Watch: Patriots Say Goodbye To WR Phillip Dorsett With Awesome Tribute Video

The New England Patriots really like what Phillip Dorsett brought to the field. Dorsett spent three years with the Patriots and that was just enough for head coach Bill Belichick to realize that he was having the right guy on the roster.

Dorsett was acquired through the Jacoby Brissett. He was one of Tom Brady’s favorite targets. He was a great teammate and an awesome player. Everyone liked him, and he was a key player for the team. Dorsett brought his time with the Patriots to an end two weeks ago. He inked a two-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks.

New England released a tribute video to honor Dorsett and everything he has done for the team. The wideout averaged 24.3 receptions, 293.7 yards and and 2.7 touchdowns per season with the team.

Dorsett will probably have an even better performance with the Seahawks. Seattle has a liberal offense, and Russell Wilson knows how to move the ball around. Everything points to the fact that Dorsett will see better numbers with the Seahawks. 2020 will be an excellent season for him.

The Patriots will miss Phillip Dorsett

The 5-foot-10, 192-pound Dorsett started four of 14 games played with the Patriots in 2019. He was able to catch 29 passes for 397 yards and a career-high five touchdowns. The 27-year-old was a first-round pick out of Miami in 2015. Dorsett spent his first two seasons in Indianapolis before being shipped to Foxboro in 2017.

Dorsett has 124 career receptions for 1,634 yards and 11 touchdowns.

During his interview for the Tom, Jake and Stacy Show, Dorsett said he had always been dreaming of catching passes from Wilson. For him, Wilson is a magician, and he looks forward to playing in Seattle. He’s been watching Wilson and his game for quite some time and now he has the chance to play with him.

Seattle will play with Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf. When it comes to the No.3 spot, the team will have to choose between Dorsett, David Moore, John Ursua and Malik Tarner. Jaron Brown is an unrestricted free agent now. How will Dorsett fit in the new roster?