Wide receiver is probably lower on this list than you expected, but it makes sense when you look at the roster as a whole, instead of just thinking about the position in a vacuum. The Patriots loaded up on pass catchers (WR/TE) in free agency. While their wide receiver room itself might not be as strong as some would like, they have excellent tight ends and will operate out of two tight end sets often. More tight ends on the field means less snaps available to wide receivers. Nelson Agholor, Kendrick Bourne, and Jakobi Meyers are good enough to contribute as secondary targets with Jonnu Smith and Hunter Henry carrying the load. Beyond the playing time, roster space in another issue. They’ll keep the three players above, plus N’Keal Harry and Gunner Olszewski. That brings the receiver total to five, with Julian Edelman’s status lurking as a wild card. Combine those five or six with the four tight ends the team projects to keep, and 18 percent of the roster is made up of just two positions. If Harry ends up getting traded, or Edelman retires, it could clear some space, but at the end of the day there’s just not a ton of room or opportunities for another pass catcher right now. However, late on Day 3 they may be able to get a player with upside who can get into the practice squad in year one. Level of need: Late Day 3