Cunningham inks four-year deal with Patriots

Former Florida Gators defensive end Jermaine Cunningham signed a four-year contract with the New England Patriots on Saturday. Terms of the deal are currently undisclosed.

Cunningham, the No. 53 overall pick and a second-round selection in the 2010 NFL Draft by the Patriots, is one of three former Florida players selected by New England.

He joins linebacker Brandon Spikes [unsigned] and tight end Aaron Hernandez as rookies on the team this season.

UPDATE: $1.32 million signing bonus

Photo Credit: David Silverman/New England Patriots

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2 Responses to “Cunningham inks four-year deal with Patriots”

  1. Gatorgrad79 says:

    That’s great. I hope every drafted Gator signs and gets some guaranteed $$. I also hope some of the undrafted free agents will get picked up and make a little while they have a chance to prove themselves.

  2. O-town Gator says:

    I just hope all our drafted Gators get their contracts signed and are in their respective training camps ontime.

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