The Patriots have already made significant moves early in free agency that signal some major changes for their offense, while keeping a level of continuity for their defense. They might've been quiet in the opening days of free agency, but teams with as much cap space as New England won't stay on the sidelines for long.
While they've solidified their secondary by bringing back Aqib Talib and Kyle Arrington and adding safety Adrian Wilson, the receiver position is in for a complete overhaul with the departure of Wes Welker to Denver and the release of Brandon Lloyd.
Though Danny Amendola and Donald Jones have been brought in, and the Pats are mulling an offer to restricted free agent Emmanuel Sanders, there are still moves to be made and holes to be filled at wide receiver and other positions.
Traditionally, New England likes to have all their needs filled by the time they get to the draft so they can truly take the best player available on their board without having to reach to fill a need.
Here's where we stand one week into free agency, and here's some available players who could still be brought in to round out the roster.