Originally Posted by Vern
I think Childress wins the "54th man" award for the most transactions in one year. He could be signed, cut, signed to the PS, cut and resigned half a dozen times this year as injuries and the inevitable wear and tear on special teamers mount. I think JeRod Cherry holds the record for one season.
Unless he gets picked up by the Jets.
59 Maugaula Tuitele LB
May 26, 1978 Torrance Calif.
Maugaula N. Tuitele was born the son of Gafanua and Saga Tuitele in Torrance, Calif. on May 26, 1978 ... Led Pacific (Calif.) High in tackles all three years as a starter ... Named all-conference twice and named all-state as a senior ... Played fullback on offense and gained over 700 yards with 12 touchdowns as senior ... Also lettered in basketball and track and field in high school ... Majored in liberal arts at Colorado State ... Maugaula and his wife, Tricia, have two children, Tamatane and John.
Maugaula Tuitele was re-signed
by the Patriots on Dec. 11, 2002. Tuitele was signed
by the Patriots on February 11, 2002
by the Patriots as a rookie free agent on April 19, 2000 ... Waived
by the Patriots (8/27/00) ... Re-signed
by the Patriots (11/22/00) ... Participated at linebacker for the Patriots at Detroit (11/23) and recorded one tackle
by the Patriots (12/1/00) ... Signed
to the Patriots practice squad (12/6/00) ... Re-signed
by the Patriots (1/3/01)
by the Patriots (8/28/01)
to the Patriots practice squad (9/25/01) and released
a day later
to the Patriots practice squad (11/20/01)
to the Patriots active roster (12/2/01)
Participated on special teams against the N.Y. Jets (12/2) and recorded a special teams tackle
Spent parts of the season on the practice squad
by the Patriots (12/5/01)
to the Patriots practice squad (12/6/01)
from the practice squad (12/28/01)
Signed to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice squad (12/27/01).