Patriots Roster Moves: New England Releases Rookie Kicker Quinn Nordin

Nordin recently returned from injured reserve


December 1, 2021

Quinn Nordin’s future with the Patriots is up in the air.

New England on Wednesday announced the release of the rookie kicker, as well of the release of practice squad defensive back Thakarius (BoPete) Keyes.

Nordin, who showed off an impressively strong leg during training camp, made the initial 53-man roster but landed on injured reserve before the season opener. He was the Patriots’ only rookie free agent signing after the 2021 NFL Draft.

The Michigan product was activated off IR on Monday.

Nordin now is subject to waivers. If he goes unclaimed, he would be able to sign back with the Patriots, who have an open spot on their practice squad.

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