Patriots, Jeremy Ebert agree to contract

A league source confirms that the Patriots and seventh-round draft pick Jeremy Ebert have agreed to a four-year contract.

Ebert, a receiver out of Northwestern, was the 235th pick in the draft; last fall, he pulled in 75 receptions for 1,060 yards and 11 touchdown receptions for the Wildcats’ no-huddle offense.

Aaron Wilson of scout.com reported that Ebert’s deal is worth a total of $2.148 million.

Ebert is the second of the Patriots’ seven draft picks under contract.

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