The New England Patriots aren't done yet -- shortly after adding free-agent wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez earlier today, the Pats have also come to terms with former St. Louis Ram Brandon Lloyd, reports Adam Schefter of ESPN.
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Lloyd spent last season split between the Denver Broncos, who traded him in October, and the Rams. All told, he amassed 966 receiving yards and five touchdowns. The previous year, he led the entire NFL with 1,448 yards and also caught 11 TDs. Gonzalez and Lloyd team up with Wes Welker to form a mighty trifecta of wideouts in New England. After losing Super Bowl XLVI to the New York Giants on a couple of untimely dropped passes, the Pats have reloaded their receiving corps in impressive fashion this offseason.