FOXBORO, Mass. — The New England Patriots continued to make moves in free agency Wednesday, reportedly agreeing to bring back DT Lawrence Guy on a four-year contract, according to ESPN’s Mike Reiss. The amount of money Guy had signed for has not yet been disclosed.
Joining the Patriots in the 2017 offseason, Guy has played for New England for the last four seasons, playing his way to two Super Bowls.
A member of the interior part of the team’s defensive line, Guy has played in all but two regular season games since signing with the Patriots, with last year being the first season he did not play the full 16 games since his 2014 campaign.
Guy will join fellow defensive linemen Davon Godchaux, Montravius Adams and Henry Anderson, all of whom signed with New England during free agency. The team reportedly also re-signed veteran RB James White on Wednesday, the latest in a line of veteran re-signings that also includes C David Andrews.