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JSinCT wrote: Eagles Parted ways with Bam Childress today also Well, it matters to him
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Posted: 8/30/2008 6:31 PM
Fernando Bryant has indeed been CUT!! http://www.********.com/price/blog/?p=497There were some other interesting cuts as well.
Matt Guiterez and Victor Hobson didn't make it either. J, your boy Mike Richardson was cut too.
I'm just that Bryant is gone, but wow we are going to start a rooky back there.Scary.
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Posted: 8/30/2008 7:08 PM
Moved to reserve/non-football injuryT Oliver Ross
Placed on Injured ReserveLB Bo RuudDL Kenny Smith
Released DL Titus AdamsCB Fernando BryantTE Tyson DeVreeS Mark DillardC Mike FlynnRB BenJarvus Green-EllisQB Matt GutierrezLB Victor HobsonLB Vince ReddCB Mike RichardsonT Stephen SeneDB Antwain SpannDL Santonio ThomasG John Welbourn
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TNPatsFan wrote: I don't know how that OL guy Connolly made the team. He was absolutely horrible. They really thought he was better than Flynn or Welborne? So our RG depth chart now at this moment is Billy Yates and Connolly. That's awful.
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Posted: 8/31/2008 12:43 PM
It looks like we should add Chad Jackson to the CUT list. http://www.boston.com/sports/f...s/reiss_pieces/
Posted: 8/31/2008 12:55 PM
If Chad Jackson is indeed cut, it's another second round BUST for the Patriots.
1. OL sucks (on going rant for a few years now)
2. Josh McDaniels (worse OC in the NFL)
3. Second round draft busts. (if the Patriots could get this correct can you imagine how much more dangerous they would be?)How the BLEEP did Cassell make the teamWillie Anderson, Chris Simms anyone?
Posted: 8/31/2008 1:59 PM
Personally I'm glad they went with Cassell over Gutz. Here's why. Gutz has practice squad eligibility, Cassel doesn't. Cassel has more experience in the offense. Cassel in the last two games didn't look that bad to me, especially considering how bad the offensive line was playing in front of him and the complete lack of a run game by the first unit. Gutz didn't do anything to make him a clear cut choice over Cassel. Sure he led a few TD drives, but he took too many sacks and turned the ball over way too much all while playing against 3rd and 4th stringers. I think everybody just hates Cassel for whatever reason and are ignoring Gutz' faults just because they don't want Cassel.
With that said, I don't think Cassel is a good backup QB, just better than Gutz at this point. If he could become more consistent he'd be ok, but no matter who the Pats backup is.. Cassel, O'Connel, or Gutz.. they will be in trouble if Brady goes down for more than a game.
I am not a huge fan of either Simms or Harrington, but they are good if not great QB's who are better than anything the Pats have backing up Brady now. I'd feel much better if they tried to sign either one of those guys.
Posted: 8/31/2008 2:22 PM
It's too bad it didn't work out with Chad Jackson. C.J. Jones looked good in the preseason except for that first game where he dropped some sure catches. I imagine he beat Jackson out for the final receiver spot. Ray Ventrone can play receiver or defensive back so who knows what roles he'll have this season.
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Last edited 8/31/2008 3:32 PM by SaysBill
Posted: 8/31/2008 3:34 PM
Now John Lynch has been released. http://www.boston.com/sports/f...s/reiss_pieces/Who's Next?
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