Patriots Make a Trade for S Jarrad Page

Ian Logue
September 04, 2010 at 06:57pm ET

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Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Kansas City Chiefs have traded safety Jarrad Page to New England for a conditional draft choice.

Jarrad, who reportedly just signed a contract with them on Friday, is heading into his fifth season in the NFL and this move comes somewhat as a surprise as it makes you wonder what the future holds for some of the remaining players.

The 25 year played in just five games last year with 2 passes defensed and forced a fumble, but was placed on injured reserve back on November 4th, 2009. Before that he did play in every game prior to last season after joining the Chiefs in 2006.

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