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The New England Patriots have reportedly agreed to terms with OT Sebastian Vollmer on a new four-year contract. Vollmer a native of Germany was a Patriots second round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft out of the University of Houston. Terms of the contract have not yet been released. Follow Steve on Twitter @SteveMichaelsII
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