New England Patriots

Dec 4, 2021; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Michigan Wolverines offensive lineman Andrew Stueber (71) against the Iowa Hawkeyes in the Big Ten Conference championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Patriots continue to move through officially signing their 2022 draft class. With two more agreements on Monday, the team now has deals with five of the 10 players they selected two weeks ago.

Guard Chasen Hines and tackle Andrew Stueber are the latest players to agree to their rookie deals. The two offensive linemen were the final two players drafted by the Patriots, with Hines going in the sixth round at 210th overall and Stueber in the 7th at 245th.

Both contract are standard four-year rookie deals. Hines can make up to $3.81 million over the course of his contract. His cap hit for 2022 would be $742,010 according to Spotrac.

Stueber’s deal is worth up to $3.74 over the four years. If he makes the team, his cap hit would be $725,899.

Hines and Stueber join cornerback Marcus Jones, running back Kevin Harris, and defensive lineman Sam Roberts as Patriots draft pick to sign their rookie deals. Five of the first six picks are still unsigned, including first round pick Cole Strange. It’s not uncommon for the signings to take place over multiple months – last year the Patriots didn’t get the final rookie deal done until the week before training camp.

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