Patriots Agree To Terms With Fourth-Round Draftee Rhamondre Stevenson

Stevenson is the latest to join the Patriots backfield

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The New England Patriots announced the signing of yet another one of their 2021 NFL Draft picks.

Rhamondre Stevenson, who the Patriots selected in the fourth round, has agreed to terms, the team announced Wednesday evening.

Terms of the contract, however, were not announced.

The 23-year-old running back was selected out of Oklahoma with the 120th pick.

Stevenson, the heaviest running back ever drafted by Bill Belichick measures in at 6-foot and 246 pounds. He had been described as a wrecking ball of a runner, but should still provide value in the passing game, as well.

Stevenson played in 19 games during his two seasons at Oklahoma and totaled 165 rushing attempts for 1,180 yards with 13 touchdowns. He also caught 28 passes for 298 yards.

NESN.com published an extensive review of what Patriots fans can expect from Stevenson, which you can read here.

He will join New England’s running back depth chart headlined by Damien Harris, Sony Michel and James White.

The Patriots have now signed William Sherman and Tre Nixon along with linebacker Cameron McGrone.

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