Patriots Cut Willingham, Owens

Ian Logue
September 04, 2010 at 04:55pm ET

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Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald reported that the Patriots cut two more players today, after New England parted ways with defensive back DeAngelo Willingham, and wide receiver Rod Owens.

Rapoport points out that these latest cuts bring the total down to 63 with nine left to go, and that's partly because since offensive lineman Quinn Ojinnaka is suspended for the opener, he doesn’t count on the roster.

More to come as we find out who the final players leaving us are announced.

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