Dion Lewis agrees to deal with Titans

Tricia Pearson
March 15, 2018

Agent Derek Simpson told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Butler will sign a five-year deal worth more than $60 million, which includes more than $30 million guaranteed, once free agency begins.

Last season Lewis posted 896 yards and six touchdowns on the ground with 214 yards and three touchdowns receiving.

It's not a banner year for running backs and Lewis' value might be inflated because of the options on the market after Le'Veon Bell was hit with the franchise tag by the Pittsburgh Steekers.

We will continue to provide updates as they become available.

Butler rose to fame when he made the game-sealing goal line interception in the Patriots' Super Bowl 49 win. By seasons end, he was known for not playing a single defensive snap in New England's Super Bowl LII loss, a curious decision by Bill Belichick that still has Patriots fans searching for answers.

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Lewis is an ideal change-of-pace option for new coordinator Matt LaFleur, who surely will roll with former Heisman victor Derrick Henry as his early-down masher. During his stint with the Patriots, Amendola proved to be one of the team's most clutch receivers. He was excited when the role cleared for him with Murray's release.

He has eight interceptions and four forced fumbles in 59 career regular-season games (48 starts) since making the Patriots as an undrafted free agent from West Alabama in 2014. On Wednesday, the Titans will sign Henry's running mate in the backfield.

The Patriots would go on to lose that game 41-33 to the Philadelphia Eagles.

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