Kyle Arrington Fine Tuning His Craft.

Kyle Arrington has worked himself into a nice role since signing with the New England Patriots  since signing with them back in november back in 2009.

Philadelphia Eagles.


Kyle Arrington began his career with the Philadelphia Eagles as an un-drafted free agent right after the 2008 draft. After his short stint with the eagles they released him in august only to eventually re-sign him to the team’s practice squad a day later. He was later released from the practice squad on September 10 and became a free agent.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

San Diego Chargers v Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Buc’s got into contact with Arrington and signed him to their practice squad on September 17th, 2008. Kyle Arrington spent the rest of the season on their practice squad and later signed a deal to the Buc’s active roster for the next season. The following September he was waived from the active roster on September 5th during final cuts the following day he signed with the Buc’s practice squad. September 10th, he was elevated to the 53 man roster for the season opener and the next day was released.

New England Patriots.


signing with the team he would remain with for what seems to be a long time. Kyle Arrington was signed to the Patriots practice squad on November 8th, 2009 but ultimately was promoted to the active roster since Eric Manghini was going to sign him from the Patriots practice squad.

The 2010 season things started to develop for Kyle Arrington and got the start in week 2 and kept that role for the rest of the season. Earning 1 interception returned for a 36 yard touchdown against the Green Bay Packers. The 2011 season he was pushed into the nickel cornerback role with Leigh Bodden coming back from injury reserve however Kyle Arrington later got the starting role and went on to lead the league with 7 interceptions that season,

Kyle Arrington later earned himself an extension and plays a huge role in the Patriots defense in 2013. He has great versatility, He can play outside or in the slot for the Patriots. His position of strength is a slot corner so he can be physical and press or play a tight zone.

The Patriots are happy to have him on the roster and Kyle Arrington is happy to be here. Arrington looks primed to have another good, solid and consistent year.

Patrick Jordan– NFL Contributor – TitleTown Sports

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