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Fletcher, who'll turn 29 in June, started 15 games for the Eagles last season, making 60 combined tackles, forcing a fumble, and intercepting one pass that was returned for a touchdown.
The Patriots would be relatively familiar with Fletcher after working against him for a week in each of the last two training camps while he was with the Eagles. Because he's coming off of a season in which he allowed opposing quarterbacks to compile a 107.6 rating, according to Pro Football Focus, the former third-round pick could be a bargain that's worth the gamble.
Sounds like a legit replacement for Darrelle Revis, right? 1 interception and a 107 passer rating against him. I hope he can improve on that, though. He's got some big shoes to fill.