On Tuesday, the Patriots made that move, releasing defensive lineman Jonathan Fanene. The 30-year-old was the Patriots’ biggest addition early in free agency, and the team paid big bucks up front ($3.85 million signing bonus) to acquire him "
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Your article has been sent. TAMPA — Jonathan Fanene's brief tenure with the Patriots will go down as one of the strangest in team history, and the final chapter won't be written for some time. Fanene, 30, was signed by the Patriots March 20 after ...Read more
... ESPN.com Jonathan Fanene's release could be a precedent-setter for the NFL. Quick-hit thoughts around the NFL and with the Patriots: 1. If the Patriots do attempt to recover some or all of Jonathan Fanene's $3.85 million signing bonus, it will be ...Read more
The New England Patriots have released defensive lineman Jonathan Fanene, offensive lineman Kyle Hill and kicker Chris Koepplin. Fanene, 30, was signed during the offseason after spending seven seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals. He recorded a ...Read more
Jonathan Fanene was signed by the Patriots as a free agent in March, brought in to add depth and versatility to the defensive line, and was thought of highly enough that he received a $3.85 million bonus just to sign a three-year contract. Fanene can ...Read more