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SportNFL Rumors: Patriots O-Lineman Brian Schwenke Retires On Eve Of Training Camp

04:40  25 july  2019
04:40  25 july  2019 Source:   nesn.com

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One day before their first training camp practice of 2019, the Patriots placed center/guard Brian Schwenke on the reserve/ retired list, according to a Schwenke , 28, appeared in three games for the Patriots last season before landing on injured reserve with a broken foot. Before that, he played in 57

The Patriots have placed offensive lineman Brian Schwenke on the reserve/ retired list, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports. Schwenke worked with the first team at left guard during the offseason program. His departure leaves Joe Thuney, David Andrews, Shaq Mason, Ted Karras, James Ferentz, Tyler

The New England Patriots lost one veteran offensive lineman earlier this offseason when tackle Jared Veldheer opted to retire just weeks after signing with the team.

NFL Rumors: Patriots O-Lineman Brian Schwenke Retires On Eve Of Training Camp© Provided by New England Sports Network L.P. Nov 6, 2016; San Diego, CA, USA; Tennessee Titans center Brian Schwenke (62) looks on from the bench during the second half against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. San Diego won 43-35. Mandatory Credit: Orlando Ramirez/USA TODAY Sports Images

On Wednesday, another chose to call it a career.

One day before their first training camp practice of 2019, the Patriots placed center/guard Brian Schwenke on the reserve/retired list, according to a report from ESPN's Mike Reiss.

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The Patriots on Wednesday placed offensive lineman Brian Schwenke on the reserve/ retired list, per Mike Reiss of ESPN. The 6-foot-3, 310-pounder signed a one-year extension with New England in February. As Patriots training camp gets underway, here's the updated offensive line depth chart

The New England Patriots on Wednesday re-signed offensive lineman Brian Schwenke , according to a report from ESPN's Field Yates. The 27-year-old was set to hit free agency when the NFL league year opened next month. Schwenke was on the Patriots ’ 53-man roster for the first nine weeks of the

Schwenke, 28, appeared in three games for the Patriots last season before landing on injured reserve with a broken foot. Before that, he played in 57 games for the Tennessee Titans over five seasons, starting 30.

After signing a one-year contract extension in February, Schwenke was expected to compete for the top interior O-line backup spot this summer with Ted Karras. The two split reps at left guard during minicamp while starter Joe Thuney filled in at left tackle.

Schwenke's retirement opened a spot on the Patriots' 90-man roster. The team's offensive line depth chart now consists of iOLs Karras, James Ferentz, Hjalte Froholdt and Tyler Gauthier and tackles Yodny Cajuste, Cole Croston, Dan Skipper, Cedrick Lang and Tyree St. Louis behind projected starters Isaiah Wynn, Thuney, David Andrews, Shaq Mason and Marcus Cannon.

Croston, who also has played guard for the Patriots, currently is on the physically unable to perform list. Cajuste, a third-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, is on the non-football injury list after undergoing offseason quad surgery.

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