The Patriots haven't made quite the same splash compared to last year's free agency, but not for lack of trying by Matt Judon thus far.
New England made NFL history with its spending spree to acquire free agents during the 2021 offseason, and Judon was one of them, signing a four-year, $56 million contract last year.
But instead of being recruited this time around, he's the one doing the recruiting. Kind of.
"I got a bag of hot Cheetos or the regular ones and a dub for whoever sign to the Patriots," Judon tweeted Monday, which marked the opening of the free agency window.
"Back to work. Who we want today #PatsNation," he asked his followers.
"If I was a Gm cap a 0 every year. And y'all gassing me up."
Hopefully, Judon's efforts pay off and a few new players secure the bags of Cheetos waiting for them upon arrival at Gillette Stadium.
Either way, the extra offseason work is appreciated.