by John Aubin | Wed, Aug 12th 10:16am EDT
The promising evolution of Josh Boyce has been in focus through two weeks of training camp practices, as the third-year wide receiver has rounded out his route-running ability to become a more trusted asset. Though Boyce is hardly a finished product, the 2013 fourth-round draft pick has clearly become more dependable for Tom Brady, and he can get open in a variety of ways. Boyce hits a home run on a deep ball every couple of practices, but his penchant for getting open with short and intermediate routes has made him a regular contributor with the first-team offense. (Boston Herald)
Josh Boyce has been under whelming in his first two years in the NFL. He has become a forgotten name on the roster and is on the bubble of making the team. But Joyce is doing things in preseason to make sure not only that he makes the team but is part of the Patriots offense. He is someone to watch in the preseason games as he has sleeper potential in deeper leagues.