This would be the second straight offseason the Patriots signed a Bills restricted free agent, as previous year it was Chris Hogan.
The deal is worth $6.4 million over two years, with $4 million in the first year.
Because Gillislee is a restricted free agent, his former team, the Buffalo Bills, has the opportunity to match any contract offer.
Whether the Bills match the offer or not likely depends on how new head coach Sean McDermott and offensive coordinator Rick Dennison feel about Gillislee's potential impact on the roster. If Buffalo chooses not to match, the Patriots will have to forfeit their first-round pick for the 2017 draft.
An ultra-efficient change of pace to McCoy, Gillislee has flashed a mix of power and speed en route to a gaudy average of 5.7 yards on 148 carries over the past two years. Gillislee turns 27 in November.
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"New England's completely, as a franchise, working Buffalo over", said Cowherd.
But the Bills didn't do that because they're the Bills and logical decisions elude them. This time around, they coupled a proposition of taking up a little over 20.1-percent of their remaining cap space. They now have $10.7 million in cap space, according to the NFLPA public salary report.
The Bills have only six picks in the upcoming draft, with a plethora of holes to try and fill in the draft process. Cowherd's entire segment on the Bills, Patriots and Gillislee can be viewed below.
The Patriots also made a move that has become somewhat of a tradition.