Former Patriots LB Inks With the Cowboys

Former New England Patriots LB Christian Sam inked a new deal with the Dallas Cowboys. Head coach Bill Belichick selected Sam in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Sam didn’t see any action with the Patriots but the Cowboys may have plan for him.

Dov Kleinman was among the first to report the signing. The former Patriots LB may finally get a chance to play a regular season game.

The Patriots had a reason to get Ham, but Belichick didn’t really give him a chance to play. Sam was more than happy to join the team in the Super Bowl parade after the great win in 2018. It was a great experience for Sam and yes, it sure motivates him to perform at a higher level.

Sam is 26 and has so much to offer at this point. Of course, he will have to try hard and het his best in the next few years. The Patriots didn’t see his full potential, but the Cowboys seem to be determined to help him accomplish a lot of great things as their player.

Belichick to replace former Patriots LB options with young talents, Sam inks deal with Cowboys for a better shot

Belichick deals with a big challenge at the LB position. He lost Dont’a Hightower, Jamie Collins, and Kyle Van Noy in free agency. The departure of these players left a big void on the roster. Each of these players had a key role with the Patriots. They are gone now and Belichick will have to work with guys like Raekwon McMillan, Mack Wilson, and Cameron McGrone.

The Patriots decided to trust a young group of players and the new-look group may have a nice impact on the game in 2022. Yes, young Patriots players have to secure their spot on the roster. Belichick doesn’t accept excuses, meaning they will have to do better than before.

Patriots fans are really hyped about McGrone’s performance. He is really athletic but his knee injury may keep his game at a lower level. Josh Uche has great experience, too. McMillan wasn’t really healthy, but his condition may improve significantly in the upcoming season. Let’s see how these players look on the field.