Updating a previous item, Danny Amendola's five-year Patriots contract is worth $28.5 million.
CSN New England reports Danny Amendola completed his Patriots contract on Tuesday, and that it wasn't a reaction to Wes Welker leaving for Denver.
Coach Bill Belichick has previously said that the Patriots' offense sets up the slot for big production.
The Rams were reportedly willing to pay Danny Amendola roughly $4 million per year.
Patriots agreed to terms with Danny Amendola, formerly of the Rams, on a five-year, $31 million contract.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Patriots began pursuing free agent Danny Amendola during the weekend's "legal tampering" period.
A source with "knowledge of the market" tells PFT slot receivers are "getting screwed," and could lead to free agent Danny Amendola re-signing with the Rams.
Profootballtalk.com reports Danny Amendola is "down to two teams" and poised to take a free-agent visit.
Appearing on NFL Live Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Titans have jumped into the running for free agent Danny Amendola.
The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens "hold some interest in" free agent Danny Amendola.
The Philly Inquirer's Les Bowen is "not hearing" the Eagles are interested in free agent Danny Amendola.
Citing a source with "direct knowledge" of the Eagles' plans, CSN Philly reports the club is "interested in pursuing" free agent Danny Amendola.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Rams are not expected to re-sign free agent Danny Amendola due to his contract demands.
SI's Peter King expects the Eagles to show interest in free agent Danny Amendola.