Patriots agree to terms with USF's Warren

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Patriots agree to terms with USF's Warren

FOXBORO - Jeremiah Warren, a 6-3, 336-pound offensive lineman, has agreed to terms with the Patriots.

Warren went undrafted out of South Florida but the Patriots were quick to agree with the versatile interior lineman. He started 38 straight games for the Bulls, 30 at left guard and eight at left tackle. Nolan Nawrocki of Pro Football Weekly says he could possibly play center as well.

He's an extremely powerful short-area blocker who needs some technical refinement. He was worked out by offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia recently.

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