NFL: New England Patriots halten Offensive Tackle Trent Brown
The New England Patriots have agreed with offensive Tackle Trent Brown for a new two-year contract. Brown is thus in his total third season in Foxborough.
Details of the Treaty of the 28-year-old are still unclear, but Brown will return to New England after a free-agent visit to the Seattle Seahawks, where he completed nine games in the previous year.
Brown first played for the Patriots for the first time in 2018. When Left Tackle he helped to win the sixth Super Bowl of the franchise history. Then it went for him to the Raiders, who dismissed him again after the season 2020.
Since his return, Brown played as a Right Tackle for the Patriots, where he is expected to start 2022.
Patriots: Will Leonard Fournette come?
The patriots have lost two starters from the offensive line compared to the preseason - Left Guard Ted Karras joined the Cincinnati Bengal and Right Guard Shaq Mason was warm to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a five-round pick.
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However, free-agent activities in New England do not end. According to media reports, the Patriots receive Running Back Leonard Fournette on Monday, which was active in the past two seasons for the Buccaneers. In addition, the former Patriot Cornerback Malcolm Butler should also be welcomed in the coming days.