New England Patriots Depth Chart

  • HC: Bill Belichick
  • OC: Matt Patricia (de facto)
  • DC: Steve Belichick (de facto)
  • ST: Cameron Achord
Updated: 10/01/2022 12:26PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
LWR1Parker, DeVante T/Mia18SLATER, MATTHEW 08/5
RWR15Agholor, Nelson U/LV84Bourne, Kendrick U/SF
SWR16Meyers, Jakobi CF1983Humphrey, Lil'Jordan U/NO
LT77Brown, Trent T/LV
LG69Strange, Cole 22/165FERENTZ, JAMES SF17
RG71Onwenu, Mike 20/663Hines, Chasen 22/6
RT76Wynn, Isaiah 18/172Cajuste, Yodny 19/3
TE85Henry, Hunter U/LAC81Smith, Jonnu U/Ten
QB10Jones, Mac 21/15HOYER, BRIAN CC/Ind4Zappe, Bailey 22/4
RB37Harris, Damien 19/338Stevenson, Rhamondre 21/435Strong Jr., Pierre 22/4
DE91Wise Jr., Deatrich 17/497Mitchell, DaMarcus CF22
NT92Godchaux, Davon U/Mia98DAVIS JR., CARL P/Jax96Roberts, Sam 22/6
DT90Barmore, Christian 21/293GUY SR., LAWRENCE U/Bal95Ekuale, Daniel SF21
WLB9JUDON, MATTHEW U/Bal55Uche, Josh 20/258Jennings, Anfernee 20/3
MLB8Bentley, Ja'Whaun 18/548Tavai, Jahlani SF21
SLB50McMillan, Raekwon U/LV30Wilson Sr., Mack T/Cle
LCB31Jones, Jonathan CF1613Jones, Jack 22/4
SS23Dugger, Kyle 20/23Peppers, Jabrill U/NYG22DAVIS, CODY U/Jax41Schooler, Brenden CF22
FS32MCCOURTY, DEVIN 10/121PHILLIPS, ADRIAN U/LAC24Bledsoe, Joshuah 21/6
RCB2Mills, Jalen U/Phi26Wade, Shaun T/Bal
NB27Bryant, Myles CF2025Jones, Marcus 22/3
Special Teams
PT7Bailey, Jake 19/5
H7Bailey, Jake 19/5
PR27Bryant, Myles CF2016Meyers, Jakobi CF1913Jones, Jack 22/4
KR23Dugger, Kyle 20/225Jones, Marcus 22/3
Practice Squad
PS80Bowden Jr., Lynn WR19Treadwell, Laquon WR36Harris, Kevin RB35Hawkins, Brad S82Nixon, Tre WR
PS45McGrone, Cameron ILB17Vizcaino, Tristan PK62Murray, Bill OG61CANNON, MARCUS OG74Ray, LaBryan DT
PS72Pharms Jr., Jeremiah DE66Russey, Kody OC87Sokol, Matt TE88Washington, Scotty WR42Taylor, J.J. RB
RES14Montgomery, Ty IR13Nordin, Quinn NFI64Stueber, Andrew NFI33Williams, Joejuan IR51Perkins, Ronnie IR
RES17Wilkerson, Kristian IR11Thornton, Tyquan IR

Depth Chart Fantasy Impact

The Patriots made headlines with their 2021 free agent spending spree.

This offseason, however, the front office has taken a tamer approach. It started in the WR room with a trade for former Dolphins WR DeVante Parker. The 29-year-old played only 10 games last year and has a long history of nagging injuries. But 2019-2020 showed the type of impact he can make, despite a poor QB situation. He combined for 135 catches, 1,995 yards and 13 TDs over that stretch. He’s an instant candidate to lead the Patriots in all major receiving categories, right alongside returning veterans Kendrick Bourne and Jakobi Meyers. At 6’3, 219 pounds, Parker also supplies 2nd-year QB Mac Jones with another big red-zone target.

New England added some much-needed speed to the WR corps with Baylor product Tyquan Thornton. While on the thin side at 6’2, 181 pounds, the Round 2 pick brings truly game-changing ability. Thornton ran a 4.28 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine. He set career highs as a senior, snagging 62 passes for 948 yards and 10 TDs.

In the backfield, Brandon Bolden left to join new HC Josh McDaniels in Las Vegas. His loss quietly takes away 41 catches from 2021. Rookies Pierre Strong (Round 4) and Kevin Harris (Round 6) join a still-loaded backfield of Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson. Strong hit 1,000 rushing yards in 3 of his 4 seasons at South Dakota State. A proven pass catcher, he also has an opportunity to see pass-catching work, but a lot will depend on the health of James White. The veteran pass-catching back suffered a hip subluxation last September and turned 30 in February. Harris brings a lead back frame and knows how to utilize it to maximize yardage. He’s a depth piece for 2022.

Along the O-line, New England traded G Shaq Mason to the Bucs. In the draft, they added Chattanooga’s Cole Strange, a plug-and-play starter along the interior.

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