The New England Patriots biggest off-season move was trading retired tight end Rob Gronkowski to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Other than that Bill Belichick has been very quiet due to the cap position as well as dealing with the roster post-Tom Brady. On Wednesday the Patriots signed the final outstanding draftee from the 2020 NFL Draft class.
According to the team, second-round draft pick Kyle Dugger, a Division II defensive back, has come to terms on a contract making him the final signing from their 2020 NFL draft class.
With Dugger signed the Patriots roster is essentially set for Belichick to start evaluating the fit of players within his system and swap pieces in and out as he sees fit.
WR: N’Keal Harry, Mohamed Sanu Sr. Marqise Lee, Quincy Adeboyjo, Matthew Slater, Will Hastings, Isaiah Zuber, Julian Edelman, Damiere Byrd, Jakobi Meyers, Gunner Olszweski, Devin Ross, Sean Riley, Jeff Thomas
LT: Isaiah Wynn, Justin Herron
C: David Andrews, Dustin Woodard
RG: Shaq Mason, Najee Toran, Michael Onwenu
LE: Lawrence Guy, Nick Thurman, Nick Coe
LB: Brandon Copeland, Tashawn Bower, Josh Uche, Ja’Whaun Bentley, Terez Hall, Kyahva Tezino, Dont’a Hightower, Cassh Malula, De’Jon Harris, Chase Winovich, Shilique Calhoun, Derek Rivers, Anfernee Jennings
K: Justin Rohrwasser
P: Jake Bailey
LS: Joe Cardona