Dwayne Allen admits he's frustrated by drops at Patriots minicamp

FOXBORO — When Stephon Gilmore moves, it doesn't take long to realize he's a rare athlete. He changes direction quickly at 6-foot-1, 190 pounds. His hips are fluid when he jams at the line and then turns to run with a receiver. If he leaves his feet to bat away a pass, he appears to have complete body control.  But it's the way in which he's processing the Patriots defense that has teammate Devin McCourty impressed.  "Fitting into the group like he's been here for years," McCourty, a six-time captain, said of Gilmore.  It can take some time for new corners to pick up the scheme, understand the plays, and master the communication in the Patriots secondary. Especially for someone like Gilmore,

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