NFL Rumors: Details of David Andrews' new contract with Patriots

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Report: Details of David Andrews' new contract with Pats originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

David Andrews opted to return to the New England Patriots in free agency, and he took a hometown discount to do it.

The two-time Super Bowl champion center signed a four-year contract that turned out to be an absolute bargain. The Boston Globe's Ben Volin shared the details of Andrews' deal on Saturday.

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Andrews confirms return to Patriots in terrific Instagram post

For a four-time captain and one of the most reliable centers in the game, it's tough to beat that.

Andrews presumably will retain his role as the starting center on an offensive line that looks strong heading into the 2021 campaign. Trent Brown also was brought back to New England via trade this offseason, and Ted Karras was signed while Andrews' future with the Patriots was up in the air.

Isaiah Wynn and Trent Brown are set to be the starting tackles with Michael Onwenu and Shaq Mason at the guard spots. Karras likely will be the top interior reserve while Justin Herron serves as a swing tackle.