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Patriots add interior lineman Corey Levin to practice squad, release fullback Paul Quessenberry

Chattanooga product Corey Levin arrived in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL draft.

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The 16-man practice squad continued to churn on Wednesday for the New England Patriots.

New England signed interior offensive lineman Corey Levin and released fullback Paul Quessenberry, according to the NFL transaction wire.

Levin, 26, originally entered the league with the Tennessee Titans in the sixth round of the 2017 draft. The 6-foot-4, 307-pound Chattanooga product appeared in 16 games and started one at left guard for the Titans during the 2018 season. Levin would spend last campaign between the practice squad of the Denver Broncos and the active roster of the Chicago Bears after being claimed off waivers amid roster cutdowns.

Quessenberry, 28, signed with the Patriots in late August after serving five years in the U.S. Marine Corps. Prior to then, the 6-foot, 250-pound Quessenberry played in 38 career games as a defensive end at the Naval Academy. He finished his Midshipmen career with 80 tackles, 3.5 sacks as well as one forced fumble and fumble recovery.

New England has made six moves involving the practice squad since its formation on Labor Day weekend.

Running back J.J. Taylor and linebacker Cassh Maluia were promoted to the active roster on Monday. And on Tuesday, wide receivers Kristian Wilkerson and Mason Kinsey were signed.