The Patriots have released defensive tackle Marcus Forston and tight end D.J. Williams . Forston played in three games with the team a year ago before being relegated to inactive status, then getting waived. Williams played in one game in 2013 and didn't record a catch.
Patriots defensive tackle Marcus Forston has signed a futures contract with the club. Forston spent a good part of the year on the team's practice squad, but did get promoted for a couple games. He registered three total tackles in three games.
The Patriots waived two players Tuesday. They were defensive tackle Marcus Forston and cornerback Justin Green, according to The Boston Globe.
The Patriots ruled the following players inactive for Sunday's contest against the Broncos in Week 12: safety Steve Gregory, tight end Michael Hoomanawanui, linebacker Steve Beauharnais, offensive lineman Chris Barker, wide receiver Josh Boyce, defensive end Jake Bequette and defensive lineman Marcus Forston.
The Patriots promoted defensive tackle Marcus Forston from the practice squad to the active roster Saturday. New England also cut defensive tackle Andre Neblett.