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Lloyd signs a one-year deal with the Pats to play under McDaniels again

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Brandon Lloyd has reunited with Josh McDaniels.

Brandon Lloyd and Josh McDaniels with the Denver Broncos (Getty Images)

Brandon Lloyd and Josh McDaniels with the Denver Broncos (Getty Images)

This move has been speculated for weeks. Lloyd signed a one-year deal with the New England Patriots, where McDaniels is the offensive coordinator.

Lloyd played for McDaniels first in Denver, when McDaniels was the head coach. Two years ago, he had a career-year under McDaniels, where he caught 77 passes for 1,448 yards and 11 touchdowns.

After starting last season separated, Lloyd would eventually be traded to the St. Louis Rams to be reunited with McDaniels. The Rams acquired Lloyd on October 17th, 2011 for a conditional draft pick.

He played in 11 games for the Rams. He had 51 receptions for 683 yards and five touchdowns.

He had 70 receptions for 966 yards in 15 games for both the Rams and Broncos. He has 311 receptions for 4,784 yards.

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