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In addition to Leigh Bodden and Shawn Springs, the Patriots have reportedly been in touch with free agent CB Jabari Greer.
Greer was never a difference maker in Buffalo, but New England is sorely in need of stability at cornerback. The Pats drafted a pair of mid-round corners last year (Terrence Wheatley, Jonathan Wilhite) and neither stepped up.
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The corners got much better over the last 6 weeks of the season. I think both Wheatley and Wilhite looked decent once they had a few games under their belts. I wouldn't want to see them starting, but I'm not uncomfortable with them in nickel and dime situations.
Bringing in guys for a look is an exercise in futility unless the Patriots
raise the bar salary wise.
How do you know what the bar is, salary wise? And please don't say that it can't be high enough because Bodden didn't get signed. The Pats didn't have the salary cap space on Friday to add Bodden after having signed Taylor and Baker.