The Patriots keep trying to build their depth, with former Broncos fullback/linebacker Spencer Larsen agreeing to a two-year agreement, according to a league source.
Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com first reported a deal with imminent.
Larsen (6-2, 243) played for Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels with the Broncos. Previously signed tight end Daniel Fells did as well.
A sixth-round pick out of Arizona in 2008 where was a teammate of tight end Rob Gronkowski, Larsen also caught Tim Tebow's first career touchdown, so maybe Larsen can be used on defense to help confuse Tebow (kidding).
Of course, Bill Belichick is no stranger to two-way players. With Troy Brown and Julian Edelman, Belichick practically reinvented the practice in the modern game.