Kyle Arrington Agrees to Two-Year Contract With Patriots

Kyle Arrington Agrees to Two-Year Contract With Patriots FOXBORO, Mass. — Cornerback Kyle Arrington has reached a two-year contract with the Patriots that could potentially be worth as much as $3.275 million, according to his agent, Richard Kopelman.

Arrington has been at Gillette Stadium all week, and he has been involved in team meetings. However, he won't be able to practice until the new collective bargaining agreement is ratified, according to Kopelman.

Arrington, who was a special teams extraordinaire in 2009, really emerged in 2010, as he took over the starting job at right cornerback in Week 3 and progressed throughout the season. With Leigh Bodden back from a shoulder injury, Arrington could contend for the top backup spot along with Darius Butler and rookie Ras-I Dowling.