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The New England Patriots haven’t made a momentous splash during this 2012 NFL Free Agency frenzy, but Bill Belichick and company tend to make their mark during the draft.
In addition, the team has worked well behind-the-scenes on the open market. Quarterback Tom Brady restructured his contract last week to provide the Patriots with more than $7 million in extra room for the 2012 season.
Brian McIntyre reports that Brady converted $4.8 million of his base salary, as well as $6.25 million of other bonuses into a signing bonus that can be prorated over the last three years of Brady’s deal. His cap number dropped from $15.2 million to $8 million for the upcoming season, but climbed to $21.8 million for 2013 and 2014.
The Pats weren’t at all cap-strapped prior to restructuring Brady’s contract, but the decision certainly hasn’t hurt, as the team has recently loaded up on quality free agents, including guard Robert Gallery and wide receivers Donte’ Stallworth, Anthony Gonzalez and Brand...
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The Broncos versatile fullback, Spencer Larsen, has signed with the New England Patriots.
Larsen is now reunited with New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
This report is per Greg A. Bedard.
Was close, now the Patriots and FB/LB Spencer Larsen have agreed on a two-year deal, a league source said.
— Greg A. Bedard (@GregABedard) March 22, 2012
Larsen has been a...
Thursday afternoon it was reported, by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, that the New England Patriots and veteran wide receiver Deion Branch had agreed to the terms on a one-year contract.
With all of New England’s recent transactions at the wide receiver position, many may have believed that there was simply not enough room for Branch and that the team was going to move on without...
Deion Branch - NFL Wide Receiver (by BillySpikes37)
Patriots reach a one-year deal with Deion Branch
Good news and a solid depth player at this point. You know Brady trusts him and he’ll provide good leadership and insurance should injuries or other issues arise. Always happy to have a former Super Bowl MVP back even if he’s not quite the threat he once was.
The New England Patriots and fullback Spencer Larsen have agreed to terms on a two-year contract, according to ESPN Boston.
The 6’2”, 245-pounder visited with the Patriots earlier this week, and apparently both sides felt like they could get a deal done.
The one thing that sticks out to me the most is that Larsen played under offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels when...
WR Deion Branch, thought be a goner, will be back with the Patriots for at least another season.
ESPN’ Insider Adam Schefter reports that the Patriots and Branch agreed on Thursday to a one-year deal.
Branch, 32, had 51 catches for 702 yards and five touchdowns last season. On his twitter account, Branch posted “It's truly an honor and a blessing to be back with #Patriots...
The New England Patriots have re-signed wide receiver Deion Branch and signed free agent fullbacks Tony Fiammetta and Spencer Larsen.
Branch had 51 catches for 702 yards and five touchdowns last season. He was drafted by the Patriots in 2002, traded to Seattle in 2006 and re-acquired in 2010. He is part of a wide receiver corps that includes recently signed free agents Brandon Lloyd...
Spencer Larsen has signed a two-year deal with the New England Patriots. Larsen, formerly of the Denver Broncos, is a fullback and linebacker, who also plays special teams. He once started a game on special teams, at fullback and linebacker for the Broncos.
Pretty safe to say he is a Bill Belichick type of player.
The Mesa AZ native went to the University of Arizona and...
Pats Keep WR Deion Branch:
The New England Patriots reached agreement Thursday on a one-year deal with receiver Deion Branch, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
The New England Patriots, who have been signing free agents like Bill Belichick had a Groupon, have dipped into the well and come back with one of their own as they re-sign WR Deion Branch.
Branch, long one of QB Tom Brady’s favorite targets, is in his second stint with the Patriots after returning in a 2010 midseason trade with Seattle. He originally was with New England from...
FOXBORO, Mass. -- It only seemed like a matter of time before the Patriots and wide receiver Deion Branch ironed out a contract to remain together in 2012, and it finally happened Thursday. Coincidentally, or not, the news of the deal came down about an hour after Patriots owner Robert Kraft expressed his desire to retain Branch. "I truly hope that Deion Branch remains with...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New England Patriots have re-signed free agent wide receiver Deion Branch to a one-year deal.
The 32 year-old Branch had a very good season in 2011 with 51 receptions for 702 yards and 5 touchdowns. He clearly not what he once was, but he ‘s still a viable contributor in the Patriots passing game.
The New England Patriots have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with free agent wide receiver Deion Branch, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Financial terms were not disclosed. A full-time starter in 2011, Branch caught 51 passes for 702 yards and five touchdowns, finishing fourth in each category behind Wes Welker and tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez in all three...
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