The Patriots are already pretty stacked at defensive end, but it never hurts to bring in more competition, especially when a player has experience in Bill Belichick‘s defense.
That’s likely why New England brought defensive end Trevor Scott in for a visit last Thursday, according to the league’s transaction wire. Scott played for the Patriots in 2012 as a reserve defensive end. Scott started two games last season and piled up 14 tackles, three sacks and one forced fumble in 14 games.
The five-year veteran also visited the Eagles last week. His best season came in 2009, when he recorded seven sacks with the Raiders.
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