Pot Roast will be cooking in Foxboro.

The 6-foot-3-inch, 356 pound defensive tackle is heading to the New England Patriots.

Terrance Knighton is a New England native, originally hailing from Hartford, Connecticut. He has spent six seasons in the NFL with the Jaguars, Broncos, and Redskins. Knighton has been an extremely durable and consistent player on the field, only missing a total of four games in his career. He has previously expressed his aggravation with bouncing around from team to team, “I’m not really understanding why a guy like me, and what I bring to a team, and what I bring to the field, is bouncing around like this. But it’ll catch up with itself.”

Now things have seemingly caught up. Pot Roast will be a New England Patriot and have a chance to win a Super Bowl under the guidance of Bill Belichick. Knighton is a veteran that can provide key depth within the Patriots’ interior defensive line. His best statistical season may have been way back in 2009, but Pot Roast remains to be a massive human being that is difficult for any offensive line to handle. Some analysts and writers, including myself, are surprised that Knighton was on the market for this long.


Pot Roast is apparently a huge Celtics fan. He will be heading to Boston right in time for their playoff run.