WR Brandon Lloyd: ‘Definitely be interested’ in Patriots
|02.20.12 at 1:15 pm ET|
Wide receiver Brandon Lloyd, who previously said that he would like to follow Josh McDaniels after playing for him in both Denver and St. Louis, continued to express an interest in the new Patriots offensive coordinator.
“I’ve been very successful in Josh’s offense,” Loyd told ProFootballTalk.com. “I admire Tom Brady. I admire what that organization has done. I admire that organization and how they run things over there. I’d definitely be interested in hearing how I could possibly fit into that equation.”
Lloyd led the NFL in 2010 with 1,448 receiving yards. In nine NFL seasons among five teams, he has 311 catches for 4,784 yards and 31 touchdowns.
He was traded from the Broncos to the Rams in October last year.
The Rams could franchise Lloyd, but there is speculation that the veteran receiver will hit the open market.
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