Patriots waive offensive lineman Ross Reynolds
Heading into Friday, the Patriots had just 10 open spots on their 90-man roster. That number is notable because the team also has 10 picks in the upcoming NFL Draft.
If the Patriots want to participate in the UDFA market, they’ll likely need to open up a few roster spots. That process began Friday afternoon, when the team waived guard Ross Reynolds, per the league’s transaction wire.
Reynolds had been with the Patriots since late November, when he was signed to the practice squad. He was active for just one game – the season finale – but did not see the field. The 25-year-old originally entered the league as a UDFA with the 49ers practice squad in 2019.
With Reynolds gone, the Patriots could afford to add some depth on the interior offensive line. Behind starters David Andrews, Shaq Mason, and Michael Onwenu, the team currently has Ted Karras, Marcus Martin, Najee Toran, and Dustin Woodard, who came out of retirement earlier this week.
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