Cordarrelle Patterson may have only played one season in New England but it was a great season as he helped the Patriots win Super Bowl LIII over the Los Angeles Rams. Now the free agent receiver is expected to leave New England for greener pastures.

Patterson was a jack of all trades for the Patriots during the team’s latest run to the Super Bowl title as he scored touchdowns via reception, rushing and even had a return score last season for New England. In total, Patterson caught 21 passes for 247 yards and chipped in 228 yards on the ground for good measure.

That season was good enough to land Patterson a deal as ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Patterson is expected to land in Chicago on a two-year deal worth as much as $10 million.

The former Tennessee standout was a first-round selection of the Minnesota Vikings in the 2013 NFL Draft but he never panned out as a great receiver for the team. He played in Oakland for one season before arriving in New England last offseason.