The 2018 NFL offseason is officially underway. I will be updating this page with all of the moves the New England Patriots make over the next month, as well as contract details as they are released.

Re-Signed

RB Rex Burkhead (3 years/$9.75 million plus $3.75 million in incentives)

ST/S Nate Ebner (2 years/$5 million)

ST/WR Matthew Slater (2 years/$5.2 million)

LB Marquis Flowers (1 year/$1.75 million plus $800,000 in incentives)

OT LaAdrian Waddle (1 year/$1.75 million)

ST Brandon King (2 years/$2.6 million)

RB/ST Brandon Bolden (1 year/$880,000)

Newly Signed

RB Jeremy Hill (1 year/$1.5 million)

OL Matt Tobin (1 year/$815,000)

DE Adrian Clayborn (2 years/$10 million plus incentives)

Traded For

DT Danny Shelton — from Cleveland Browns (Patriots traded 2019 third for Shelton and pick 159)

CB Jason McCourty — from Cleveland Browns (Patriots traded pick 205 for McCourty and pick 219)

WR Cordarrelle Patterson — from Oakland Raiders (Patriots traded pick 159 for Patterson and pick 210)

Lost

LT Nate Solder — to New York Giants (4 years/$64 million)

CB Malcolm Butler — to Tennessee Titans (5 years/$61.25 million)

WR Danny Amendola — to Miami Dolphins (2 years/$12 million)

RB Dion Lewis — to Tennessee Titans (4 years/$19.8 million plus $3.4 million in incentives)

ST/CB Johnson Bademosi — to Houston Texans (2 years/$6.25 million)

DT Ricky Jean Francois — to Detroit Lions (details unknown)

OT Cameron Fleming — to Dallas Cowboys (1 year/$2.5 million plus $1 million in incentives)

Extended

S Patrick Chung (2 years/$8.4 million plus $1.2 million in incentives)

Free Agents

OLB James Harrison

Released

TE Martellus Bennett

DT Alan Branch (option declined)

LB Shea McClellin

WR Bernard Reedy

EDGE Caleb Kidder

(Note: Contract data via Spotrac.com and overthecap.com; transaction data via Patriots.com and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_NFL_Draft)

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My name is William LaFiandra, and I’m a college student attending the College of the Holy Cross. I’m a big fan of the New England Patriots but also follow any NFL related news. I’ve always enjoyed both writing and sports, so I figured I’d give sports journalism a try. I particularly like analyzing and reading about NFL contracts, rosters, strategies, free agency, and the draft.
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My name is William LaFiandra, and I’m a college student attending the College of the Holy Cross. I’m a big fan of the New England Patriots but also follow any NFL related news. I’ve always enjoyed both writing and sports, so I figured I’d give sports journalism a try. I particularly like analyzing and reading about NFL contracts, rosters, strategies, free agency, and the draft.
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