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Did Warren hint a Phifer return?

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  1. pats1

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    http://www.courant.com/sports/footb...20,0,7828930.story?coll=hc-headlines-football

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    JackBauer On the Roster

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    Honestly, I think one AARP-eligible LB is enough.

    :)

    Unless the injury bug strikes again.
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    That, my friends, is what you call a Shadow Roster... a f-ing deep Shadow Roster.
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    #61 Jersey

    I would LOVE to see Phifer play for us again. Anywhere other than the world of pro football, 38 is considered a young man. With all the advancements in training, nutrition and medical technology, I see no reason football players can't play into their late thirties and maybe even early forties.
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    Just began reading the game threads, so pardon me if this is up elsewhere.

    The NFL Network edition of the broadcast showed a graphic that the Patriots employ
    two of the five oldest active players - Seau and Chad Brown.
    Unremarked by the announcers was that the Pats also recently had employed
    2 of the remaining 3 - Washington and Traylor.
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    Maybe the Pats can get Jerry Rice to do the sign,retire,sign with us as well and end our wr woes.
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    Given that Brown is not getting on the field, and TBC stepping it up hard. Brown is rapidly becoming expendable.
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  8. Pats726

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    I agree..shadow roster..he is all ready and may be called upon..possibly if things do not get straightened out in a few weeks. I did see a graphic..didn't know exactly what they were talking about as the volume was way down..
    Chad Brown...his wrist/hand injury is being played down..I think he will have a solid year at OLB...which should make things really interesting..a tough LB corps this year!!
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    Steve Largent has kept himself in good shape as well and deserves a shot at a ring.

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