By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
He is returning on a four-year deal. Financial terms are not disclosed at this time.
It looked like he was going to leave initially, as the Patriots elected to let him test free agency. The two sides could not agree to terms before Wednesday during the negotiate a deal during the two-day window before the start of free agency.
When Andrews entered the market, there was a lukewarm interest in him. Many free agents have seen little interest in their services since the start of the market.
With Andrews returning, the Patriots add another player to this free agent market. Head Coach Bill Belichick — who also oversees their football operations department — and those working with him have been very busy in signing players, as they have spent over $200 million in free-agent signings thus far.
Also, with Andrews staying put, it solidifies their offensive line for their run-orientated offense. Belichick is doing everything he can to add pieces to not miss the playoffs once again.
So far, the Patriots have only lost one key player from last year’s team. That’s Joe Thuney, who signed a massive contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Patriots have been very active in free agency. Besides re-signing Andrews, the team has signed Montravius Adams, Kyle Van Noy, Ted Karras, Hunter Henry, Henry Anderson, Kendrick Bourne, Nelson Agholor, Matt Judon, Davon Godchaux, and Jonnu Smith.
Also, the team made a trade with the Las Vegas Raiders for Trent Brown, who departed the Patriots two years ago to sign with the Raiders.
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