New England Patriots Line Up 2023/24


Calvin Anderson76OT276' 5"305 lbs5
David Andrews60C316' 3"300 lbs9
Jake Andrews67C236' 3"308 lbsRookie
Ian BookQB256' 0"206 lbs3
Kendrick Bourne84WR286' 1"205 lbs7
Kayshon Boutte80WR216' 0"197 lbsRookie
Pharaoh Brown86TE296' 5"246 lbs6
Trent Brown77OT306' 8"370 lbs9
Malik Cunningham16QB246' 1"198 lbsRookie
Demario Douglas81WR225' 8"192 lbsRookie
Ezekiel Elliott15RB286' 0"225 lbs8
James Ferentz65G346' 2"290 lbs7
Mike Gesicki88TE276' 6"245 lbs6
Kevin Harris36RB225' 10"225 lbs2
Hunter Henry85TE286' 5"258 lbs8
Jalen Hurd13WR276' 5"230 lbs4
Mac Jones10QB256' 3"220 lbs3
Vederian Lowe59OT246' 6"320 lbs2
T.J. LutherWR236' 1"180 lbsRookie
Atonio Mafi68G226' 3"330 lbsRookie
Ty Montgomery II14WR306' 0"220 lbs9
Tre Nixon82WR256' 2"190 lbs1
Mike Onwenu71G256' 3"350 lbs4
DeVante Parker1WR306' 3"215 lbs9
Jalen Reagor83WR245' 11"197 lbs4
Riley Reiff74OT346' 6"310 lbs12
Kody Russey66C256' 2"295 lbs2
Matthew Slater18WR386' 0"205 lbs16
JuJu Smith-Schuster7WR266' 1"215 lbs7
Matt Sokol87TE276' 5"258 lbs1
Sidy Sow62G256' 5"318 lbsRookie
Rhamondre Stevenson38RB256' 0"227 lbs3
Cole Strange69G256' 5"310 lbs2
Andrew Stueber64G246' 6"318 lbs1
Tyquan Thornton11WR236' 2"185 lbs2
Tyrone Wheatley Jr.72OT266' 6"320 lbs1
Bailey Zappe4QB246' 1"215 lbs2


Christian Barmore90DT246' 5"315 lbs3
Ja'Whaun Bentley8LB276' 2"250 lbs6
Joshuah Bledsoe24S245' 11"207 lbs2
Chris Board45LB286' 2"244 lbs6
Isaiah Bolden7CB236' 2"205 lbsRookie
Myles Bryant27CB255' 9"192 lbs4
Cody Davis22S346' 2"205 lbs11
Kyle Dugger23S276' 2"222 lbs4
Daniel Ekuale95DT296' 3"310 lbs5
Trey Flowers58DE306' 2"265 lbs9
Joe Giles-Harris53LB266' 2"240 lbs4
Davon Godchaux92DT286' 3"330 lbs7
Christian Gonzalez6CB216' 2"205 lbsRookie
Lawrence Guy Sr.93DE336' 4"315 lbs13
Terez Hall59LB266' 2"240 lbs2
William HooperCB236' 0"185 lbsRookie
Anfernee Jennings33LB266' 3"255 lbs4
Jack Jones13CB255' 11"180 lbs2
Jonathan Jones31CB295' 10"185 lbs8
Marcus Jones25CB245' 8"188 lbs2
Matthew Judon9LB316' 3"270 lbs8
Marte Mapu30LB236' 3"230 lbsRookie
Jalen Mills2CB296' 0"200 lbs8
Calvin Munson43LB286' 1"240 lbs5
Jabrill Peppers5S275' 11"217 lbs7
Ronnie Perkins51LB236' 3"250 lbs3
Jeremiah Pharms Jr.70DE266' 3"300 lbs1
Adrian Phillips21S315' 11"208 lbs9
Sam Roberts96DT256' 5"300 lbs2
Brenden Schooler41S266' 1"210 lbs2
Ameer Speed28CB236' 3"215 lbsRookie
Jahlani Tavai48LB266' 2"255 lbs5
Josh Uche55LB246' 3"240 lbs4
Shaun Wade26CB246' 1"195 lbs3
Keion White99DE246' 5"290 lbsRookie
Mack Wilson Sr.3LB256' 1"246 lbs5
Deatrich Wise Jr.91DE296' 6"280 lbs7

Special Teams

Bryce Baringer17P246' 3"215 lbsRookie
Chad Ryland37PK236' 0"195 lbsRookie
Corliss Waitman15P286' 2"215 lbs2

Since the Tom Brady era concluded, the Patriots reached the playoffs only once in three years, suffering a swift exit with a 47-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills

Patriots team owner Robert Kraft recently expressed frustration, yearning to break a cycle of disappointment: “It bothers me that we haven’t won a playoff game in the last three years” he emphasized at the NFL annual meeting in March.

After a disappointing NFL season in 2022, the Patriots are determined to reclaim a playoff spot this year. They’ve overhauled their coaching staff and bolstered their lineup with impactful additions on both sides of the football during a busy off-season.

This season the Patriots are brimming with internal optimism fueled by their off-season reinforcements.

Let’s examine staff changes and player acquisitions and trades along with notable departures, shaping the key roles for the 2023 season in Foxborough.

Notable Departures from New England Patriots for 2023

Devin McCourty, a mainstay in the Patriots’ secondary since 2009, will be absent for the first time. His departure means more than just losing talent; the team is also without a key communicator in the secondary and a significant locker room leader. Rather than directly replacing McCourty with a pure free safety, the Patriots seem inclined to adopt a committee approach. This committee will feature players like Kyle Dugger, Adrian Phillips, retained Jabrill Peppers, Joshuah Bledsoe, and Jalen Mills, who transitioned to a safety role after two years as a cornerback.

Jakobi Meyers, while not surprisingly departing in free agency, raised eyebrows by signing a reasonable three-year deal worth up to $33 million with Las Vegas. Despite not being an explosive athlete, Meyers consistently contributed to the Patriots, notably becoming the first receiver since Wes Welker to lead the team in receiving yards for three consecutive seasons. Now, the Patriots must seek an alternative source for a dependable slot receiver.

Key Additions for the New England Patriots in 2023

Bill O’Brien: A major off-season addition, Bill O’Brien takes on the role of offensive coordinator after last season’s coaching experiments faltered. Bringing experience to the offensive side, O’Brien’s stint at Alabama is expected to influence the Patriots’ playbook, especially with Mac Jones benefiting from the partnership.

JuJu Smith-Schuster: To fill the void left by Jakobi Meyers, New England secured JuJu Smith-Schuster on a similar three-year deal. More dynamic than Meyers, Smith-Schuster boasts better yards after the catch and tackling metrics, potentially adding explosiveness to the offense.

Mike Gesicki: New England capitalized on the quiet tight end market by signing Mike Gesicki to an incentive-heavy one-year contract. Under Bill O’Brien’s guidance, Gesicki is anticipated to be a key contributor to pushing the team up to the top of the 2023/24 NFL standings –  forming a potent duo with Hunter Henry.

Defensive Rookies: Despite a strong defense last season, the Patriots strengthened their unit with their top three picks in the 2023 NFL Draft. Cornerback Christian Gonzalez is poised to start immediately, adding depth and talent.

Keion White bolsters the defensive line, while Marte Mapu, a versatile linebacker/safety, showcased promise in OTAs and minicamp, brings versatility.

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New England Patriots Salary Data- Player Cash Rankings

New England Patriots Cash Salaries
Matt JudonNEOLB$15,000,000
Trenton BrownNELT$11,000,000
Hunter HenryNETE$10,500,000
Jonathan JonesNECB$10,000,000
JuJu Smith-SchusterNEWR$10,000,000
Christian GonzalezNECB$8,733,904
Ja'whaun BentleyNEILB$7,250,000
DeVante ParkerNEWR$7,100,000
Davon GodchauxNEDT$7,000,000
Kendrick BourneNEWR$5,500,000
David AndrewsNEC$5,250,000
Deatrich WiseNEDE$5,000,000
Riley ReiffNET$5,000,000
Jabrill PeppersNES$5,000,000
Mike GesickiNETE$4,500,000
Jalen MillsNECB$3,750,000
Calvin AndersonNET$3,650,000
Keion WhiteNEDE$3,415,572
Adrian PhillipsNEFS$3,000,000
Lawrence GuyNEDT$3,000,000
Ezekiel ElliottNERB$3,000,000
Mike OnwenuNEG$2,993,000
Kyle DuggerNES$2,743,000
Matthew SlaterNEWR$2,667,500
Myles BryantNECB$2,627,000
Chris BoardNELB$2,600,000
Joe CardonaNELS$2,256,000
Daniel EkualeNEDT$2,200,000
Cody DavisNEFS$2,200,000
Mac JonesNEQB$2,076,941
Conor McDermottNET$1,850,000
Marte MapuNES$1,796,332
Jahlani TavaiNELB$1,675,000
Mack WilsonNELB$1,600,000
Jake AndrewsNEC$1,558,344
Chad RylandNEK$1,536,748
Sidy SowNEG$1,514,112
Christian BarmoreNEDT$1,434,749
Raekwon McMillanNEILB$1,345,000
Josh UcheNEOLB$1,344,909
Cole StrangeNEG$1,262,090
Anfernee JenningsNELB$1,164,000
Atonio MafiNEG$1,085,540
Pharaoh BrownNETE$1,080,000
Tyquan ThorntonNEWR$1,025,630
Trey FlowersNEDE$1,010,000
Marcus JonesNECB$940,316
Rhamondre StevensonNERB$940,000
Shaun WadeNECB$940,000
Kayshon BoutteNEWR$937,272
Matt CorralNEQB$936,557
Bryce BaringerNEP$928,456
Ameer SpeedNECB$883,336
Demario DouglasNEWR$883,332
Jack JonesNECB$870,000
Sam RobertsNEDT$870,000
Brenden SchoolerNES$870,000
Vederian LoweNET$870,000
Tyrone Wheatley Jr.NET$750,000
Isaiah BoldenNECB$531,684
Terez HallNELB$500,000
Tre NixonNEWR$450,000
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