Patriots sign WR Kenny Britt to 2-year deal

Patriots sign WR Kenny Britt to 2-year deal

Patriots sign WR Kenny Britt to 2-year deal

Signing with the Patriots doesn't mean Britt is going to be a star, but it does show that Bill Belichick may enjoy trolling the Browns more than previously thought.

The attrition along the right tackle position continues to take a hit, as the Patriots announced Wednesday that they placed Marcus Cannon on injured reserve. Last season was his most successful in the National Football League, catching 68 passes for 1,002 yards and five touchdowns.

Britt played five years with the Tennessee Titans, which picked him 30th overall in the first round.

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He will now have a few days of practice to learn the Patriots' system if he wants to suit up and play on Sunday against the Steelers. He also now becomes the Patriots biggest receiver at 6-foot-3. After catching eight balls through his first four games, he caught 10 in his final five.

In 2014, the Patriots hosted Britt on a free agent visit, but owner Robert Kraft reportedly rejected the potential signing because of multiple off-field issues. He also played in college at Rutgers and is coming off a 1,000-yard receiving season. He had missed the previous three Wednesday sessions with an Achilles injury.

Freeny's second stint with the Patriots lasted just one game, as the team has cut the veteran according to Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal. That's because reports indicate that the New England Patriots are closing in on a deal. Floyd did not do much during his time in New England, and he was only active for one playoff game.

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