Wide receiver Julian Edelman, who agreed to a new four-year deal with the Patriots over the weekend, told WAAF’s Hill-Man Morning Show that he’s happy to be returning to New England after dipping his toes in the waters of free agency. To hear the interview, go to the WAAF audio page.

Speaking with the Patriots team website on Monday, Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he was “excited” about the acquisition of cornerback Darrelle Revis.

Darrelle Revis acknowledged there were 26 teams who were interested in his services as he went through the process of being released by Tampa Bay earlier this month, but in the end, it came down to one thing.

“My thing is all about winning,” Revis said in a conference call with the media Monday afternoon. “I want to win.

The reps for Darrelle Revis tweeted Monday afternoon that the cornerback was now an official member of the Patriots.

Darrelle Revis is officially a New England Patriot

— Schwartz & Feinsod (@schwartzfeinsod) March 17, 2014

That comes on the heels of Revis’ business manager posting this photo to Instagram early Monday.

The Buccaneers announced Sunday they had agreed to terms with free agent linebacker Dane Fletcher.

The Patriots continued to add depth at the receiver position on Saturday, agreeing to terms on a three-year deal with Brandon LaFell.

LaFell is a 6-foot-2, 210-pounder out of LSU who has been in the league for four years — all with the Panthers — and has 167 career catches, including 49 receptions for 627 yards and a career-high five touchdowns last year. The 27-year-old has played mostly in the slot over the course of his career, but does has some positional versatility in that he’s been outside as well.

The Patriots and Julian Edelman have agreed to terms, according to multiple reports. Edelman, via twitter, expressed his excitement at the prospect of returning to the team with whom he’s spent the entirety of his five-year NFL career.

Foxboro is home. Excited to be back. #grind

The Patriots officially announced the signing of free agent defensive back Brandon Browner on Saturday. Here’s a portion of the press release issued by the team.

The Patriots suffered their second personnel loss of free agency on Friday when linebacker Brandon Spikes agreed to a one-year deal worth a reported $3.25 million.

Brandon Browner told ESPN’s Josina Anderson Friday that he’s “taking a three-year deal” to play in New England.