Aaron Dobson: 'I definitely have to improve'

Wide receiver Aaron Dobson #17 of the New England Patriots celebrates as he runs to score on a 39-yard catch in the first quarter against the New York Jets at Gillette Stadium on September 12, 2013
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New England Patriots wide receiver Aaron Dobson admits that he knows he has to improve in his second year in the NFL in the 2014 campaign.

New England Patriots wide receiver Aaron Dobson has admitted that he needs to improve vastly in his second season in his side's 2014 campaign.

Dobson recorded 37 receptions for 519 yards along with four touchdowns in his rookie season, but he was held back in the latter half of the campaign with a foot injury.

"I guess I have wondered 'what if,' but stuff happens like that," Dobson told the Boston Herald. "You're not going to be 100% through the whole season, so I tried to get through it the best way I could.

"I think I did OK. I definitely want to strive to be better, come back and have a strong second year. I feel like I had an OK rookie year. I've just got to have a great off-season to work hard and come back next year."

The 22-year-old was drafted 59th overall by the Patriots in the 2013 Draft.

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