Found March 16, 2013 on Pats Propaganda:
Patriots release Brandon Lloyd.  It’s likely he comes back on a reduced deal, but he was the only legitimate target left who had actually caught a pass from Tom Brady before. Pats are ruthless and fearless.

New England Releases Brandon Lloyd

Late Saturday afternoon, the New England Patriots released WR Brandon Lloyd.  He was due a $3 million roster bonus this weekend and the team and Lloyd couldn’t agree to a restructuring of his contract. It is expected that Lloyd will most likely return and probably fairly quickly with a new contract. He signed with New England as a free agent last season and in his first...

New England Sends Brandon Lloyd Packing

New England continues to stay busy and releases another receiver in Brandon Lloyd. Lloyd was second in receptions with the Patriots last year behind Wes Welker with 74 for 911 yards and four touchdowns.  He was due to make $1.9 million in 2013 that would have come with a $4.9 million cap hit. The Patriots look to new hires Danny Amendola and Donald Jones to take the place of their...

Patriots will release Brandon Lloyd

According to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, the New England Patriots will release wide receiver Brandon Lloyd. Wide receiver Brandon Lloyd’s tenure with the Patriots has come to an end. The Pats will release Lloyd, according to a source. It will happen before tomorrow at 4 p.m., when he is scheduled to earn his $3 million option bonus. With the addition of Danny Amendola and...

Patriots To Release WR Brandon Lloyd

According to Jeff Howe, the Patriots will release WR Brandon Lloyd before he is due to make a $3 million roster bonus at 4pm tomorrow.   The Patriots will release Brandon Lloyd, according to a source. — Jeff Howe (@jeffphowe) March 16, 2013   Lloyd caught 74 passes for 911 yards and 4 touchdowns last season, but went through slumps where it looked like he couldn’t catch a cold...

Report: Patriots & Brandon Lloyd Discussing A Restructured Contract

Mike Reiss of reports that the Patriots and WR Brandon Lloyd are in talks regarding a restructured contract. “They signed Donald Jones, they have Emmanuel Sanders (at club headquarters), and they’ve gotta make a decision on Brandon Lloyd,” said Adam Schefter on SportsCenter, via Rotoworld. “He’s got a $3 million roster bonus. Brandon Lloyd would like to work...

Lloyd release latest move in Patriots' receiver shakeup

The odds were "against" receiver Brandon Lloyd staying in Foxborough for another season. Saturday, the New England Patriots acted accordingly.In the midst of yet another another major receiver shakeup in New England, the Patriots released Lloyd and relieved themselves of his near $5 million cap hit, according to Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald.Rumors surfaced earlier in...

Reiss: Patriots, Brandon Lloyd Talking New Deal

In the wake of Wes Welker heading to the Mile High City, ESPN's Mike Reiss is reporting that the New England Patriots are now in talks to give wide receiver Brandon Lloyd a new deal. Lloyd is due a $3 million bonus by the weekend and it is widely speculated that the Patriots will not pick it up. Instead, the team and Lloyd are trying to reach a new deal to return to Foxboro....

NFL Free Agency: New England Patriots release WR Brandon Lloyd

Despite conflicting reports this morning about whether or not the New England Patriots have signed a tender offer with Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, it has been announced that the Patriots have parted ways with veteran receiver Brandon Lloyd. The Patriots are making a concerted effort to revamp their receiving corps, but seem to be going about the process in...

Patriots Release WR Brandon Lloyd, Still No Offer Sheet For Steelers WR Emmanuel Sanders

The New England Patriots, as expected, released veteran wide receiver Brandon Lloyd on Saturday to avoid paying him the $3 million roster bonus that he was due. Lloyd was also scheduled to earn a base salary of $1.9 million in addition to that bonus. Now that the Patriots have cleared more salary cap room, they could decide to sign Pittsburgh Steelers restricted free agent Emmanuel...

Report: Tom Brady’s Team-Friendly Extension Not ‘Ironclad,’ Could Be Renegotiated in Wake of Wes Welker Leaving

Tom Brady has every reason to ask for his money back. And he might just get it. Brady signed a three-year, $27 million contract extension on Feb. 25, a move that gave the Patriots more cap space to sign free agents and was widely believed to be meant to clear the way for the team to re-sign Wes Welker. But Welker signed with the Broncos on Wednesday instead, with the circumstances...

Wes Welker Says He’ll Miss BFF Tom Brady

The good news for Welker, is if you are going to leave Tom Brady, Peyton Manning is not a bad backup plan. Better than going to play for the Christian Ponders of the world. The Patriots didn’t want Welker, so he had to move on and he made he right choice. Here is what he had to say about Brady. “Yeah, that was definitely probably the hardest part, leaving Tom,” Welker said...
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