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Patriots reportedly hosted 2 free agents -- a cornerback and offensive lineman -- on Friday

Ryan Hannable
March 16, 2018 - 4:51 pm

It appears Friday was a busy day at Gillette Stadium.

In addition to Adrian Clayborn and Jeremy Hill, it appears the Patriots hosted two other free agents.

According to multiple reports, the Patriots hosted cornerback Delvin Breaux and offensive tackle Matt Tobin.

Breaux played in the Arena League and Canadian Football League before signing with the Saints in 2015. He's battled multiple injuries that have caused him to miss most of the last two seasons. He's had a fractured fibula, a shoulder issue and then another fibula fracture, which was misdiagnosed by team doctors. Because of this, he missed all of last season. It doesn't appear the Patriots need another cornerback, so he would just be a depth player.

Lane spent his first four seasons with the Eagles before he was traded to Seattle last season. Over the course of his career he has started 21 games. Tobin would likely be an option to replace Nate Solder.

Although the Patriots weren't active in the first wave of signings, it appears they are more active now that the prices have dropped.

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