Jesse Holley Signing: New England Patriots Sign Free Agent Wide Reciever, Two Other Players

The New England Patriots announced the signing of wide receiver Jesse Holley and two other players on Monday. In addition to the former Cowboys wideout, the Patriots also signed offensive lineman Mike Ingersoll and tight end Tyler Urban.

Holley (6-2, 200) earned some notoriety for winning Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin's reality series 4th and Long which earned Holley an invite to Cowboys training camp in 2009. Holley spent three seasons with Dallas and made seven receptions for 169 yards but was also a special teams contributor in his 28 NFL games.

Ingersoll (6-5, 300) joined the Chiefs as a rookie free agent last season. He was released after training camp and spent time on the Buccaneers practice squad.

Urban (6-5, 249) was signed by the Buccaneers as a rookie free agent in April 2012 before being released in May. He played the slot wide receiver position last season in a spread system after initially being a tight end at West Virginia.

For more New England Patriots news, visit our team page and blog, Pats Pulpit.

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