Running back Mike Gillislee welcomes the opportunity to help the Patriots
It was a busy day for Mike Gillislee yesterday at the Patriots' final public training camp session. The sixth-year running back took reps with the first- and second-team offense. He had several carries between the tackles and was also targeted in the passing game twice, both times down the sideline on wheel routes from quarterback Tom Brady. But Gillislee also got work in with the special-teams units.Continue reading ...
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