The contracts that linebackers Barry Gardner and Jeremy Loyd signed with the Patriots are both one-year deals, according to figures filed with the NFL Players Association.
Gardner's contract is for $710,000, the veteran minimum for a player with eight credited seasons. He didn't receive a signing bonus.
Loyd's deal is for $425,000 and doesn't include a signing bonus.
Should either player make the team's final roster, they would each count $431,160 on the salary cap.