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Arrington signs with the Giants

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    According to The NFL Network's Adam Schefter.
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    Thank god. That should end the speculation that the Pats should sign him.
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    If Arrington wasn't such a head case we probably would've gone after him.
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    I doubt the Pats would have gone after Arrington. He's a free lancer who refuses to play within a team's system. That means he thinks he knows more than the coaches. And that type of player is never good for a team. Also, there were rumors last year that the cartiledge in Arrignton's knees was nearly non-existant.
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    I'm a penn state alum and have always liked arrington, but to me he is the textbook example of a non-Belichick player: undisciplined, doesn't like to study, individualistic. People that think he would be a fit for the Patriots ought to consider learning a bit more about what they look for in players.
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