The New England Patriots are the latest team to say they're uninterested in trading for Lamar Jackson.
Head coach Bill Belichick refused to talk about Jackson at all during interviews at the owners' meetings earlier this week; owner Robert Kraft said Meek Mill (yes, Meek Mill) texted him to say Jackson was interested in joining the team. It appears that won't be happening.
On top of the financial aspect that Jackson is looking for, the Patriots will also have to give up strong draft capital in order to sign Jackson, something Kraft spoke about earlier this week. And New England is one of the teams in the league who is currently in the 'we'll take all the draft picks we can get' category as they're in the middle of a semi-rebuild.
The Patriots haven't seemed like they've been 100% sold on current starting quarterback Mac Jones, as he experienced a sophomore slump in 2022. But he deserves another chance at the helm without last year's disaster of an offensive coordinator (Matt Patricia).
The options are dwindling for Sir Lamar Jackson.
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