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FOXBOROUGH D.K. Metcalf Jersey , Mass. (AP) — The Patriots spent their lone pick of the first round of the NFL draft getting Tom Brady a fresh pair of hands to throw to.New England used the 32nd pick of Thursday’s opening round to select receiver N’Keal Harry out of Arizona State.He is the first receiver selected by the Patriots in the first round since they chose Terry Glenn seventh overall in 1996. Harry is the first receiver taken in the first round under coach Bill Belichick.“It means the world to me,” Harry said. “For him to have that much faith in me and to have that much trust in me it just makes me want to work that much harder.”Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio described Harry as big, strong receiver with good hands that is good with the ball after the catch.At 6-foot-4, 213 pounds, Harry has questionable speed after running the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds. But he was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection as a junior, catching 73 passes for 1,088 yards and nine touchdowns.“There are some other good players that are out there as well,” Caserio said. “We just thought this was the best player that made sense for us at the time.”Harry’s selection brings instant energy to a receiving group that entered free agency in need of a youth injection.Receiver Julian Edelman is Brady’s most experienced returning pass catcher. But he will be 33 when the regular season starts.Chris Hogan signed with the Panthers in free agency, leaving Brady with Phillip Dorsett as his No. 2 receiver behind Edelman. The signing of Demaryius Thomas gave the Patriots another proven veteran. But Harry’s addition is a sign they want to remake the group further.Originally from St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Harry watched the draft unfold in Scottsdale, Arizona, with about 50 members of his family.He said he doesn’t have a preference of whether he plays on the outside or in the slot.Harry described his game as “very passionate.”“When that ball’s in the air I’ll sacrifice anything to go get it,” he said. “I’ll do whatever it takes to help the team win.”The Patriots entered the draft with 12 picks, including seven in the first four rounds. The No. 32 pick was their lone selection in Thursday’s first round.New England still has several needs, including finding a long-term replacement for tight end Rob Gronkowski following his recent retirement, as well as filling holes on the offensive and defensive lines created by free agency departures.Two of the most highly rated tight end prospects were taken early in the first round after the Iowa tandem of T.J. Hockenson and Noah Fant were chosen by the Lions and Broncos, respectively.There was also a run on defensive linemen, with 13 players chosen in the first 32 picks.Day 2 of the draft is set up to be busy with the Patriots holding five picks in Rounds 2 and 3.The offense needs a new starting left tackle to replace Trent Brown, who signed a lucrative contract with the Raiders at the start of free agency.There’s also the possibility that the Patriots may select a quarterback, with Brady set to turn 42 years old in August. Brian Hoyer is solely Brady’s backup and not their quarterback of the future. They did select Danny Etling in the seventh round of the 2018 draft, but he spent last season on the practice squad and still needs a lot of development.One player still on the board after Thursday night is former Missouri quarterback Drew Lock http://www.seahawksauthorizedshops.com/authentic-cody-barton-jersey , who is big at 6-foot-4 and 230 pounds. A four-year starter with the Tigers has the big arm to match, throwing for 28 touchdowns and completing 63 percent of his passes as a senior.Caserio said he is expecting some opportunities to move around on Day 2 with five picks.“We’re off to a decent start and we’ll see how it goes,” he said. “We do have a little flexibility relative to the picks, so we’ll evaluate the board, we’ll evaluate the situations and opportunities that are there and we’ll try to make good decisions over the next couple of days.” FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Darius James was pretty sure he was OK, even though he was sprawled face-first in the grass and his neck wouldn’t budge.He wiggled his fingers and toes and had feeling in his arms and legs, giving the big offensive lineman some reassurance that he wasn’t paralyzed.James was the starting right tackle for Auburn when his football career — and possibly much more — flashed before his eyes. It was Sept. 16, 2017, and the crowd of more than 80,000 packed into Jordan-Hare Stadium to watch the Tigers take on Mercer was silent.“I actually was pretty scared out there because I couldn’t move my neck,” recalled James, who’s in camp this summer with the New York Jets. “When they rolled me over, I was good again.”While blocking on a short run by Kamryn Pettway in the second quarter, James fell and teammate Mike Horton landed on James’ head. Doctors and trainers rushed out to treat James, who showed no movement initially. His neck was stabilized before he was flipped onto a backboard, strapped down and lifted onto a stretcher.“They were like, ‘Just in case. It’s all precautionary. Don’t be scared,'” James said. “So, I wasn’t as scared when they came out there and talked to me. But it was a scary moment when it happened because nothing like that ever happened to me.”It turned out to be a severe spasm in James’ neck, and it was relieved through treatment and massages. He was taken to a hospital and released after an evaluation.James was back on the field for Auburn a week later for the Tigers’ game at Missouri.“I feel like injuries Gary Jennings Jr. Jersey , obstacles, anything like that helps you be a better player because once something happens to you, people think it’s the end,” James said. “But, nah, you can still come back from all that stuff.“I like to think of myself as somebody who comes back, know what I mean?”James proved his resilience just over a month later when he went down with what appeared to be a serious leg injury at Arkansas. Again, he was surrounded by doctors and trainers — and carted off the field in front of nervous teammates.“I was just like, ‘Ahh, it keeps happening again, man. Just something else to bounce back from.’ And I always bounce back.”Sure enough, X-rays were negative and James returned in time to play in Auburn’s next game at Texas A&M two weeks later.“Darius has had a rough ride,” said offensive lineman Austin Golson, who was James’ teammate at Auburn and is now his roommate during camp with the Jets. “Every time he got hurt, he’d get back up and fought to get better. He’s just worked his tail off to get where he is today.”James grew up in Killeen, Texas, and was considered one of the top high school offensive linemen in the country despite only playing in two games as a senior because of injuries.He flashed remarkable versatility as a five-star prospect — playing center, offensive tackle, guard, defensive tackle and defensive end. Several scouting services rated him the No. 1 center in the country, while he was ranked as the top guard by another.James ended up going to Texas and played in six games for the Longhorns during the 2014 season http://www.seahawksauthorizedshops.com/authentic-phil-haynes-jersey , including starts at right tackle against Baylor and Oklahoma. But he struggled and was pulled by coach Charlie Strong, and then James suffered a season-ending knee injury.“I tore my ACL right before the OSU game and (Strong) was trying to bring some of his young people in and he said, ‘You can stay here and go to school or you can leave and play football,'” James recalled. “I thought it was the best opportunity for me to leave and play football.”James transferred to Auburn and sat out a season, but then played in every game as a junior and senior — despite those two scary moments in his final year.“The injuries I had, they weren’t that bad,” he said. “I came right back from them. I’m just ready to start this new journey.”The 6-foot-4, 324-pound James signed with the Jets in May as an undrafted free agent. With New York, James faces a difficult path to stick on the active roster. There’s lots of competition for depth spots, and both he and Golson will need to have some standout performances in the preseason to impress coach Todd Bowles.“We’ve been playing together for three years,” Golson said, “and hopefully we can keep it going, playing for the Jets.”James has been used primarily at right tackle by the Jets during practice, but his versatility could help him. Bowles has typically kept backups who can be plugged in at various spots.“It’s still early and I’m still feeling out the ropes,” James said, “figuring out where I fit in, figuring out how I’m supposed to play, figuring out the speed, the playbook. Everything’s going so fast and nobody’s waiting for you.“To me, it’s fun because nobody else really gets this opportunity. You can’t take anything for granted.”

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