The New England Patriots came out swinging this offseason, but they still have some priorities to take care of before they put pads on. Luckily, they still have the 2014 NFL draft and some limited free-agent options to help fill those.
There are always places a team could improve, but aren't a priority. Adding a fourth running back would be nice, but it certainly isn't a top need. Depth at safety is a bit suspect, but it doesn't crack the top five.
These are the five priorities that I expect Bill Belichick and the Patriots to take care of by the end of Day 3 of the draft, not leaving anything to chance. They can sign an undrafted free agent to play running back, but you don't find many tight ends who can come in and start on day one.