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The Patriots are hosting free-agent offensive tackle Matt Tobin on a visit Friday, ESPN's Field Yates reports. The 6-foot-6, 303-pound Tobin has played for the Eagles (2013-2016) and Seahawks (2017), appearing in 57 career games with 21 starts. He played in college at Iowa under Kirk Ferentz, a former assistant on Bill Belichick's coaching staff with the Browns in the early 1990s. With starting left tackle Nate Solder leaving in free agency, the Patriots are exploring their options at the position, starting with Tobin. Free agents LaAdrian Waddle and Cameron Fleming, who played for the Patriots in 2017, are other considerations as well.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots are hosting free-agent cornerback Delvin Breaux on Friday. Listed at 6-foot-1 and 210 pounds, Breaux was a restricted free agent and did not receive a tender from the Saints, which made him a free agent. He did not play last season due to injury (fibula) after starting 24 games between the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Breaux had originally signed with the Saints in 2015 after playing in the Arena League and Canadian Football League. The news of Breaux's visit was first reported by Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, who noted that Breaux previously visited with the Broncos.

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The Lightning's penalty kill. The Wild's trouble away from Xcel Energy Center. Every NHL contender has a weakness that could lead to its ouster from the Stanley Cup playoffs if it's not corrected. We identify the top one for 20 teams still in the mix.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots are scheduled to host free-agent RB Jeremy Hill on a visit Friday, according to ESPN's Field Yates. The 6-foot-1, 230-pound Hill entered the NFL as a second-round draft choice of the Bengals in 2014, and has 704 career rushing attempts for 2,873 yards and 29 TDs. In addition, he has totaled 67 catches for 484 yards and 1 TD. He played in college at LSU.

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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Free-agent DE Adrian Clayborn is flying to Boston for a visit with the Patriots, ESPN's Josina Anderson reports. The 6-foot-3, 280-pound Clayborn turns 30 on July 6. He played for Buccaneers (2011-2014) and Falcons (2015-2017) and has 30 career sacks playing DE in 4-3 schemes. He entered NFL as first-round pick in 2011 (No. 20 overall) out of Iowa.