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  • Patriots' Conor McDermott: Joins Pats' active roster

    The Patriots signed McDermott off the practice squad Saturday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. The move corresponds with New England waiving quarterback Will Grier. McDermott joined the Patriots' practice squad Oct. 17 after reaching an injury settlement with the team Sept. 8. With offensive tackles Calvin Anderson (illness) and Tyrone Wheatley (knee) both on IR, McDermott will provide depth behind Mike Onwenu and Trent Brown.
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  • Conor McDermott: Inks to practice squad

    The Patriots signed McDermott (undisclosed) to the practice squad Tuesday, Mark Daniels of The Providence Journal reports. McDermott spent time with New England before being let go with an injury settlement. Now that he's healthy, the veteran tackle will get a chance to handle an emergency depth role with a familiar team.
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  • Conor McDermott: Let go by Patriots

    New England released McDermott (undisclosed) from injured reserve with an injury settlement Friday, Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston reports. McDermott agreed to a two-year, $3.6 million extension with the Patriots this offseason before getting released with an injury settlement. The 30-year-old tackle has also had stints with the Jets and Bills throughout his seven-year career, appearing in 49 games (12 starts).
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  • Patriots' Conor McDermott: Lands on IR

    The Patriots placed McDermott (undisclosed) on injured reserve Tuesday. The severity of McDermott's injury remains unclear, but barring an injury settlement, he'll be forced to miss the entire 2023 campaign. The 2017 sixth-round pick signed a two-year, $3.6 million extension with the Patriots this offseason after starting the final six games of 2022 at right tackle.
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  • Patriots' Conor McDermott: Inks two-year extension

    The Patriots signed McDermott to a two-year, $3.6 million contract extension Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. New England inked McDermott midway through the 2022 season off the Jets' practice squad, and he did enough to earn a new two-year deal with the team. His new contract includes $750,000 in playing-time incentives. As Yates notes, McDermott finished the final six games of the 2022 season as the Patriots' starting right tackle.
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