Posts Tagged ‘Thomas Welch’

Re-Grading the 2010 Patriots Draft Picks: Late-Round Selections

Friday, February 22nd, 2013
Zac Robinson Signs Contract With Patriots

Pictured: Not Tom Brady.

NEPD Staff Writer: Dan Hope

As a result of four compensatory selections, the Patriots had five picks in the final two rounds of the 2010 NFL draft. But with the exception of defensive lineman Brandon Deaderick, the No. 247 overall pick, the other four late-round picks never found a long-term role on the Patriots roster.

The lone non-compensatory selection of the five, No. 208 overall selection Thomas Welch out of Vanderbilt, was active for three games as a backup offensive lineman during the 2011 selection. The other three — North Carolina State center Ted Larsen (No. 205 overall), Georgia defensive tackle Kade Weston (No. 248) and Oklahoma State quarterback Zac Robinson (No. 250) — never made the Patriots’ 53-man roster.

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Patriots Make Last-Minute Roster Moves

Monday, September 12th, 2011

After a small flurry of moves before the season officially starts, New England is now ready to start the season.

The Patriots added a blocker to their roster for tonight’s game against the Miami Dolphins, promoting Thomas Welch from the practice squad. Welch is a swing tackle that was originally drafted by the Patriots in 2010.

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Patriots Sign Thomas Welch

Friday, June 4th, 2010

Thomas Welch Patriots

The Patriots have announced the signing of former Vanderbilt offensive tackle Thomas Welch.  Terms of the contract were not immediately disclosed.

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2010 NFL Draft: With the 208th Pick…

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

The Patriots have selected OT Thomas Welch with the 208th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. Welch played his college ball at Vanderbilt. The Patriots gave up their remaining two non-compensatory 7th round picks to move up with Washington.

Welch joins Devin McCourty, Rob Gronkowski, Jermaine Cunningham, Brandon Spikes, Taylor Price, Aaron Hernandez and Zoltan Mesko as the newest Patriots.




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