July 21, 1987

The Patriots came to terms with their top draft pick, Bruce Armstrong, on a four-year deal reportedly worth between $1 million and $1.3 million.

Both sides said the offensive lineman would be present at the opening of training camp.

Armstrong turned out to be a pretty fair pick for the Pats - he appeared in six Pro Bowls.

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