3 Former Patriots Still Unemployed as OTAs Arrive

Which former Patriots players are still unemployed with OTAs getting underway?
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There is one constant in the NFL, and it's change. Especially in the NFL offseason, there will always be change happening as teams tinker with their 90-man rosters from March to September to try and get the best 53 possible. The New England Patriots are a rebuilding team right now, and you can expect them to constantly be scouring the waiver wire for new players all offseason.

But what about players who have recently been with the team? There are a handful of notable former Patriots players who remain unemployed as OTAs are getting underway across the league.

Who are some of the bigger names still out there?

1. Lawrence Guy, DL

Over the last 12 or so years, I don't know if you could argue against Lawrence Guy being one of the better seventh-round picks made by any NFL team. Of course, Guy wasn't drafted by the Patriots -- he was drafted by the Green Bay Packers. But the former 7th-round pick out of Arizona State has managed to carve out a very long, very productive career, most of which has been spent in New England.

Guy joined the Patriots in 2017 and started 103 of his 110 games played. He became one of Bill Belichick's most trustworthy players up front on the defensive line, averaging over 5 QB hits and 3 tackles for loss per season.

As of right now, the 34-year-old veteran is still looking for a new team and interest could ramp up as soon as veteran contracts are non-guaranteed after June 1.