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Lloyd Says He Has Interest in Joining the Pats

Rams wide receiver Brandon Lloyd’s career has taken off playing in offenses coordinator by Josh McDaniels, catching 128 receptions for 2,131 yards and 16 touchdowns in 27 games with the Rams and Broncos.

During an appearance on PFT Live, Lloyd, who will be an unrestricted free agent in March, didn’t hide his interest in reuniting with McDaniels, who is now the offensive coordinator with the Patriots.

“Yes, I find that very interesting,” Lloyd said of the Patriots. “I would like to entertain that and see where that goes. There’s no bones about that. I’ve been very successful in Josh McDaniels’ offense, I really admire Tom Brady, I admire that organization and how they run things over there, so I’d definitely be interested in hearing how I could possibly fit into that equation.”

Lloyd’s agent, Tom Condon, does not have a great relationship with the Patriots, but that won’t get in the way of any deal. Retaining Wes Welker could, as the NFL’s leader in receptions is also an unrestricted free agent who could receive the franchise tag, which would take up around $9.5 million of the Patriots’ cap space.

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