David Andrews took to Instagram on Thursday night during the first round of the NFL draft to announce that his outlook for the 2020 season is positive and that he's excited that he'll have the opportunity to play.
Andrews missed the entire 2019 season after developing blood clots in his lungs during training camp. A captain, Andrews remained a constant around the team, continuing to add leadership behind the scenes.
Nick Caserio had not seen Andrews post as of Thursday night, but said he'd be happy to welcome Andrews back into the mix.
"David has been a great asset to our program, multi-year captain," said Caserio. "There's a lot of things that he brings to the table. Nobody worked harder I would say in just his capacity in his role last year. He wasn't playing. The more players and people that we have, like David Andrews, in the building, good for the Patriots and everybody else."
The Patriots offensive line remains a question mark as the Patriots embark on their 2020 draft, but with Andrews back in place the team could return the entire starting line they expected to have in place last season.
Andrews return will be a huge boost to the offense and the next quarterback to lead New England.