Jake Eldrenkamp was released by the Patriots on Monday." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhitePats Pulpita New England Patriots communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpPatriots NewsOpinion and AnalysisContribute!About the SiteTopicsPatriotsOddsShopStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhitePatriots News Opinion and Analysis Contribute! FanPostsFanShotsAbout the Site List of Patriots Twitter AccountsWrite For Pats Pulpit!New User Welcome and Commenting GuideCommunity GuidelinesMastheadTopics Patriots Off-Season CoveragePatriots Opinion/AnalysisPatriots NewsPatriots Draft CoverageSportfolio ManagementFiled under:Patriots NewsAnother Patriots cut just got claimed off the NFL waiver wireNew Byron Cowart Jersey Draft ,12commentsRelated: Jets claim two former Patriots off waiversEDTShareTweetShareShareAnother Patriots cut just got claimed off the NFL waiver wireKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsThe New England Patriots had a busy day on Tuesday. Not only did the team hold its second organized team activity practice, it also agreed to a two-year, $18 million contract extension with Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman, and saw veteran offensive tackle Jarrett Veldheer decide to retire just eight days after joining the team. On top of it all, the Patriots also saw another one of their roster cuts get claimed off the waiver wire.Offensive lineman Jake Eldrenkamp is now a member of the Indianapolis Colts. The Patriots parted ways with the 25-year-old on Monday to create a roster spot needed to re-sign defensive tackle Danny Shelton. While Eldrenkamp’s tenure in New England was a longer one than Veldheer’s, he still only spent two months with the team: he joined the squad when the new league year began on March 13 on the basis of a previously signed futures deal.Eldrenkamp originally entered the NFL as an undrafted rookie signing by the Los Angeles Rams in 2017. He spent only one week of his rookie regular season with the Rams — he was on their practice squad before being let go again — but was re-signed in 2018 to compete in training camp. However Byron Cowart NFL Jersey , the Washington product failed to earn a roster spot and later found his way to the Cleveland Browns’ scout team. The interior offensive lineman was not re-signed by the team after its season had ended, which paved the way for him to come to New England.Following his release and subsequent claiming by the Colts, Eldrenkamp now becomes the latest ex-Patriot to get plucked off the waiver wire: just last week, the New York Jets picked up wide receiver Xavier Ubosi (who has since been released again) and offensive tackle Calvin Anderson after they were let go by New England. Teams appear trust the Patriots’ talent evaluation, even though the world champions rarely let players go that turn into serious contributors elsewhere. Coming off one of their best games of the season, the New England Patriots played arguably their worst against the Tennessee Titans. The team was overwhelmed in all three phases and as a result blown out 34-10. Along the way Byron Cowart NFL Draft , all 46 players on the game-day roster saw time on the field. Let’s take a look at the snap count numbers from the contest:The offensive line had plenty of moving piecesAfter the Patriots already deactivated starting right guard Shaq Mason on Saturday, the team saw plenty of movement along its offensive line during the game. Left tackle Trent Brown played just 38 of 66 snaps (58%) after dealing with illness and back issues, while right tackle Marcus Cannon also had to leave the game for four snaps at one point (62; 94%). Meanwhile, backup LaAdrian Waddle was on the field for 35 snaps (53%), as only two men — guards Joe Thuney and Ted Karras — did not leave it once. The result of all the moving parts was an inconsistent performance in both the running and the passing game.Chris Hogan still holds the number three receiver spotHe was targeted just once all day, but Chris Hogan still appears to firmly hold onto the third receiver spot — at least that’s what he did yesterday. The veteran was on the field for 54 snaps (82%) Byron Cowart Buffalo Bills Jersey , the same number as Julian Edelman and just one fewer than Josh Gordon. Behind the top trio, Phillip Dorsett had his busiest day since week five: the 25-year old played 15 of 66 snaps (23%) while finishing with two receptions for 18 yards.New England was focused on stopping the run... and unsuccessfulA look at the Patriots’ defensive personnel shows that New England was trying its best to stop the run. Nickel and dime defensive backs Duron Harmon (23 of 65; 35%) and Jonathan Jones (22; 34%) were only used in specific packages, while pass rushing linemen Adam Butler (12; 18%) and Adrian Clayborn (8; 12%) had a limited impact. Meanwhile, New England’s bigger run stoppers up front saw regular time on the field. Despite the defense’s attempts at making Tennessee one-dimensional, the Titans still rushed for 150 yards on 36 attempts.Sony Michel had a light workload in his returnAfter missing two games because of a knee injury, first-round running back Sony Michel returned to the field on Sunday. The rookie had a relatively quiet day: he was on the field for just 17 snaps (of 66; 26%) and carried the football 11 times for 31 yards. The team was obviously easing him back into the lineup Infant Jacob Bailey Jersey , so a bigger workload should be expected to come Michel’s way after the bye week.Just three players were on the field for 100% of the snapsConsidering the game’s blowout nature, it was not surprise to see the Patriots pull starters late in the game. Quarterback Tom Brady and center David Andrews, for example, played just 88% of snaps (58 of 66) while only two offensive players went wire-to-wire: the aforementioned Joe Thuney — now the only remaining player with a playing time share of 100% on the year — and Ted Karras played all 66 snaps. On defense, meanwhile, cornerback Jason McCourty was the only player to not sit out one of the unit’s 65 snaps.