The New England Patriots worked out former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jonathan Dwyer, former Carolina Panthers defensive lineman Sione Fua and former Green Bay Packers quarterback B.J. Coleman, according to a league source.
The Patriots also tried out quarterbacks Graham Harrell and Austin Davis.
None were immediately signed.
Besides those players, the Patriots also tried out former Baltimore Ravens running back Damien Berry, wide receiver Chad Bumphus, running back Cameorn Marshell, defensive tackle Clinton McDonald and nose guard Andre Neblett.
The Patriots reached an injury settlement with wide receiver Kamar Aiken, removing him from injured reserve.
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