FOXBORO -- Two quarterbacks, Nathan Stanley and Cley Belton, were among six players brought in by the Patriots for workouts this week.
Stanley, 6-5, 215-pounds, went undrafted after graduating from Southeastern Louisiana last year. He threw for 1,953 yards, nine touchdowns and nine picks in his senior season.
Belton is an undrafted Findlay University product. The 6-6, 230-pounder threw for 2,339 yards, 15 touchdowns and nine interceptions as a senior.
The Patriots also took a look at second-year guards Chandler Burden and Desmond Wynn, receiver Jerrell Jackson, and undrafted rookie running back Robbie Rouse.
Elsewhere, oft-injured cornerback Ras-I Dowling became a free agent after clearing waivers. New England cut Dowling on Wednesday. The team has until Saturday to trim the roster to 53 players.