SAD NEWS: Matthew Judon is reportedly “not close” to signing Patriots’ new deal

Patriots linebacker Matt Judon wants a new contract, but he’s not happy with what the team is offering him.

The Patriots have made an offer, but the two parties are not close to reaching a deal, according to Henry McKenna of

Judon missed the most of the Patriots’ voluntary offseason workouts, but he did attend mandatory minicamp and signaled that he is eager to do whatever is asked of him, even if he does not like his present deal. “I’m just gonna get ready to play,” Judon stated last month. “And you don’t — you keep throwing tantrums, tantrums, tantrums, and then you don’t come out there and do what you’re supposed to do?” It gets old very quickly, you know. I am not really

Will Matt Judon sign a contract extension with Patriots?

Attempting to achieve it. I’m just trying to come out here and play football, prepare for the upcoming season, and position our defense and ourselves to win the most games or be the most effective. So that’s what I’m focused on right now. I’m not worried about holding out, sitting out, or demonstrating. Because last year, that item was trash. I don’t really like that. Like a football player, I don’t want to get into the agency business. So I’m going to come out here and play football.

It appears that Judon will be willing to report to training camp and play the 2024 season for his $6.5 million base contract. His best opportunity Getting a better deal may entail having a strong year and finding out in March whether another team will pay him what the Patriots will not.

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