• Marqise Lee joins Patriots' growing list of opt-outs

    13 days ago - By New York Post

    Add Marqise Lee to the growing list of players opting out of the New England Patriots' season. The 28-year-old veteran receiver, who signed a one-year deal with the team in the offseason, becomes the seventh Patriot to choose to sit the year out. He became a father in February and cited his daughter Alia as...
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  • Marqise Lee Is 7th Patriots Player to Opt Out of 2020 NFL Season

    Marqise Lee Is 7th Patriots Player to Opt Out of 2020 NFL Season

    13 days ago - By Bleacher Report

    New England Patriots wide receiver Marqise Lee has decided to opt out of the 2020 NFL season amid the coronavirus pandemic...
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  • WR Marqise Lee becomes seventh Patriot to opt out of 2020 NFL season

    13 days ago - By Comcast SportsNet

    The Patriots haven't even taken the practice field for their first workout of training camp yet, but their roster keeps getting smaller. Wide receiver Marqise Lee
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  • Patriots WR Marqise Lee opting out of 2020 season after signing in April

    13 days ago - By Boston Herald

    It's now an unlucky seven.
    Patriots wide receiver Marqise Lee has opted out of the 2020 season due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, a source confirmed to the Herald. He is now the seventh Patriot to opt out this summer. Lee never played a down in New England, having signed a free-agent contract in April after a respectable 6-year run in Jacksonville.
    Before Lee's last two seasons were essentially erased by injury, he caught 56 passes for 702 yards for the Jaguars in 2017. Now back to full health, Lee was expected to be in the mix for a roster spot with the Pats. He leaves behind...
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  • Report: Patriots receiver Marqise Lee is opting out

    14 days ago - By NBC Sports

    And then there are seven. Patriots receiver Marqise Lee intends to opt out of the 2020 season, according to Jim McBride of the Boston Globe. Per Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, Lee's decision comes from the fact that he became a first-time father in February. Lee received a $137,500 signing bonus, along with a base salary
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