The Patriots and offensive tackle Trent Brown have reached an agreement on a modified contract. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the group incorporated an further $two million in incentives for this season, bringing the total worth of his contract to $13 million. Initially, Brown signed a two-year, $11.five million contract with the Patriots just just before the commence of the 2022 season, with the possible for an further $four.five million in incentives. For this season, his base salary will be $four million. On the other hand, it is crucial to note that Brown will nonetheless turn into a cost-free agent in March. Presently in his third season with the Patriots, Brown previously played for the 49ers, Patriots and Raiders.

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