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Authentic Adrian Phillips Jersey faced the New England Patriots twice as a Los Angeles Charger.

A dozen tackles, including one for loss, and one pass breakup would be the byproduct in October 2017. An additional six tackles, including one for loss, would follow during his return to Gillette Stadium for the AFC divisional round in January 2019.

Phillips is on track for a longer stay now. New England agreed to terms with the 27-year-old safety during the initial wave of free agency.

According to Field Yates and Mike Reiss of ESPN, it is a two-year pact for Phillips that includes a $1.5 million signing bonus and a combined cap number of $6 million. Upcoming are base salaries of $1.25 million and $2.25 million for 2020 and 2021, respectively, along with up to $500,000 in per-game roster bonuses and $750,000 in incentives for each season.

A good match of value and versatility Phillips projects to be.

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A reported $1 million of his 2020 base salary is guaranteed. A reported $500,000 of his 2021 base is.

Phillips entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2014. The former Texas Longhorns captain would draw Pro Bowl and first-team All-Pro honors for his work on special teams by 2018. From kickoff and punt returns to kickoff and punt coverage, that campaign saw Phillips appear in all 16 games for the Chargers.


He’d start seven.

The volume gave way to a career-high 94 tackles with nine defended passes, one interception and one forced fumble. By the close of the calendar, Phillips had logged 66% of the defensive snaps and 78% of the snaps in the kicking game.

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The Chargers re-signed Phillips on a one-year, $2 million deal last March. Five starts over seven contests were the result at both strong and free safety, with a broken forearm leading to a stint on injured reserve in between.

“AP’s versatility is huge,” Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn told reporters in the aftermath Phillips’ injury last September. “He was a special teams Pro Bowler last year. He’s the captain of that secondary. He’ll be hard to replace.”

Phillips made his way back by December to earn the sixth-highest Pro Football Focus grade among safeties. He earned it in a limited sample size, yet while lining up in the box, in the slot and in the deep half.

New England’s safety depth chart, among others, has undergone a shift since the legal-tampering window met the new league year. The organization extended the decade-long tenure of Devin McCourty last Sunday, agreed to trade third-in-command Duron Harmon to the Detroit Lions on Wednesday, and saw core special-teamer Nate Ebner join the New York Giants as a free agent on Thursday.

The 5-foot-11, 210-pound Phillips could handle what the exits of Harmon and Ebner leave behind. At least in part.

He finds himself in a room of safeties where McCourty, Patrick Chung and Terrence Brooks all have seats. Also under contract are recent members of New England’s practice squad in Authentic Obi Melifonwu Jersey and Authentic Adarius Pickett Jersey, as well as a member of last spring’s undrafted class in Authentic Malik Gant Jersey, who spent his rookie year on injured reserve.

Phillips stands with 64 games and 24 starts on his NFL log. He has recorded 251 tackles, 18 passes defensed, five interceptions and a pair of forced fumbles from sub-package linebacker to single-high centerfielder.

For the Patriots, it’s ground worth covering.

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When the New England Patriots signed defensive tackle Authentic Beau Allen Jersey to a two-year, $8 million contract last week, some were puzzled. Why would the Patriots let Danny Shelton walk – who then signed a two-year, $8 million contract with the Lions – and then opt to sign a similarly talented DT for the same exact price tag?

Well, the price tag may have been the same, but if you look closely at each player’s contract, it tells a different story.

Here are the contract details for Allen’s deal with the Patriots, per Ben Volin of The Boston Globe:

Two years
$7 million
$500,000 in incentives in 2020
$500,000 in incentives in 2021
$1.7 million signing bonus
$1.3 million base salary in 2020 ($800,000 guaranteed)
$2.2 million base salary in 2021 ($250,000 guaranteed)
$900,000 roster bonus in 2020 and 2021
$2.88 million cap hit in 2020
$3.95 million cap hit in 2021
The important part of the details is Allen’s cap hit for the 2020 season, which is $2.88 million. Shelton got $4 million guaranteed from Detroit this offseason. If Allen were to max out his contract, which includes hitting all incentives/bonuses, he would get $4.4 million for the upcoming season. However, his cap hit is currently $1.12 million cheaper than Shelton’s, which is a lot for a Patriots team that is very tight on cap space this offseason.

New England has been trying to maneuver around money the past couple weeks to free up space to acquire talent. They traded Duron Harmon to the Lions last week and then were able to sign former All-Pro safety Authentic Adrian Phillips Jersey who is talented, younger than Harmon, and has a cheaper cap hit. They also released veteran kicker Stephen Gostkowski on Monday to free up more room. It wouldn’t be surprising to see one of the bigger contracts on the roster restructured in the coming weeks and/or another player is cut to provide more cap relief.

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A continuing series looking at how the Patriots could fill positions through the NFL Draft, April 23 to 25.

When it comes to the offensive line, you can never have enough depth.

That was evident last year. The Patriots had three offensive linemen retire during the offseason (Jared Veldheer, Brian Schwenke and J.J. Dielman). The Pats then traded for three players at the end of training camp (Russell Bodine, Corey Cunningham and Jermaine Eluemunor). It still wasn’t enough.

This offseason, the Patriots have lost two interior backup offensive linemen from last season’s team. Ted Karras, who started at center last year in place of Authentic David Andrews Jersey (blood clots), became a free agent and signed with Miami. He had been the Pats top backup center and guard over the last three seasons. Last year’s top backup center, James Ferentz, is also a free agent.

The Pats currently don’t have a backup center on the roster. Their backup guards — Hjalte Froholdt, Eluemunor and Authentic Najee Toran Jersey — are all untested. That’s a big reason why no one should be surprised if the Patriots draft a guard or center.

The average guard/center drafted by Bill Belichick stands 6-feet-3 and weighs 307 pounds. Athletically, he runs a 5.25 40-yard dash, has a 27-inch vertical leap, makes more than 27 reps on the bench press, broad jumps 102 inches, has a 3-cone time around 7.79 and has a shuttle time around 4.58.

After combing over every player at this year’s NFL Combine, here are five who fit the Patriot mold.

Matt Hennessy, Temple

Hennessy is one of the best athletic fits at either guard/center or tackle. That’s how athletic he is. For interior offensive linemen, he hits six of eight categories — height, weight, 40 time, vertical jump, broad jump and 3-cone. Athletically, his numbers are comparable to former Patriots center Dan Connolly.

At Temple, Hennessy was a standout center and a finalist for the Remington Trophy, which is given to the nation’s top center. He earned All-American honors. He even played some guard. Hennessy is a projected Day 2 draft pick.

John Simpson, Clemson

Simpson ties with Hennessy for the best fit among interior offensive linemen. He also has six hits — height, weight, 40 time, vertical jump, bench and broad jump. He’s also a projected Day 2 draft pick.

Simpson is coming off a fantastic career at Clemson. He played for three seasons, making 29 of 30 starts at left guard. He was named third-team All-ACC in 2018 and first-team all-conference last season. He also garnered second-team All-American honors. He’s lauded for his technique and physicality.

Cesar Ruiz, Michigan

Ruiz ties for the third most hits among interior offensive lineman. He hits for what the Patriot like in terms of weight, 40 time, vertical jump, bench press and broad jump. He’s a projected first-round pick, who at worse falls to the early second round. The Patriots have already shown interest, meeting with Ruiz at the NFL Combine.

Ruiz had a great career at Michigan, where he played both guard and center (five starts at right guard and 26 at center). He enters the draft where he profiles as a starter at either position.

Damien Lewis, LSU

Lewis ties with Ruiz and four others with five hits. He meets what the Patriots look for in weight, 40 time, vertical jump, bench press and broad jump. It’s possible he hits more, but he didn’t participate in the 3-cone or shuttle drill. He is projected as a Day 3 pick.

After transferring to LSU from junior college, Lewis started two seasons at right guard. Last year, he earned second-team All-SEC honors. He was a part of a national championship and helped the Tigers win the Joe Moore Award, which is given to the top offensive line in the country. The Patriots met with him at the NFL Combine and had a FaceTime interview with him.

Danny Pinter, Ball State

Pinter also hits five of the eight targets. He matches up what the Patriots look for in height, 40 time, vertical jump, broad jump and 3-cone time. He’s also projected to go somewhere in Day 3 of the draft.

Pinter has an interesting story. He started at Ball State as a tight end and played there for two seasons before transitioning to tackle as junior. He started at right tackle over the last two seasons and excelled. Considering he stands 6-4 and weighs 306 pounds, teams will look to move him to guard. In fact, one athletic comparison is Patriots left guard Joe Thuney.

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On Wednesday, the New England Patriots signed former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Damiere Byrd. It was a typical move by the Patriots, who like to make low-key free-agent acquisitions during this time of the year.

New England signed Byrd to a one-year contract, and now that the details of his contract have been made available, it’s evident that he is no lock to make the roster come September.

Byrd’s contract has a base salary of $1 million and gets $600,000 in guarantees, which includes his signing bonus and $250,000 of his base salary, according to Ben Volin of The Boston Globe. Additionally, Byrd has up to $900,000 in incentives he can earn, which are tied to receptions, per ESPN insider Field Yates. He’s currently taking up 0.7% of the team’s salary cap space, per OTC. If the Patriots were to cut Byrd during the preseason, he would leave behind $600,000 in dead money. So, there’s little for New England to lose if they want to part ways with him.

Byrd will certainly have his work cut out for him when he hits the practice for the first time in New England. He joins a receiver room that consists of Julian Edelman, Authentic Mohamed Sanu Jersey, Authentic N’Keal Harry Jersey, Jakobi Meyers, Gunner Olszewski, Authentic Quincy Adeboyejo Jersey and Authentic Devin Ross Jersey. But what Byrd has going for him that the other wideouts on the roster don’t possess is blazing speed. Back at his pro day in 2015 Byrd ran a 4.28 40 time, which only a handful of players in the NFL have been able to run.

Unfortunately for Byrd, his blazing speed hasn’t translated to on-the-field success since entering the league in 2016. In four seasons he has 44 receptions for 488 yards and three scores. However, most of his production came last year in Arizona, when he caught 32 passes for 359 yards and one score.

If Byrd can stay on the Patriots roster in 2020, he has the opportunity to make his first NFL paycheck with seven figures on it.

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The Patriots are going to add a quarterback to replace Authentic Tom Brady Jersey — it just might not be immediate.

NFL Network’s Mike Giardi reported the Patriots will pursue another option at the position after parting ways with the future Hall of Famer, but are not in a rush. The Patriots are also “pretty comfortable” with their current quarterback room, Giardi added, which includes Authentic Jarrett Stidham Jersey and Authentic Cody Kessler Jersey.

Kessler has started 12 games and appeared in 17 contests in four seasons, but didn’t play at all in 2019, his first season with the Patriots. He’s taken his fair share of hits, mostly while with the Browns from 2016-2017, but he does have some starting experience.

Stidham, meanwhile, has three NFL game appearances under his belt, completing 2-of-4 passes for 14 yards and an interception.

It’s incredibly difficult to logically envision a season in which the Patriots are sending Kessler out with the first team in Week 1. That’s something that came out of Cleveland a few years ago, not Foxborough.

Then again, Brady in a pewter helmet will look weird, too.

A more ideal scenario would involve a trade, perhaps to bring Jacoby Brissett back to New England after the Colts agreed to terms with Philip Rivers on a one-year, $25 million deal this week. Or maybe a bigger splash awaits us. Either way, it’s unlikely to match the size of the disturbance created by Brady’s entry into an early snowbird phase — but it will be just as important.

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Back in March, before the Antonio Brown saga involved feet and a helmet, it was a relatively standard dispute of a disgruntled player riding an elliptical and demanding a trade from his team. The Steelers had no desire to keep him, but they still thought highly enough of him that they didn’t want a good team to have him. After a false start with the Bills, they believed they’d found a solution by shipping him to the Raiders.

That solution was only temporary. Brown’s relationship with his new team, specifically GM Mike Mayock, deteriorated rapidly over the summer, and when he no longer had any financial security, yesterday he demanded to be cut, which the Raiders quickly did. Hours later, he signed a one-year deal with the Patriots that included a $9 million signing bonus. Brown would be on a perennial playoff team within Pittsburgh’s conference. Whoops.

As reported in a column Saturday night by Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports, the Steelers knew in March that the Patriots wanted Brown, but wouldn’t satisfy their rivals’ wishes, even if that meant settling for a lackluster trade return. From Robinson:

According to a source familiar with New England’s interest in Brown last spring – including the talks between the Steelers and Patriots – it came down to this: Pittsburgh didn’t want Brown in New England. The Steelers knew they’d likely have to grapple with the Patriots in the 2019 playoff picture. Beyond that, there was already bitter feelings born out of competition between the two teams (not to mention the whole LeGarrette Blount fiasco in 2014). Sending Brown into the arms of the Patriots and Bill Belichick would not only be costly to Pittsburgh’s own playoff chances, it would border on humiliating. Especially if the deal wasn’t for a significant package in return. It would mean waving the white flag to all the parties the Steelers simply didn’t want to surrender to. From Brown to Bill Belichick to Tom Brady.

“Pittsburgh just wasn’t going to do it,” said a source familiar with the Patriots’ pursuit of Brown. “It was never going to happen. No matter what [agent Drew Rosenhaus] thought or whoever else, there was no way the Steelers were sending him to New England.”


Pittsburgh didn’t do it, but it happened anyway. And so, at the final tally, the Steelers ended up with a third-round pick, a fifth-round pick, and the hope that rookie receiver Diontae Johnson will eventually make everyone forget about AB; the Raiders ended up with nothing; and the Patriots ended up with one of the best receivers in the NFL on an absurdly team-friendly contract, playing across from Josh Gordon. What did we all learn from this fiasco? It’s unclear, but to quote J.K. Simmons’s character in Burn After Reading, “I guess we learned not to do it again.”
It’s safe to say that Tom Brady is excited about having Antonio Brown as a teammate.

Prior to the New England Patriots’ season-opening showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers, NBC Sports’ Al Michaels said that that Drew Rosenhaus, Brown’s agent, told him that Brady has offered to house Brown during his early stages in Foxboro.

“Brady told Brown to ‘come move in with me until you get settled into New England,'” Michaels said.

Michaels also shared his conversation with Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who broke the news to Brady that New England was going to sign the four-time All-Pro. Brady, after initially telling Kraft that was “100 percent in” on the signing, went back to tell Kraft that he is “1 million percent in” on the acquisition of Brown, who led the NFL with 15 touchdown catches in 2018.

If Brown does take Brady up on his reported offer, it would make for the greatest collection of talent under one roof in NFL history. Brady, arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history, has six Super Bowl titles and four Super Bowl MVP awards to his credit. During the 2019 season, Brady will move into second all-time in career touchdown passes and passing yards.

Brown, who like Brady was a sixth round pick, is the only receiver in NFL history to record at least 100 catches in six consecutive seasons. His 9,145 receiving yards since 2013 is the most by a receiver in NFL history over a six-year span.

The one thing that eluded Brown during his nine seasons in Pittsburgh is a Super Bowl ring, something he will look to earn with Brady as a member of the Patriots organization. Brown will reportedly sign his one-year deal– that includes $9 million guaranteed — on Monday with hopes of making his Patriots debut next Sunday in Miami against the Dolphins.

“He wants to have a great season. He wants to win a Super Bowl,” Rosenhaus recently told ESPN. “He looks this as a great opportunity for him to sign with a team that has dominated the league for the past decade.

“This is a dynasty, and he has an opportunity for Antonio to play for a dynasty. So the future is now for Antonio. This is a chance for Antonio to do something that he hasn’t been able to do during his illustrious career, which is to win a championship. That’s the immediate goal, and that’s all he’s thinking about right now.”

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Lance Kendricks of the New England Patriots has been suspended without pay for the first game of the 2019 regular season for violating the NFL’s policy and program on substances of abuse.

Kendricks is eligible to participate in all remaining preseason practices and the team’s final preseason game. He will be eligible to return to the Patriots’ active roster on Monday, Sept. 9, following the team’s Week 1 game vs. Pittsburgh.

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Patriots announced today that they have acquired OL Korey Cunningham from the Arizona Cardinals and OL Jermaine Eluemunor (eh-LOO-muh-nor) from the Baltimore Ravens. Terms of the trades were not announced.

Cunningham, 24, was drafted by Arizona in the seventh round (254th overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft out of Cincinnati. The 6-foot-6, 311-pounder started all six games he played in at left tackle for the Cardinals in 2018 as a rookie before being placed on injured reserve on Dec. 25, 2018. Cunningham appeared in 45 games with 24 starts over four seasons and earned second-team All-American Athletic Conference honors as a senior in 2017 at Cincinnati.

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Eluemunor, 24, was drafted by Baltimore in the fifth round (159th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft out of Texas A&M. The 6-foot-4, 335-pounder has played in 17 games with two starts at right guard and one start at left tackle. Last season, he began the season on the practice squad before being signed to the 53-man roster and saw action in nine games with one start.

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QB Tom Brady’s been more active than usual on social media this offseason, and today he kept up the pace. On his official Instagram account, TB12 posted a short video clip of himself hard at work, throwing a football on a grassy field to a receiver who looks a lot like Josh Gordon.
Meanwhile, an ESPN blog post ranks the offseasons of all 32 NFL teams and explains why the Super Bowl Champs’ was just “average.” continues its ranking of the 15 most important Patriots of 2019, with one of the specialists checking in at No. 14.

And how about this gimmick… the Buffalo Bills are looking for a couple of fans willing to tie the knot at their 50-yard line this September when the Super Bowl Champion Patriots come to town.

Almost as quickly as it surfaced, the Houston Texans’ pursuit of New England’s Nick Caserio has ended. Late this past Friday, the Texans issued the following statement from their owner, via the team’s official Twitter account:
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The Patriots, who had filed tampering charges with the NFL against Houston, apparently were satisfied with the Texans’ statement, as indicated by this Twitter statement distributed by the Super Bowl Champs:
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New England is said to have dropped its tampering charge against the Texans, but that doesn’t necessarily mean this case has been fully resolved, according to some media pundits. The Pro Football Talk website writes that the language to which Houston referred in the above Tweet is coming under scrutiny by some higher-ups in the league.

And a columnist speculates on what the future might hold for Caserio, the Patriots, and the Texans. NFL Network adds this further nugget of information, about a potential trade of Caserio to Houston.
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· Jun 15, 2019
Discussed this a couple days ago with a source who said it was his belief there was contractual language that might dissuade the Texans. Now we have our answer. Caserio is staying, for now. #Patriots …

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Per @TomPelissero, Caserio’s contract expires at the end of next season. There was a discussion about a potential trade. The end result is the Texans walking away.

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Meanwhile, a trade last week between the Patriots and Lions has fallen through after tight end Michael Roberts failed his physical here in New England, according to ESPN.

Finally this Monday, NFL Films produced and posted a Father’s Day-related video about Patriots WR Julian Edelman and his father over the weekend. NBC Sports Boston provides a link and a convenient recap of the story.

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For the first time in the Belichick era, the Patriots drafted a wide receiver in the first round when the team selected N’Keal Harry with the 32nd pick on Thursday night. The wide receiver out of Arizona State is the focus of Patriots Nation, and while has you covered for stats and performance (like the epic one-handed catch below), we are making sure Patriots Nation gets to know their newest member off the field too.

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Family is first for the Patriots draft pick. Not only was N’Keal surrounded by his extended family when he got the call from the Patriots, it was the first time he had seen much of his family in two years. His family hails from St. Vincent and the Grenadines, a southern Caribbean nation, and some of his family members just recently received their U.S. visas, he said in his post-draft conference call.

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According to That Football Girl’s Melissa Jacobs, his family had applied for visas multiple times and had been denied, but “this time when they gave their reason for entry into the United States – to be with Harry when he’s drafted – their 10-year Visas were approved. Finally, the family will get to spend time with Harry, be there for one of the top moments of his life, and see him play football live for the first time.”

And being able to share this moment with his mom, grandmother and the rest of his family was priceless.

“A lot of my friends were here – you know, people that have just been by my side since Day 1. So, it was an extremely special moment for all of us,” N’Keal said.

Though he had 50 or 60 family and friends with him, it had previously been just him and his grandmother living in Arizona. But coming to the States wasn’t an easy decision.
When N’Keal was four, his mother, Naudine, and his grandmother, Felna, decided it was best for Felna to take him to the United States. For years, Felna raised N’Keal, working hard to support him and give him a life of love and opportunity. As he grew up and excelled in sports, his grandmother took on job after job to care for him, even if it meant coming out of retirement to do so.

It is a special bond, and he told ESPN before the Combine that his first paycheck was going to his grandmother to thank her for everything she did for him to succeed. He went to Arizona State to stay close to Felna, and she never missed a home game.

“I really do believe that it was for the best for my grandma raising me. That woman taught me so much, everything from having very good manners to how to speak to people, how to speak well, how to speak fluently. I’m just thankful,” he told ESPN.
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N’Keal being drafted surely will make his family proud, but he is also making history as the first person from St. Vincent and the Grenadines to play in the NFL. He will also reunite with former ASU teammate Christian Sam in New England, and Tom Brady even tweeted his excitement about the newest Patriot.

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Football wasn’t the only sport in which he excelled. His AAU basketball coach, T.J. Howard, told ESPN N’Keal could play in the NBA. As a high school senior, he went up for a shot and shattered the backboard, so Howard isn’t exaggerating.
But the athletic talent doesn’t stop with N’Keal. N’Keal and his girlfriend, Kianna Ibis, are something of a power couple. Kianna was a star player for Arizona State’s basketball team, which made its first Sweet 16 this year.
Though he has yet to step on an NFL field and compete, N’Keal is already considering how he will use his platform to give back. He told “That Football Girl” that he wants to start a sports academy on St. Vincent and the Grenadines to help kids there hone their skills, so they don’t have to move elsewhere to seek out opportunities.

Though he is new to the Patriots, N’Keal showed he has the New England mindset when talking with media after he was selected.

“Whatever Coach wants me to do – if he wants me to do one or the other or both – I wouldn’t hesitate to jump at it,” he said.

Welcome to New England, N’Keal.