NFL '13 DRAFT XTRA
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The Patriots, reportedly, want more than a third-rounder after putting two years' worth of work into Mallett. The Cleveland Browns could be one suitor, according to Bedard. General manager Michael Lombardi spoke glowingly of Mallett on NFL Network, and his son, Mick, was an assistant on the Patriots staff the last two years.
Mallett has thrown only four NFL passes, but once was thought to be a first-round candidate before sliding to the third round. He also has had the advantage of learning behind Brady for two years.
The question is: What are teams willing to part with?