Patriots Acquire Trent Brown From 49ers

Patriots Acquire Trent Brown From 49ers

After rising through the ranks to take on a full-time starting role in 2016, Brown subsequently missed six games past year with a number of different injuries, primarily one to his shoulder.

San Francisco used the ninth pick on Thursday night on tackle Mike McGlinchey.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network Insider, the 49ers signed Tartt to a contract extension worth $13 million.

After using their top 2018 National Football League draft choice on Georgia offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn, the Patriots have added two players that project to contribute along the offensive line this season.

The 49ers weren't ready to commit to Brown after this season when he will be eligible to be a free agent, instead choosing his replacement in the draft.

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Field Yates has previous experience interning with the New England Patriots on both their coaching and scouting staffs. He has 181 tackles, nine passes defensed, 3½ sacks, two interceptions and one forced fumble in 39 games. After all, the Niners had two starting-caliber tackles penciled in for the upcoming season, Joe Staley and Trent Brown.

Asked after that pick whether Brown was a potential trade candidate, Kyle Shanahan passed the question over to John Lynch.

The Patriots packaged the No. 117 pick (acquired from the Lions in the first trade of the day) with the Patriots' original second-round pick (No. 63) to move up to No. 56 overall and select Florida cornerback Duke Dawson.

"Our whole philosophy on the whole offensive line is that we'll put the best five guys out there and however it sorts itself out, it'll sort itself out", said Nick Caserio, the Patriots' director of player personnel. "Right now, we're pleased to have great competition at that spot".