Butler experienced the highest of highs and lowest of lows during his time in New England. While fans pout and stomp their feet over the lack of free agency moves, Butler is the very example of why in Belichick we have trusted all these years. Derek Simpson told The Associated Press that Butler will sign the deal, which includes more than $30 million guaranteed, once free agency begins.
The early free agent additions are sure to make this team even more risky going into 2018, as teams like the Patriots continue to age. "Even when you're not ready to move on, you've got to move on, so I just kept moving on, just tried to keep my confidence up and rebuild everything from the ground up". However, it was one injury that caused Lewis to miss time in two seasons.Lewis also broke his leg in the beginning of his career, but it hasn't hampered him since. "It didn't work out the best for me or [Belichick] or the New England Patriots".
"I never got a reason [for being benched]", said Butler.
Butler was on the field for 97.8 per cent of the New England Patriots' defensive snaps during the regular season but was benched in favour of Eric Rowe against the Philadelphia Eagles. Butler was introduced as a member of the Titans on Thursday, and he cleared some more air about his final game in a Patriots uniform.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Cornerback Malcolm Butler's agent says Butler and the Tennessee Titans have agreed to a five-year deal worth more than $60 million. "I feel like this was the reason: I got kind of sick". They probably thought I was kind of late on the game plan.
"I just keep my faith and believe in God", Butler said. And I like good weather - I am from Vicksburg, Mississippi, and I love the South. For the most part, they really had love for me.
"I really appreciate that from him".
Butler has also confirmed that he is leaving New England.
"It's just using my quickness, using my smarts", Lewis said. But of course maybe he did follow up and Butler skirted around the question. Wide receiver Danny Amendola intends to sign with the Miami Dolphis; running back Dion Lewis will likely join Butler in Tennessee; and tackle Nate Solder is expected to head to the Giants. I'm going to try to outplay what I've got.