After two Super Bowl wins and thousands of rushing yards, LeGarrette Blount has signed a contract to play for a new team in 2017.

During the four years he played with New England, Blount rushed for a total of 2,917 rushing yards, 34 rushing touchdowns, and 137 receptions.  He also had a career high 18 TDs on the ground last season with New England as a 30-year old running back.

The Patriots gave Blount an unrestricted free agent tender and can potentially receive a draft pick as compensation from Philadelphia as a result.  The tender was the first time a team used it since Seattle offered one to Frank Beede in 2000.

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