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    Camp session #5 -- attendance and notes - Projo Pats Blog

    BostonHerald.com - Blogs: Rap Sheet Blog Archive What’s going on during Patriots practice Day 3?

    It Is What It Is Notes from Day 3 of Training Camp

    Official Patriots Football Weekly Blog Blog Archive Paul’s Calls: Saturday morning notes

    Wilfork speaks; Saturday morning notes

    Day 3, first Patriots practice - Reiss' Pieces - Boston.com

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    i hope and think we will end up really taking a liking to matthew slater this year..guy has to be motivated this camp by the competition
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    I followed Slater a little the other day when he was working as a gunner and he was consistantly beating his guy/guys pretty quickly.
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    good to hear
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    hows paris lenon and mike richardson looking in training camp??
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    the only way we dont wind up deep in the playoffs is if our oline lets our qb get way layed all the time...but i think the young competition and depth will have our oline up for the task
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