#80 Danny Amendola
Apr 14: ESPN's Mike Reiss suggests that Amendola, who is in line to earn a base salary of $5 million and count $6.8 million against the Patriots' salary cap in 2016, will likely need to re-work his deal to be retained by the team. Amendola, who finished up the 2015 regular season with 65 catches for 648 yards and three TDs in 14 games, can still be a useful player for the Patriots, but it looks like he'll probably need to agree to some sort of contract compromise in order to stick around. The Patriots added fellow wideouts Chris Hogan and Nate Washington in free agency, but when healthy, Amendola gives the team both a complement to, and insurance policy for top wideout Julian Edelman, who was limited to nine games this past season.
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