The New England Patriots brought one of their undrafted rookies back into the fold on Wednesday.
Isaiah Zuber, a wide receiver out of Mississippi State, reportedly has been re-signed after being cut by the team a week ago.
The Patriots have finalized a contract with WR Isaiah Zuber on Wednesday. The undrafted free-agent is officially back in the fold with the team. https://t.co/PEf9ZkmTB9— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) August 5, 2020
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Zuber played three seasons at Kansas State before transferring to Mississippi State for his senior season, in which he tallied 14 receptions for 211 yards and two touchdowns. The 23-year-old's best college season came during his junior year, when he had 52 catches for 619 yards and five touchdowns.
The Patriots have had eight players opt out of the 2020 NFL season so far -- including WR Marqise Lee -- thus opening up roster spots for the undrafted free agents who initially were cut. Fellow UDFA receiver Will Hastings also was re-signed by the team shortly after being released.
NFL Rumors: Patriots re-sign undrafted rookie WR Isaiah Zuber originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston