A classic New England move if there ever was one, the Patriots are taking a flier on yet another veteran who may or may not have anything left in the tank. Thomas was a dynasty league staple in lineups for the better part nearly a decade, amassing 688 catches, 9,330 yards and scoring 62 touchdowns in 132 career games (all but seven of those with Denver). After being traded to Houston last season, the former All-Pro ruptured his achilles and the Texans opted not to bring him back at a robust $14 million he would've been owed this season. At 31 years of age, Thomas clearly believes he has something left to give, but the currently unknown guaranteed money is going to be a key here - if New England failed to give him much in terms of guarantees, it's quite possible they're just going to wait and see how his recovery goes and aren't saving a spot for him on their 53-man roster. If there are some solid guarantees, they clearly believe he can help. Currently our WR66 with an ADP of 235, this news is going to vault Thomas back on the dynasty radar. However, if you have an owner who believes Thomas is poised for a massive comeback (his pre-injury deterioration and recovery from this most recent injury make that a clear long shot even after New England lost Rob Gronkowski and Chris Hogan this off-season), it's time to move him.