For what looks like the final move of the day, the Patriots have signed versatile Defensive Lineman Henry Anderson to a 2 year deal, according to Ian Rapoport.
The deal is said to be worth $7M across the two years, and Anderson can earn up to $11M in incentives.
Anderson, 29, has been in the NFL since 2015, starting his career with the Colts. He spent time as both a DT and a DE, with 65 career tackles and 3 sacks with the Colts in 29 games. After 3 seasons with the Colts, Anderson went to the Jets.
With the Jets, the 6-6 defensive lineman appeared in 45 games from 2018-2020, making 8.5 sacks playing as mainly a DE.