Receiver Sam Aiken’s contract with the Patriots is a two-year package with a maximum value of $2 million should he reach all incentives.
Aiken, who suited up for the Bills from 2003-2007, projects as a core member of the Patriots’ special teams units. His agent, Alvin Keels, said the Patriots made a strong push by contacting him on the first day of free agency.
“Coach Belichick reached out at around 11 that morning, and that was a big deal to him,” Keels said. “That call on the first day made Sam feel like the Patriots really wanted him.”
Aiken flew into town Sunday night and the sides reached a contract agreement this morning.
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