For most of the 2014 season, Danny Amendola was a forgotten man in the New England Patriots offense. He tallied just 27 receptions for 200 yards and one touchdown.
But in the postseason, something clicked between Amendola and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
After such a promising finish to the year, what will the upcoming season bring for the wideout?
"I think you have a guy that Brady thinks he can rely on," said Andy Hart of Patriots Football Weekly. "This is a guy that made plays for him to win a Super Bowl. That is a big jump from this time last year the Boston Globe was wondering, is Amendola going to get cut? Brady doesn't like him, Brady doesn't trust him, he won't throw to him. Now he's throwing to him with your legacy on the line in a Superbowl, in a comeback in the second half. So I think he is now a respected contributor. But the question is: where does he fit in?