According to the NFLPA's official web site, offensive lineman Dan Connolly has received a two-year contract extension from the Patriots. Connolly, a 27-year-old out of Southeast Missouri State, will make $600,000 next year, and $725,000 in 2011. Connolly is in his second tour with the Patriots — he was initially signed as a practice squad player on Sept, 12, 2007 after a brief stint with Jacksonville, but was released by the Patriots in October 2008 before re-signing as part of the practice squad later than month. He was eventually signed to New England's active roster last December. He has played both guard spots, as well as center and goal-line fullback this season for the Patriots. For more Patriots news, check out our football blog, It Is What It Is.
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