Ventrone Released... Again

Derek Havens
November 03, 2011 at 04:28pm ET

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The New England Patriots announced via Twitter today the team has released safety Ross Ventrone.

The 25-year-old Ventrone has been involved in several transactions throughout the season. He has spent time on both the practice squad and 53-man, playing in four games.

The release of Ventrone could mean another player off the Physically Unable to Perform list is placed on the 53-man roster. If I were to guess, I would say Ron Brace is the player to be activated. Although, with the struggles New England has had in the secondary this year, perhaps the team is looking to add someone new to the mix in the defensive backfield.

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