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Patriots sign center David Andrews to contract extension

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“Under the new deal, Andrews will receive a base value of $12 million over the next two seasons, with a cap value of $13 million and $8 million fully guaranteed.”

David Andrews, pictured here in a Week 4 loss to the Cowboys, was frustrated with another embarrassing loss. Michael Ainsworth/AP Photo

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David Andrews has agreed to a contract extension that will keep him in New England until 2025, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.

“Under the new deal, Andrews is to receive a base value of $12 million over the next two seasons, with a cap value of $13 million and $8 million fully guaranteed,” Yates wrote.

Andrews’ previous contract was set to expire after the 2024 season.

Andrews, who was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2015, enters his ninth season with the Patriots.

“Now he’s like a staple of the Patriot Way,” quarterback Jacoby Brissett told reporters of Andrews. “He’s someone when I think about culture, I think he’s that. Someone who is a hard worker, a guy who has fought throughout his career to get to where he is today. And I think a lot of our players on our team can look up to that.

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