Cameron Henderson is back in the New England Patriots’ locker room.
The 24-year-old defensive end re-signed to New England’s practice squad on Tuesday, after first joining the 10-man roster for one week in September, the team announced.
Henderson was at Gillette Stadium for a workout last Friday.
The 6-foot-4, 270-pound Central Florida and Navarro College product first entered the league as an undrafted rookie with the Atlanta Falcons last year. Henderson was released by Atlanta in August of 2013, before signing to the Cleveland Browns’ practice squad last December. He remained in Cleveland until his release in August of 2014.
To make room for Henderson in Foxborough, the Patriots released cornerback Daxton Swanson from the practice squad.
After spending 2013 between the Indianapolis Colts and San Francisco 49ers, Swanson signed with the Patriots in May. The 5-foot-11, 195-pound Sam Houston State corner remained with New England through August, and signed to the practice squad in September. Swanson has since been released and re-signed three times, most recently rejoining the team’s practice squad earlier this month.