Following the Patriots’ final cuts on Saturday, we know the personnel at each position group heading into the regular season. Here’s a glance.
Tom Brady: 15th season, 207 starts, fresh off having four-game suspension overturned and even more motivated.
Jimmy Garoppolo: second season, no starts, completed 76.3 percent of his passes in preseason.
LeGarrette Blount: sixth season, suspended one game, will carry majority of load in running game once he returns.
Brandon Bolden: fourth season, valued on special teams, could see more action when Blount is out.
Travaris Cadet: fourth season, will get his fair shake with Blount out.
Dion Lewis: fourth season, shifty runner who will have decent role in offense.
James White: second season, could play a role in passing game out of backfield.
Danny Amendola: seventh season, didn’t live up to expectations last season, will play a role in punt return game.
Aaron Dobson: third season, second biggest receiver on the roster behind Brandon LaFell.
Julian Edelman: seventh season, will be Brady’s main target, especially while LaFell is out.
Chris Harper: rookie out of Cal, dazzled on plays throughout the summer, likely made the team with the release of Reggie Wayne.
Brandon LaFell: sixth season, on the PUP list until Week 7, biggest receiver of the bunch.
Matthew Slater: eighth season, special teams ace and valued leader in locker room.
David Andrews: undrafted rookie out of Georgia, will serve as backup center.
Nate Solder: fifth season, had an up-and-down 2014 season, but played the whole year after treatment for testicular cancer, play became more consistent in the postseason.
Sebastian Vollmer: seventh season, started 15 regular season games last year at right tackle.
Marcus Cannon: fifth season, started four games last season and saw action in all 16 regular season games.
Josh Kline: third season, logged time at right and left guard last season, starting four games and playing in 12.
Shaq Mason: rookie out of Georgia Tech, will have to adjust from a run-heavy attack to a more pro-style offense.
Bryan Stork: second season, anchors line at center, started 11 games last year and played in 13.
Ryan Wendell: seventh season, played center and right guard last season, starting 12 games and playing in 14.
Tre’ Jackson: rookie out of Florida State, who will likely be a factor at the guard position.
Scott Chandler: eighth season, will serve as No. 2 tight end, was signed by the Patriots this offseason after five seasons with the Bills.
Rob Gronkowski: sixth season, poised for back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, healthy entering the season for the second straight year.
Michael Hoomanawanui: sixth season, a serviceable third stringer who the Patriots have kept around for going on four seasons now.
Michael Williams: third season, a big tight end (300 pounds) who can also play offensive line and has the versatility the Patriots like.
Patrick Chung: seventh season, has spent all but one season of his career with the Patriots, starting 15 of 16 games last season.
Nate Ebner: fourth season, special teams standout.
Duron Harmon: third season, will rotate in opposite McCourty.
Devin McCourty: sixth season, unquestioned leader of the secondary, has starting spot locked up.
Jordan Richards: rookie out of Stanford, touted for his smarts.
Tavon Wilson: fourth season, will also rotate in alongside Chung and Harmon.
Tarell Brown: ninth season, has one of top two spots, along with Butler.
Malcolm Butler: second season, wants to solidify his spot in the lineup and shake the notion that he’ll only be known for his Super Bowl-saving interception.
Bradley Fletcher: seventh season, new to the Patriots after two years with the Eagles and four with the Rams.
Logan Ryan: third season, started six games last season.
Jamie Collins: third season, freakish athlete who is expected to build on the breakout season he had last year.
Jonathan Freeny: fourth season, his first season in New England after four years in Miami.
Dont’a Hightower: fourth season, a staple in the linebacking corps last season, especially after Mayo went down.
Rufus Johnson: second season, little known player who was cut by the Saints this time last year before the Patriots signed him to a reserve contract last December.
Eric Martin: third season, the little-used player spent his first two years in the league with the Browns before the Patriots added him to their practice squad last December.
Jerod Mayo: eighth season, the vocal leader and quarterback of the front seven returns after missing the majority of last year with a torn pectoral muscle.
Chandler Jones: fourth season, complements Rob Ninkovich in bringing pressure and setting the edge, started six games last season and played in 10 total.
Rob Ninkovich: 10th season, consistent along the line and versatile, started all 16 games last season.
Trey Flowers: rookie out of Arkansas, had a solid training camp.
Geneo Grissom: rookie out of Oklahoma, had a decent camp and will be used in rotation.
Alan Branch: ninth season, efficient in a limited role last season but it took him two weeks to pass his physical before he could join his teammates during training camp.
Malcom Brown: rookie out of Texas, expected to help fill the void left by Vince Wilfork’s departure.
Dominique Easley: second season, will be effective if he can stay healthy.
Jabaal Sheard: fifth season, acquired by New England after a trade with Cleveland.
Sealver Siliga: fourth season, helps fortify the interior alongside Branch, Brown, and Easley.
Khyri Thornton: second season, the 6-3, 315-pounder was a third-round pick of Green Bay in 2014
Ryan Allen, P: third season, averaged 46.4 yards per punt last season and has had just one blocked in his two seasons.
Joe Cardona, LS: rookie out of the US Naval Academy, was the final piece to the special teams puzzle when the Patriots took a chance on him in the fifth round of this year’s draft.
Stephen Gostkowski, K: 10th season, made 94.6 percent of his field goals last season and led the league with 35 made field goals.