Found March 12, 2013 on Patriots Life:
According to Boston Herald, multiple sources have revealed that both the Cleveland Browns and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have inquired about the Patriots' backup QB Ryan Mallett. The Herald reported that although the Pats are unlikely to trade the QB, they are listening to offers: It's unknown what type of compensation has been discussed. Mallett was drafted in the third round in 2011, so it would make sense for the Patriots to covet a similar pick, if not something with more value. Stay with PatriotsLife for the latest Free Agent and Patriots updates! Anthony Aidonidis @aidonidis18
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