New England Patriots

The New England Patriots continued to ride the carousel of free agent wide receiver workouts Wednesday, bringing veteran Jeremy Kerley in for a sweat, per the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Kerley’s trip to Foxboro comes less than two weeks after his release from the Buffalo Bills.

The 5-foot-9 Kerley played in just one game for the Bills, their 47-3 Week 1 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, prior to his release and caught two passes for seven yards in the losing effort. Kerley also fielded two punt returns in that beatdown, totaling 10 yards.

Prior to his unsuccessful stint with the Bills, Kerley spent six of his seven NFL seasons with the New York Jets, with whom he caught 22 passes (one for a touchdown) and totaled 217 yards in eight games last season.

The 29-year-old caught a career-high 67 passes (and was targeted a career-high 115 times) with the San Francisco 49ers in 2016, and tied a career-best mark with three touchdown grabs.

Kerley joins a long list of free agent wideout visits that includes Dontrelle Inman, Brandon Tate, and Kendall Wright.

The Patriots have had just three wide receivers active in back-to-back weeks, added Josh Gordon via trade last week, and will not get Julian Edelman back until Week 5 against the Colts.