Patriots cut Jason King

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The Patriots announced they have released offensive lineman Jason King.

King, 24, signed a futures contract with New England on February 6.

He originally entered the NFL as a rookie free agent on May 5, 2017, signing with the Patriots. King went through training camp with the team, but the Patriots released him before the start of the regular season.

King joined New England’s practice squad on September 20, but it released him October 9. The Ravens signed him to their practice squad on October 31, and he spent two weeks there.

The Patriots re-signed him to their active roster on November 28, released him December 2 and re-signed him to the practice squad December 5.

5 responses to “Patriots cut Jason King

  1. Ha,ha, ha let’s bash the Patriots. I don’t really know where to start, so I will just pick low fruit and say they only signed him back to get the Ravens playbook, cause they must have created for the last 17 years….it’s all I got, don’t hate me

  2. Sounds like he’s the new Ray Ventrone. Holding down the fort at the bottom of the roster, getting cut whenever Bill sees a shiny new player on the waiver wire that he wants to evaluate.

  3. Football is a brutal sport where you sacrifice your body and get treated like a commodity. I never begrudge any player’s efforts to make the most money possible for their efforts. I hope this player’s dreams come true and he improves just enough to stick somewhere in the NFL.

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