The New England Patriots’ seemingly never-ending wide receiver shuffle continues. The Patriots’ next roster move at the position is to work out veteran Kenny Britt on Monday, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

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Britt was a member of the Patriots just a matter of weeks ago. He arrived in New England at the tail-end of last year after he was released by the Cleveland Browns and was with the Pats during the offseason.

However, he missed a good chunk of time due to a hamstring injury and was subsequently cut last month. Offseason acquisition Jordan Matthews and young wideout Malcolm Mitchell were also released prior to him.

If Britt is able to prove that his hamstring is finally healthy, there’s a good chance the Patriots re-sign the veteran wideout.

Britt played 12 games overall last season, three with the Patriots. In those 12 games, he recorded 20 catches for 256 yards and two touchdowns.

The Patriots recently signed Corey Coleman, who was released by the Buffalo Bills, as they continue to look for contributors on their receiving corps with Julian Edelman still suspended. Bennie Fowler, who was also brought in along with Coleman, had already been released.

Britt joins Coleman, Chris Hogan, Cordarrelle Patterson, and Philip Dorsett as the Patriots’ current options at wideout.