The New England Patriots made a trade on Tuesday afternoon to sure up the secondary after they acquired Eric Rowe from Philadelphia.

Rowe was dealt to New England for offensive lineman Josh Kline and a fourth round draft pick, which could move to a third depending on the DB's success in 2016.  Rowe was a second round draft pick for Philadelphia in 2015, and started five games with 31 tackles and one interception last year.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Eagles may soon move the newly acquired Kline to another team.

New England will begin the season on September 11th when they face the Arizona Cardinals on the road.