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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Draft Scout Sebastian Vollmer News
07/28/16 - RT Sebastian Vollmer opened training camp on the physically unable to perform list (PUP) due to an ankle injury.
07/26/16 - T Sebastian Vollmer (ankle) failed his physical and was declared active/physically unable to perform by the Patriots July 25. He counts against the 90-man roster limit.
01/20/16 - T Sebastian Vollmer (ankle) remains limited in practice.
01/13/16 - T Sebastian Vollmer (ankle) remains limited in practice, although he's expected to return this week against the Chiefs after he sat out the regular season finale.
01/04/16 - T Sebastian Vollmer (ankle) was inactive for the finale in Miami, missing his second game of the season after getting rolled up on by a teammate in the Week 16 loss to the Jets in New York.