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Pats just signed 19 undrafted free-agents and are now at their 90 player limit. The odds of one of these 19 making the team is pretty high but one or two seem to make the team each year. Three guys look like they could make the team . . long snapper Mike Zupancic (Eastern Michigan); receiver T.J. Moe, 22, who played in 48 games over his four seasons at Missouri, totaling 188 receptions for 2,101 yards and 11 touchdowns. The 6-0, 200-pounder also had 12 carries for 81 yards and a touchdown and 34 kick returns for 793 yards; and guard Chris McDonald, 23, who was a four-year letterman at Michigan State playing in 43 games with 39 starts at right guard. The 6-5, 298-pounder was named an honorable mention All-Big Ten selection after being the only Michigan State player to start in every game in 2012 on the offensive line. He is the younger brother of Patriots offensive lineman Nick McDonald. These three have the best chance of making the team or at least the practice squad. Work hard guys but this is your chance of a lifetime!