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Veteran TE Kyle Rudolph Reportedly Wants to Play for the Patriots

Veteran tight end Kyle Rudolph is looking for a new home after being released by the Minnesota Vikings, and reportedly the vet has his sights set on coming to play for the Patriots.

Rudolph to this point had played all 10 seasons of his NFL career with the Vikings, and in that time has pulled in 453 catches for 4488 with 48 touchdowns.

Last season New England’s leading tight end was Ryan Izzo, who had just 20 catches for 199 yards with no scores.

Tight end is one position of need for the Pats, and despite being 31 years old, he would be an immediate upgrade at the position for New England.


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