Let's assume he plays like he did last season--more than competent backup, maybe starts a couple of games, contributes on ST. Realistically, there are only three options, since he'll be an RFA, and was originally a UDFA: (1) Sign him long-term. (2) Sign him to a second-level tender (or higher). (3) Trade him (as the Dolphins did with Welker). I see no way the Pats will let him walk for nothing, but I'm curious as to what other folks think. I ask largely because what the Pats do with Wright will, necessarily, have some impact on what they do with Warren (and to a much lesser extent Wilfork).