The Patriots continue to add targets for Tom Brady, agreeing to deals with WR Donté Stallworth and TE Daniel Fells on Monday. The contract for Stallworth is reportedly for one year and Fells' deal is for three years and $7 million.
Stallworth played for the Redskins in 2011, seeing time in 11 games and hauling in 22 catches for 309 yards and two touchdowns. The speedy receiver played for the Patriots previously, during their 16-0 regular-season campaign of 2007, when he caught 46-697-3. He was released prior to the '08 season.
Fells was on the Broncos last season, starting 15 games. Mainly a run blocker, he added very little to the passing game, finishing with 19 receptions for 256 yards.
Brady also got some help on the offensive line, as the Patriots signed OG Robert Gallery on Monday. Gallery was released last week by Seattle after playing one season with the Seahawks. He played the first seven seasons of his career with the Raiders, who drafted him second overall in 2004.