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Report: Vollmer, Pats have deal

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The Patriots’ 2012 starting offensive line will remain intact next season.

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Free agent right tackle Sebastian Vollmer has reportedly agreed to terms on a new contract with the Patriots, according to ESPN.com. The contract is for four years, according to Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald.

Vollmer started 15 games with the team last season. During his four-year career, Vollmer has played in 51 games, starting 44 of them.

The German product was drafted No. 58 overall out of Houston in 2009. He was a second-team All-Pro in 2010. In 2012 he allowed seven sacks, seven quarterback hits and 26 pressures, according to the website Pro Football Focus.

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