Best way to go out
Donte’ Stallworth owns a small place in Patriots history, having been part of the record-setting offense in 2007 (46 receptions for 697 yards) before departing as a free-agent after one year. He returned as a free agent in the offseason, was a surprise cut in training camp, but was re-signed to the active roster in advance of the Texans game.
He pulled in one pass in his season debut, but it was memorable—a 63-yard scoring strike from Tom Brady late in the Patriots’ win. It would stand as his only catch of the season—he suffered an ankle injury on the catch and was placed on injured reserve. That 63.0 yards-per-catch average this season isn’t too shabby, though.