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Pats Pulpit Mar 21, 2019
Report: Patriots and kicker Stephen Gostkowski working towards a new contract

Report: Patriots and kicker Stephen Gostkowski working towards a new contract

With Ryan Allen re-signed, New England’s moving on to locking up one of the league’s most consistent kickers. Man, it’s like our fearless leader Bernd has been texting Bill this week or something: Bernd on Wednesday: The Patriots have only one real need at the moment Bill: Yeah, I got it (hint: that one real need he’s referring to wasn’t whichever wide receiver killed it on your 2014 fantasy team) After a couple weeks of free agency, kicker Stephen Gostkowski still hadn’t crossed the T’s and dotted the lowercase J’s with anyone despite some outside interest and the...
Pats Pulpit Mar 21, 2019
Breaking down how the return of Ryan Allen impacts the Patriots’ salary cap

Breaking down how the return of Ryan Allen impacts the Patriots’ salary cap

The details are in on Ryan Allen’s one-year deal that keeps him in Foxborough for 2019. On Thursday, ESPN’s Mike Reiss provided the details on punter Ryan Allen’s new one-year contract with the Patriots. Punter Ryan Allen: 1 year, $1.55 millionSigning bonus: $100kBase salary: $900kRoster bonus: $500k ($31,250 per game)Incentives: $50,000 (Pro Bowl)ANALYSIS: Modest deal that sets Allen up for increase on open market in 2020 if he performs well. Coming off great SB53.— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) March 21, 2019 As Reiss stated, the deal is modest. Its its $1.5 million 2019 cash total...
Pats Pulpit Mar 20, 2019
New England Patriots links 3/20/19 - With 12 draft picks, Pats will have massive influx of young talent

New England Patriots links 3/20/19 - With 12 draft picks, Pats will have massive influx of young talent

Daily news and links for Wednesday TEAM TALK Patriots 2019 Free Agent Tracker. Patriots re-sign wide receiver Phillip Dorsett. Erik Scalavino passes along a report that the Patriots re-signed punter Ryan Allen. Erik Scalavino tackles this week’s Unfiltered Q&A: Patriots team-building questions continue. Erik Scalavino notes NFL Films is continuing its Super Bowl tradition, flying the Patriots flag at its headquarters in Philadelphia. Plus video (49 seconds). Don Banks’ Snap Judgments: Taking stock of NFL free agency moves Patriots head coach Bill Belichick rocks Alabama gear at...
ClutchPoints Mar 19, 2019
Report: Patriots re-sign punter Ryan Allen

Report: Patriots re-sign punter Ryan Allen

Punters are people too. The New England Patriots let that be known by re-signing their own punter Ryan Allen today. This news comes according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The money involved has not been disclosed yet but the Patriots punter will be back in 2019—on a one-year deal. Allen has been the punter […] The post Report: Patriots re-sign punter Ryan Allen appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NESN.com Mar 19, 2019

Patriots Re-Signing Free-Agent Punter Ryan Allen To One-Year Contract

The New England Patriots are bringing back at least one of their free-agent specialists. The Patriots are re-signing free-agent punter... Read More »
Pats Pulpit Mar 19, 2019
Patriots re-sign punter Ryan Allen to a 1-year deal

Patriots re-sign punter Ryan Allen to a 1-year deal

The Super Bowl hero will return! The New England Patriots are re-signing punter Ryan Allen to a 1-year contract, per NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport and ESPN’s Mike Reiss. The #Patriots are re-signing punter Ryan Allen, source said. The team’s punter since 2013 and a priority, Allen is back in the fold for 2019.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 19, 2019 Punter Ryan Allen and the Patriots have reached agreement on a 1-year deal, per a source.— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) March 19, 2019 Allen has served as the team’s punter since signing as an undrafted free agent in 2013 and has...
Pats Pulpit Mar 6, 2019
Pats Pulpit Podcast Episode 143: Previewing the Patriots and 2019 NFL free agency

Pats Pulpit Podcast Episode 143: Previewing the Patriots and 2019 NFL free agency

Which players will stay? Which ones will go? The New England Patriots need to replenish the talent on their roster as they try to defend their Super Bowl title and they’re going to have a tough time in 2019 free agency. The team is set to lose some key starters- or will have to break the bank in order to retain them. Trey Flowers. Trent Brown. Jason McCourty, Jonathan Jones, and Eric Rowe. Stephen Gostkowski and Ryan Allen. Malcom Brown and Danny Shelton. Chris Hogan, Cordarrelle Patterson, and Phillip Dorsett. Which players will stay? Which players will leave? And which free agents from...

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