Here’s how the Patriots roster has changed since the Super Bowl
NFL free agency is in progress, and the Patriots’ roster is changing with the departure of some players as free agents and the acquisition of some new faces. Some players have also chosen to remain in New England.
Here’s a look at what has transpired:
■ Cordarrelle Patterson, receiver, via a trade with the Oakland Raiders. Terms of the deal reportedly include a swap of late-round draft picks.
■ Matt Tobin, offensive tackle, signed as a free agent.
■ Adrian Clayborn, defensive end, signed as a free agent.
■ Jermey Hill, running back, signed as a free agent.
■ Jason McCourty, cornerback, via a trade with the Cleveland Browns. Patriots also receive a 2018 seventh-round pick, and send a sixth-round pick in 2018 to Cleveland.
■ Danny Shelton, defensive tackle via trade with the Cleveland Browns. Patriots also get 2018 fifth-round pick. Cleveland received a 2019 third-round pick
■ Johnson Bademosi, special teams, to the Houston Texans, two years, $6.5 million
■ Danny Amendola, wide receiver, to the Miami Dolphins, two years, $12 million.
■ Malcolm Butler, defensive back, to the Tennessee Titans, five years, $61 million.
■ Dion Lewis, running back, to the Tennessee Titans, four years, $20 million
■ Nate Solder, offensive tackle, to the New York Giants, four years, $62 million.
■ Alan Branch, defensive tackle, Patriots declined to pick up option.
■ Ricky Jean Francois, defensive tackle, said he will be moving on from New England for the 2018 season.
■ Matthew Slater, special teams, two year, terms unknown
■ Rex Burkhead, running back, three years, $13.5 million.
■ Brandon King, special teams/defensive back, two years, $2.6 million.
■ Nate Ebner, special teams/defensive back, two years, $5 million.
■ Brandon Bolden, special teams/running back, one year, $880,000.
Cuts since Super Bowl LII
■ Shea McClellin, linebacker
■ Martellus Bennett, tight end
■ Bernard Reedy, wide receiver