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  1. SVN

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    to pats denials

    http://news.bostonherald.com/blogs/patriots/


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    And the benefit of the doubt goes to...



    ...the person actually employed by an NFL team!
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    I still find it funny that they use a guy who couldn't even hang with the Texans for news and commentary.
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    #17 Jersey

    If he is unable or unwilling to divulge his source than his claim has no merit in my book.

    Seems to me he is off base because he cannot back up or prove his statement.


    Hell, I have a source that told me Mangini told Deion Branch he would hook him up with Seattle helping him to get his large paycheck a year early and thereby weaken the Patriots in the process. Good for deion - good for Mangini.

    There, I said it and I stand by what I said.
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    thats the thing..when he comes on tv ..he never mentions 'sources told me'...he sounds so convincing by saying the patriots did so and so ...as if he was the cameraman employed by the pats.
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    Whats the big deal?If the NFL thought the Pats were engaging in a major infraction,they wouldnt have "warned "them,there would have been consequences.Looks like they were trying to exploit something they discovered....this whole thing is a tempest in a teapot IMO..
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    This is the same "GM" that stated about a month and a half ago that he would STILL pick Mario Williams over Reggie Bush.....7 months(!) after the draft AND 3 + months into the season. This is a guy who made horrible draft picks in Washington AND Houston. Sorry, I'll stick with coach on this one, fellas.
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    Not the same coach who chooses athletic big men over hot prospect skill players?
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    I forget, what positions did BB draft on Day One of last year's draft?
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    You want to compare Kubiak's first draft to BB's 7th draft? Bring it on, I'm sure to love your logic. While you're at it, where is that Ron Borges quote about David Terrell, surely you can use it to justify your position here.

    For a start, please list which athletic big men were still available at 21? Also, feel free to argue the merits of Bush who is playing on a balanced team vs. Williams on the stud muffin Texans. I'm sure Bush would have allowed the Texans to score at will on the Pats last weekend.

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