Center David Andrews to explore offers outside the Patriots

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Center David Andrews has elected to see what offers he can get in free agency outside of New England, according to multiple reports.

The Patriots offensive lineman has expressed a desire to remain with New England and worked through offers from the team before electing to more readily avail himself to offers from other teams interested in his services.

The Miami Dolphins and former Patriots assistant coach Brian Flores are expected to make a run at Andrews with him open to options across the league.

Andrews will be one of the most sought after centers available on the market. While Corey Linsley is off the board having reached an agreement with the Los Angeles Chargers, the Las Vegas Raiders sudden release of Rodney Hudson puts another top tier center in the talent pool alongside Andrews.

Andrews returned to the Patriots in 2020 after missing the entirety of the 2019 season due to issues with blood clots. Andrews has played in 72 games with 69 career starts during his five seasons with the Patriots.

10 responses to “Center David Andrews to explore offers outside the Patriots

  1. We don’t need him. Look for BB to field the greatest offensive line of all time using smoke, mirrors and bubble gum. Haven’t been wrong on this yet!

  2. Consistent QB of the OL. Sounds like he is feeling under appreciated after all of the spending.

  3. It will be tough to lose Andrews. The Pats would have to prioritize the position in the draft if he walks.

  4. This is a good player and a Good Man… Please stay with us…. New England wants you.

  5. Are you paying attention Ravens. At least this guy can snap the ball. With Andrews and Ziegler the Ravens could hav one of the better O lines in football

  6. Don’t see Andrews leaving the AFC East. The Jets and Dolphins will fight to give Andrews a well-deserved Pay Day.

  7. Brining in more skill on offense and dropping some key players in the trenches. Very interested to see the Pats take the field this year. AFC East is shaping up to be competitive

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