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Patrick’s worked hard. He’s a very diligent kid. He’s smart. He takes a lot of notes. He pays a lot ...

Patrick’s worked hard. He’s a very diligent kid. He’s smart. He takes a lot of notes. He pays a lot of attention to details, little things. He asks good questions. I think football’s important to him, he takes it very seriously. As I said, he asks a lot of questions and pays attention to a lot of details and he’s always trying to get better and improve. He’s certainly made a lot of progress in this camp. I think he’s got a good future ahead of him. There’s a lot to that safety position. There are a lot of different things that can happen in the running game, passing game, kicking game. He’s wearing a lot of hats and he’s involved in a lot of different areas, but he’s made a lot of progress. He’s working hard and I’m sure in time if he continues to do that that he’s got a good future.

Bill Belichick on Patrick Chung

Patriots changes by position: Safety

Patriots changes by position: Safety

Patriots 2009 Draft Grades: Safety earns an A

Patriots 2009 draft pick of Oregon Safety Patrick Chung was a Grade A selection.

There's no other way to phrase it. Bill Belichick is a genius when it comes to running the war...

There's no other way to phrase it. Bill Belichick is a genius when it comes to running the war room. There is simply put nobody better than the great Bill Belichick. The value in this draft was in round two. So what does Belichick do even with all his picks? He trades out of round one, gets extra picks for next year and he still comes away with phenomenal talent for the upcoming season. Ron Brace, Defensive Tackle out of Boston College. I thought he was a surefire second round pick and one of the most underrated players in this Draft and listen, Vince Wilfork is without a contract for next year and that's a great pick by Bill Belichick. Patrick Chung. I talked to Bill Belichick on Sirius NFL Radio on day two of the Draft. He loves his talent and how cerebral he is. That was a tremendous first pick of the Draft in round two for the New England Patriots. Darius Butler, versatile, physical, experienced cornerback out of UConn that will certainly help out the defensive backfield. And I thought they'd consider him in round one if they would have stayed in the first round. Brandon Tate out of North Carolina, had some issues off the field. Belichick said that he spent a lot of time with the player and he really likes him as a player and as a person, and I love that move in round three. They get a guy who can run the Wildcat, they get a long-snapper, and they get picks for next year. Classic Bill Belichick. It's his world, we're just all living in it.

Adam Schein rants about the genius of Bill Belichick in this year's Draft

2009 NFL Draft: New England Patriots Recap

The 2009 NFL Draft is over! Here's a quick recap of the Patriots new crop of rookies and other draft day moves.

With the 34th pick, Patriots select S Patrick Chung, Oregon

With the 34th pick, Patriots select S Patrick Chung, Oregon

New England Patriots: Pre-Draft Visits

Draft day is nearly here. With 30 pre-draft visits allowed by the league, who have the Patriots taken a look at from this year's class of rookies? Here is the list!

Cowboys Draft 2009: Get Up On Your Soap Box

Who do you think the Dallas Cowboys should select with their first pick in the 2009 draft?

Cowboys Draft 2009: Safest Bets

A look at the "safe picks" in the 2009 NFL Draft.

The Falcoholic Mock Draft Spectacular: The Second Pick

The Falcoholic's mock draft moves to the second round, where readers narrowly chose tight end Jared Cook. Discussion will follow on whether a true pass catcher like Cook is the best fit for a team with a lot of defensive holes.

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