Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Patriots' picks: 2/58 -- Sebastian Vollmer, OT, 6-7, 312, Houston...With their fourth second-round pick, the Patriots shored up the trenches by drafting a left tackle with the versatility to play tight end. Vollmer didn't start playing football until he was 14. When he did he helped his German prep school team win two titles. His versatility as a tight end makes him a candidate for a role in the red zone, where the Patriots often use a little trickery to get on the scoreboard. He has long arms, so he's good in pass protection, but, at the end of the day, is still a work in progress seeing as though he's only been in the United States for less than a decade. - by The Sports Xchange
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08/29/14 - T Sebastian Vollmer did not make the trip to New York for the preseason finale, missing another game to an unknown injury despite returning to practice action last week.
08/25/14 - T Sebastian Vollmer returned to practice Aug. 25 after missing a week of action to an unknown injury.
08/24/14 - RT Sebastian Vollmer did not dress for the game against the Panthers after missing practice all last week for unknown reasons. The veteran starter played in the second week of exhibition action against the Eagles and did not suffer an obvious injury.
11/04/13 - RT Sebastian Vollmer was placed on injured reserve Oct. 29 with a broken leg. The veteran had surgery to repair the injury.
10/28/13 - RT Sebastian Vollmer was carted off the field in the second quarter against Miami with a seemingly serious and likely season-ending right leg injury. The veteran did not return. The leg was immediately stabilized on the field in an air cast before Vollmer was carted to the locker room. According to the Boston Herald, Vollmer had surgery to repair a broken bone in his right leg on Monday.