Chase Winovich joined the New England Patriots a couple of seasons ago, and people are already talking about his exit. Head coach Bill Belichick trusts Wino and Tom Brady really liked him. TB12 had the opportunity to watch Winovich play and yes, the guy is really talented.
The speculation about Winovich’s exit is still here. Fans can’t stop talking about it.
The third-year edge rusher didn’t show up at minicamp. According to recent sources, Winovich’s absence wasn’t a big deal for the team. There’s more. Winovich will probably join his teammates in training camp. Great news, right? There are so many factors in this one.
The speculation was fueled by multiple factors. The whole thing started with last season’s decreased usage. Coaches were really concerned about the talented player. Matt Judon joined the team and Kyle Van Noy returned to New England after a year with the Miami Dolphins. What does this mean?
Chase Winovich isn’t concerned about the speculation about his Patriots exit
Will Winovich leave the Patriots at some point?
Some people even viewed Winovich’s attempts at selling a vacuum as evidence of an impending move.
Fast forward to Thursday morning. Winovich took to Twitter to react to all the rumors related to his future with the Patriots.
The man loves being a Patriot.
What does Belichick say about Winovich? Will he keep him around for another season? There are so many possibilities for Winovich.
Belichick packed the team with talent and he covered up pretty much every position. The team has a strong offense and the defense looks great, too.
Patriots players will enter training camp in late July. Everyone is getting ready for the big challenge. Cam Newton will have to compete with Jarrett Stidham and rookie quarterback Mac Jones. Of course, Belichick said Newton was his quarterback and he seems to be really confident right now.
There are so many rumors surrounding Patriots players. Belichick doesn’t mind hearing all that. Outside noise has nothing on him. The same applies to his players. They are all-in when it comes to minding their business.