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Patriots add DB Myles Bryant and OL Will Sherman to the COVID-19 list

The Patriots added defensive back Myles Bryant and practice squad offensive lineman Will Sherman to the COVID-19 reserve list, per the league’s transaction wire. Bryant, who had a tough game against the Bills a week ago, rebounded nicely against the Jaguars coming away with an interception during the 50-10 win.
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2021 NFL Draft: Colorado’s Will Sherman selected in the sixth round by New England Patriots

The Colorado Buffaloes had to wait until day three of the 2021 NFL Draft for a player to be taken off the board. Will Sherman was selected by the New England Patriots with the 197th overall pick in the sixth round. He’s a great addition to the Pats retooled offensive line who will be tasked with protecting either Cam Newton or first round pick Mac Jones.
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Colorado's Will Sherman drafted by New England Patriots in sixth round

Colorado offensive lineman Will Sherman was selected by the New England Patriots 197th overall in the sixth round of the NFL draft Saturday. This makes six straight years that Colorado has had an offensive lineman drafted. Sherman started 27 games in his career for the Buffaloes, all at tackle. He was a second-team all-Pac-12 selection in 2020 and decided to forgo his senior season to enter the draft. At 6-foot-4, 310 pounds Sherman is versatile and can probably play tackle or guard in the NFL, but will likely end up inside.
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Denver Post

CU lineman Will Sherman, first local picked in NFL Draft, selected by Patriots in sixth round

University of Colorado offensive lineman Will Sherman became the first local player picked in the 2021 NFL draft on Saturday when the Patriots selected him in the sixth round. Picked at No. 197 overall, Sherman profiles as a versatile backup in the NFL. Sherman made 27 starts at tackle in three seasons in Boulder, but will likely be an interior lineman in the NFL due to his lack of height at 6-foot-3.
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