The Patriots worked out four players on Friday, reports Mike Reiss and Field Yates of ESPNBoston.com.
They are likely only looking at these players as practice squad candidates, but the team has made a habit of bringing in these players each week.
The team worked out former Falcons’ receiver and special teamer Kevin Cone, former Buccaneers’ defensive end Steven Means, undrafted free agent running back Rajion Neal, and linebacker D.J. Smith. Smith, a former Packer, also spent time with the Texans and Panthers.
The Cardinals also brought in a semi-big name in the recently released offensive tackle Cameron Bradfield, according to Yates (via Twitter). Bradfield started the first two games of this season for the Jaguars, but struggled mightily to protect Chad Henne. The team gave up ten sacks to the Redskins’ defense this past Sunday.
None of these players were signed as of Friday evening.