After playing without two wide receivers in their impressive win over the Oakland Raiders, the New England Patriots added a new one Monday. Days after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers waived him; Bernard Reedy was signed by the Patriots to the practice squad, according to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times. Auman said there is a possibility that Reedy will join the Patriots’ 53-man regular season roster once he learns the team’s playbook. An undrafted free agent out of Toledo in 2014, Reedy made his NFL debut early this season, playing nine games for the Buccaneers before he was released.

During his tenure with the Buccaneers, the 25-year-old Reedy caught two passes for 21 yards. Reedy served as their primary kick and punt returner, returning 14 punts for 143 yards and seven kickoffs for 145 yards. He also carried the ball three times for 17 yards. The Patriots have Danny Amendola as punt returner, but he could focus on being a wide receiver once Reedy suits up for the team. The Patriots currently have just three healthy receivers with Chris Hogan and Matthew Slater out with shoulder and hamstring injuries, respectively.

Patriots crush Raiders in Mexico City

Despite being down two wideouts, the Patriots sill defeated the Raiders, 33-8, at Estadio Azteca behind veteran quarterback Tom Brady, who completed 30-of-37 passes for 339 yards and three touchdowns.

Wide receiver Brandin Cooks stepped up for the Patriots, catching six passes for 149 yards and a score while Amendola caught eight passes for 66 yards and a touchdown. Rusher Dion Lewis carried the ball ten times for 60 yards and caught four passes for 28 yards and a touchdown as the Patriots improved to 8-2.

Derek Carr completed 28-of-49 passes for 237 yards and a touchdown with an interception for the Raiders, who dropped to 4-6.

Marshawn Lynch carried the ball 11 times for 67 yards while Michael Crabtree caught six passes for 51 yards. Amari Cooper caught Carr’s only touchdown pass of the game, finishing with three receptions for 28 yards.

Brady wants to return to Mexico City

After visiting Mexico City for the first time Sunday, Brady plans on returning to the city again soon.

For head coach Bill Belichick, he will not be in a rush to return to Mexico City, saying there is a long way to go before an NFL team could adjust to the situation. The Patriots returned to the United States Monday following their impressive win over the Raiders.