Mack Wilson made his debut with the New England Patriots Thursday night in its preseason game versus the New York Giants.

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Wilson shined in limited playing time, notching four solo tackles and one assist. He would also tack on a quarterback hit to fill out his statistics before sitting the remainder of the night.

Wilson joined the Patriots via trade with the Cleveland Browns this past offseason, who in return received Chase Winovich from New England.

Patriots fans have been excited to see the new acquisition in action and the former Tide star did not disappoint, looking uber athletic against the Giants.

Mack Wilson never quite caught on with the Browns only starting 28 games in three seasons with the team, but in his limited playing time, he was able to accumulate 163 total tackles with five being for loss along with two quarterback hits and an interception.

Even though things did not work out between Wilson and the Browns the Patriots are excited to see how much the young athlete still has in the tank.

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