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09 June 2017, 09:13 | Rose Hansen
New England Patriots New England Patriots Rumor Team Nearing Contract Extension With Julian Edelman
Adam Schefter of ESPN reported the news. Specific details regarding the structure of the new contract aren't immediately available, but Edelman will be inked in as a Patriot for the next few years. Ultimately, Edelman can make up to $15 million in the two years and is now signed through 2019.
With starting quarterback Tom Brady getting up their in age, getting the ball out quickly is immensely important for the Patriots passing game. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Edelman's deal, which is for a team-friendly amount, is for two-years and $11 million with $9 million in guarantees. He also made a key catch in the Super Bowl that helped the Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons. It was his second 1,000-yard season and the third time he's caught at least 90 passes.
Earlier, Edelman said the Patriots' the new receiving unit is expected to improve as the days go by, making the team more risky offensively.
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