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Patriots reportedly reach injury settlement with veteran wide receiver Marvin Hall

New England had placed Marvin Hall on injured reserve at the 85-man cut.

NFL: AUG 12 Preseason - Washington Football Team at Patriots Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The New England Patriots reached an injury settlement with wide receiver Marvin Hall on Wednesday, making the vested veteran a free agent, according SportsTalk 790’s Aaron Wilson.

New England had placed Hall on injured reserve at the NFL’s 85-man roster deadline last week after previously announcing his release.

The 28-year-old Hall joined the wideout room on a one-year deal in June. He has also been a member of the Las Vegas Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns since going undrafted out of the University of Washington in 2016.

Through 45 career games, Hall stands with 37 receptions for 772 yards and five touchdowns. The 5-foot-10, 190-pound target saw one snap on offense and spelled in on punt returns and kickoff coverage during the Patriots’ preseason opener against the Washington Football Team.

Tight ends Troy Fumagalli and Dalton Keene, offensive lineman Marcus Martin and linebacker Raekwon McMillan remain on injured reserve for New England.

Active rosters around the league must reduce from 80 to 53 by 4 p.m. ET next Tuesday. Players moved to IR after 4 p.m. ET next Wednesday are eligible to be designated to return during the 2021 campaign.