On Monday, the New England Patriots created the choice to waive quarterback Matt Corral, according to Doug Kidd of the Boston Herald. On the other hand, the group then re-signed him to their practice squad the following day. These current events mark a busy and somewhat tumultuous period for Coral.
Initially, Corral joined the Patriots just after getting waived by the Panthers following final roster cuts. He participated in 3 practices with the group ahead of eventually leaving. Simply because of this departure, the Patriots placed Corral on the exempt/left squad list.
In an try to fill the void left by Corral’s departure, the Patriots signed Ian Book to their practice squad final week, producing him the No. three quarterback behind Mack Jones and Bailey Zapp. On the other hand, the group created the surprising choice to waive each Buck and Corral on Monday.
Now Corral is back with the Patriots as their third quarterback. It really is worth noting that he missed his complete rookie season with a foot injury. Through this year’s preseason, Corral completed 28 of 47 passes for 249 yards, with one particular interception, whilst playing for the Panthers.