Amendola leaves Patriots for Miami

Florence Fletcher
March 13, 2018

Danny Amendola's remarkable five-year run with the Patriots is over.

Danny Amendola is taking his crunch-time talents to South Beach, NFL Network's Dan Hellie first reported Tuesday, continuing what has been another truly confounding offseason in Miami.

He then had 26 catches for 348 yards and two touchdowns in three games during the postseason, including eight catches and 152 yards in the dramatic Super Bowl LII loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Amendola should be able to play a prominent role in Miami.

Amendola caught 61 passes for 659 yards and two touchdowns in the 2017 regular season, and was New England's star in the AFC Championship Game.

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But the 32-year old has battled numerous injuries throughout his career, and that includes a series of concussions.

As for the Patriots, they should still be fine at wide receiver for next season even with Amendola's absence.

Amendola, 32, is a nine-year National Football League veteran with 426 career receptions and 19 touchdowns.

While Amendola and Wilson are both best utilized as slot receivers they each have experience playing on the boundary, which could help them fit in well with DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills, Miami's returning starters. Free agents are not allowed to officially sign contracts until Wednesday, however.

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