The practice squad returned to 15 players on Friday for the New England Patriots.
New England released interior lineman Corey Levin, according to the NFL transaction wire.
Levin, 26, had signed to the scout team on Wednesday as the corresponding move to fullback Paul Quessenberry’s release.
The Chattanooga product has been a member of the Tennessee Titans, Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears since entering the league in the sixth round of the 2017 draft. Between center and guard, his career includes 16 games and one start.
Listed at 6-foot-4 and 307 pounds, Levin marked the lone offensive lineman on the New England practice squad. A total of nine reside on the active roster after tackle Yodny Cajuste was placed on injured reserve this week due to a knee ailment.
The Patriots will open the regular season Sunday versus the Miami Dolphins. Kickoff at Gillette Stadium is set for 1 p.m. ET.