Patriots fans probably remember Jacob Hollister as an often-injured player who always came up just short of being a productive player. That’s not an inaccurate description of his time in New England, but the 27-year-old turned a corner after being traded to Seattle before the 2019 season. In two years with the Seahawks, he caught 66 passes for 558 yards and six touchdowns in an offense that isn’t exactly tight end friendly. Hollister isn’t ever going to be the TE1 the Patriots need, but he’s proven can contribute in a complementary role, which the Patriots would also use. If he signed in New England today, he’d be the best tight end on the roster.