The New England Patriots are looking to get back on track with a 5s program.
The NFL is adding five new 5s players to its roster this year, and the league is encouraging teams to work with their athletes to prepare them for the upcoming season.
While the Patriots are a new program, the team has been working on its program since 2013, with some of the players having played for the team for years.
They include former All-Pro wide receiver Michael Hoomanawanui, who was drafted by the Patriots in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft, and receiver Logan Thomas, who has played for several teams in his career.
Players can earn a minimum of five years of eligibility.
The five-year minimum applies to any players who have played in the NFL for at least 10 years.
The Patriots have a lot of experience with the program, having been one of the most successful 5s programs in the league.
The Patriots have played on four of the five NFL-wide 5s teams since 2013.
The team also had the most players on its roster in 2016, as well as five players in 2017.
The team is hoping to get more players in the 5s for the 2017 season, which will be the final season before the start of the 2020 season.
The club has not yet made a final decision on what it will do with the roster.
There is still a lot to decide.
There are a lot more unknowns, as there will be in any transition, and there will also be a lot that we don’t know yet.
The league is still figuring out how to run 5s, but it’s looking at some of these players and trying to get some of them in there and then having some of our players get into the program.
It’s a little bit different than a full-time program, but we think it’s a really good fit for the players that we have, the coaches that we’re coaching and our players.