian Elliss DT Daniel Ekuale RB Antonio Gibson LB Joe Giles-Harris RB JaMycal Hasty TE Austin Hooper DT Davon Godchaux CB Christian Gonzalez S Jaylinn Hawkins CB Azizi Hearn TE Hunter Henry DT Trysten Hill ED Anfernee Jennings CB Jonathan Jones ED Matthew Judon OL Nick Leverett G Atonio Mafi OT Conor McDermott LB Raekwon McMillan WR K.J.
Osborn S Jabrill Peppers DT Jeremiah Pharms Jr. WR Jalen Reagor DE Sam Roberts K Chad Ryland ST Brenden Schooler WR JuJu Smith-Schuster G Sidy Sow RB Rhamondre Stevenson G Cole Strange LB Sione Takitaki LB Jahlani Tavai WR Tyquan Thornton ED Josh Uche CB Shaun Wade DT Armon Watts CB Marco Wilson DE Keion White QB Bailey Zappe Phase 1 of offseason workouts will be led by assistant coaches Deron Mayo and Brian McDonough and focus exclusively on strength and conditioning work.
The intensity of offseason preparation will start to increase throughout the spring, culminating in mandatory minicamp on June 11-13.


The New England Patriots, who have a new look, began their 2024 offseason training program on Monday, and they had a good turnout for the first voluntary practice.

Although there isn’t enough information to provide a complete roll call from the outside, what is available on the Patriots website and social media suggests that at least 49 players worked out at Gillette Stadium. The true figure was probably much higher, which means that a good chunk of the seventy men who are currently under contract were there.

The following players, arranged alphabetically, were among that group: several starters and team captains.

Calvin Anderson, overtime.

CB Austin.

Bryce Baringer, P.

Bentley LB Ja’Whaun.

Josh Bledsoe, S.

Kenneth Bourne, wide receiver.

WR Boutte Kayshon.

William Bradley King, ED.

QB Jake Brisett.

WR DeMario Douglas.

Christian Elliss, LB.

Daniel Ekuale, DT.

Antonio Gibson, running back.

Joseph Giles-Harris, LB.

RB JaMycal Is Fast.

TE Austin Hooper.

DT Davon Godchaux.

CB Gonzalez, Christian.

Jaylinn Hawkins S.

CB Hearn Azizi.

Henry, TE.

DT Hill Trysten.

ED Jennings, Anfernee.

Jonathan Jones, CB.

Matthew Judon, ED.

OL Nick Leverett.

G, Mafi Atonio.

Conor McDermott, overtime.

Raekwon McMillan, LB.

K WR. I. J. Osborn.

Jabrill Peppers, S.

DT Jeremiah Pharms Jr.

RW Jalen Reagor.

Roberts, DE.

Chad Ryland, K.

Brenden Schooler, ST.

JuJu Smith-Schuster, wide receiver.

G Sidy Sow.

RB Stevenson Rhamondre.

Strange G Cole.

LB Takitaki Sione.

Tavai, Jahlani LB.

NFL player Tyquan Thornton.

ED Josh Uche.

CB Wade Shaun.

DT Watters.

Marco Wilson, CB.

DE White Keion.

QB Bailey Zappe.

Assistant coaches Deron Mayo and Brian McDonough will oversee phase 1 of the offseason workout program, which will only include strength and conditioning exercises. A mandatory minicamp is scheduled for June 11–13, after the level of offseason preparation gradually builds up throughout the spring.

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