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Patriots roster cuts: New England waiving undrafted rookies Andrew Beck, Tyree St. Louis

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Andrew Beck and Tyree St. Louis signed as rookie free agents in May.

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The New England Patriots’ undrafted class has begun to thin.

New England is waiving tight end Andrew Beck and offensive tackle Tyree St. Louis, according to respective reports from NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo and NESN’s Doug Kyed.

Beck garnered the highest guarantee, $115,000, among New England’s rookie free-agent signings this spring. The Texas Longhorns product had also spelled in at fullback this preseason, catching one pass for nine yards and rushing twice for seven yards.

St. Louis, who started both at left and right tackle while at Miami, appeared in all four preseason games this August while starting two.

Tackle Cedrick Lang has also been waived, a source informed Kyed. The 27-year-old out of UTEP had spent all of 2018 on the Minnesota Vikings’ injured reserve and made previous stops with the Denver Broncos and New York Giants.

New England’s roster will stand with 53 by 4 p.m. ET Saturday.