Patriots Reportedly Signing 5-Time Pro Bowl WR

Houston Texans wide receiver Demaryius Thomas celebrates his touchdown catch during the second half of an NFL football game against the Tennessee Titans Monday Nov. 26 2018 in Houston

Houston Texans wide receiver Demaryius Thomas celebrates his touchdown catch during the second half of an NFL football game against the Tennessee Titans Monday Nov. 26 2018 in Houston

With Patriots offensive weapons exiting left and right - first, Rob Gronkowski's farewell to the game, which was followed by Chris Hogan leaving amicably for the Panthers - New England found its annual reclamation project in the longtime Bronco and former Texans wide receiver. The wideout was drafted by McDaniels and played for him in Denver in 2010.

The Patriots will once again enter a new National Football League season as the defending Super Bowl champs, coming off their 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII.

The Patriots announced the signing of the nine-year National Football League veteran Tuesday afternoon. Between the two teams, Thomas finished 2018 with 59 catches for 677 yards and five touchdowns. Thomas spent the first eight and a half seasons of his career in Denver, where he posted five straight seasons with 1,000-plus receiving yards. Thomas' thirty-six 100-yard receiving performances are tops in team history.

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A former first-round pick, Thomas spent his first eight-plus National Football League seasons with the Broncos, including a stint under former Denver head coach and current Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.

The Patriots certainly had a serious need for a veteran pass-catcher, with Thomas now Julian Edelman, Phillip Dorsett, Bruce Ellington, Maurice Harris, Demoun Patterson and Braxton Berrios on the New England depth chart. Josh Gordon, meanwhile, is still with the organization, but is suspended indefinitely.

Jones, 25, is a veteran of three National Football League seasons with New England after he originally joined the team as a rookie free agent out of auburn on May 6, 2016.

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