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Van Noy explains how Pats will overcome roster losses

New season. New team.
No NFL team is the same one year to another. Players depart at no service, retire, are published, proceed. New blood is added to the mixture. Even if some crucial pieces remain, NFL teams are shapeshifters, constantly changing one year into the next.
For no franchise is that more evident than the New England Patriots. The Dynasty of Dynasties, Bill Belichick’s group has been through overhauls in the past and continues to dominate the AFC East and the NFL.
The 2019 version of the Pats must overcome some big losses. The list of departures of both coaches and players is long:
Patriots Losses 2019 Offseason:
TE Rob Gronkowski
WR Chris Hogan
WR Cordarrelle Patterson
TE Dwayne Allen
T Trent Brown
T LaAdrian Waddle
T Jared Veldheer
DE Trey Flowers
DT Malcolm Brown
DE Adrian Clayborn
CB Eric Rowe
Defensive coordinator Brian Flores
Defensive line coach Brendan Daly
Cornerbacks coach Josh Boyer
Joining NFL Network’s Total Access this week, Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy told New England celebrity Willie McGinnest that the key to replacing all the losses has become the civilization Belichick has instilled from the veterans still with the program.
“Bill does a really good job of this culture being set with all the players that have been there because of their tenures,” Van Noy said. “Like Patrick Chung, Dont’a Hightower, Devin McCourty, Tom (Brady), they have been around for a little while, Matthew Slater. Those men have already been passed on from your generation, the norm. And we are just trying to keep that legacy going.
“When that civilization is put, it doesn’t matter, we all have the same aim in mind and that’s just to win.”
The Pats have conquer on-field attrition in the past. Losing Gronk is massive, but the premise is as long as Brady is throwing moves, the Patriots will be fine. The bigger question comes with training attrition that we have observed from New England the past couple of seasons, especially on the defensive side of the ball.
With no defensive coordinator, Belichick is expected to have a heavier role compared to ordinary from the every-day activity and play-calling this year. Van Noy welcomes the chance to be pushed by the very best coach in NFL history.
“I think for me, anytime you get to learn from one of the best ever to perform it to me, he’s the best — to learn from him every day, to have this mindset on your meetings all the time, getting you information and things that you normally don’t see, you receive in mind just a little bit, it’s the best,” Van Noy said.
Perhaps the dynasty will finish one day. No one expects it to crash in 2019, even with this year’s attrition.

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